Things Chloe knew: Her sister, Ivy, was lonely. Ethan was a perfect match. Ethan’s brother, David, was an arrogant jerk.
Well, I wonder where on earth this plot could possibly be going?
No, I'm being snarky, but there was an element of 'Well, obviously Chloe and David are going to end up together'. Spoiler Alert: they do.
Despite this, there were a couple of twists that kept it interesting and on the whole it was pretty well written.
The autism representation was authentic (I know from experience) and made me chuckle in recognition in a few places, especially with the bluntness with which Ivy and Ethan speak and their mortification when they get social situations wrong.
Ivy and Ethan are both moderately high-functioning and were really great characters. David and Chloe were similarly interesting characters although obviously in a different way and the relationships they had with their siblings was very touching.
This wasn't a very long book, but it was a nice enough read and everything was sewn up nicely in the end.