Callie Evans is named after a muse from Greek mythology. Little does she know she is actually an angel, an Arc sent from Heaven to do battle with Darks on Earth. Her specific targets are Raysers, demons who prey on the souls of teens. Callie's mind has been Cloaked for the past sixteen years, so she has forgotten who and what she really is. On her sixteenth birthday, all she really wants is a cell phone and a date with Joshua Pride, the super-hot new guy at school who harbors a secret of his own. Instead, Callie is visited by Silas and Jules, a pair of outlandish Micro Angels whose job it is to coach newbie angel warriors in training. The gift they bear is her true identity. While the rest of the world grows up and moves on, Callie will stay sixteen forever, a permanent structure on the teenage social scene. After all, this is precisely where the battle between good and evil is being waged, and she is a highly sophisticated weapon. Now, Callie isn't sure whether her biggest problems are the stinky demons she must seek and destroy or the celestial law stating that Arcs are meant to be solitary soldiers. Her unexplainably magnetic attraction to Joshua and the fact that he seems to dig her right back is also a source of confusion for Callie. Should she allow herself to get close to him if he is ultimately going to forget her after a year or so passes, and what is it about him that draws her in and steals her senses? Will she be able to fall for Joshua without falling into the hands of the evil that's out to destroy her? Whisper is Book One of the Whisper Trilogy
Author: Jennifer Carver, Dana Faletti Publisher: Dana Faletti Published: 05/31/2013 Pages: 222 Binding Type: Paperback Weight: 0.54lbs Size: 8.00h x 5.00w x 0.51d ISBN: 9780985470463
About the Author Dana Faletti is a novelist with Pandamoon Publishing. She is the author of The Whisper Trilogy, a young adult paranormal romance and Beautiful Secret, a sweeping drama of family secrets and forbidden love that is set to be released by Pandamoon Publishing in October of 2016. Dana blogs about whatever inspires her at www.danafaletti.blogspot.com, writes poetry as a survival skill and loves to connect with other writers both online and in person. When she's not writing, Dana can be found reading on her kindle, cooking something delicious, or daydreaming about her upcoming travel destinations. She lives in in a suburb of Pittsburgh with her husband, three young daughters, and two snarky Shichons called Dolce and Vita.