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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Right of Way by Lauren Barnholdt. Can a road trip repair a romance gone wrong? Here are Peyton and Jace, meeting on vacation.
This is the real deal. Or lie. And when your life s Can a road trip repair a romance gone wrong? Here are Peyton and Jace again, broken up but thrown together on a road trip. One of them is lying about the destination.
One of them is pretending not to be leaving something behind. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Other Editions 8. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Right of Way , please sign up. Can you read this without reading Two-Way Street? Laura I think so, because Courtney and Jordan both make an appearance in this book but the author explains that they know each other.
I don't think you need …more I think so, because Courtney and Jordan both make an appearance in this book but the author explains that they know each other. See 1 question about Right of Way…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Right of Way. Shelves: young-adult , lol , easy-read , contemporary , physically-owned-books. I read this companion to Two-Way Street right after finishing the said book. This time the story is about Peyton and Jace, new characters but who are somehow connected to Jordan and Courtney so we still get glimpses of the latter couple.
View all 15 comments. Sep 23, Racquel rated it it was amazing Shelves: road-trip , must-buy-authors , new-adult , review-copy , 3-read-contemporary-na. Loved it. Loved it!!! Loved it!!!!! View all 5 comments. I totally went into Right of Way expecting it to be a fun Summery read, with a road trip and a gorgeous romance.
Jace and Peyton find themselves helping each other when they least expect to. But when Peyton finds herself in a difficult situation, Jace decides to help her out no questions asked.
The story is given to us alternatively in flash backs from before I totally went into Right of Way expecting it to be a fun Summery read, with a road trip and a gorgeous romance. The story is given to us alternatively in flash backs from before they knew each other and to their present situation. Peyton did have a lot of her own problems to deal with, but she came across as really self-absorbed and whiny.
It was totally obvious to anyone that she still cared about Jace, just get it out in the open and admit it already. I was all expecting a decent or reasonable enough explanation, but instead found it to be a little ridiculous. Thing were tense between Jace and Peyton and I usually can deal with this when this happens. There was so much immense growth for the characters and I truly appreciated when the characters worked together to achieve an end result and feel better about themselves.
Right of Way was just not the book for me I was expecting a magical road trip and great character growth. But instead was given a book which had flat characters with a flat romance and no road trip whatsoever.
I had really high hopes for Right of Way, so I am disappointed that it let me down. This review can be found on The Readers Den View all 17 comments.
Aug 17, nick rated it it was ok Shelves: arc. Right of Way by Lauren Barnholdt promises a road trip in its blurb. What it fails to mention, however, is that the characters in this book are childish, spoiled and act like that the small issues they suffer from will lead to the end of the world. To say that the main characters, Peyton and Jace are unlikeable would be an understatement. YA contemporary is a genre that rarely fails me.
Now, don't get me wrong. This book did have tons of potential, but the characters ruin the entire essence of this potential. Jace and Peyton met a few years ago at a party in Florida while Peyton is off visiting her family and they hit it off.
When Peyton returns to her hometown, they continue their relationship via phone calls and texting. But when all of a sudden Jace stops calling Peyton, she is heart broken. When I found out about why the two of them broke up, I literally could not stop laughing because it was that stupid.
Plus, it was something that could have been cleared up had Jace had the balls to actually ask Peyton. I thought it was entirely too over-dramatic and definitely not a reason they should have stopped talking to each other. Peyton was the kind of girl who basically complained every little issue she faces in life. Plus, she had this annoying ability to run away from her problems instead of confronting them and trying to solve them.
By the end of the book, she had not changed one bit and she was still running away from her issues. Another complaint I had with this book was that throughout the entire book, nothing big happened. It got to a point where it was just so boring and I skipped to see why the two of them had broken up. As far as the road trip aspect goes, it wasn't what I was expecting.
The road trip only lasted like a day or so. Needless to say, this was disappointing. Characters that showed no growth whatsoever throughout the book, a sorry excuse of a road trip and a bland romance were what I got out of Right of Way. Nov 07, Pinky rated it did not like it. Honestly, I feel like I never get time to read nowadays and it really bothers me. It feels like the only day I get to read or write reviews is Sunday. I stare at the books on my bookshelf and I want to start reading but I am super busy.
There are so many new books and I have so much to catch up on! I bought Winter recently but I have 15 library books to finish. And Carry On came out but I haven't bought it yet and I want to finish reading all these awesome books. Anyway, onto the review! I went through a reading slump that lasted for more than a week because I was either busy or was avoiding this book.
I chose to read this book because of the fact that there is a road-trip. And I have this big dream of going on this huge road-trip with my close friend. I loved that book and it made me addicted to books that had road-trips in them. So I wanted to try this book, but I didn't like it. They used to date, but then they broke up and both of them are heart-broken.
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By Lauren Barnholdt. I say into my phone. At all. The bushes are prickly, there are bees floating around, and the ground is kind of wet. Which makes no sense. I thought it never rained in Florida.
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Can a road trip repair a romance gone wrong? Here are Peyton and Jace, meeting on vacation. This is the real deal. Or lie. Here are Peyton and Jace again, broken up but thrown together on a road trip.
I so agree. I need a little more resolution. Good chemistry though and not enough kissing Thank you so much to stopping by today and taking the time to comment. Here are Peyton and Jace, meeting on vacation. This is the real deal. Or lie.