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Call Me, Maybe by [Cahill, Ellie]
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Length: 242 pages Word Wise: Enabled

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  • File Size: 1224 KB
  • Print Length: 242 pages
  • Publisher: Loveswept (February 9, 2016)
  • Publication Date: February 9, 2016
  • Sold by: Random House LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0174PRHNQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #199,845 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I started this review at 3 stars...then I dropped it to 2 stars...but I really can't commit to either. It was JUST OK.

I'm going to keep this review short and sweet...ish.

This book didn't really work for me. I didn't HATE it, I just didn't really like it. The chick was self-absorbed. Even when she had people telling her to her face how self-absorbed she was, she went back to her fancy apartment to cry about how soooo misunderstood she was.

Unfortunately Call Me, Maybe was a prime example of why NA sends me bonkers. Lies, miscommunication's and unnecessary dramas were aplenty. I really don't remember it being this bad back in my day (get my walking frame hubby...my bones are creaking). I also don't remember feeling the need to lie or cheat as much as these books imply is going on in every 20-something's life.

Now fibbing, (so, soooo different from lying) I could do. I might fib every now and again, but it's for their own good. For example - to my boys...it will fall off if you keep playing with it. To my hubby...I love this pink with purple love heart jumper you bought me for my birthday. See, fibbing, not bad. Lying, to save your own butt, not good. Especially from someone you are supposedly falling in love with. Didn't your parents teach you anything???

Which brings us to...

The family drama...yikes!! Tell them all to BUGGER OFF!!

Oh...and the sexy times were minimal to non-existent. We all know how much I love my sexy times :-(

It was all just a wee bit immature for my liking.

Onwards...

I received a copy of Call Me, Maybe via Netgalley for an honest review.
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4.5/5 Stars

I don't know what it is about Ellie Cahill's books, but they just make me ... happy. I know that's such a simplistic word (and one that Clementine wouldn't approve of - she's like a living thesaurus), but it's true. I actually picked this book up when I was in the middle of another one (because I didn't want to haul a physical book with me) and, even though I was really enjoying the physical book, I couldn't put this one down when I had the chance. I just devoured it and then sat back with an oh so satisfied sense of happiness, so pleased with myself for making such a good choice.

What I enjoyed:

Clementine.
Clementine is an avid reader and a book blogger, so how could I not love her? Actually, I think what I loved about her most was just her struggle to be her own person. She'd had a bad experience with a guy who took advantage of her family connections, and she'd spent years trying to live that experience down - be the good girl that her family wanted her to be. She was also really struggling to find herself professionally - she didn't know what she wanted to do with her life and she was dealing with guilt about that (in addition to her guilt over what happened with the aforementioned guy) as well. All this is to say, that Clementine felt like a very real person - someone I might know and care about in real life - so that made it that much easier for me to connect to her in this book.

Justin.
Then Clementine meets Justin. Well, she falls in his lap - that's about as far as "meeting" him goes at first. When she accidentally takes his phone, they end up staying in touch - first just to exchange pertinent information ("You got a call from so-and-so), but it quickly blooms into something more.
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Call Me, Maybe is my first Ellie Cahill book, but I have heard great things about her book When Joss Met Matt and I absolutely loved the blurb here. This book unfortunately left me with mixed feelings, and I didn't really know what to think after having finished. While I really enjoyed parts of this book, I have to say that there were things I definitely had some issues with.

Clementine Daly is used to being the black sheep of her family. An almost scandal a few years prior has kept her under the thumb of everyone in her family, and now she is headed to California to do right by the family with her brother. But just before take-off, her phone is mistaken for that of a stranger's and there is no choice but to spend the week with the wrong phone before they can meet back up to exchange them. Soon though, Justin Mueller is no longer just the person with her phone, but he is also the sexy voice on the other end that she can't get enough of. Justin wants more, and just when it looks like things could go somewhere, he finds out that she hasn't been telling him the truth. But can he get over everything that she hid from him and take a chance on a future with her?

I liked both Clementine and Justin. They had great banter and were super fun to read about in the beginning. I loved their flirty texts and seeing them get to know one another. I am always a sucker for a romance that starts off with the couple getting to know one another through texts and emails, and these two definitely had a great connection forming. However, I didn't care for the fact hat Clementine kept so many secrets for as long as she did. At first it was understandable.
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