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Serena Yates
I enjoyed this story about two students, polar opposites of each other, who get thrown together in a car pool and each have to deal with their perceived notions of the other.

There was a lot of humor as Tyler, the proverbial jock, and Eliot, the class nerd, get to know the person behind the stereotype. Not that they want to, but since circumstances force them into working together, they have no choice. I thought it was funny and entertaining.
Noughty
Sweet short story. Characters are a little stereotypical but not too much. AT the same time they are breaking stereotypes. It could be longer. It's a really short read.
OkayKim
4.25
Cute!
Leah
Jul 01, 2011 Leah marked it as to-read
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