Heart Sight (Celta's Heartmates, #15) by Robin D. Owens

Heart Sight (Celta's Heartmates, #15)

Journey back to the planet Celta with award-winning author Robin D. Owens in this novel about shadowed enemies and unimaginable psi power.Muin “Vinni” T'Vine has been the prophet of Celta since he was six years old. A unique and lonely child, his strong psi power made most people wary of him. But now that he’s older, he’s ready to marry and protect the girl he’s known was his HeartMate for years.Avellana isn't as fragile as Vinni believ...


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TitleHeart Sight (Celta's Heartmates, #15)
Author
Release DateDec 5th, 2017
PublisherBerkley
LanguageEnglish
GenreRomance, Fantasy, Paranormal, Fantasy Romance, Paranormal Romance, Science Fiction, Science Fiction R..., Futuristic Romance
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Reviews Heart Sight (Celta's Heartmates, #15)

  • Holly
    2017-10-02
    I've been waiting years for this book. Vinni and Avellana were introduced in the 2nd book and had parts as children in some of the following books. Now they're all grown up. Vinni, the Premier Prophet of Celta, keeps having terrible visions of Avellana's death. For years he's been sending her to remote places to keep her safe. Now a woman of 24, Avellana is tired of being away her home and loved ones. Even though Vinni still senses danger in her ...
  • (Tori-Smexybooks) smexys_sidekick
    2017-12-06
    Originally posted at SmexyBooks-http://smexybooks.com/2017/12/review-...Fans have waited years for Vinni and Avellana. We’ve watched them grow up through the series and now the time has come for their story to be told. We first met them both in book two-Heart Thief. Vinni was born six years before Avellana and knew upon her birth she was his heartmate. We see them again in Heart Change when Vinni convinces the Hazel’s to send Avellana to Sign...
  • Marlene
    2017-12-17
    Originally published at Reading RealityAfter a rocky start (I didn’t like the first book, Heart Mate, the first time I tried to read it), Celta’s Heartmates has become one of my all-time favorite series. I look forward to the new book every year, and read it as soon as I get my hands on it.As I did this year. In spite of the towering TBR pile, and reading commitments now stretching into February, I devoted one glorious day returning to Celta....
  • namericanwordcat
    2018-04-15
    4.5 StarsA long awaited book between Vinni and Avalenna that mostly delivers.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 comin...
  • Jennifer
    2017-12-01
    Lets start with I won a free ARC of this book from a goodreads giveaway. This in no way affects my review, it just means I am actually reviewing instead of just rating.So I started this with feelings of trepidation as after finishing Lost Heart and actually had difficult getting myself to start this book because of those feelings. The fact that I have adored Vinni since his first appearance and Avellana since Heart Dance was what got me to open t...
  • Barb Lie
    2017-12-08
    Heart Sight by Robin D. Owens is the 15th book in her wonderful Celta series. The Celta series takes place in a futuristic world, filled with magic, animal familiars, telepathy and romance. We meet our hero, Vinni (Muin) T’Vine early on when, when he visits his heartmate, Avelanna (our heroine), whom he has sent away to protect her from possible danger. Vinni is the prophet of Celta (since he was a child), and forsees attempts on Avellana’s l...
  • Dela
    2017-10-26
    I am very disappointed by this newest book in the Celta series. Here are some of the main points why:1. Felt little to no connection between Avellana and Vinni. We were told that they were desperate for each other and lusted etc, etc, yet I didn't really feel any sexual tension in their interactions.2. Dialogue between them was stiff and overly formal for HeartMates that had known each other their whole lives - more or less.3. While the earlier b...
  • Darcy
    2017-09-12
    For much of this series we have seen Vinni grow up, seen him position his allies to do good for the community and see him with his heartmate as kids. It's the last part that could have been icky, but wasn't. I liked that these 2 knew that they were for each other and built a close bond. It made it hard for me to read this one because for much of the book they were at odds. I get that Vinni still sensed bad things around them and wanted to send Av...
