Seventeen-year-old Lindsey Taylor lives a charmed life—always the lead in school plays, possessor of a healthy entourage and a hot boyfriend. But then she gets dumped and screws up her audition for the spring play. The Theater teacher wants her to run lines with Trey Berger, a gamer who irritates her by simply opening his mouth. Could things get any worse?
Trey can barely tolerate Lindsey. It’s bad enough that their best friends are dating and he has to see Lindsey outside of school. Rehearse together? He’d rather chill with his live-in grandmother who has Dementia.
But as the semester continues, Trey discovers there’s more to Lindsey than the drama queen persona she puts on for everyone else’s benefit. And that Lindsey might be someone he could care about. A lot.
While Lindsey tries to change her luck and heal from the breakup, Trey slowly becomes her best friend. He makes her laugh. And holds her when she cries. Could he possibly become something more?