Melissa’s Review: Light of a Thousand Stars by Siobhan Davis

Light Of A Thousand Stars (True Calling #2.5)

Light of a Thousand Stars (True Calling #4)
written by Siobhan Davis
published by Siobhan Davis, 2015

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Did I enjoy this book: 
It’s like porn for teenage girls. Who doesn’t want a lovestruck older man, especially when he plans epic birthday presents and tattoos your name on his arm? I like being able to fill in some of Ari and Zane’s backstory, but as with Davis’s first True Calling short story, Lovestruck, this novella was too cheesy to be believable.

2.5 stars


Would I recommend it: Nah. Skip to Beyond Reach. 



About the book – from Goodreads: 
Ariana Skyee has been the center of Zane Anders’ world for years. They got together as a couple ten months ago, so Zane finally has the girl of his dreams. Life should be peachy.

But it isn’t.

Haunted by a shared secret that threatens to destroy their relationship and claim their sanity, Zane is on a one-man mission to prevent Ari from falling apart.

Then Commander Skyee drops the biggest bombshell of all, and everything Zane has taken for granted about the future is shattered overnight.

Always and Forever: That’s what Zane has promised Ari.
Keeping that promise is about to become the hardest thing he will ever do.


Special Note from the author:

This Novella is narrated solely from Zane Anders’ point of view, and it depicts the events leading up to Ari’s move to Planet Novo. This is NOT a follow on from where Beyond Reach, Book 2 in the series, left off. This relays events prior to True Calling, Book 1. In order to ensure consistency and maximise reading enjoyment, I recommend that the stories within this series are read in the following sequence:

True Calling – Book 1
Lovestruck – Short Story
Beyond Reach – Book 2
Light of a Thousand Stars – Novella
Destiny Rising – Book 3. (less)


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