A review by crookedbookstagram
Get a Life, Chloe Brown, by Talia Hibbert


Chloe Brown is so real, so human. She's quirky, she's flawed, she's authentic and she's completely loveable. She's been hurt in the past by love, by friends and by life.

Redford Morgan has also been hurt. He's a giant of a man who admits to his feelings, admits that he has been hurt. He's a "manly-man" in appearance but without any toxic masculinity. He's a good man.

And it's so refreshing to read a book where the black protagonist is just that. It's not political. It's not racial. It's not making a statement. And don't get me wrong, there is a need for those books, and those truths, and I've read and loved many of them. But we need more of this, too.

We need more Chloe Browns.

And yes, she has sisters. I'll be reading Dani and Eve's books in the near future.

Get a Life, Chloe Brown is romantic, sexy, emotional, moving and hilarious. Definitely recommend.