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Heart Change Audiobook

Heart Change: Celta, Book 8

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The fantastic new Celta novel from the award-winning author of Heart Fate.

Robin D. Owens returns to the world of the faraway planet Celta in the eighth novel of her award-winning series. Signet D'Marigold's lonely life is shaken when a prophet reveals she is a catalyst for change. But to accept her new life? And the charge of the noble child Avellana means embracing a danger that may be fatal for them both. Especially when Signet's attraction to her new bodyguard signals a secret enemy sworn to destroy them.

©2009 Robin D. Owens (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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    Would have been better if reader had pronounced main character's name correctly. Signet, not Sin-yay. There is even a section where a child asks if it he name means young swan or special ring and narrator says the name correctly twice - and then goes right back to Sin-yay. Drove me nuts and nearly made me return the audio for a refund. Owens writes a great story, Levine irritates. Other Levine narrations of Owens stories are worse because the voices he assigns are really awful.

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