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The Way You Make Me Feel

Maurene Goo

With her signature warmth and humor, Maurene Goo (I Believe in a Thing Called Love, 2017) returns with a humorous story of love, new friendships, and a unique food truck. Clara Shin loves the spirited life she lives in L.A. with her young Korean-Brazilian dad. After a prom prank goes too far, she’s forced to take a summer job working in her father’s hot, cramped food truck the KoBra alongside her classmate and enemy, Rose Carver. But even after many fights, Clara and Rose come to see each other less as adversaries and more as friends. Meanwhile, Clara finds a love interest in Hamlet, a cute boy who works at a nearby coffee stand. Surprisingly, she becomes attached to KoBra and encourages her dad to realize his dream of opening a restaurant.