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Chloe Liese

Chloe Liese writes inclusive romance because she believes everyone deserves a love story. Portraying underrepresented experiences, her romances embrace humor, heart, and heat, with a dash of nerdiness for good measure. She's an avid reader, lover of leggings, and can't eat enough mint chocolate ice cream. In early 2019 Chloe received the diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (formerly aligned with Asperger’s Syndrome). She is a vocal proponent and supporter of #OwnVoices writing to represent ASD and other marginalized voices.


Genres: Romantic Suspense, Romance
New Books
November 2022

Two Wrongs Make a Right
(Wilmot Sisters, book 1)
April 2023

If Only You
(Bergman Brothers, book 6)
Chloe Liese recommends
Weather Girl (2022)
Rachel Lynn Solomon
"As slow-burn hot as it is achingly heartfelt, Weather Girl reminds us that we deserve to love and be loved for who we truly are, rain or shine."
A Brush with Love (2022)
Mazey Eddings
"Tenderly written and oh-so-sexy, A Brush with Love brims with emotional depth, whip-smart banter, and sizzling chemistry. This OwnVoices romantic comedy completely stole my heart."
Love in the Time of Serial Killers (2022)
Alicia Thompson
"Smart, clever, and slow-burn steamy, Love in the Time of Serial Killers is a fresh, lovable rom-com that tackles facing our fear of not only the worst life can bring but the very best and being brave enough to take a chance on love."
When in Rome (2022)
Sarah Adams
"My Audrey Hepburn-loving heart is so happy! When in Rome is a delectable romance, sweet and satisfying as a slice of warm apple pie."
Just Like Magic (2022)
Sarah Hogle
"This gloriously zany holiday rom-com completely stole my heart. Sarah Hogle's Just Like Magic is hilarious, topsy-turvy antics wrapped around a heartfelt, touching gift - a reflection on the bittersweet, delightful, unexpected ways we can encounter hope, healing, and head-over-heels love."
Kiss Her Once for Me (2022)
Alison Cochrun
"Kiss Her Once for Me is a gift of a story. Capturing the festive charm and nostalgia of the season, the fresh-fallen-snow wonder of falling head over heels, this holiday romance also reminds us that giving and receiving love can be as tangled as a knot of Christmas lights, yet with patience and perseverance, finally unwound, no less beautiful, the glowing joy we all deserve."

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