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Call Me, Maybe by [Cahill, Ellie]
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Call Me, Maybe Kindle Edition

3.8 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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Length: 242 pages Word Wise: Enabled

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1224 KB
  • Print Length: 242 pages
  • Publisher: Loveswept (9 Feb. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0174PRHNQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #236,930 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Kindle Edition
Actual rating: 3.75 Stars

This was a great, lighthearted read and just what I needed after a few 'heavy' reads.

Clementine is floundering under the weight of expectation from her uber-rich grandparents. Having recently graduated, she is under pressure to start a career, like her determined, successful siblings. Her grandparents are keen to find a suitable home for her in one of their many businesses. Thing is, Clementine's only real passion is books and blogging, yet she's kept that a secret from her family for years.

Due to a mix-up at the airport, she ends up with journalist Justin's phone and they quickly begin a flirtation that grows into something more serious. I loved the romance in this story and the way it started over the phone. I thought that was original and refreshing. I couldn't wait for them to meet up! When they did they fall pretty quickly for one another.

Clementine makes some stupid mistakes, concealing important things from Justin, and you know which way it's going to go. For me, the second half of the book was less enjoyable and way too predictable. The conflict surrounding Marie was there purely as a plot device and it was weak and not believable. The conflict over her identity, I bought into, as that was credible.

Clementine is a little weak at times and I wish she had more backbone, especially when Justin was so honest with her. Justin was a great leading man, and definitely swoon-worthy.

The ending was very abrupt and I don't feel like I have closure.

This book is well-written, and I liked the author's writing style. The pacing is consistent, in the main. I enjoyed it a lot despite the above issues. If you enjoy lighthearted contemporary romance then you will love this book.

Thanks to the publisher for providing a copy of this book, via Netgalley, in exchange for my honest review.
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Call Me, Maybe is essentially a charming, swoony romance stemming from the random coincidences that can be nothing short of fate.

Clementine and Justin first meet at the airport while waiting for their respective flights. Clementine literally falls for Justin in that moment (she falls over luggage lol) but there are definitely sparks from first glance on both sides. On top of that, their phones get switched leading to a text relationship for the duration of their trips.

Things develop quickly and escalate when they do finally meet to exchange heir phones. However, nothing in life is ever that simple. Both Clementine and Justin have been badly burned by previous relationships, allowing negative aspects to cloud their judgement :( Especially Clementine who experiences betrayal, devastation and the loss of trust all because of her naivety in trusting the wrong person. While Clementine’s family appear nice, I did feel as if there was a lack of emotional connection between them resulting in Clementine seeking it wherever she could find it and therefore, being taken advantage of. Made to feel a large amount of guilt for the incident and constantly reminded of the disappointment she has caused her family, Clementine finds who she really is behind her blogging persona while trying to mould herself into the person her family want her to be. Clementine, being from a very wealthy family, she is constantly aware of how privileged she is while being made to feel guilty for having the opportunities not afforded to many others. A true catch-22 situation. Clementine is a terrific character. easily relatable with her love of reading, book blogging and quest to uncover her real identity as opposed to the one being forced on her.
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I loved this story. "Call Me, Maybe" was a story that was cute, fresh and an absolute delight to read. If you are looking for a standalone read that won't take up too much of your time, I wholeheartedly recommend one-clicking this book. I am positive that you are going to enjoy it as much as me.

I adored the concept of this novel. It was such a simple idea yet I found it completely entertaining and it instantly captivated me from start to finish. The star couple of the book, Clementine and Justin were characters that I found easy to love and connect with, especially Clementine, who was a romance loving, book blogger and as such I could relate to a lot of her thoughts and feelings. After a bad experience with an ex-boyfriend Clementine found it difficult to trust another man and I felt that this was another reason why I warmed to Clementine. I am sure that the majority of us ladies have had trust issues with the opposite sex at some point in our lives so Clementine's anxieties were easy to understand.

Justin was a guy who I trusted from my very first meeting. I knew that he was a good and honest guy. He was just so lovely to Clementine. There wasn't anything about him I didn't like, I even loved his slightly nerdy ways and it wasn't long before Clementine was falling for his charms too. Clementine and Justin made an adorable couple. I loved the progression of their relationship, from their flirty banter on the phone to the cute scenes that they shared later on in the story. Clementine and Justin's romance warmed my heart and made me giddy with happiness.

This book was my first from Ellie Cahill and I was truly impressed by her work. The story was well written and flowed seamlessly.
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