Get A Life Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Format: eARC (NetGalley)
Published: November 5, 2019
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Available: BN | Amazon | Add it to Goodreads

“You’re exactly as brave as you need to be. You’re the one who makes me better. You’re the bravest person I know.”

After a near-death experience Chloe Brown has decided to literally get a life. List created, she gets started by first moving out of her parent’s estate and moving into her own apartment. But the first to-do on her list comes with quite the obstacle (if you want to call it that) and that is Red, the superintendent of the building she lives in. They can’t stand each other…or so they think….

What you essentially have is an enemy to lover’s trope with GALCB. Like I said, it seems Chloe and Red cannot stand one another. They’ve both decided the other doesn’t like the other for one reason or another but one day after getting a cat out of a tree, things change for both Chloe and Red.

Oh, I simply adored this book. I adored everything about it from Chloe to Red but especially Chloe’s family. Did I say that I loved Red and Chloe together? Because I did. They essentially worked each other’s nerves but the humor and barbs between them could not be denied, that shit kept me in stitches whilst also keeping me turning these lovely pages.

Ms. Hibbert covers many things in GALCB. From Chloe’s issues with her chronicle illness to Red’s unsureness about returning to what he loves, painting. This author wraps up all of this in a deliciously funny romantic comedy.

What I enjoyed so much about GALCB was that Ms. Tibbert didn’t under-power Chloe’s illness and how serious the damage that it played on her body. In today’s world, people really feel like if they can’t see your disability, you don’t have one. I’m happy this author took the time to focus on people with disabilities both unseen and seen.

I want more…seriously I do, and I'm so happy to see that this is a series and that Chloe’s sisters are getting books as well. Shit, I’d take a book about GiGi to at this point, lols.

Wonderfully done Ms. Hibbert and I look forward to reading more of your works!

Readers definitely add this one to your library. 

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