Being the daughter of Eros isn't all it's cracked up to be. For one thing, a girl can get jaded when her parents have the most beautiful and fatalistic love story in history. For another, immortality royally sucks when the Oracle condemns you to eternity in the wrong profession. Do the Gods care that Kali wants to ditch the love stuff and be a muse? Nope.
To reclaim her heart and her destiny, Kali is left with no choice but to defy the Gods, tempt the Fates, date the mortal love of her life, and hope she doesn't lose her best friend, Hector, in the process.
What I enjoyed most about LOVESTRUCK is the humor and the fun. It never takes itself too seriously, and there are so many hilarious myth-related puns and jokes. It takes all the fun teen drama of new love and adventure and combines it with Olympian figures. Readers looking for something light and sweet with a dash of fantasy will adore LOVESTRUCK.
While the story was fun, I did have a hard time making a connection to some of the characters. I wasn't invested enough to want to stay up late reading and never *had* to know how it ended. However, I think readers who are looking for fun drama and romantic antics will still want to grab this one.