Is it possible for a guy to turn on a switch and realize he’s been in love with a girl that’s been under his nose for over a decade?
Ashleigh Franklin can’t decide.
Ashleigh wants the fairy tale. Ever since she was a kid, her best friend’s brother, Luke, has been her fantasy Prince Charming. Now he’s trying to convince her that she’s the one he’s wanted all these years. There’s no way it’s that easy to escape the friend zone.
Single after years living with a girlfriend, Luke has finally woken up. What he’s been waiting for has been right under his nose for almost his entire life. Can he persuade her that he’s serious and won’t break her heart?
A Wonder Woman costume, a bottle of tequila and a game of truth or dare between two close friends changes everything.
*Note: This review is for the serial series as a whole*
What can I say about the Calling Me Series? Well, I can tell you that I am super glad that I read this series as one big book, instead of having to wait for the next episode. This series was just too good to have to wait for. I fell in love with Luke and Ashleigh almost instantly. The two of them together was just awesome. They had such an amazing friendship and their connection was so strong. I couldn’t wait for Luke to wake up and see how Ashleigh felt about him. I thought Luke and Ashleigh had great push and pull. Luke worked really hard to prove that he could be the man that Ashleigh needed and I totally understood where Ashleigh was coming from, as far as her fears of a relationship with Luke. But, in the end, you could tell that these two were destined to be together and by the time I reached The End, I was left with a big smile on my face!
Louise Bay has one again provided me with an exciting read. This series had a lot of love and heart to it. I loved the family dynamic. It was great spending time with Jake and Haven again. This series captivated me from the moment I picked it up and kept me entertained the entire time. I thought it had just the right amount of angst, drama, romance and sexy good times.
* I was provided a copy of this book via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review*