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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 415
  • Stealing Midnight
  • Tracy MacNish
  • English
  • 10 November 2018
  • 9781420101706

10 thoughts on “Stealing Midnight

  1. says:

    Rhys Gawain is a pathetic old man who is close to being insane as one can be He wants to solve the mysteries of death and thinks by experimenting on corpses from the local cemetery he will be able to find the answers he seeks He pays grave robbers to supply him these bodies He uses his daughter Olwyn as his assistant even though she is sic

  2. says:

    This was confusing but ultimately enjoyable The cover is classic Regency romance but it's so far away from what one thinks of when thinking about that genre I liked it but it was very different and not without its problems It's gothic which is not ordinarily my thing The heroine Olwyn is kept in captivity essentially by her father who is a mad anatomist obsessed with dissecting bodies to discover why people die after the death of his only s

  3. says:

    I LOVED the beginning of this book but the middle dragged for me so I knocked it down a starIt's still a historical romance but I recommend if you're looking for something a little different

  4. says:

    IF YOU'RE NOT A SPOILER LOVER LIKE ME PLEASE DON'T GO BEYOND HEREWhat happened? Initially I admired the heroine

  5. says:

    There were so many aspects of this book The resurrection men and anatomy part was much less a feature of the book than I ant

  6. says:

    This book starts off well and plot is somewhat original which is saying a lot but it uickly goes downhill once MCs are back to civilization Becomes mind numbing boring in the middle then turns irritating toward th

  7. says:

    Some of this was pretty good the romance was pretty blah The characters didn't seem to have chemistry though they were good at talking as if they did The family intrigues were interesting I think this could have been of a saga and given the characters dimension

  8. says:

    The premise of this book is SO GREAT a dude is in essence buried alive body snatched and then rescued by the daughter of the mad scientist who bought the body And it was certainly a fun read with a great heroine but the dude was ki

  9. says:

    I thought this was a great book It was my first historical romance And I really liked it I met the author at a conference last year and after hearing her speak specifically about the research that went into writing this book I had to have it

  10. says:

    5 5 5 5 5 did I mention this book is a five? LOL OMG stop reading this review and go find out for yourself This book has everything it's sexy romantic sad loving It's just everything now I could write and tell all but I won't; trust me you want to read this and find out for yourself This book had me at the first page and never let m

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Tracy MacNish Ô 2 Read

Stealing Midnight

Set in the English countryside this exuisite new Regency novel by MacNish reveals how one woman's courage wins her the love she had never dreamed she'd findWhile Olwyn Gawain lives as a virtual prisoner in her home her scientist father conducts chilling experiments on stolen corpses in the dungeon of their keep One night Olwyn is shocked. This was confusing but ultimately enjoyable The cover is classic Regency romance but it s so far away from what one thinks of when thinking about that genre I liked it but it was very different and not without its problems It s gothic which is not ordinarily my thing The heroine Olwyn is kept in captivity essentially by her father who is a mad anatomist obsessed with dissecting bodies to discover why people die after the death of his only son One of the bodies purchased from the grave robbers is the hero Aiden who isn t dead obviously otherwise the romance would ve taken a very strange turn This book purports to be set in 18061807 but it s a little without time Mostly it felt medieval or early modern Much of the language read that way with the occasional glaring example of the 20th century The only character who felt recognisably early 19th century was the hero s evil fianc Mira Nothing about the setting felt like 1800 That might have been the idea The romance between the two is earthy and ethereal and sensual and yes very gothic It s about the descriptive language and conversations both of which were sometimes OTT between the two and the simmering danger from Olwyn s past and Aiden s too in the form of Mira This is not a romance which goes from ballroom to front room to pump house to bedroom and back but eually it doesn t have enormous shifts of location or massive drama save at the beginning and the end It s about the development of a relationship between two very different people who find they are entirely right for one another despite being from different worlds although Aiden s a duke seemingly for the sake of it there s nothing particularly ducal about him or his family and they accept Olwyn very easily I really don t think it will be everyone s cup of tea but I enjoyed the experience It s a solid 35 stars for me and I ll probably look up one of the earlier ones

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To discover that her father's latest subject a breathtakingly handsome young man is still clinging to life Refusing to let him die Olwyn stops her father at gunpoint and flees determined to bring the innocent man to safetyThe son of aristocrats Aidan Mullin doesn't know what to make of the unusual intriguing Olwyn But as the pair make t. There were so many aspects of this book The resurrection men and anatomy part was much less a feature of the book than I anticipated The author s note on the topic was so interesting particularly the estimate that 8% of English people at this time were buried alive Those pockets in coffin linings for vials of poison suddenly made a lot sense The weaving in of Welsh and Irish culture was very enjoyable and sadly unusual in a Regency Grandpa makes an off hand comparison of Aidan to Cu Chulainn which turned out to be very interesting in light of Aidan s houndguard dog The dog s death as in the Cu Chulainn myth marks a transition to Aidan as Olwyn s protector There was also a fascinating parallel with Yeats play The Only Jealousy of Emer which begins with Cu Chulainn apparently dead only to be revived by his wife and lover The way they awaken him was very reminiscent of the opening scenes with Olwyn and Aidan when Olwyn explicitly makes a comparison to Sleeping Beauty One of my favorite sections all too brief was when Aidan woke up in the stone cottage and thought he had been transported to medieval times All throughout there was a bit of a uestion of magicfairy tale The line between reality and magic was somewhat blurred Downsides Missed opportunity for PadraigMira side romance or next book I was very sad there is no book for Padraig since it seemed very set up in this book I thought Mira could have been redeemed until the laced oysters incident From then on she was a very overblown villain very evil other woman I really dislike the You don t know you re beautiful that s what makes you beautiful trope I think it s fine for women to know they are beautiful and we could have appreciated Olwyn s lack of artifice without so much reliance on Mira as a foil

Characters Stealing Midnight

Heir way toward Aidan's home he finds himself drawn to the alluring young woman who saved him from certain death Fiery and sensual Olwyn's very touch fuels a desire in Aidan too fierce to deny But when Olwyn learns he is hiding a heartbreaking secret Aidan must face a difficult choice or risk losing forever the love he so desperately nee. I thought this was a great book It was my first historical romance And I really liked it I met the author at a conference last year and after hearing her speak specifically about the research that went into writing this book I had to have itI thought the story was great with some good twists and turns I liked the heroinestrong most of the time I was very happy in the end when she stood up for herself and fought for love instead of running away to protect him and his family