Right of Way - Lauren Barnholdt Reviews
Description:ISBN 1442451270 / Hardcover: 320 pages / Publisher: Simon Pulse / Published: 9 July 2013 / Language: English
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Lauren Barnholdt Right of Way
Pages: 320, Hardcover, Simon Pulse
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Right of Way by Lauren Barnholdt
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About the book Right of Way is a contemporary young adult novel by Lauren Barnholdt. It was published by Simon Pulse on 9th July and the book is 320 pages long. I received an e-book for review. Plot Synopsis Peyton and Jace first met while on vacation. They had a fantastic, romantic time and quickly fell for one another. But, after the vacation ends, a long distance relationship soon goes wrong. There are suddenly no phone calls, there are secrets being kept and lies being told all over the place. After months of not talking, Peyton and Jace are thrown back together on a long road trip after Peyton is left stranded with no other options. ... Read the complete review
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