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Right of Way Hardcover – July 9, 2013
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Gr 9 Up–Peyton Miller and her long-distance ex-boyfriend Jace Renault are reunited at a wedding in Florida. The reasons for their breakup are not initially made clear and both are anxious about their meeting. Their chemistry is instantly revived and then extinguished in yet another mysterious falling out. Their backstory is pieced together as they embark on a spontaneous and ill-planned road trip to deliver Peyton to her home in Connecticut. However, Peyton is secretly planning to go off on her own once they reach North Carolina so she can escape the hardships and anxiety surrounding her parents' impending divorce. The mystery of the teens' relationship, brief as it turns out to be, and their unexplained estrangements, fuel the plot. Readers are left wondering why they keep coming back together. Though the two voices are barely distinguishable, the alternating viewpoints infuse events with romantic tension and the drama of the misunderstood intentions. The ending is satisfying but somewhat convenient given Peyton's desire to abandon her mother's habit of relying on men for money and problem solving. Readers willing to forgive these minor flaws will race to the end of this light summer read.–Lynn Rashid, Marriotts Ridge High School, Marriottsville, MDα(c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
The first time Peyton and Jayce meet, during Christmas break in Florida, their attraction is magnetic. Even after Peyton returns home to Connecticut, she and Jayce keep up a steady stream of late-night phone calls, texts, and e-mails. And then it all stops, and each blames the other. When Peyton is once again headed to Florida the following summer, both of them vow not to fall back in love. But when Peyton finds herself stranded, Jayce offers to drive her home, and an awkward road trip ensues. Barnholdt’s Two-Way Street (2007) also chronicled the driving adventures of a busted-up couple, Courtney and Jordan, who make an appearance in this book as well. The plot sometimes stretches credibility, and the dramatic buildup of the big questions—Why is Peyton stuck in Florida? What terrible secret is she hiding? And is Jayce really with another girl?—fall a bit flat when they are finally answered. Still, Barnholdt’s fans will not be disappointed with this latest offering, a must-read for dedicated chick-lit readers. Grades 8-11. --Diane Colson
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I shall not think of it like a companion to Two-Way Street. I cannot if I want to like Two-Way Street.Read more