NEWARK, N.J. – Love is weird.
Typically? It’s not as strange as reading a 250-plus-page book to your girlfriend over the telephone, but that’s exactly what Cory Booker reportedly did for his boo, actress Rosario Dawson.
A recent Washington Post interview with Dawson provides never-knew-how-little-I-cared details about the couple’s one-year relationship including their shared devotion to veganism.
Booker also routinely “FaceTimes” Dawson – who took her time endorsing Booker for president – and reads books to her. Not excerpts. Entire books:
“Dawson says they went two months without seeing each other. But they’ve made up for it with FaceTime, which they try to do twice a day. He’s gotten in the habit of sending her music every morning, and he just finished reading David Benioff’s World War II novel “City of Thieves” to her over the phone.”
City of Thieves (a novel set during World War II) is over 250-pages long.
The audio book runs 8 hours and 28 minutes.