Title: Get A Life, Chloe Brown
Author: Talia Hibbert
This book was so hyped. It actually took forever to get from my library! I was running out of time on my loan and decided to knock it out before it was due in 3 days.
I really liked the chronic pain/illness representation in this book. Hibbert does an amazing job with this. There are times that you just feel it and just want to give Chloe a big hug. She ends up having a almost death experience and decides to make a list to force herself to live again. I didn’t have a problem with her list, it’s something I would do. I did feel like some of the items just weren’t true to her though. It felt kind of random but maybe that was the point?
My biggest issue with this book is that I was reading a bunch of inner dialogue of two horny teenagers. It’s so bad. Constantly, they are both thinking about how they want to sleep with the other person. It was so overwhelming that I found myself rolling my eyes a lot. It took so much away from the romance and I wasn’t feeling it.
I do get why a lot of people love this book. It’s got some great representation and I loved the hate to love trope. It’s one of my favorites! I did think the ending was really cute and I liked the last few chapters more than the rest of the book, really.
Overall, this was just an okay book for me. I could have had such high expectations but I really felt let down. It’s not bad but I have read some great romances lately and this one didn’t do it for me. Don’t hate me! I’m sorry, I really wanted to love this one.