Synopses & Reviews
There's nothing more annoying than working in a coffee shop inside a gas station—and not being able to drive. And having to deliver coffee to your bus driver.
Kamikaze Bus Driver sips his coffee, then charges back into traffic before I can even take a seat. I reach out for a seat back to hold on to, but the bus swerves and I fall onto the end of a seat that's already taken, right into the lap of none other than Mike Kyle.
I'm shocked. Mike's never been on this bus before. This runs against the laws of nature. I'm just so stunned I can't help blurting, "What are you doing here?" completely impolitely. Then I realize I'm still sitting on his lap.
Peggy Fleming Farrell's summer is not going according to plan. But she's sure she can turn things around, if she can just get a certain IHOP waiter to finally notice her.
About the Author
Catherine Clark is the author of several young adult novels, including The Alison Rules, Maine Squeeze, and So Inn Love. She lives in Minneapolis with her husband and daughter, and takes family road trips whenever and wherever she can. (But not on buses.)