I came into this book with the mindset that ‘Get a Life, Chloe Brown’ would make feel too sad to finish it, luckily that wasn’t the case. It is more chill and rom-com than I thought it would be and less medical than I thought. I’m saying this because the medical scene in books might bother some readers.
We enter the life of Chloe Brown, who is a computer geek and girl power with a love for making lists. Since she is chronically ill with chronic fatigue syndrome which in a way controls her life and she wants to break away from that and give a bit more freedom with who she wants to be as a person. I love each personality of her two sisters and how close they are to Chloe.
We then meet Redford ‘Red’ Morgan a manly man with tattoos and a heart of gold. He’s liked and loved by everyone in the building of flats where he lives and works as a handyman, the same building where Chloe Brown decides to move, and that’s where she meets Red. From the first few conversations, I felt that they feared to show what they are feeling to each other.
Will they end up together in the end? Read and find out! I gave it a four out of five stars, the reason it’s not a five-star book for me is I needed to feel more as a reader.