Sundays In Bed With… Call Me Maybe by Cara Bastone

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Welcome to the Sundays In Bed With… Meme! The meme that dares to ask what book has been in your bed this morning? Come share what book you’ve spent time curled up reading in bed, or which book you wish you had time to read today! This meme is hosted by Midnight Book Girl.

This weekend I’m reading Call Me Maybe by Cara Bastone. I have never been an audiobook person. I don’t have the attention span for them. When I listen to podcasts, my mind wanders pretty easily (unless it’s funny enough to keep my attention) so I can’t imagine listening to an audiobook would go over well. But last night I decided to try it out and settled on this one. Holy fuck it’s so good. The story is so cute and the production that was put into this is perfection. I can’t wait to finish it today.

Title: Call Me Maybe

Author: Cara Bastone

Series: Love Lines #1

Publisher: Audible Originals

Release Date: October 20, 2020

Paint your toes. Pick up the wrong coffee and bagel order. Drive from Brooklyn to Jersey in traffic so slow you want to tear your hair out. It’s amazing all the useless things I can accomplish while on hold for three hours with customer service. Three hours when I should be getting the Date-in-a-Box website ready to launch at the big business expo in a few days. Except my shiny new website is glitching, and my inner rage-monster is ready to scorch some earth… when he finally picks up. Not the robot voice I expected but a real live human named Cal. He’s surprisingly helpful and really knows his stuff, even if he’s a little awkward…. in an adorable way.

And suddenly I’m flirting with him? And I think he’s flirting back.
And suddenly it’s been hours, and we’re still on the phone talking and ordering each other takeout while he trouble shoots my website.
And suddenly we’re exchanging numbers and sending texts and DMs every day, leaving voice mails (who even does that anymore?!).
And suddenly I’m wondering if it’s possible for two people fall in love at first talk.

Because I’m falling… hard.