You know the corny old saying about how, in life, when one door closes another one opens. Well that’s maybe how things are supposed to work but occasionally, if you’re really out of luck, when one door shuts another one immediately slams right in your face. So, from there the only way is up, right? Six months ago, twenty-three-year old Mike Jacobs was at rock bottom, sleeping in his car, after losing his job and then getting dumped and evicted by his girlfriend from their shared apartment. Then completely out of the blue comes a job offer from a stranger in a bar, which leads him down a new career path, as a stretch limo driver. A week later, as he nervously sets off from the garage on his very first job wearing the provided uniform, which comprises white shirt, black tie, a chauffeur cap and extremely tight black pants, Mike slips on his Ray-Bans and quickly discovers that working in the customer-facing, hands-on sector of the service economy really has a lot going for it in terms of fringe benefits. But the partying college girls have absolutely nothing to worry about, because whatever happens in the back of Mike’s stretch limo, stays in his stretch limo. But only until the next book.