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    Life is not about surviving the storm...

    She had a plan. Quite a nice one, I’d say, for a rich girl living carefree life in New York. Nice and simple - graduate, get a job, and marry a man. Nice and easy but it’s life and everything changes in a minute. Her plan goes to hell and her life will never be the same. Chloe Madison’s story isn’t a simple one. Her story is the story of difficulties, disappointments, tears and fight. I LOVED this book. It was everything I expected it to be and even more. I loved the way Chloe developed during the story, how she was changing and I’ll dare say that this Chloe, this new Chloe, I love more than the old one. The setting of the book ( that is NEW YORK! Just think about it!) was amazing. For me it was the perfect mix of Lipstick Jungles and Devil Wears Prada with a definite touch of AT’s wonderful touch and style that all her books possess. If you aren’t AT’s fan for life, I guarantee you you’ll become one of them after reading this book.
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    Very cute and highly entertaining!

    ★★ 4.5 stars! ★★ Well, that was a fun ride! I loved everything about Love, Chloe. As you would expect from an Alessandra Torre book, the writing is flawless and well developed. The story drew me in from the first page and I read the rest of the book in one sitting. When Chloe loses her family’s money (with an FBI raid, no less!), she ends up couch surfing and struggling to make ends meet. She lands a job with C-list actress Nicole Brantley as an assistant/dog nanny, which brings in money, but also the humiliation of seeing how far she has fallen down the social ladder. Following a string of bad luck, Chloe finally starts to see that she has to actually work, and work hard, to rebuild her life from the ground up. She questions every belief and motivation she may have held before losing everything. After a lot of soul-searching, she is finally able to find love. The reward as a reader is fun, sweet, and sexy. Yes, Love, Chloe is a ‘poor little rich girl’ story, but that is only one part of the whole. It’s also about her journey into adulthood, her learning to navigate the real world, and it’s about realizing that money can’t buy true happiness. There are some tough life-lessons, but each one is handled with Torre’s skilled finesse. As with Hollywood Dirt, I love seeing the lighter side of Alessandra Torre’s work. It just works for me and I am looking forward to more.
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