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The ending seemed a bit abrupt to me. My main issues were with the hero, Faelen.

Okay, so I just finished this bokk and I have to admit I had no idea what was going on. It’s because Faelan suspects his wife is secretly in love with his friend Geoffrey so it creates some tension when the two men are together. Not for everyone, to be sure. It was really creepy for me. During this time strange things start happening to Roddy. There weren’t a lot of paranormal romances back in the day – I don’t feel like the genre really took off until the lates, with the advent of things like Buffy the Vampire SlayerInterview with the Vampire the movieand the Anita Blake series.

The resolution to the whole situation in general was a little bizarre. And it would have been even better if the whole misunderstunding thing hadn’t occured at all and if the Geoffrey dude wasn’t part of the book at all: Refresh and try again.

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Roddy can read minds by hearing people’s thoughts. Kncertain Magic read like a Gothic novel with magic, drama and darkness. When Roddy meets Faelen Savigar she is stunned, not by the fact that he is exceedingly handsome in a devilish way, but because she can not hear his thoughts.

I felt sorry for Roddy when she finds herself doubting her place in Faelan’s life. A heroine that displays none of the canniness and savvy that she should, that stumbles around like a lamb to slaughter and lets things occur while she is taught the “way of the world” by her alpha hero.


I love Roddy end Faelan, this book is more perfect for my. The story is set first in Iinsale, and then in Ireland at the end of the 18th century. Faelan pulled her back against his chest. This is one of the few things that made me fall for this book.

Uncertain Magic by Laura Kinsale

Personally, I hate the big misundersanding plot and in this book it doesn’t get any bigger. Roddy knew if Geoffrey had ever found out what she could do it would ruin their relationship.

It’s not my favourite of her books, but now I’ve collected the whole set, see? A life with a husband and children. His past and his memories surrounding the death of his father have led him and the Ton to believe that he murdered his father.

Book Review: Uncertain Magic by Laura Kinsale

The only reason it didn’t get five solid stars was because sometimes the angst was so intense and so unpleasant that reading actually became a chore, especially since the hero’s Broody McBrooderson attitude was a total from his character in the first half of the book.

I never would’ve believed it Geoffrey may consider Faelan his friend but that doesn’t mean he thinks Faelan is good enough for Roddy. Review to kinsalee at Speaking of Audiobooks. Of course, there are times when Roddy wishes she could hear his thoughts. This was the first romance novel that I ever read, over 20 years ago and it was fairly new! Before they head to Ireland, Faelan’s mother, Lady Iveragh descends on the newlyweds.

She does feel a special affinity for animals which is what brings her into contact with The Devil Earl. Dear Laura in each and everyone of your books I found something enchanting: It made me think of so many children who grow up with parents who have similar emotional deficiencies and how it can damage them inside. However, I find myself not giving a damn about it.


Overall, I really liked it. Roddy can read minds by hearing people’s thoughts. Anyways, up until I started lamenting the lack of an epilogue, I thoroughly enjoyed myself reading about Roderica and Faelan’s budding romance.

One thing that bothered me through the whole book was Faelan’s incessant use of the term “little girl” as an endearment. I’ll listen to anything if he reads it.

Uncertain Magic by Laura Kinsale (4 star ratings)

The danger that Roddy was exposed to kinsalf of Faelan’s involvement and the subsequent terror they go through, for me went on a bit too long. I am having a really hard time verbalizing my response to this book.

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Things did get interesting. I was so up and down with him. And it made me feel like Roddy was a lot younger than her already young I immediately liked Roderica or Roddy as she’s called.

So being in mayic A classic tale from Laura Kinsale. EnglandIreland.

But Roddy must dance with him at midnight on All Hallows Eve, and entrust her life—and her heart—to a riveting stranger, called by his torment into the faerie mists to discover what she most fears about herself and her own kinasle. But the writing is gorgeous, the characters are unique, and uncertin emotion evoked in both the hero and heroine, and me as a reader, was intense.

I think the details of everything leading up to the marriage play out for a chapter or maybe two.