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The game’s afoot in the next book of the Bookish Boyfriends series—this time starring Huck and Winston! After Ms. Gregoire assigns the works of Sherlock Holmes in English class, a mystery deepens at Reginald R. Hero High. Huck and Win—Curtis’s younger brother—team up to solve the case . . . and while the sleuths gather clues, another swoon-worthy romance blooms in the scho The game’s afoot in the next book of the Bookish Boyfriends series—this time starring Huck and Winston! After Ms. Gregoire assigns the works of Sherlock Holmes in English class, a mystery deepens at Reginald R. Hero High. Huck and Win—Curtis’s younger brother—team up to solve the case . . . and while the sleuths gather clues, another swoon-worthy romance blooms in the school halls. Perfect for younger readers of YA or older readers of middle grade, this squeaky-clean series is sure to charm any reader who’s ever had a book boyfriend of their own.


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The game’s afoot in the next book of the Bookish Boyfriends series—this time starring Huck and Winston! After Ms. Gregoire assigns the works of Sherlock Holmes in English class, a mystery deepens at Reginald R. Hero High. Huck and Win—Curtis’s younger brother—team up to solve the case . . . and while the sleuths gather clues, another swoon-worthy romance blooms in the scho The game’s afoot in the next book of the Bookish Boyfriends series—this time starring Huck and Winston! After Ms. Gregoire assigns the works of Sherlock Holmes in English class, a mystery deepens at Reginald R. Hero High. Huck and Win—Curtis’s younger brother—team up to solve the case . . . and while the sleuths gather clues, another swoon-worthy romance blooms in the school halls. Perfect for younger readers of YA or older readers of middle grade, this squeaky-clean series is sure to charm any reader who’s ever had a book boyfriend of their own.

30 review for Get a Clue

  1. 5 out of 5

    Andi (Andi's ABCs)

    I'm so sad this series is over. If you know Tiffany you will understand what I'm saying when I say you can feel her heart in soul in all of these books! Everyone of the these characters is a piece of her and I think that is what made this series all the more special. In the end I loved Huck and Win's story just as much as I loved all the other couples. Honestly I just want more and more and more and. more! Definitely pick this one up! I'm so sad this series is over. If you know Tiffany you will understand what I'm saying when I say you can feel her heart in soul in all of these books! Everyone of the these characters is a piece of her and I think that is what made this series all the more special. In the end I loved Huck and Win's story just as much as I loved all the other couples. Honestly I just want more and more and more and. more! Definitely pick this one up!

  2. 5 out of 5

    emma

    Tiffany Schmidt I absolutely love your work and I am SO over the moon excited for another addition to one of my favorite book series! (yes, I am unashamed. Merri and I, well...I showed the book to my mom and she thought it was freaky that someone stole my personality and shoved it into a fictional character.) But I am so excited for a chance to read this book as soon as it comes out. I will drop a review of it milliseconds after reading, rereading, and re-rereading what is sure to be another lite Tiffany Schmidt I absolutely love your work and I am SO over the moon excited for another addition to one of my favorite book series! (yes, I am unashamed. Merri and I, well...I showed the book to my mom and she thought it was freaky that someone stole my personality and shoved it into a fictional character.) But I am so excited for a chance to read this book as soon as it comes out. I will drop a review of it milliseconds after reading, rereading, and re-rereading what is sure to be another literary masterpiece. Godspeed.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sophie

    In the final instalment of the Bookish Boyfriends series, a real life mystery is underway at Reginald R. Hero High. For Huck, he just wants to get through the school year, especially after recording a video that later went viral showing how sexist his science teacher was, and embarrassing a fellow student. Dealing with the aftermath of the video, and his growing feelings for his Knight Light mentor, Curtis' younger brother, Win, he isn't expecting Ms. Gregoire to assign him a book that will chan In the final instalment of the Bookish Boyfriends series, a real life mystery is underway at Reginald R. Hero High. For Huck, he just wants to get through the school year, especially after recording a video that later went viral showing how sexist his science teacher was, and embarrassing a fellow student. Dealing with the aftermath of the video, and his growing feelings for his Knight Light mentor, Curtis' younger brother, Win, he isn't expecting Ms. Gregoire to assign him a book that will change his life. But it seems he must channel Sherlock Holmes to discover just who is targeting Win in tanking his transfer application, and causing others to hate him in a faked iLive account. Will Huck and Win manage to discover the truth before the application deadline passes, or is this teenage detective in over his head? I have adored each and every one of these books, and was both overjoyed, and gutted, when my copy of Get a Clue landed on my doorstep. We've met both Huck and Win before, in the previous books as side characters, but them having their own story was amazing. Huck has always kept a low profile at Hero High, starting late as a new kid, and only really had Rory and Curtis as his friends. His first meeting with Win, Curtis' younger brother, was like fate, and the attraction was clear to all. Both were shy at first, but soon grew extremely close. I loved the mystery surrounding Win's stalker/saboteur, though I had worked out quite early who it was. I loved seeing Win and Huck's relationship flourish, though, as well as seeing characters from previous books. This book was the perfect conclusion to the series, and as gutted as I am that the series is over, I couldn't have asked for anything more. If you haven't picked these books up yet, you really need to!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Irisheyz77

