Heart Legacy (Celta's Heartmates, #14) Read Online Free - The award-winning author returns to her “wonderfully imaginative”* world of Heart Fire and Heart Fortune for an all-new Celta novel about a young woman’s destiny, and the one man whose love could be her downfall.
After the death of GrandLord Yew years ago, the Yews withdrew to their self-sustaining estate and disappeared from Celtan society. The current head of the household is believed to be eighteen-year-old Loridana. To find out, Draeg Blackthorn has been sent to the estate to spy, undercover as a stableman for the stridebeasts—beautiful creatures that hold a place in Lori’s heart no member of her family ever could.
Bullied by her family, Lori has decided to abandon her bloodline and live on her own with her true family—her animals. When Draeg discovers she’s rejecting her heritage, he’s appalled. He’s come to love the land as much as the woman, even spinning small fantasies of marrying Lori and becoming Lord and Lady of the manor. Draeg wants her to stay and fight her elders. For Lori, it’s an alternative that could render her absolutely powerless to pursue her own destiny, and drive her further away from her perfect dreams and the man she loves, Draeg.
|Title||:||Heart Legacy (Celta's Heartmates, #14)|
|Number of Pages||:||368 pages|
February 09, 2016
3.5/5; 4 stars; B+
After reading about the horrible Yews and their demented Residence several books back, I was interested to read another story showing where they were at. Much of this story has a grim undertone because Lori, the main character has been abused by the family for many years and is...
November 15, 2015
I've read all of the previous books in this series and I will admit the last couple have really disappointed me and I nearly didn't purchase this book.
Thankfully Heart Legacy has restored my enjoyment in this series. While not a perfect book, it was certainly more reminiscent of the books at the...
November 22, 2015
There is so much about this one that made me mad. I hated how Lori was treated by her family and the Residence. Hated how they marginalized her, how the beat her down with their words and actions, when she should have been the head of the family, not the least of them. I didn't like what Draeg wa...
November 06, 2015
I have read this series from the beginning and, while liking some more than others, had never been as disappointed as this time. The hero was an idiot who made no effort to really support the heroine. (Suffers in comparison to Thine's book, with a similar theme!)
The heroine was mature enough, bu...
November 02, 2015
Heart Legacy by Robin D. Owens is the 14th book in her wonderful Celta series. This story belongs to Draeg Blackthorn and Loridana (Lori) Yew. The Yew’s have been distant and separated from the rest of the first families in Celta for many years, not trusted or well liked due to their villainous p...
November 26, 2015
Heart Legacy (Celta's Heartmates #14) by Robin D. Owens
After the death of GrandLord Yew years ago, the Yews withdrew to their self-sustaining estate and disappeared from Celtan society. The current head of the household is believed to be eighteen-year-old Loridana. To find out, Draeg Blackthorn...
November 06, 2015
There are similarities to Tinne & Lahsin's romance in Heart Fate, and the occupants of the Yew Residence is revisited. I liked how events from Heart Fate came full circle. Old characters play unobtrusive roles. The revisit was pleasant. What Heart Legacy was missing was tension, as Loridana w...
November 05, 2015
Oddly, I liked the hero more at the beginning of the book than I did at the end, mostly because he was in some ways he was part of the group putting pressure on the heroine to resume a life she didn'the really want. Despite nm 4 star rating, I confess that the ending left me vaguely dissatisfied....
January 10, 2016
3.5 stars. Good start but sort of fizzled out at the ending.
November 17, 2015
This joint review was originally published at The Book Pushers
Marlene: Owens’ Heartmate series has been an autobuy for me for quite a while. Even when I don’t entirely love that particular story (ahem, Heart Fire last year). I always enjoy a trip back to Celta. Owens has created a world with a fa...