Everything I Was by Corinne Demas
"My walls were stripped, and all that was left in the room was a pile of boxes and my mattress propped against the wall."
So begins Irene's journey from an Upper West Side penthouse to—well, she's not entirely sure where. Irene's investment banker father is "downsized" when his company merges with another. When he can't find work, her family's lifestyle—and her socialite mother's spending—quickly catches up with them. Eventually, they're forced to move in with Irene's grandfather in the big family farmhouse upstate. But what begins as the most disastrous summer of her life takes a surprising turn when she meets a most remarkable family.
I'm not very far into the book, but it seems good so far. I'm eager to see how things will turn out for Irene.