Take A Hint, Dani Brown by Talia Hibbert

Book Cover Take a Hint Dani Brown

Romantic Comedy, Friends to Lovers, Fake Relationship

Book 2 in The Brown Sisters Series

Rating:

5 Star Read

Synopsis

Dating is the last thing on Olivia’s mind, but when she meets a man in a Not interested in romance, Dani just wants a friend with benefits and she thinks she’s found it with Zaf who’s rescued her from a fire drill gone wrong.  When the video of the rescue goes viral the world wants nothing more than Dani and Zaf to become a real-life couple. As a way to gain publicity for a charity close to his heart, Zaf convinces Dani to fake a relationship.

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Review

I loved Get a Life, Chloe Brown.  So I had high expectations for Take a Hint, Dani Brown.  And let me tell you they were well surpassed.  I adored this book so much.  I needed to see how it ended and yet never wanted it to end.  It may have ruined me for all other rom-coms, okay probably not but…

Dani was introduced in Get a Life, Chloe Brown, and so I already knew that I would like her.  She’s smart, witty, confident.  She is basically my fictional hero.  And Zaf, oh Zaf is major book boyfriend material.  A former rugby player, who reads romance and is in touch with his emotions, um yes, please!  This is a friends to lovers/fake dating romance.  Normally I’m more of an enemies to lovers gal, but the banter in this book is on point!  And the fact that they knew each other well, only added to the story.  

Did I know how this book was going to end?  Yes, but as Zaf points out that’s why we read romance, for the happily ever after.  Personally, I’m not looking for major surprises in a rom-com.  This book is truly everything I want in a romance, great characters, witty banter, and a story that is meaningful.  

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