Take a Hint, Dani Brown

“Take a Hint, Dani Brown” is a hot romantic comedy about the struggles of anxiety, past trauma, and the vulnerability it takes to break down those walls to heal and let someone love you.

 

Synopsis:

Talia Hibbert returns with another charming romantic comedy in her “The Brown Sisters” series! This installment finds middle sister Danika agreeing to fake date her entrepreneurial friend Zafir after a video of him “rescuing” her from their office building goes viral.
 

Review:

Whoa guys, this one is tender, funny, (at times) crass, and steamy!

Normally, this one would be too steamy for my personal liking (certainly a plus for other readers). And the foul language interspersed would definitely give my mom some serious side-eye. HOWEVER, I don’t think I can rate it lower because of that.

Point being, those elements didn’t detract from the amazing story underneath about vulnerability, grief, debilitating anxiety, and trust.

As someone who also battles my own inner anxiety demons, I found this account of two people who face different levels of anxiety (from their basic personalities to past trauma) to be really accurate, relatable, and vulnerable. The struggles and difficulties both Dani and Zaf face really bring the story alive and have you rooting for both their personal journeys to healing and their burgeoning relationship.

If you enjoy relatable mental and social struggles in your stories (with a healthy side of sexy steam), then pick up this new romantic comedy by Talia Hibbert!
 
Thank you to Avon Books and NetGalley for a complimentary copy in exchange for my honest opinion.
 

Book Details

Take a Hint, Dani Brown
(The Brown Sisters #2)

by Talia Hibbert
Paperback, 400 pages
Expected publication: June 23rd 2020 by Avon

Summary

"Take a Hint, Dani Brown" is a hot new romantic comedy (second in Talia Hibbert's series) about the struggles of anxiety, past trauma, and the vulnerability it takes to break down your walls to heal and let someone love you. A little on the crass and steamy side for my general liking, but SO MUCH FUN, VULNERABILITY, AND HEART!

— Cassie
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