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Sheri’s Spotlight: The Brown Sisters Trilogy by Talia Hibbert


Talia Hibbert is a New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling novelist. The English born author is known for her steamy contemporary and paranormal romances. Highly praised for her diverse reads, Hibbert writes happy endings for people of all different races, ethnicities, body types, sexualities, and backgrounds. The 25-year-old writer began self-publishing in 2017; by the time she signed with a traditional publisher in 2019, she’d already released over a dozen books. Get a Life, Chloe Brown was published by Avon Books in November of 2019 and thus began some of Hibbert’s greatest work to date, The Brown Sisters Trilogy.  

Rich, posh, and city-born — the Brown Sisters are as interesting as they are gorgeous. Hailing from a tight-knit family, with an even tighter bond between the sisters themselves, not just anyone is worthy of their attention. Therefore, the people that do find their way into the sister’s lives must be truly special. 

The trilogy begins with Chloe, the eldest Brown sister, in her quest to get a life. After a near death experience causes her to rethink how she’s been living, chronically-ill web designer Chloe Brown comes up with a list. Seven objectives stand between Chloe and a life well lived, but ticking each item off her list quickly proves to be more difficult than she had planned. So, Chloe goes in search of a guide who will teach her how to be bad, and she finds her grumpy, standoffish building manager Redford Morgan. In her mission, Chloe learns just how much love one needs in a good life. Get a Life, Chloe Brown is an #OwnVoices work as Hibbert herself lives with chronic pain in the form of Fibromyalgia. The novel explores love and life with an illness, and how the two can coexist.

Danika Brown, the middle Brown sister, gets her time

to shine in the second installment of the trilogy, Take a Hint, Dani Brown. Dani has never been one for relationships — as a career driven Ph.D. student she hardly has the time. So, when a private moment between Dani and her colleague turns them into the internet’s latest obsession, Dani finds herself in the middle of a fake dating ploy. In Take a Hint, Dani Brown, Hibbert places mental health at the forefront, exploring all the ways one not only loves others but how they love themselves as well. 

The trilogy rounds itself out with Act Your Age, Eve Brown, which focuses on the youngest sister. Eve Brown has always been a hot mess, but when things go a little too far and she ruins a very expensive wedding, her parents give her an ultimatum: find a steady job or be cut off. In an effort to not let her parents down, again, Eve ends up working at a random bed & breakfast in some sleepy, far off town. The only issue is that her boss is a total tyrant who likes everything to be perfect, which isn’t exactly Eve’s forte. Will the age old saying that opposites attract prove to be true? Or, will it all end in flames? Act Your Age, Eve Brown highlights neurodivergent characters as they tackle life and love. 

Talia Hibbert treats all of her characters with the utmost respect and care. While never shying away from difficult topics, Hibbert leaves readers warm, safe, and protected. In just a few short years, Hibbert has built quite an impressive catalogue and shows no signs of slowing down.

All of Talia Hibbert’s books are 18+, so for more information and trigger-warnings go to:


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