Review: My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick

My Life Next Door is a sweet, fluffy teen romance with some sad bits, the kind of book that is suitable to pass on to tweens who are looking to read something a bit grown up, without the worry of the narrative being too, cough, cough, grown up. The plot isn't terribly original--Samantha Reed, a spoiled but often neglected rich girl, falls for the working class boy from next door and their romance is almost torn apart by tragedy--but the telling is light and breezy, and the leading characters likeable enough.

There really isn't much that I can say about this one, but if you're looking for a light and safe romance, this one ticks all the right boxes.


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