Lynn Kurland: Dreamspinner

Ng her parents across a crowded travel way Have they come to pay off their ebt Will she finally receive her freedom Her heart sinks however when they Raised in Captivity disappear once into the carriageand she knows that they must have negotiated a renewal of her contract Desperation and hopelessness sets in knowing sheoes not reach the age of 28 when her parents can no longer rent her labor for several months This is the point in the story where we see a previous character known for his visions of the future break all rules and interfere in the Think (Ars Lamina) Level 2 Workbook destiny of another A man so rigidly bound by theuty his gift Two Brothers, One Tail demands he would not even allow himself to try and prevent theeath of the woman he loved Readers are left wondering what importance this man could have seen that he would tweak the strands of fate It is here the adventure begins With our hero and heroine both traveling towards a place rarely saught One Woman Much Missed driven by choiceoneriven by Why Americas Top Pundits Are Wrong desperationbothriven by Citizen Cain destiny Upon this unlikely meeting of souls our hero and heroine begin a fight for physical and emotional survival Locked in an inner and outter struggle to keep their secrets from coming to light All while feeling the fragile bloom of friendship and trust morphing into the bombardment of an attraction neither can afford For me DreamSpinner was the most enjoyable novel of the Nine Kingdoms toate Although I have adored every single novel in this series book 7 offers long time fans and newly arriving readers so much Around every corner there are unexpected angers threatening the world and people of the Nine Kingdom s There are many reunion s between a whole cast of previous main and side characters Some heartwarming and humorous while others are shocking and intense I found myself laughing out loud with DreamSpinner than with any other previous installment And yet in the next instant I could feel the palpable tension building for the action to come As always I felt completely transported by Lynn Kurland s lyrical writing brilliant mental imagery richly escriptive magic and larger than life characterization Although DreamSpinner How to Train a Cowboy did not end with as large of a cliff hanger as some of the other novels this coming year will be no less painful of a wait Runach grabbed ahold of my heart within the first ten pages and I anxiously anticipate the next chapter of he and Aisling s journey Wellone Ms Kurland and may you write within the world of the Nine Kingdom s for many years to comePlease Review also available at wwwthereadingcafecom Reading this book after The Alchemist of Souls and The Merchant of Dreams both by Anne Lyle was not one of my best ideas It s not that those books were particularly exceptional but they re a much much better read than this book I found this horribly One Special Moment dull and vague evenuller than Shadowspell which was mostly about walking At least in Shadowspell the world was interesting there s a A Touch of Persuasion (Men Of Wolff Mountain double agent and there s a promise of character growth in the MC for the next book The main reason I got interested in this book was because I was reminded of Sandry from The Circle of Magic whose magic was tied to weaving I thought this would be somewhat like thatAnyway I saw that the author has also written romance books Now I knew why it was soull A lot of historical romances I ve tried have been solight on the historical Watch for Me by Moonlight (The Midnight Twins, detail Actually any subgenre of romance is boundbto have hoards of lightly researched titles While I know that this is fantasy this book is set in your run of the mill medieval Europe fantasy counterpart I expected researchammit The Irish sounding names may be attempts at uniueness but they just annoyed the hell out of me Book 7 with a new coupleThe formula is getting staleWe rehash the events at the well where Gair unleashed his magic killing Sarait and injuring his childrenSo far we have read about two his progeny Morgahin and RuathNow we get the story of their older brother RuanachJust like with the last two series the hero hides his true identity from the heroineHeroine is naive really almost The Mommy Makeover dumb and stupid naive and has a hidden magical powerI think I am giving up on this series If you are familiar with Lynn Kurland you will understand this review If noton t read this book This is a series that will make very little sense if you The Convicts Bounty Bride (Convict Wives don t start with Star of Morning which in my opinion is the best 3 books of this series Kurland is a master story teller and she is amazing at making the same story fun to read Unfortunately sheoesn t have too many A River of Royal Blood (Untitled, different story lines She addsifferent elements but the characters are all very similar and their stories are too I still love to read her books even tho it is the same story over and over So this book reminded me a lot of the first three books and the second three books And it First Blood didn t have a lot going on or much movement But my gosh I enjoyed reading it and couldn t put itown Very clean 16 and up. Battles he can no longer fight And although he has been rawn back into the world he fully intends to live an unremarkable life far away from events he knows he cannot change Until Rùnach meets Aisling and realizes that she is far than what she seems that their alliance has attracted unwelcome notice and that some battles must be fought.

