Review of Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert

I listened to this as a digital audiobook. A note on the narrator: Her voice kind of annoyed me at first. It’s a bit growly. But as the story goes on, it suits Chloe’s character, so I started to appreciate it.

Beyond that, I adored this book. It is raunchy and hilarious in that British way. The heroine is a woman of color who suffers from fibromyalgia. It was nice to see a heroine whose one flaw wasn’t her weight, not that I don’t like to see heavier heroines.

Red Morgan, the hero, has a deep emotional life, and his past pain affects his life in ways other than his relationships. I also adore this. So often, heroes’ lives are perfect except for whatever keeps them from committing to the woman. He also manages to pull off strong and sensitive.

I don’t even really know what to compare this book to. It’s obviously for fans of romantic comedies, and fans of British humor. Also, fans of Bridget Jones’s Diary and We Met in December, I should think.

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