On the faraway planet Celta, there are some forces you cannot fight....
Jace Bayrum has always been a loner. Concerned more with getting an adrenaline fix and making money to live on his own, Jace cares little for family ties or matters of the heart. On the other hand Glyssa Licorice, Jace's former fling and true mate, is both loving and loyal. She is determined to track down her HeartMate and have him claim her.
After hearing that Jace has been involved in an accident, Glyssa sets out to find him, departing for the excavation site of the lost starship Lugh's Spear. Though her goal is to help Jace and finesse him into recognizing her as his mate, the excavation itself draws her in....
Thrust by fate into working side-by-side, Jace and Glyssa's electric connection from years before sparks once more. She intrigues him, and Jace begins to realize that a HeartMate can make a difference. And one as magnetic as Glyssa could be exactly what he has been searching for....
©2013 Robin D. Owens (P)2014 Audible Inc.
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"I like the story AND the narrator!"
I don't usually comment on the books I listen to, but I felt I had to add my voice with regards to the narrator. I think he did a great job, really making the difference between each character obvious, making following the story way easier, since there are so many different characters, especially book after/upon book. I'd suggest listening to the sample if you have doubts, it would be a shame not to give the series a chance simply because you fear the narration! I think he did an excellent job!
"good story bad narrator"
I hated the narration was stilted. also the narrator used really odd accents so even people in the same family didn't sound like the were related. .
"Please redo these with a new reader"
A different reader
The story is so good that even with this awful reader it was enjoyable. I love the way each book in the series is different.
If the performer had not tried to give each different character a different poorly portrayed accent.
It's a shame such a wonderful story has such a poor reader.
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