- Series: A Celta Novel (Book 14)
- Paperback: 416 pages
- Publisher: Berkley (December 5, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0451488172
- ISBN-13: 978-0451488176
- Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 0.9 x 8.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 68 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #617,621 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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“[Owens] provides a wonderful, gripping mix of passion, exotic futuristic settings, and edgy suspense. If you’ve been waiting for someone to do futuristic romance right, you’re in luck, Robin D. Owens is the author for you.”—Jayne Castle, New York Times bestselling author
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“Owens’s magical world...becomes richer with every book.”—Library Journal
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“Owens paints a world filled with characters who sweep readers into an unforgettable adventure with every delicious word, every breath, every beat of their hearts. Brava!”—Deb Stover, award-winning author
About the Author
Robin D. Owens is the RITA Award-winning author of the Celta novels, including Heart Legacy, Heart Fire, and Heart Fortune. She lives in Colorado.
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This is Vinni's story and many of us have been waiting for many years for this book. It is worth the wait. I have often wondered how Robin would handle the story Vinni and Avellana. This is the first story where both parties know who their heartmate is instead of just one or the other knowing and trying to woo the other, so how is she going to get them together when they have been together all of their lives already? Robin manages just fine with a wonderful story line to engage you along the way.
I really like how Avellana takes charge of her life and stands up for herself. She quietly but firmly starts to take control of her life, reminds her family and Vinni that she is past all three of her passages, that she is an adult, that she can and will make decisions for herself. She makes Vinni realize that he can't protect her by sending her away all the time, that they have wasted enough time being apart.
This is also the first time that a housefluff is a dominant fam in the story line. Flora is not just a 'piece of fluff' (couldn't resist). I think that I have often written off the housefluffs as a weaker fam, definitely not as sexy as a fox fam. I like Flora.
For me, personally, I would put Heart Sight in my top five favourite books in the series. As always, I look forward to reading more from this writer and from this series.
If you read this series, you know that Vinni T'Vine and Avellana Hazel have been heart mates since they were small children. Because Avellana had problems while going through her passages, she was thought to be 'delicate and not right' there were other factors but some people were afraid of her.
Vinni and her family had delayed their marriage because of various factors, some of which, were he kept dreaming that she would die from different causes and he and her parents agreed to send her away for her own safety. Avellana has had enough, she's an adult and is demanding that Vinni and her parents treat her as one. Things are stirred up and Vinni and Avellana will have to adjust and compromise to make everything happen. Of course, being a prophet isn't a bad thing, but not being able to see everything that can happen in his life is making Vinni unsure of what he should and shouldn't do.
I love this world and am looking forward to reading this series again. The characters are well developed and you don't lose your connection to them from one book to the next, even though they grow and change. Well done!
It made the whole plot stupid and was an incredible mistake in the overall planning of the character arcs. I found myself getting frustrated and the ones who gave one star reviews are right - the timing was so wrong - it messed up character development. They should've married when she was 18 and he was 24 - they had known each other all their lives - and given the low birth rates which they were very aware of it messed up the story. Avellina and Muin came across badly and yet in the earlier books they had been favourite characters. Both seemed stupid and lacking in good sense and had the author had the wit to place their story at the proper time their immaturities would have worked. On a couple of 24 and 30 it just seemed banal. And the plagues and dangers should have worked to get them married sooner regardless of family plots.
Truth: author messed up time lines - I could not believe in the characters or their romance.
Robin Owens had such a difficult task for herself in writing this romance between childhood sweethearts. She does a great job.
This is a book for those of us who already love the series but has so many layers I think anyone would enjoy it.
The love story here is between two friends one of whom has been the protector of the other and had more power in the relationship coming together as equals. But also, dealing with all the baggage that comes with a long term relationship as well as attending to their personal growth.
There is plenty of action as someone is out to make marriage not happen but the most compelling parts to me were all the internal and character driven conflicts. I especially loved the inter faith aspects of the couple and making life of two faiths that the book explores.
The world building and magical animals is grand as always as is the lovely cant of Owens writings in this one of my favorite series of all time.
This series arc is closed here with the rooting out of what I hope are the last of this set of villains Can't wait for the next adventure to begin.