Book Review: Act Your Age Eve Brown by Talia Hibbert

Good morning bookworms! Have you read any of the Brown sisters books by Talia Hibbert? I have read all three and loved all three. Get a Life, Chloe Brown, Take a Hint, Dani Brown and now Act Your age, Eve Brown. Talia Hibbert can do no wrong in my book when it comes to romantic comedies.

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Eve Brown is the youngest of the Brown sisters, and Chloe and Dani certainly leave big shoes to fill. Eve has tried many careers but none of them seem to stick. Her parents decide to cut her off financially to force her to grow up. This sends her into a tailspin where she ends up interviewing for a job as a chef, something she’s never done. But she can cook and bake so it might work out. There she meets Jacob, an autistic B&B owner that she finds infuriating and adorable. Jacob in turn thinks Eve is an absolute hot mess, her disorder is not welcome in his life but he is desperate for a chef. He hires her thinking she is equal parts frustrating and intriguing. This unlikely pair warmed my heart so much. I read this book in one sitting. I started it at 8pm and finished it at 1am. It was absolutely adorable. And Talia Hibbert is hilarious. There were so many times I laughed out loud. The door is wide open and the steam is HOT as well.

I really hope Talia Hibbert is writing another amazing rom com that will bless my bookshelf asap.

Happy Reading!


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