★☆ Over 1,400 five and four-star ratings for the series on Goodreads. Over 100,000 downloads to date. ★☆
Intriguing. Romantic. Mysterious.
Everything changed the moment he found her…
Cal Remus is in love.
But the object of his affection barely acknowledges his existence. Worse: She acts like he’s the dirt sticking to the bottom of her shoe. Weaker men might give up. But not Cal. Hell no, he loves a good challenge and Ariana Skyee has made this the most intriguing challenge of all.
Having read his father’s confidential military files, Cal should be concerned about the seemingly fragile new world order on Planet Novo and the events back on Earth. But he’s distracted.
Securing Ariana’s love is his number one priority. He’s going to win her heart, or die trying.
WILL I ENJOY THIS BOOK?
True Calling is an enthralling young adult science fiction fantasy romance series that has earned rave reviews from readers who enjoyed popular series like The Hunger Games, Divergent, Matched, The Selection, The 100, 1984, and it’s even been favourably compared to the movie Elysium. Set between two vastly different worlds (utopian vs. dystopian) and told from two different perspectives, this series will appeal to readers who enjoy any of the following genres: Teen and Young Adult, Science Fiction (soft), Dystopian, Romance, Fantasy, Paranormal or Supernatural, Urban Fantasy.
PRAISE FOR LOVESTRUCK
"Team Cal *inserts love hearts*." Goodreads Reviewer
"I fall more and more in love with this series every time I pick up something new from this author." Paradise of Pages
"I love how easily the story invokes emotion. I felt the pain of unrequited love right along Cal." PureTextuality
"You have to love when an author takes the hero down to his deepest thoughts and emotions and Ms. Davis does it so well!" Tome Tender
"Thank you Siobhan for making this love triangle even more high intensity and for giving us more from this world that I am captivated by." Goodreads Reviewer
SPECIAL NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR:
This short story is narrated solely from Cal Remus’ point of view, and it depicts the events leading up to the introduction of ‘The Calling.’ (The events that pre-date True Calling, book one in the series.) This can be read as a stand-alone short read. However, if you are planning on reading the complete True Calling series, I recommend that you read the titles in the following sequence:
Light of a Thousand Stars
The Short Story Collection