Summary (from Goodreads):
“What is Normal?
For Trevor normal was fast guitar licks, catching game-winning passes and partying all night. Until a car accident leaves Trevor with no band, no teammates and no chance of graduating. It’s kinda hard to ace your finals when you’ve been in a coma. The last thing he needs is stuck-up Everly Jenkins as his new tutor—those beautiful blue eyes catching every last flaw.
For Everly normal was a perfect family around the dinner table, playing piano at Sunday service and sunning by the pool. Until she discovers her whole life is a lie. Now the perfect pastor’s daughter is hiding a life-changing secret, one that is slowly tearing her family apart. And spending the summer with notorious flirt Trevor Lewis means her darkest secret could be exposed.”
Oh, wow, this book. You know how you have certain stereotypes of people? Trevor and Everly seem to be straight out of central casting, the kind of people that you know almost immediately, essentially just from reading their names and descriptions? This book shatters them all.
It’s a love story, but it’s so much more than that. It’s about learning to accept your life as it is, not as you wish it would be, and about many other types of relationships. Trevor and Everly both have to learn how to redefine family and how to repair those specific relationships.
This is the kind of book that will stick with you and will make you call someone you love.