Sunday, 18 October 2015

Calling Me by Louise Bay

Is it possible for a guy to turn on a switch and realize he’s been in love with a girl that’s been under his nose for over a decade? Ashleigh Franklin can’t decide. 
Ashleigh wants the fairy tale. Ever since she was a kid, her best friend’s brother, Luke, has been her fantasy Prince Charming. Now he’s trying to convince her that she’s the one he’s wanted all these years. There’s no way it’s that easy to escape the friend zone. 
Single after years living with a girlfriend, Luke has finally woken up. What he’s been waiting for has been right under his nose for almost his entire life. Can he persuade her that he’s serious and won’t break her heart?
A Wonder Woman costume, a bottle of tequila and a game of truth or dare between two close friends changes everything.

I received a copy of Calling Me by Louise Bay in exchange for an honest review.
 Calling Me is a beautiful friends to loves book. Yes the characters realise they are in love with each other but even so they do take their relationship slow which i found refreshing. 
Ashleigh did frustrate me at times as she was letting fear rule her a little. 
However, I can completely understand her actions. She has every right to be terrified when the man she has always been in love with turns round and says he's just realised he is in love with her, just after leaving his long term girlfriend. 
Luke though is fantastic. He grows so much as the story progresses and a huge part of this is because of the choices Ashleigh makes. A little side note is that i would have loved to have seen a scene or two with Emma and Fiona at the end of the book so they could get some closure. 
Other than this tidbit i adored Calling Me. When Ashleigh and Luke are together you get a lovely feeling of rightness and you really want the best Happily Ever After you could think of for these two. 

I would recommend Calling Me for anyone in search of a friendship to love story.

1 comment:

  1. I love the cover! The slow build up of the characters sound refreshing. Great review :)