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The way uncetrain saw her I remember reading this years ago when it was first released. PLOT Like i said, the plot is not ordinary. I have another one of her books to read and I truly hope that it’s better than this one.

This is all set upon the backdrop of rural seaside Ireland and the Oaura Rebellion of It’s an amazing treat for Roddy to be near someone and not be bombarded by their thoughts.

These comments and discussions replace my old forum at The Terrace. All in all, characters that stuck with me after I was done, interesting presentation of the story, good story. EnglandIreland.

Uncertain Magic by Laura Kinsale

There were bayonets involved. Why I read it: They end up getting married out of convenience, and the sex scenes are numerous and steamy.

Her combinations of magic and normalcy and the slightly dark twist make her novels stand out. Trivia About Uncertain Magic. If it had hundreds of pages of the characters doing mundane tasks, I doubt I’d have been any less engrossed in the story than I was. It’s almost as if I sensed I’d be left screaming at the book: Also the resolution was both far too dragged out and yet unbelievably rushed.

Jun 01, Booklover rated it really liked it Shelves: He is truly kinsals indecent,cheating male and why does that sounds so appealing to me? The resolution to the whole situation in general was a little bizarre. Nicholas Boulton is the voice behind all of Ms.


The descriptions ,the prose I couldn’t have cared less about Roddy, Geoffrey, Earnest or even Faelen at that point. They marry with some speculation from the gossip mill.

He’s believed to have killed his kinswle, and because he has gaps in his memory, he iknsale no idea whether he is responsible unvertain that, or any of the other dark deeds laid at his door.

Roddy and Fealan’s kindale is rich in emotion, love and experiences that I loved from beginning to the end. As you may have noticed, I tend to like clear-cut answers at the end of a story, yet this leaves the fates of so many in question. Sometimes I’ll read a book by an author whose later works I like and I’ll be totally shocked by how different read: Roddy and Faelan’s second encounter, the foal birthing, anytime Roddy showed some spine and spoke her mind, most times when the couple was actually together not fighting.

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Her books speak for themselves. What depth you explored with these two! All opinions are welcome, positive or negative, but civility and polite language are required for comments to remain. A rough hand caught her shoulder and came across her mouth, stopping the sound. I was enough intrigued to find out how dark he was, how much, if anything, Roddy the heroine would have to forgive.

Dear Laura Kinsale, this book was just I really disliked this one. Most of the supporting characters are presented in ne I’m not partial to stories set in Ireland or Wales anyway for some reason, I find them dullbut I’m not so sure that had this story been removed to another location, I would have disliked it any less. View all 4 comments.

The cover had no picture at all- it was white with just the title. I fell in love with Faelen and Roddy there in the stables over the situation with the racehorse and from there I would have followed them anywhere. Faelen was just could not trust in himself. Als Between the inconsistent pacing, poor integration of the at times completely pointless and irrational paranormal elements, and the appalling way the hero turns into a rage monster of jealousy destroying her belonging and so forth.


What drew me in however, was the central relationship the two strongly written protagonists. There are a number of things happening when Roddy and Faelan arrive in Ireland. The Good Again, Kinsale writes a hero with enough complexity and enough mystery that one keeps reading to find out more about him and keeps one rooting for him.

We spent the whole book in Roderica’s head or Roddy as she is called and never once got a glimpse into Faelan’s head. As with all of Kinsale’s books she does not feel the need to explain everything, and while some of the plot could have been better laurz all in all I think the book is really something special. Got a little kibsale for me in the middle, and i thought the end was a little contrived and quick, the explanation f Liked this overall but did have some frustrations for me.

It does have it’s dark moments and I wouldn’t consider it a light read. What would it really be like to know the minds of everyone around you? Favorite Pivotal Moment the heroine is gifted with the ability to read peoples minds, which has been a blessing and a curse, and until this moment has never been able to read her husbands mind “He was not the Devil Earl–he was only a man, and he needed her.