After the influx of romance books I've been reading, I was a little worried that this one would get lost in the mix and I am so happy to report that I absolutely ADORED this book!

I am back with another book review, Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert. This one is a new favourite of mine!

This book follows Chloe Brown who, after surviving a near-death experience, decides to really start living. She starts her "Get a Life" list, filled with the things she's never done or missed out on because of her chronic illness but that almost dying has forced her to revisit. First on that list is moving out of her family home and into her own apartment. An apartment managed by the infuriatingly sweet Redford Morgan, an aspiring painter who has his own list of fears. Chloe recruits Redford to help her achieve some of the items on her list in exchange for designing his website but after they start the list, it becomes clear that maybe what the two were feeling for each other wasn't exactly hate...

I've read many enemies-to-lovers stories, particularly lately, and I have to say, this is one of the best ones I've read in a while. The characters genuinely don't get along and it's not an instantaneous switch to love. There is tension and uncertainty and yearning. So much yearning. Normally I'm not in love with the whole slow-burn situation but Hibbert really knows how to write one.

I loved the development of Red and Chloe as individual people overcoming and working through their own issues but also how they were able to come together. And don't even get me started on their banter and personalities! Gah! So adorable.

Overall, I really loved this book, I think it's a new favourite, and can't wait for the sequel!