Chloe has a perfect life: she gets good grades, has supportive friends, and an amazing boyfriend. But her life is not what meets the eye, in reality Chloe's home life is far from perfect. At home, she is constantly worrying about her autistic sister, Ivy. Through time, she notices that her sister feels lonely so she decides to set her up with Ethan, a boy in Ivy’s special needs class. Unbeknownst to her, Ethan’s brother is David, one of the few people that Chloe cannot stand. They constantly get into heated arguments in English class, and David always berates and mocks her in public. But as David and Chloe begin to spend more time with one another, they begin to develop an attraction for each other. I don’t really read YA realistic fiction, but this book was my one exception.
- @Vaseline of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library