Praise for The Boy Next Door

From RT Book Reviews:

"Chick-lit groupies will be charmed with this laugh-out-loud, one-of-a- kind romance guaranteed to please. Costa’s voice is original, animated and so refreshing that readers will smile from start to finish. The narrative is delivered with such spunk and the characters are so lively, book lovers will be delighted to share this one with friends."

From Princess Bookie:

"These two were such great characters.  I loved both of them, and saw myself falling for Jason, despite the things about him we couldn't control.  I never once felt sorry for him, I just felt for him.  He was funny and he could be serious and really be there for you.

Of course, I wanted Jason and Tasha to end up together, who wouldn't?  Open your eyes Tasha and realize he's not just the boy next door.

This one had me laughing out loud numerous times and at times I wanted to yell."

From The Autumn Review:

"Oh I just loved Tasha and Jason's story!! The Boy Next Door was such a heartfelt, real, and humorous look into the world of two people who were so alike, but who's lives were entirely different. I just fell in love with these characters and the journey they had to take to find their way back to each other!"

From Sub Club Books:

"This book is humorous, heartwarming, and cute. It has a different approach to the norm we are used to in regards to the leading man. I truly enjoyed every single moment of it! It put a BIG smile on my face. It shows us that perfection is in the eye of the beholder, that there is no shame in falling for something or someone 'different' in the eyes of society, we all come in different shapes and colors, but at the end of the day what matters is the person we are and what we hold in our hearts. Everyone has different adversities and challenges to overcome and no matter what physical difference there is it does not make you less than the next person.

This is truly a GREAT read, it is fun and I thank Annabelle for writing this wonderful romance and approaching subjects that is common in the real world but not always in the fictional world."

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