A review by kayhokis
Act Your Age, Eve Brown, by Talia Hibbert


What a great finale to the trilogy of Brown sisters! In Act Your Age, Eve Brown, we follow the youngest of the sisters as she attempts to find her calling in life. Afraid of all her past failed attempts and not wanting to be the family disappointment, Eve stumbles on an opportunity that becomes much more than she could have imagined.

I loved quirky, fun Eve. I loved straightforward, no nonsense Jacob. This book had autism representation that I felt was handled so very well and I love the considerations and contemplations the characters made throughout the novel because of it.

I enjoyed Eve’s growth through this story immensely and felt very inspired by her character.

The story was fast paced and often times funny. I will admit that by the end, I was ready for everything to get wrapped up, but it could very well be due to my inability to focus this pandemic.

Highly recommend all three novels if you are looking for some fun, smutty, contemporary romances. 4.5 stars.

Thank you to the publisher and Netgalley for an early review copy in exchange for an honest review.