San Mateo County Libraries is excited to welcome Talia Hibbert, author of the popular Brown Sisters series on Saturday, December 4 at 12:00 PM. Join us as she discusses her writing, reads from her books and takes questions from the audience.
In Get A Life, Chloe Brown, Chloe is a chronically ill computer geek with a goal, a plan and a list. She’s come up with seven directives to "get a life.” Redford, tattooed handyman, motorcyclist and secret artist, might be just the one to help her rebel.
Take A Hint, Dani Brown, stars Danika, who is tired of romance and focused instead on her professional success and academic renown. She'd like a friends-with-benefits situation. Instead, Dani finds herself entangled in a fake relationship with Zafir, an ex-rugby player, brooding security guard and secret hopeless romantic.
In Act Your Age, Eve Brown, Eve is a certified hot mess. After ruining an expensive wedding, she interviews for an open chef position with Jacob, local B&B owner and controlling perfectionist. As sunny, chaotic Eve flutters around infiltrating Jacob’s work, his kitchen and his spare bedroom, their animosity turns into something else.
Register to meet Talia Hibbert on Saturday, December 4 at 12:00 PM and to receive information on how to obtain a promotional copy of Get a Life, Chloe Brown! Purchase signed bookplate copies of the Brown Sisters series through the Foundation for San Mateo County Libraries, opens a new window.
Praise for Talia Hibbert
Talia Hibbert, opens a new window is a New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author who lives in a bedroom full of books. Supposedly, there is a world beyond that room, but she has yet to drum up enough interest to investigate. Hibbert writes steamy, diverse romance because she believes that people of marginalized identities need honest and positive representation. Her interests include makeup, junk food and unnecessary sarcasm.
“This satisfying conclusion to Hibbert’s 'Brown Sisters' trilogy provides a happily ever after for the third Brown sister. Through Jacob and Eve, both characters on the autism spectrum, Hibbert explores themes of self-discovery and belonging with her trademark humor and sensitivity, providing plenty of heat as her characters begin to understand each other.” — Library Journal Starred Review
“Hibbert joins important voices in contemporary romance who write steamy page-turners where the characters look nothing like they did a generation ago—and that’s a wonderful thing.” — The Washington Post
“Magical … Dani and Zaf's ability to … push past the fear of rejection and cope with depression and anxiety, as well as their devilishly good dialogue, make for engaging and authentic diverse characters. Hibbert is a rising star, and this tale will appeal to all contemporary romance fans, including those who enjoy British romantic comedies.” — Booklist Starred Review