Get A Life Chloe Brown Favourite Quotes

Hi everyone, I hope you are all having an amazing day. I have to say I never thought I would ever sit down to do a favourite quotes post featuring a romance book as it’s a genre I really never saw myself getting into but Get A Life Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert has completely changed my mind and couldn’t not showcase some of the amazing quotes in this.


“You think this is a big deal because, no offense, you’ve had a lot of people in your life who claimed to care about you but didn’t act like it. That’s not me. I can cook, and right now, you can’t. So I’m doing it for you because that’s how people should behave; they should fill in each other’s gaps. Don’t think about it too hard.”

“Bravery wasn’t an identity, so much as a choice.”

“Love is certainly never safe, but it’s absolutely worth it.”

“Life hurts,” he said fiercely. “It’s unavoidable. But I know the difference between torture and growing pains.”

“You were hurt, and you reacted. You were in an unhealthy situation in more ways than one, and you panicked and cleansed everything with fire. Don’t dismiss your emotions and your self-protection as just a fucked-up decision. Don’t reduce something so complex and real and important to nothing.”

“I watched because…when you paint,” she said softly. “You seem so vital. It was addictive. It felt like coming to life.”

“She’d been hunting for an indescribable thrill, a feeling she remembered from nights out with her friends, but she’d misunderstood where the feeling came from. It wasn’t about drinking and partying in some dingy club. It had been about the people. The constant laughter they shared, too high on each other to care that they were being obnoxious. Group trips to the bathroom like a small army unit, where the mission objective was helping each other squat over filthy toilets without their dresses touching the seat. Belonging.”

What are your favourite quotes from this novel?

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