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!
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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.
One of them is lying about the destination. One of them is pretending not to be leaving something behind. Let me explain. The characters need to be realistic and the situations may be realistic, but there is a certain part of the story, whether a small part or a huge part, that is completely different than the world we live in. So I just kind of go with it. And yes, I know that sometimes I just have to overlook those things.
But unfortunately with Right of Way, there were maybe just a few too many of those instances for me to be able to just overlook them. But there were several things I enjoyed about this book as well. I liked the dual narrators, and I liked the fact that these two characters had very different voices. A lot. But Peyton was pretty annoying and Jace was kind of sexist at times.
BUT, when they finally kiss in the book, I was rooting for them. I did want them to be together eventually. Shrugging without anyone there to see it. I am now shrugging for my own benefit. Now how am I going to read it over and over?
It was a quick, light read, but not necessarily my cup of tea. I was not compensated in any other way for this review. They may be different in the final version. Related Posts.
Right of Way