Seventeen-year-old Waverly Lyons is from Vermont; she doesn’t do sun. But after her divorced parents can’t agree on who gets to have her for the summer, Waverly gets shipped off to Holden, Florida to spend a couple months with her aunt, Rachel. Her hopes for the perfect summer seem crushed. Then she meets Blake Hamilton, Rachel’s seventeen-year-old neighbor. He’s athletic, outgoing, arrogant, tan, and pretty much Waverly’s exact opposite. She's eager to avoid him at all costs, hoping to fit in with the other kids in Holden without drawing too much attention to herself. But when Blake discovers that Waverly has been hiding the rather embarrassing secret that she can’t swim, he does the unthinkable: he offers to teach her. © 2013 All rights reserved.
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I have lived my whole life in a tropical place and I'm pale af
Um they really shouldn't be surfing. It's a well known beach rule not to surf during or after sunset because that's when sharks feast... Hah have fun....
GUYS stop overreacting. It's in Waverly's character to think that. She's not popular and non-popular people tend to think that of popular people.
This girl is my spirit animal.
Bruh, I can't even be socially genius with my friends!
This reminds me of toy story with the potato heads: "darling remember to pack your angry eyes"
Nah. I'm a sarcastic butthole with no emotions so I would probably be like "can we go now? I don't like these people."

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