Talia Hibbert is Magic

I adored this book from beginning to end. The moment Talia Hibbert introduced to Eve’s chaotic life, I was hooked. The baby of the Brown family, Eve has been indulged in every aspect of her life. At 26, she still hasn’t managed to hold down a steady job. When Eve gives up on wedding planning, her parents finally give her an ultimatum – she has to find a job and start paying her own bills and finding her own way. When Eve stumbles onto a charming B&B looking for a new chef, she decides to take advantage of the open call for interviews and walks in. Only things go from bad to worse nearly the moment she walks into the place. She and the owner Jacob clash from the start, within minutes she’s botched the interview, then she hits Jacob with her car as she’s trying to leave.

Jacob’s desperately understaffed, leaving him with no choice but to rely on Eve’s guilty conscience to help him in the pinch until he’s recovered from the accident and able to work fulltime again. Sparks of every kind fly in this sexy enemies to lovers romance.

Every time I read a Brown Sisters book, I’m convinced the one I’ve read most recently is my favorite. I loved Get a Life. Chloe Brown, then thought, Take a Hint, Dani Brown was even better, and I loved the book about the final Brown sister so much, I’m convinced I liked this one even more. All of this is an entirely overly long way of me saying, this series keeps getting better and better. Jacob and Eve’s fiery chemistry had me hooked from their first argumentative interview. Hibbert makes such relatable, sympathetic characters, they seem so real. I loved the diversity and autism rep. I’m always excited for a Talia Hibbert book and this one was no exception. Highly recommend.

Thank you so much to NetGalley and Avon for providing me an e-arc of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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