Love Lines Series (2 Books) by Cara Bastone

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Fun, flirty and fabulous re-imaginings of You’ve Got Mail in this Love Lines book series by Cara Bastone. Highlighting how interacting with strangers on the phone can open your eyes (and ears) to a whole new way of thinking and feeling.

Love Lines Series by Cara Bastone

Call Me Maybe (Love Lines Book 1)

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Vera has been waiting to speak with Cutrio’s customer service for the past few hours. Shocked and thrilled to finally speak to a human she shares her issues with her website. Babbling, rambling and oversharing about her time on hold, how important the website is to her and expressing her need to stay on the line rather than getting a callback.

Working from home answering customer services enquiries, Cal, has never come across a call quite like this one he is having with Vera. There is something about her friendly nature that draws him in and wants him to make sure that her site is up and running in time for her expo on Friday. Speaking for ten hours on Monday he identifies the problem with Curio’s compatibility with older operating systems – which will take some fixing.

Over the course of the week, they share phone calls and texts learning more about each other as Cal fixes her website behind the scenes, Each helping the other with family issues in their lives. With things going well between them Cal feels he need to come clean to Vera and ensure that there are no miscommunications between them and sends her an email laying everything out of her – but she’s too afraid to read it.

Available to buy from Amazon in Audiobook and Kindle Edition.

Sweet Talk (Love Lines Book 2)

Rating: 4 out of 5.

When you receive a ‘are you still awake?’ message at 2 am it can only ever be taken as a booty call. So, when Jesse received a voice message from Eliot Hoffman, she is surprised, to say the least, but assumes it is a drunken mistake. Replying to him leads them into a funny, insomnia-fuelled chat where it becomes obvious that Eliot texts the wrong person and that he has no idea who he has messaged.

Usually, Eliot has no problems getting his eight or nine hours of sleep, however, for the past two months, he has suffered from insomnia. Thinking that he was messaging his sister Vera he ends up voice chatting to JD (nicknamed from the random jumble of letters saved in his phone). Recognising the sound of her voice but unable to place her they fall into a comfortable rhythm of keeping each other company whilst they each can’t sleep.

Sharing their personality traits, geeky side, and things about their real lives becomes something of a friendship between them. Jesse is reluctant to tell Eliot who she really is for several reasons, not wanting to let go of this thing that she has found with him. But as feelings grow and the chances of them bumping into each other increase – what will happen when Eliot works out who Jesse is?

Available to buy from Amazon in Audiobook and Kindle Edition.

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