Being a call center girl is not what Maddy had really wished for. The fresh college graduate has no luck finding any other job. Little did she know what she has signed up for. Her 8-hour work shift at Lightning Speed call center involves dealing with bad callers and tough supervisors. But there are people at the workplace who will Maddy's work life less hateful. From day one, Maddy has a giant crush on this handsome Belgian guy, Mika. But Mika is going out with Ingeborge, the Bulgarian beauty. Of course, this life as a call center gal will need some getting used to, giving Maddy an unforgettable experience.
Whenever I mark a book as favorite, I find it difficult to review it. So I usually need a few days to get my thoughts in order. I loved the story and the characters. Madison (Maddy) and her crazy friend Karsynn (Kars) have no luck finding a job and end up at the Lightning Speed Call Center. Mika is a handsome guy from Belgium, who resembles Zac Efron in looks. Another character that needs a mention is Truong, a Vietnamese, and a Perez Hilton of the workplace.
I liked the way the author led the story and kept me engrossed in the book. Madison's colleagues are from different cultural backgrounds which makes the story even more fun to read. Dealing with crazy callers, hating their supervisor and coping with some mean colleagues, that's what makes up Maddy's professional life. However, there was a very little part about her personal life. Her mother doesn't approve of her job at the call center but she doesn't seem to care much about her.
I received an e-copy of the book from the author, Lisa Lim, for an honest review.I have never read a chick lit novel before so this was my first one. This book will make you recall your own first job experience. I strongly recommend it to people who read chick lit and those who want a light-hearted read.
Gazing into my eyes, he draws an imaginary
line over my nose, traces my lips and looks at me as though memorizing my every feature.
Touching his forehead to mine, he says in a low and intimate voice, “You.”
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