Where the Road Takes Me
Chloe has one plan for the future, and one plan only: the road. She’s made a promise to herself: don’t let anyone in, and don’t let anyone love her. She’s learned the hard way what happens if she breaks her rules. So she’s focused on being invisible and waiting until she can set out on the... show more
Chloe has one plan for the future, and one plan only: the road. She’s made a promise to herself: don’t let anyone in, and don’t let anyone love her. She’s learned the hard way what happens if she breaks her rules. So she’s focused on being invisible and waiting until she can set out on the road—her dream of freedom, at least for a little while.Blake Hunter is a basketball
Pages no: 323
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Coming Of Age
, Sports And Games
, High School
, Young Adult Contemporary
, Road Trip
, New Adult
Re-read this today, April 15, 2015: RE-READ count --> 9th Originally read in February, 2015No matter how many times I re-read this book, it still gets to me and it gets to me hard. I still cry, but it's all worth it. I got my paperback today so my re-read session is way special. It's a red letter da...
Chloe's spent her life so far remaining disconnected, somewhat invisible, and uninvested in the people and things around her. A foster child aging out of the system, she's grateful that her foster family isn't kicking her to the curb as soon as she hits eighteen, but she knows better than to think o...
♥♥♥ 3 STARS ♥♥♥ ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●“You’re my unexpectedly phenomenal, Chloe. You’re my red-letter day.”● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● As soon as I read the blurb of this, I was intrigued by the road trip story line. Chloe is an eighteen year ol...
Chloe is a girl who has built walls around her so high that they are impossible to breach. She refuses to let anyone get near her and is counting down the days until she graduates high school and can take to the road on her own adventure. The only problem with shutting everyone out is that it's an i...
Maybe we were both so sick of faking it—our breathing had somehow become natural around each other, the way it should be and not a struggle like it usually was. Actually, breathing is one of the most natural things in the world. It doesn't matter where you do it or who you are around when doing it, ...