ARC Review: Love, Chloe by Alessandra Torre

Posted March 20, 2016 by Francesca in Reviews / 3 Comments

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ARC Review: Love, Chloe by Alessandra Torre
Love, Chloe
by Alessandra Torre

4 Stars


Released: March 14th 2016
Published by Self Published
Pages: 400
Format: eARC

Recommended Read!

“I really liked Chloe!  And that’s the key to enjoying this book because it’s all about her story.”
~ Under the Covers

I really didn’t know what to expect going in when I started reading this.  Again Ms. Torre gives us something different and unlike other things I’ve read by her before.  And I actually really like that about her books!  I will say LOVE, CHLOE is more like a chick lit book than a standard contemporary romance. It would really make for a great romantic comedy movie!  But this feel of the book actually makes sense since this story was originally written as a serial released on

That being said, I really liked Chloe!  And that’s the key to enjoying this book because it’s all about her story.  She’s a spoiled little rich girl, living a pretty stereotypical life, until her parents are accused of embezzling a ton of money and all her family assets are seized.  She’s left sleeping in her best friend’s couch, with no money to finish paying her college tuition and having to take a job as an assistant/dog walker.

I loved how she took control of her life based on the situation she faced.  She doesn’t wallow in self pity and act entitled.  She just takes her circumstances by the balls and wants to grow and get settled.  I loved how she adapted.

Now, there is romance in this story.  But I think the author did a great job at making the romance just another part of Chloe.  I’m not sure if that makes sense, but her romantic troubles are just part of how she’s moving along her personal quest to becoming an adult standing on her own two feet.  And ultimately, I’m happy with the HEA.

All in all, a very different read than I was expecting but at the same time one that grabbed my attention and didn’t let go until I had seen how it all ended.  Can’t wait for the next book by Ms. Torre!






About Alessandra Torre

A New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author, Alessandra Torre has written thirteen novels, three of which have become New York Times bestsellers.

Her first book, Blindfolded Innocence, was a breakout hit, rising to the top of the ebook charts on Amazon where it attracted the interest of major publishing houses and garnered Torre her first print deal with Harlequin HQN. Less than twelve months later, Torre signed a second print deal, this time with Redhook (Hachette) for the Deanna Madden series, an erotic suspense trilogy.

From her home on the Emerald Coast in Florida, she devotes several hours each day to various writing projects and interacting with her fans on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Happily married and with one son, she loves watching SEC football games, horseback riding, reading and watching movies.


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I like how you described that the romance is an extension of the character


I enjoyed this book as well…thanks for sharing your thoughts Francesca

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Thanks for the review, I’m looking forward to reading.