When runaway Carter Lee Hays picks up an elderly hitchhiker, he begrudgingly agrees to drive the famous but dying folk musician (who is haunted by the ghost of Woody Guthrie) to Glory, Oklahoma. Along the way, Carter Lee falls in love with a second hitchhiker, a whimsical banjo player named Tilly, and struggles to stay one step ahead of his father–a small-town sheriff who is in hot pursuit.
The devil made ’em do it.
Girl meets boy at a car wash. And probably this would have been a sweet teen romance . . . except that the girl’s grandfather sold his soul for a classic Cadillac and he used her soul as collateral, too. Which the devil has come to collect, along with the car. Now eighteen-year-old Bug Smoot has to fight for both. Good thing she knows how to fight dirty. Good thing nothing frightens Bug Smoot: not the repo man, not the paranormal creatures, not séances or driving too fast. And good thing that boy from the car wash is actually a supernatural secret agent.
This is one helluva ride.
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