Elliana is a little bit normal and a little bit abnormal. When she was 3 years old, a tragedy stole her parents from her. When she was in seventh grade, she made a mistake and was so disgusted by her weakness that she refused to forgive herself.
After several years of living too safely, Elliana feels like she just watches and waves as the parade of life goes by. So she has two choices: enjoy the view from her comfort zone, or step forward and risk her best-friendship with Burke by confessing that she likes him. But taking this one little risk of telling Burke that she likes him is the catalyst to a slew of betrayal and sabotage. She thinks that swearing off love will save her from the consequences of living life outloud. But it totally backfires.
She encounters a new love interest through an ironic twist that seems to throw the doors of fate wide open. This makes her daring enough to discover a fantasy realm where she meets a beautiful friend, and where she can find answers to life’s troubling questions. But the fantasy realm is also where she is also confronted with the difficult quest to save a dying star that has everything to do with the survival of love on earth. Somehow she has to save love. But how can she? She is just one person. And she’s never even had a boyfriend.
But she just might want to experience the hype called love.
When things go from bad to horrible, she learns she has a very real enemy who will stop at nothing to ensure she fails. The onslaught of trouble tempts Elliana to admit defeat, until she learns a secret that demands she finish the job. The only problem is that she must take more risks—and risks really haven’t worked out well for her yet.
Starlight Legend is 2 PARTS clean romantic comedy, 1 PART contemporary fantasy, with a DASH of sci-fi.