As previously stated, the Blue Reef chromis ( from the Atlantic) gets too large for a 35 gal
tank. I used to get them regularly in my warehouse and they never did well in smaller tanks ( even when small) as they like to constantly swim. You would be better to get a damsel that sets up a home spot in the tank than chromis that school and need swimming space.
You would then possibly have an issue with the damsel becoming too aggressive with the other fish in the tank. A smaller tank such as yours would be a better fit, I believe, more for smaller fish like Gobies, Blennies, Cardinals, Basslets, etc. that don't need the swimming space. ( I used my 30 long for a breeding pair of Banggai cardinals. )