When Chloe Brown’s life flashes before her eyes, she realizes it’s time for her to actually get one. So she does what any list loving geek would do, she creates a list of seven things she can do the help her get a life. Knowing that some of the items on her list are going to require assistance, she enlists Red, her building’s handyman to help.
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Get a Life, Chloe Brown is adorable! I haven’t had much luck lately with Rom-Coms but this one was great. In the beginning, it reminded me a little bit of Bridget Jones’ Diary. Chloe is extremely dry and a little Darcy like, at least in the beginning. Slowly as the story progresses, and we understand Chloe her reaction to things begins to make sense.
Chloe was very inspiring, I love how she realized she wasn’t living and tried to do something about it. And Red, oh Red, what a man. I had no problem understanding why Chloe would fall for him. He was a genuinely nice person, and both he and Chloe acted like mature adults, at least most of the time.
This love story was so sweet and so real. I loved that these characters believed in each other and made each other better, they helped each other, understood each other, and isn’t that really what love is supposed to be?
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