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Formula seriously getting old now All lead male female characters interchangeable I would think some effort would be made so that all males1 Didn t tuck her hair behind her ear or brushbraid her hair2 Call her Love3 H Dreamspinner is the seventh book of the Nine Kingdoms series and the first of the third trilogy I loved it I am totally into this fantasy world and the characters who inhabit it This is efinitely romantic fantasy with lots and lots of magic Wonderful elves and mages good and evil mages sprinkled with some mortals in minor roles The Nine Kingdoms are Men And Gods In Mongolia described so they are easy to see from the forests and mountains to the barreneserts Most of the characters are related in some Hunter Killer (Pike Logan distant way but as you progress through the books they center on the surviving children of the evil mage Gair of Ceangail who released terrible evil from a well long ago That magicestroyed him and his family and for years all were thought to be Brazen and the Beast (The Bareknuckle Bastards, dead The first trilogy is the story of hisaughter who was a child and grew up not knowing who she was and the High Mage of Neroch Miach I have added Miach to my fairly small list of very favorite book heroes The second trilogy is about Gair s son Ruith and Sarah who has a gift of sight Which brings us to this book DreamspinnerOne other son survived the horror at the well and that was Runach who we have met in the previous books He is the one who suffered the most from his father s evil as his hands were terribly crippled from his mother s attempt to close the well and even worse his father stole all of his magic in an attempt to gain power Runach has The Friend Zone decided now that Miach has healed his hands to become a solder and live a life away from the comfort of his family When he encounters a waif of a girl pretending to be a boy he startsown a path that rather appears to have been laid out for him Aisling comes from a small kingdom where the people are poor and oppressed and she has spent her life as a weaver oing little but working and living in poverty Her apparently wealthy parents sold her into this slavery as a young girl She escapes the kingdom after being given a uest by a peddler and believing she has a curse on herself As this story progressed I found myself again rawn into the lives of these mostly magical people and I liked this story better so far than the second trilogy Miach is in this one which added to it and I love he and Morgan who is now his wife together This author has created some characters I recognize and welcome as they come in and out of the story There are some ties I Alpha (Shifters, did not pick up on until late in the story between Asling and Sarah from the last book or rather ties from the relatively unknown kingdom they came from I may not have mentioned in my previous reviews of these books but there are magical horses that not only fly and shapeshift but they communicate in a basic way with some of their riders There is uite a bit of shapeshifting throughout these books as I said lots of magic Now I have to wait for the next book I ve lived in this world for way over a month now so will have to go on withdrawal I also should mention that Ion t know if these are considered YA but the romance is clean and could be read by any age After reading the first six books in this series and being uite sick of it since the fourth I ve elected to not continue with this series Why put myself through the pain when there s so many other great books waiting for me I m a loyal Lynn Kurland fan and I enjoyed reading her latest 9 Kingdoms installment about Runach I was warned not to expect an original plot and I admit the repetitiveness was tedious at times However I still ejoyed the revisiting the characters and places Lynn has such a wry sense of humor and her writing is always clean and heroes chivalrous No one can ever top Miach though 3 starsI ve caught on I know now not to expect originality from this author I know to expect the same characters and the same plot in the Nine Kingdoms books As much as this grieves me I still love this world and the characters and I will keep reading If you ve read the other six books starring MorganMiach and SarahRuith you ve pretty much read this story The main characters remain indistinguishable from each other especially the men as they share the same traits and mannerisms The women sound pretty similar across the board as well but I Whalerider didn t have as muchifficulty remembering that I was reading about Aisling and Runach as I had when I was reading about Sarah and Ruith Having had to adjust my expectations in Sarah s and Ruith s books I knew what not to expect in this one so I wasn t as isappointed and irritated when it slowly was revealed what Aisling was especially since I guessed it since the beginning of the bookThere are many similarities with this book as with the previous Nine Kingdoms books but at least the characters remain sweet and cou. New York Times bestselling author Lynn Kurland’s enthralling Nine Kingdoms saga brings together a weaver’s apprentice and the son of a mage both fighting to save the Nine Kingdoms from peril Aisling of Bruadair has lived a provincial life heedless of the evil creeping over her land That ordinary existence changes forever though when.

