Danith Mallow is irresistibly drawn to the magnificent necklace on display in T'Ash's shop, but she is wary of its creator, despite an overpowering attraction. In a world where everyone is defined by their psychic ability, Danith has little, and thus is at the opposite end of the social spectrum from T'Ash. But T'Ash refuses to accept her rejection, and sees it as a challenge instead. They are HeartMates, but can T'Ash persuade his beloved to accept her destiny by his side?
Loved it, can't wait to read the others ones. Not to. Often I find a new author that I really enjoy.Published 12 months ago by Laurie
HEART MATE (Celta's Heartmates #1) by Robin D. Owens
HEART MATE is the first storyline in Robin D Owens' Celta's Heart Mates series. Read more
Some idiot had traded this book in at a used book store! Not me - this one's a keeper!! The cat on the cover was what first caught my attention. The story was what kept it. Read morePublished on June 2 2004
Sci-Fi type romance seem be hot right now and it's not surprising with writers like Susan Grant, Robin Popp, Catherine Spangler, and now CJ Barry and Robin Owens. Read morePublished on March 24 2004 by Rianne Grant
This book wasn't bad. Interesting characters, nice love scenes.
But there were some things I didn't like about it. Read more
I am so tired of traditional "romance" novels so I really enjoyed this book.
The world Robin D. Read more
It is amazing to think this is a first book from Owens. Her storyteller's ability is strong, her use of humour done with flair, her adapting ancient Celt lore into a whole new... Read morePublished on April 21 2003 by J. Marshall
I enjoyed this book; I found it a pleasant way to while away a few hours. I liked it -- but I didn't love it, and I'm not entirely certain why. Read morePublished on April 15 2003 by Aimee
Robin D. Owens has a strong voice and is endowed with magical imagery. I finished a similar offworld by another writer, one with potential, but the lack of imagery hurt the book. Read morePublished on April 13 2003 by Deborah MacGillivray