After her mom's dead (that happens in the first book in the series, which I didn't read), Evie comes to live with her uncle Scott. When she is finally adapting to her new life, her father, who she has never seen before, shows up and starts a custody battle.
Although Evie is funny, I didn't enjoy the story the whole time. Some moments were great, and in many others the story seems to drag. The plot seemed broken, starting with the custody case, followed by many smaller plots, and coming back to the custody battle again at the end.
I think I'm in a minority regarding this book, which has a great rating average, but it didn't work for me.
I received this copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.