Book Review | Take A Hint Dani Brown | By Talia Hibbert
Narrative and Plot
Take a Hint, Dani Brown is the second book in The Brown Sisters series. This book is an absolute delight to read. It is just pleasant, warm and fuzzy in terms of the tone. The narrative alternates between Danika and Zafir. Both of them have this charm and exuberance that resonates throughout the story.
The plot is not just a shallow fake dating story. It sheds light on a lot of things. The story maintains a lighter tone, while dealing with many issues like anxiety, depression, self doubt. And yet, it acknowledges the gravity of these issues in its own way.
Characters and Conflicts
Danika and Zafir are both lovable characters. Their charm is what makes the story tick. Danika is a workaholic who maintains a no nonsense front. But at the core, she is a soft hearted woman who was hurt in life and is struggling with self doubts. Danika is not letting it get to her, but she has a way of dealing with her own problems.
Zafir on the other hand is a kind and soft hearted man, if you get to know him. But there is more to him than that easy charm. He is a strong individual who is trying his best to get over his grief and tackle his life, so to speak. When these two come together in a relationship, what unfolds is just a sweet romance.
They might not be perfect but together, they are perfect. Zafir’s family is fun to read. Also, Chloe and Redford give us glimpses now and then, that might jog up old memories of “Get a Life Chloe Brown.” (review)
Overall, this is a swoon worthy delightful read, if you enjoy romance novels. Only thing – you ought to stay careful while listening to the audiobook. Just in case, because this is one hot read! I mean Zafir can pull it off as cute, but can we? Take a hint, people.
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Great review! Sounds like a really good book! I like it when authors respectfully work in themes like depression and anxiety, so bonus points for that! Glad you enjoyed your read!
Thank you. Yes, I think anxiety was dealt in a matured manner in this book even if the theme was light hearted overall