I received an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review
Bookish Boyfriends by Tiffany Schmidt revolves around Merri and her obsession with her “book boyfriends”. Attended a co-ed school for the first time since the sixth grade, Merri is very excited to make her romantic dreams come true.
I’m giving a strong 4.5/5 on this one. As this book doesn’t come out until May, I’m going to hold off on a major review until later.
In the meantime, what I do want to say about this book is that it wasn’t at all what I was expecting. I went in after just skimming the description on NetGalley and after being approved, I wasn’t really expecting much out if it other than it was going to be a bit of fluff.
What I actually got was a book about young love and how expectations rarely live up to reality. I got a very diverse and feminist novel about the importance of boundaries, no meaning no, and never under estimate someone for being different.
I look forward to sharing my full review closer to the release date of this wonderfully written book. If you’re looking for a fun bit of realistic romantic comedy in the future, pick this book up.