    I knew before I even read Get a Clue that I would love it because I'd loved the previous three books in this series. And let me tell you Schmidt did not disappoint!! I loved everything about Get a Clue and once I started it I couldn't put it down. I loved that this isn't a coming out story and its just a lovely falling in love story with a bit of a mystery on the side. We first meet Win and Huck in previous books but Get a Clue can be read as a standalone (but if you want to see their adorable m I knew before I even read Get a Clue that I would love it because I'd loved the previous three books in this series. And let me tell you Schmidt did not disappoint!! I loved everything about Get a Clue and once I started it I couldn't put it down. I loved that this isn't a coming out story and its just a lovely falling in love story with a bit of a mystery on the side. We first meet Win and Huck in previous books but Get a Clue can be read as a standalone (but if you want to see their adorable meet cute moment be sure to check out Talk Nerdy to Me). I really liked how both Win and Huck admitted their feelings for each other right away but they try not to act on them as they work together to find out who is behind some nefarious happenings that are having a drastic effect on Win's life. Win and Huck are such opposites but its because of those differences that they form a strong bond as they can each look beneath the surface to see the others true self. Get a Clue had me laughing even as it tore at my heart as I just wanted these boys to have their HEA moment. I flew through the pages and now I am super sad because not only is the story over but this is also the end of the series. I loved this world and all these characters that Schmidt created and I am going to miss discovering new stories about them. I am going to miss the love and laughter that fill these pages but I'll always be able to return with re-reads and I know that I will. I can't recommend this series enough its been a true joy over the last few years and something that I think everyone should experience.

  5. 5 out of 5

    TigressJade

    I'm glad to see such a great lgbt book being included in such a charming series. I like the associated mystery within the story. So many YA books are boring murder mysteries, while this one tries and succeeds in being someing incredibly clrver and well built up. I enjoyed Huck and Win's romance. There's something to be said for having faith in someone, even when those around you do not, and this story emphasizes that in such a great way. It also takes care to prevent and dissect a potentially un I'm glad to see such a great lgbt book being included in such a charming series. I like the associated mystery within the story. So many YA books are boring murder mysteries, while this one tries and succeeds in being someing incredibly clrver and well built up. I enjoyed Huck and Win's romance. There's something to be said for having faith in someone, even when those around you do not, and this story emphasizes that in such a great way. It also takes care to prevent and dissect a potentially unhealthy relationship between some side characters that is thankfully never brought to fruition. Huck manages to help more than just Win once he figures it out and boy was this take on it refreshing! (Thank you Tiffany Schmidt for counter-troping the "if she falls for anyone it has to be me!" cliche. It's always been an unhealthy story trope where someone purposefully manipulates their crush and said crush's choices.) Also the mains make the most awesomely adorable team! I won't spoil the story points, but I'm pretty happy with my purchase. Huck and Win will always have a place on my shelf. ;) ❤

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen

    It was refreshing to read a book about teenagers who act like teenagers. It really shouldn't be this rare, but it is. Love the series but especially love this book. Huck and Win don't have big problems, but the problems that they have they care about a lot. They also care about their families and friends a lot. They are at that age where they are learning who they are and that their parent's expectations of them aren't who they have to be. That was the important message in the book. That family r It was refreshing to read a book about teenagers who act like teenagers. It really shouldn't be this rare, but it is. Love the series but especially love this book. Huck and Win don't have big problems, but the problems that they have they care about a lot. They also care about their families and friends a lot. They are at that age where they are learning who they are and that their parent's expectations of them aren't who they have to be. That was the important message in the book. That family roles and dynamics can and should change as the members of the family change and grow up. Seeing Huck learn that he doesn't have to always be "the fixer" to fit in and Win learn that he doesn't have to be the family scape goat was a nice change of pace for a series that so far has been mainly about teen romances. While there was a romance, it didn't overshadow the characters growing up and developing as people. I wish it was taught in high schools when learning about healthy relationships and family dynamics in health and wellness classes.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Brenda Daun