  • Taz Lozada
    2018-01-30
    Vinnie and Avellana is the book everyone who has been reading the Celta series has been waiting for. Vinnie knew his heartmate aka the other half of his soul since he was 7 years old. Growing up he did everything he could to protect Avellana using his prophecy skill to keep her safe. Now adults can Avellana make Vinnie see that she is an adult who wants to be treated as an equal to him. I love how the Celta world is evolving and becoming more as ...
  • Anna (Bobs Her Hair)
    2018-01-10
    Avellana was a rounded and compelling heroine. Vinni had his flaws, but what bothered me most was when he behaved like a hormonal teen rather than a 30 year old man. Yes; I know this is a Heart Mate story but I expected more meat to this story, especially Vinni’s character development. In my opinion, “Heart Sight” needed more tension. The external conflict could have been better executed.Grade: C- Digital Library Loan
  • Jo (Mixed Book Bag)
    2017-11-16
    Muin “Vinni” T'Vine as been a part of the Heartmates series since he was 6 years old. Now he is grown and has a heartmate. Avellana is much stronger than she seems but Muin keeps trying to shelter her from danger. That is the heart of the story. There is danger to both Muin and Avellana. Danger comes from unexpected areas and they have to work hard to finally find and stop the person who wants Avellana dead. A nice addition but it did seem to...
  • Coral
    2017-12-12
    Plot: 3/5Characterisation: 4/5Prose: 3.5/5How much I enjoyed it: 4/5More than a decade of waiting for Vinni and Avellana to grow up. However, their love story seemed muted with the slow pace of the plot. It doesn't help that the author's flowery prose slows down the plot further. I enjoyed it but I wished for more...
  • PollyannaReads
    2017-12-07
    The protagonists in this book were much anticipated, Vinni and Avellana, for longtime readers of Ms. Owens novels. I enjoyed their interpersonal relationship. Their history together was very clear as was the need to clean up their past mistakes and assumptions about each other. The personal growth and give of each character to become a unit was natural and well written. It was Vinni's interactions with longstanding characters that were his "frien...
  • Chrissie
    2017-12-07
    Wow, read this in one long sitting!I love this series and fear it will end. But this book is wonderful with characters, tension, and a good story. Thanks, Robin Owens!
  • Teresa R.
    2017-11-20
    Been waiting for this book for years. Vinni has always been one of my favorites. Need to go back and reread. Have missed the people and the world of Celta
  • Gloria
    2017-12-10
    Robin's Celta stories are a little hard to categorize, but I love them. The story of Vinny and Avellana is not without its complications, but it is heartwarming and tender none-the-less. And I love their Fams! For those of you who have not read any of the Celta novels, Fams are intelligent telepathic animals that bond with humans. They are opinionated and can often provide comic relief, and I love them. If you like paranormal romance, you will lo...
  • Barbara Senteney
    2017-11-07
    Muin ( Vinni ) and Avellana are heart mates, in love since they formed a great friendship as children, but they are not yet bonded as a couple for life. Which seems a mere formality , due to their great love for one another. They both have a psi power called a flare, his being the premonitions of things that may happen in others lives as well as his own. This power is why Avellana as repeatedly had to move away from home and those she loves. Fina...
  • Mallori
    2017-12-06
    4.5A satisfying resolution to Vinni and Avellana's story, started so many books and years ago.I had some trepidation going in- how could the story live up to YEARS of waiting for it? And while it took a different tone than I expected, it was the right tone and I enjoyed it a lot more than I expected. I thought Avellana' s character and voice was handled well and I really liked her. I had concerns about how she could ever be Vinni's equal, but the...
  • Nibrock
    2017-09-22
    A good story. Lots of mistakes as children turned Vinni and Avellana's heart match rocky. Threatened by unknown sources, Vinni tries to show Avellana that she's his partner in all things - even as he battles to keep the terror his visions produce to himself. Threads of previous stories get pulled and knotted in resolution.
  • Anna Wick
    2017-04-28
    At last!Robin full filled the promise of these heart mates story. The journey was exhilarating! I think some of the new stories from Celta have foundations in heart sight. I know I will read the whole series again to make the time to the next book go by faster.
