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  • Lovely romance

    I loved this book so much! It was everything I was hoping for. I've read quite a few of Talia's books, so I had an idea of what to expect but there was just so much to love here, starting with the way Chloe was portrayed. Physically, romance heroines tend to be these perfect woman who never even get their periods, let alone deal with chronic health issues as Chloe does. Chloe is a heroine dealing with a physical body that sometimes betrays and lets her down, yet she just keeps on soldiering on. She has realistic coping strategies for the days that she can barely get out of bed, and she tries not to let it get her too down emotionally. When she realizes (due to a close encounter with a speeding car), that she has let her illness take control of her life, she promptly makes a list to try to break out of her rut, even though inside she's quaking at the thought of changing her routine. As for Red, he is the epitome of a cinnamon roll hero, sweet, loving, and caring with an adorably gooey center. Chloe quickly becomes the center of his world, and he doesn't care that her illness sometimes means that his plans need to change - all he wants to know is what he can do to make it easier on her. He is dealing with his own issues and is trying to heal from past relationship trauma by hiding out and taking a bit of a break from life, yet he still reaches out to others and hasn't turned hard or bitter. I highly recommend this book and looking forward to whatever Talia comes up with next. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book from Netgalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • Brilliant brilliant brilliant

    I loved this book. I was in love with Chloe and Red a few pages in. The whole story was just so darn sensitive and sweet and very, very sexy. You won't regret reading this, I can't wait for the next Brown sister!

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  • Romantic, and adventurous, and funny

    Review originally published at Romancing Romances 4.25* Although this is the first book in the Brown Sisters series, it’s actually the second one I’m reading. I started with Take A Hint, Dani Brown, and now I’ve also read Get A Life, Chloe Brown, which means now I’m anxiously waiting the story of the third sister, Eve. I really liked this book. I liked how Talia Hibbert showed us Chloe’s physical struggles, but did not bury her personality with them. Which, I think, is exactly the point of the book. By fear, Chloe had let her disease take over her life, but now she felt ready to take back the reins, and “get a life”. In enters Red – Redford Morgan -, the superintendent of her new flat. And Red, with his red hair, his bike, and his art, crawled his way into her heart. I loved Red. Talia sure knows how to write a great hero. He’s considerate, he’s funny, he’s interesting, and he also has a difficult past, emotionally wise. He’s been hurt, and a bit like Chloe, he hasn’t really learned how to trust after that. And Chloe decides they can help each other, which developed both a friendship and a romantic relationship between them. I enjoyed their progress, and the romance, and steamy scenes. I do think the end was quite quick, very neatly tided with a bow. I would have liked maybe a deeper conversation between our main characters, but I did love the little gifts Red gives Chloe, and how they are carefully thought, not just things she would like, but things that she can actually use. All in all, it was a great book. Romantic, and adventurous, and funny, and mostly a story about having courage, and being brave enough to go after what we really want out of our lives. A lesson we sometimes forget in the middle of life actually passing by us.

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  • Great!

    This book was so cute, sexy, funny! I couldn't put it down! Love the fibro representation, and the mental and emotional trauma in the characters making them both relatable and adorable.

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  • Made me grin

    This book made me grin from ear to ear the entire way through reading it. Fantastically written and such an enjoyable storyline with complex characters.

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