Stealing Midnight




      Stealing Midnight
Set in the English countryside, this exquisite 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 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 safety.The son of aristocrats, Aidan Mullin doesn t know what to make of the unusual, intriguing Olwyn But as the pair make their 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 needs. Best Read Stealing Midnight [ by ] Tracy MacNish [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 415 pages
  • Stealing Midnight
  • Tracy MacNish
  • English
  • 06 December 2019
  • 1420101706

10 thoughts on “ Stealing Midnight

  1. Katie(babs) 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 sickened by it Her father s mind is slowly deteriorating and she wants to escape her father s harsh cold estate where she ll be free from ridicule The 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 sickened by it Her father s mind is slowly deteriorating and she wants to escape her father s harsh cold estate where she ll be free from ridicule The people of Chester believe Olwyn is a witch with her long black hair that has streaks of white running through it And because she has no mirror to look at herself in, she believes her father...

  2. Wollstonecrafthomegirl 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 son One of the bodies purchased from the 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 1806 1807 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 ...

  3. Hannah says:

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

  4. Joy says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here IF YOU RE NOT A SPOILER LOVER LIKE ME PLEASE DON T GO BEYOND HERE What happened Initially I admired the heroine, she had survived by wits alone for years and suffered cruelly at the hands of her mad man father and fought successfully the repulsive attentions of his male assistant all the while yearning desperately for freedom as you would I admired her forthrightness and her strength but then she had little to say or little he would listen to when the hero refused to let her be on her way IF YOU RE NOT A SPOILER LOVER LIKE ME PLEASE DON T GO BEYOND HERE What happened Initially I admired the heroine, she had survived by wits alone for years and suffered cruelly at the hands of her mad man father and fought successfully the repulsive attentions of his male assistant all the while yearning desperately for freedom as you would I admired her forthrightness and her strength but th...

  5. Mclaudia says:

    This book starts off well and plot is somewhat original which is saying a lot but it quickly goes downhill once MCs are back to civilization Becomes mind numbing boring in the middle, then turns irritating toward the end as heroine decides to keep secrets and we all know how well that genera...

  6. Malia 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 kind of a dirtbag so I don t really think he deserves her.

  7. Nicole 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 wereinteresting I think this could have beenof a saga, and given the charactersdimension.

  8. Stephanie Haefner 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 I thought the story was great ...

  9. Theresa Contreras 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 rea...

  10. Greta says:

    A new to me author and from nearby Montgomery County, PA Well developed characters and an interesting plot.

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