Celta’s Heartmates (6)
Robin D. Owens
Published July 2007
Science Fiction Fantasy Romance
Dufleur is determined to win her father’s good name back, Once she lost her father it seemed as if she lost a part of herself but now experimenting with time, which is her flair, she doesn’t plan on Saille T’Willow to ruin everything or to give in to being his heart mate. Saille, knows who his heart mate is, Dufleur, and he knows it won’t be easy to win her over especially after what his grandmother did to her family. However now that he is head of his family now, he plans on making changes, positive ones, and he hopes to reverse as much damage as he can including the damage against his heartmate, with the hope that she may love him and accept him and trust in him…
The Hero (Saille T’Willow)
Most of his life, Saille was sent away by the head of the family, however since she is practically on life support now, he has assumed his place as head of the family, and he finds out that his heartmate has been hidden from him all of this time, as with other members of his family, and now will win her over, no matter what it takes.
The Heroine (Dufleur Thyme)
Dufleur, has never felt like a true part of her family, except for her flair, which is being able to work with time, and ever since her father was killed, and experimenting with time was outlawed, she practices her flair in secret, knowing that she must prove her father’s innocence. But when finds out that a willow is her heartmate, she doesn’t ever plan on accepting his gift, especially after what his family did to hers. However she can’t deny the passion or the connection she feels coursing through her body.
Heart Dance was a fantastic read, and its been a while since I have read a science fiction fantasy romance, but when I discovered this series, I just knew I had to try it out. Heart Dance is the sixth installment and even though its in the middle of the series I didn’t feel lost or anything, Owens portrayed this world that she created very well, with vivid description that it almost felt like I was there. The only problem I had with Heart Dance would be that the flow seemed choppy at times, so I think if it had just run a bit more smoothly, that it would have been have a fantastic read. Overall it was still a wonderful read with enough conflict, romance, magic and a powerful story that will just leave you wanting for more.
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Other Books In The Series
Heart and Swords