Kallos is a fantasy tale that will entice a reader from page one and will not let go. The story is very lush in its detail, and quite beautiful in the way it is built. It moves from waking sequence to dream sequence flawlessly. The characters are written in such a way as to be wholly enticing, as they are all totally relatable and highly likeable. As a reader and a reviewer, this novel was a delight to read, and I am quite certain that other readers will love it as much as I did.
Kallos is a typical high school girl whose family has just moved to a new town. Her dad is the new high school principal, but she’s just a normal girl, or so she thinks. That is, until her first day when two drop dead gorgeous guys start fighting over her and who gets to be with her! So what is this all about? In no uncertain terms, the two studs let her know who, and what, they are, and what this is all about. And Kallos’ world is turned totally upside down and inside out. As a teenager she should have more than enough to deal with handling homework and all the usual teenage angst and drama, right? Well, Kallos is special. Her destiny is to become a goddess. And not just any old goddess, but Aphrodite herself. What about the two boys, Sean and Ian Hunter? Well, they have a very special part to play in all of this. Now all Kallos has to do is simple….find a way to survive. Oh, and deal with two very different, and special, boys who want her heart.
Kallos had a life, she had a destiny and she had a soulmate. But what happens when life and destiny send you more than you bargained for.