the truth about being alone
After spending the first six weeks of her junior year in the hospital, slightly depressed (but mostly tired) Everett Meyers finds it hard to fit back into the routine of her small Catholic school, especially considering she lost what little faith she had back at the hospital. So when Everett’s parents suggest that she move to a traditional high school after the semester ends, she’s quick to agree.
Before she knows it, Everett is saying goodbye to everything she used to know and staring down the main (and very crowded) hallway of North View High School. Coming to a new school in the middle of the year proves more difficult than Everett thought, because she not only has a lot of school work to make up, but also has to figure out how the hell to make some friends. But when her counselor decides she needs a tutor, Everett gains a whole lot more than homework help.
Because with Carson Heffer, there’s always more than meets the eye.