    The only school that would make me want to go back to high school is Hero High. I love the world and characters in the Bookish Boyfriends series. This book follows Huck as he takes on Sherlock Holmes and falls for Win. I loved how direct their love story was, and how the drama was all external, and unrelated to how they felt about each other. Sherlock is such a great character to adapt, and I loved seeing Huck come into his character. The parallels to Sherlock’s story were so great, but my favor The only school that would make me want to go back to high school is Hero High. I love the world and characters in the Bookish Boyfriends series. This book follows Huck as he takes on Sherlock Holmes and falls for Win. I loved how direct their love story was, and how the drama was all external, and unrelated to how they felt about each other. Sherlock is such a great character to adapt, and I loved seeing Huck come into his character. The parallels to Sherlock’s story were so great, but my favorite was his growing addiction to coffee. The ending fell a little flat for me unfortunately. I didn’t really understand the reasoning behind why the guilty person did what they did. I almost feel like this was just a Gossip Girl scenario where the writer panicked and just chose someone to be guilty. Regardless, I love this series, and will never be ready for it to be over.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jaymie

    5 stars = Outstanding! Every time a new book in this series releases I think "It can't top the awesomeness of the last one." And every time, it does. This was a delight from start to finish. I loved Huck and Win. I loved the mystery Huck is trying to solve. I love how he "gets" Win in a way no one else seems to, and how hard Huck works to help Win believe in himself. It's lovely! I am devastated that this is going to be the last book in the series, at least for now. I have counted on these books t 5 stars = Outstanding! Every time a new book in this series releases I think "It can't top the awesomeness of the last one." And every time, it does. This was a delight from start to finish. I loved Huck and Win. I loved the mystery Huck is trying to solve. I love how he "gets" Win in a way no one else seems to, and how hard Huck works to help Win believe in himself. It's lovely! I am devastated that this is going to be the last book in the series, at least for now. I have counted on these books to be a happy, funny, warm and fuzzy escape from the world. They are true comfort books for me. I'll have to settle for reading them over and over again.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Rachael R.

    As usual, bookish boyfriends is a book I'm going to be rereading many times over! This one has a different spin which was also fun. Every time I thought I solved the mystery, I doubted myself. The main characters are always working on self discovery with the benefit of continuing to hear more about our other friends from Hero High. I'm still longing for the story of Lance! I was thrilled for the hints about him in this book. I'm not sure what I need to do as a reader to campaign for another book As usual, bookish boyfriends is a book I'm going to be rereading many times over! This one has a different spin which was also fun. Every time I thought I solved the mystery, I doubted myself. The main characters are always working on self discovery with the benefit of continuing to hear more about our other friends from Hero High. I'm still longing for the story of Lance! I was thrilled for the hints about him in this book. I'm not sure what I need to do as a reader to campaign for another book in this series. I continue to recommend this series to as many people as possible!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Francesca Kyanda

    I went into this thinking it would purely be a romance, but the mystery was a huge part of it. I just wish we'd focused more on Huck and Win's relationship, especially since this is the first book with a main queer character that this author has written. I do love Huck though, he's so good-natured. I went into this thinking it would purely be a romance, but the mystery was a huge part of it. I just wish we'd focused more on Huck and Win's relationship, especially since this is the first book with a main queer character that this author has written. I do love Huck though, he's so good-natured.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Alisha Tucker

    Tiffany Schmidt does it again in another amazing Bookish Boyfriend adventure! The puzzles of mystery and love had me unable to put the book down!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    *4.5 stars*

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kiki Z

    This had a lot of cute moments but Win’s personality wasn’t very prominent, I didn’t buy the romance half the time, and there were too many minor/side characters.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ruth Santiago

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It felt lagging and slow for a bit but then as the book progressed it flew by quick. I loved Wins pet. And I felt connected to Hucks coffee consumption.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rose

    Love this series, I preordered the book as soon as I saw, so a definite 5 stars. I adore the author and I cant wait for more books to come.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Pixie/PageTurners Blog(Amber) C.

    I really enjoy this series. It's just a cute, fun contemporary with a twist. This series is very wholesome and clean. The basis is teens struggling with everyday teen issues and coping with boyfriends and all that comes with being in High School. Their English teacher has an uncanny ability, to assign them the PERFECT book, to help with the problems they are having. I really enjoy this series. It's just a cute, fun contemporary with a twist. This series is very wholesome and clean. The basis is teens struggling with everyday teen issues and coping with boyfriends and all that comes with being in High School. Their English teacher has an uncanny ability, to assign them the PERFECT book, to help with the problems they are having.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Steph Beaudoin

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kaia Divisconti

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lingresi

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kat

  21. 5 out of 5

    Duks

  22. 4 out of 5

    Amy

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ariana Silvani

  24. 4 out of 5

    Janel

  25. 4 out of 5

    Heather Castle

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ria

  27. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

  28. 4 out of 5

    Laura Swartz

  29. 4 out of 5

    Carlos

  30. 5 out of 5

    Selorna Ackuayi

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