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BLOG TOUR: The Boy Next Story (Bookish Boyfriends #2) by Tiffany Schmidt [REVIEW + GIVEAWAY]

Title: The Boy Next Story (Bookish Boyfriends #2)

Author: Tiffany Scmidt

Format: eARC

Published: May 21, 2019 by Amulet Paperbacks

Genre:  Romance, Young Adult, Contemporary

The second book in a series where your favorite literary characters come to life, inspired by the timeless classic, Little Women!

There’s no one better than the boy next door. At least not according to Aurora Campbell, fourteen, who has been in love with Tobias May since their very first sandbox kiss. The problem is, he’s in love with her older sister, Merrilee. And Merri is already dating one of his best friends.

Rory is learning all about pining as her class reads The Great Gatsby, a book she doesn’t find “great” at all. Also not great—her GPA, something she needs to fix, quickly, if she’d like to apply for the chance to spend a week studying art with her hero in New York City over winter break. But when Ms. Gregoire assigns her to read Little Women for extra credit, Rory discovers more than she expected—both about herself and Toby. Maybe she wasn’t in love with the boy next door. . . but the boy next story.

Love is complicated, and it’s all about to get even trickier for Rory at Reginald R. Hero Prep . . . where with the help of one quirky English teacher, students’ fantasies come true, often with surprising consequences.

Tiffany Schmidt is the author of Send Me a Sign, Bright Before Sunrise, and Hold Me Like a Breath (Once Upon a Crime Family book 1). 

She’s found her happily ever after in Pennsylvania with her saintly husband, impish twin boys, and a pair of mischievous puggles.

You can find out more about her and her books at:, or by following her on Twitter @TiffanySchmidt.

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Rory is the youngest Campbell girl who secretly crush her neighbor, Toby. She is an artist and loves to paint. However, her English grade is failing. 

I like how quirky, charming and interesting the characters are. It’s always fun to read books that you wish to have sister like Merri. It’s also appealing to see Toby and Rory’s relationship. Rory felt alone and struggle how make friends with her art classmates but she grows and becomes stronger and admirable person. 

This Boy Next Story is easy read, entertaining but there are some parts that it drags me not to read it. There are moments that I am losing interest because it may sound not mature (maybe it is just me being sensitive). But overall it is light, sweet, cute and interesting read.

Win a copy of BOOKISH BOYFRIENDS: THE BOY NEXT STORY by Tiffany Schmidt (US Only)

Start Date: 21stMay 2019 End Date: 4thJune 2019

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