  • Jennifer
    2018-01-19
    Wow, it's hard to believe Vinni and Avellana are already 30 and 24. While I still enjoy visiting the world of Celta, I do think Owens needs to tighten up her writing. Although Avellana is supposed to be the younger of two daughters, I'm pretty sure in an earlier book it mentions three Hazel children. In Heart Dance, T'Willow matches D'Hazel's oldest - a SON of seventeen. There are also inconsistencies in their abilities - when they are attacked, ...
  • Mellanie C
    2017-12-27
    I love the world of Celta and its inhabitants, and I feel like I've been waiting for this book forever, but boy, was it a letdown. Vinni in no way resembles the wise, precocious youngster of earlier novels--in this book, he's an overprotective fraidy-cat with a perpetual hard-on. Avellana, tired of Vinni always sending her off "for her own good" i. e. to protect her from Celtans and members of his own family who despise her as a freak with a dang...
  • Sep
    2018-05-07
    Ahh a return to Celta and this time to get Vinni d'Vine and his Avellana wed. Their road to happiness is not easy. Avellana is fighting for independence as Vinni struggles with visions of her death. Both of their fams are, of course, delightful. Who would think a rabbit-like critter could have so much personality?I enjoyed Vinni's struggle to regain control over his own household. This is a challenge as his immediate family was all dead and he wa...
  • Margaret
    2018-03-15
    Heart Sight is somewhat different than most of the Celta HeartMate novels. Usually we have a new man (or woman) to introduce. The pair usually don't even like each other at first. Then they have to overcome whatever is preventing their happily ever after.But we've known both Vinni (in particular) and Avellanna for years. After all, Vinni is the current prophet of Celta.We soon learn, in Heart Sight, that there are people wishing Avellanna dead. I...
  • Janice
    2018-03-24
    I really wanted to like this book since we had waited so many years for Vinnie and Avellana's story, but I felt it was very slow moving. Lots of angst and dialogue more suitable to teenagers than a 30-year old and a 20-something woman. It seemed that having known each other for most of their lives and known they were Heartmates for all that time, somehow stunted Vinnie and Avellana's maturing. Being a prophet didn't seem to help Vinnie all that m...
  • Sasha
    2017-11-14
    First I would like to state that I received this book through the Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest review. I would like to thank the author for giving me this opportunity and honor in being able to read this book. When I received this book I began reading it at once. This book was very entertaining and very well written. Kept my attention throughout. Great characters and great storyline. I truly enjoy the authors writing style, the au...
  • Myarn
    2018-01-24
    Thank you Goodreads and Penguin/Berkeley for providing an ARC. This was a difficult read. I have been reading about Celta since the beginning. Both of the main characters have been showing up as side characters for years. I found that I did not enjoy this one as much as the others. I would not give any book is this series less than 3.5 stars, but it didn't hit a high note with me. I found myself impatient with both Muin and Avellana. Both parties...
  • Debbie
    2018-01-16
    Another great book about life on Celta!Robin D Owens has written another intriguing volume about life on the planet Celta! Hopefully, there will be many more! She has continued to tell an engaging story with well developed characters and surprising plot twists that make the reader desire more. This storyline, about Muin, "Vinnie", Vine, and his Heartmate, Avellana Hazel, takes the reader through new areas of Celta, and into strong emotions. We ex...
  • Betty
    2017-12-09
    I have been eagerly awaiting this novel for a very long time as have other fans of the Heart Series by Robin Owens. We have watched Vinni grow up through appearances in previous installments and also came to know Avellana and her unique qualities from the times she has appeared in the series, primarily in Heart Change. Even though these two have known for years they were fated mates they still have a lot to learn about one another and they must s...
  • Aurelia Ogles
    2018-03-10
    Took me a while to get into it. But good.It surprised me that it took about a third of the book for me to get into it. In previews books of the series I was captivated by the second chapter. But then it flowed and I enjoyed it. This is supposed to be the last one on Celta, but I hope others do what fans did with the Darkover series and pick up threads and write new stories that Owen's could anthologize.