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Review: Being Brooke by Emma Hart


My name is Brooke Barker…

And I’m a freaking disaster.

No, seriously. I’m a college drop-out working a dead-end job, my best friend Carly’s dog gets more action than I do, and I have more bad dates in my diary than there are movie remakes.

Not to mention I’m completely and utterly in love with Cain Elliott.

The problem? He’s in a relationship. With a girl who’s so plastic she makes Barbie cry herself to sleep with jealousy.

The second problem? He’s my best friend.

My shut-up-and-put-on-Harry-Potter, yes-this-is-your-shirt, help-I-have-no-power, crap-I’m-out-of-tampons, kinda best friend.

And that’s all he can be, right?


(Being Brooke is a standalone romantic comedy. Hilarious, super-sexy, and possibly highly inappropriate at times, this is the perfect feel-good read!)



My Review

“I don’t want a perfectly nice guy. I want someone who sets my soul on fire.”

“You’re chaos, Brooke Barker. Luckily for you, I happen to love chaos.”

What can I tell you about Being Brooke? Well, Being Brooke is a ton of fun. This book is filled with lots of humor and Brooke is impossible to not fall in love with. Brooke is a wonderful and real character. I loved how she wasn’t afraid to speak her mind and that she didn’t really have a filter. She was a hot mess and so far from perfect and I think that made her totally relateable.

Being Brooke is the highly anticipated new stand-alone novel from Emma Hart. This book is smart, funny and entertaining as hell. You won’t want to put this book down for fear of missing what Brooke will do next. I absolutely loved the banter between Brooke and Cain. I adored their friendship and loved how Cain handled Brooke’s crazy. These two were so perfectly matched, you just couldn’t wait for them to both see it!

Overall, I thought this book was a really enjoyable read. I thought it was well written and very entertaining. This book captivated me from beginning to end. I easily devoured it in one sitting and couldn’t help but fall in love with Brooke and Cain.

*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review*

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