Rtly the witty banter is still there and the world is still familiar even if the rules seemed to have slightly changed for the famed Angestand steeds Given that it s the same story with ifferent names I wonder why I have to wait a year for the next one Well I ll be ready anyway This is the first time that I have read the first book in a Nine Kingdoms trilogy and not had the second one to jump into This is tough for me to handle This means there are TWO years til this story concludes and that is going to be a long time I am already Graphic Design For Everyone dreading itR nach the third child of Gair to get the spotlight in a Nine Kingdoms tale has been hiding away at the wizarding school of Buidseachd under the protection of Soill ir the powerful mage from Cothromaiche After his siblings Ruithneadh and Mhorghain showed themselves to be alive and well to the world R nach feels that he can no longer hide away He sets off on a journey to Gobhann to earn from Weger the swordsman the infamous mark and to earn the right to serve an obscure lord for the rest of his very long life as a guardsmanFor the full review please go to DreamSpinner written by Lynn Kurland is the first installment of the third trilogy of the Nine Kingdoms series It is the long awaited beginning of Runach of Ceingail s story The oldest of only three survivors of a long ago tragedy that had been thought to wipe out an entire family Runach is the only one who crawled away from this terrifyingay with than emotional scars Horribly crippled with the use of his hands and rendered ungifted Considering Kate (The Stanislaskis, due to the thievery of his very own father Runach has spent the years of his adult life walking the library of the most prestigeous magic academy in all of the Nine Kingdoms He spent his time sticking to the shadows hidden within the hood of his cloak avoiding those that wouldo him harm if they learned he was alive and soaking up all the information he could read Until one Sweetland day a chance meeting with the archmage of Tor Neroche and a Shieldmaiden from Melksham turned Runach s entire world upsideownfor the second time in his life Miraculously his beloved little sister the youngest of 6 original children was not killed at the Dark well with his mother father and the rest of his siblings as he had feared It was this unexpected happenstance that also led Runach to the Art of Laurel and Hardy discovery of the survival of his youngest brother After much mystery surrounding Runach in the first trilogy he truly comes to life in the second trilogy of the Nine Kingdoms Since he first stepped onto the page readers have waited and wondered if this solitary soul wouldiscover a purpose to his altered life as well as happiness DreamSpinner opens just after Runach has spent weeks with his newly rediscovered siblings and witnessed the weddings of his sister and brother He feels an unsettledness stirring within his soul being surrounded by loving well meaning family who has repeatedly taxed themselves and their magical gifts by healing his hands He lacks the vanity to allow them to attempt to heal his face Runach may have been born an eleven prince of one of the most polished and well known bloodlines but that part of himself Hers To Cherish (Verdantia, died forever on theay he witnessed the true power of his father s evil as a youth Now a man lacking the magic of his birthright the civility and polish expected of a Prince of his statusRunach feels the only choices left to him upon the restoration of his hands although they still pain him greatly is either to remain with his family living off from their hard work and hospitality or once again taking up the swordsplay of which he was once so skilled Feeling as if the first in no choice at all he makes preperations to travel to a place few would ever venture for there is no better to help him relearn this skill than the most notorious Sword Master in the Nine Kingdoms Scrimgeyour Weger Runach is at peace with the simple life of obscurity he will lead with this choice After all there are worst fates than living the life of a soldierand surely The Intelligent Entrepreneur destiny would have nothing grand in store for a library hermitright It is at this point the book shifts POV and we meet our heroine Aisling A woman of no conseuence from a place as insignificant as nowhereor so is the readers first perception Aisling has lived out her life in a village uite unknown to outsiders and of which is believed by its citizens to cast a horrible curse upon its inhabitants Keep your mouth shut and stay you live cross the border or speak of this place to anyone and youie by this curse Life is not grand at Brudair and Aisling knows this better than some Having been sold into slavery by her very own parents in exchange for money for they and her siblings to live an expensive lifestyle Since the age of 8 Aisling has spent her life at the Guild weaving fabric The Summer of the Ubume day afteray During one of her rare moments she gets to herself she receives the shock of seei. She is sent to the opposite end of the world to find a master swordsman If she fails her life and her country's safety will be forfeit She just never expected that swordsman to be a wounded elven prince masuerading as a simple soldier Powerless and scarred from a long ago conflict Rùnach of Ceangail has spent years in obscurity ignoing.

Lynn began her writing career at the tender age of five with a series of illustrated novellas entitled Clinton’s Troubles in which the compelling hero found himself in all sorts of well trouble She was living in Hawaii at the time and the scope for her imagination poisoned fish tropical cliffs large spiders was great and poor Clinton bore the brunt of it After returning to the mainlan