Love, Chloe by Alessandra Torre
Love, Chloe description
Chloe Madison. That’s me. A former NYU princess who fell from grace, right off my pampered Manhattan throne and onto the unforgiving steps of Nicole Brantley, socialite and queen bitch. Now, I walked her dog and mixed her smoothies. Tried to navigate my own problems while fixing all of hers.
I wanted what every New York girl did. A career, an apartment, and true love, preferably in a smoking hot package.
It turned out … I’d have to fight for all of it.
Going into Love, Chloe, I had no preconceived notions going into this book. I did not read the Cosmo column, so I really only had a general idea that a rich girl loses her money and has to get her life back on track.
From the moment I started reading it I was in. I’m not surprised because Alessandra always pulls me in. I kept thinking, where is this book going to take me? What kind of ride is it going to be?
From the start I loved Chloe’s friends. They are her rock, rich as all get out, but her true friends. Instead of giving up on her, they help her through this “tough” transition in life.
Enter Vic the ex. Well maybe ex. I found myself cheering for him, and even felt bad for him at times. His acts of love are what I want, being as I’m in the same position as Chloe, and I couldn’t help root for the guy. I have rooted for much worse in books, and they got the girl.
That brings us to Carter. Well isn’t he just something. That’s all I’ve got to say about that. He’s something alright.
Love, Chloe hit me in all the right spots. I was ticked-off at Chloe’s parents for her, I swooned when she swooned, I was confused when she was confused, and I was hot and bothered when she was hot and bothered. This may be one of Alessandra’s less steamier books, but when she steams in this one, oh buddy, it steams. You might even learn a trick or two.