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Right click

(Click #3)

4.05  ·  Rating details ·  63 ratings  ·  46 reviews
Love. Marriage. Infidelity. Parenthood. Crises of identity. Death. Cupcakes. The themes in Right Click, the third and final installment in the Click series, couldn't be more pressing for this group of friends as they navigate through their 30's. Another six months have passed since we last eavesdropped on the hilarious, poignant and often times inappropriate email adventur ...more
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Published May 19th 2014 (first published May 14th 2014)
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May 10, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: arc
4.5 stars. The full review can be found at Romantic Reading Escapes.

I fell in love with this series and Lisa Becker’s writing style with the first book in the Click series, and Right Click, the final installment and round at Mel’s, did not disappoint. Written entirely in emails back and forth between this group of quirky friends, this book brings laugh out loud humor with the sarcastic banter, Billy Joel-off, and fun-pun. Even though this close-knit group of friends have gone their separate ways
May 02, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Right click is the final book in what has been a fun trilogy, for those that have not heard of these books before, they are all written in email format between five friends, and a couple of guests here and there. You may think that would mean you miss out on all the action, only hearing about events after they've happened, but it really isn't like that, the books are written so well that when the characters are retelling things, you still feel like you were there. And Lisa Becker has a great way ...more
May 18, 2014 rated it really liked it
The third and final installment of the Click series. Find out what happens to Renee and Ethan, the couple that stated it all and their band of friends. If you have not picked up the first book, you need to prior to reading this one.

Written in email form, Renee goes through some big changes that you don't see coming. There were two big moments that left me surprised. I thought this was an excellent addition to the series. It is hard to describe what happens because as a reader you want to take th
✰  BJ's Book Blog ✰Janeane ✰

You will need to have read Click and Double Click to get the whole dynamic between the friends in Right Click.

Right Click continues on from the end of Double Click. Still centred around Renee and Ethan's relationship, which is moving along in leaps and bounds, we also get a whole lot more of their friends.

If you haven't read the others in this series, it will take you a while to get used to the style of writing. It is written all as emails between the friends, an
*Copy provided by author in exchange for an honest review*

So, ladies and gents, the last installment in the Click series by L. Becker is finally here. I must say I'm so sad, because I really REALLY got so connected to her characters and their LOL e-mails.

To those of you who are not familiar with Lisa's series, let me tell you, you're missing out on so much! Just like watching a re-run from Friends, this is truly a series you're gonna love THAT much! So if you decide to give this series a chance
May 09, 2014 rated it really liked it
I absolutely love this series! I read very little "chick lit" most of the time, but this has become one of my favorite series! Right Click is the third and last book in the series and I am sad to see it end! As much as I love the characters, I think that a big part of what draws me in is the unique format. The entire book is written as a series of emails between a group of friends. I am continually impressed by how well-developed the characters and the plot are in this format. It's fascinating!

May 08, 2014 rated it it was amazing
In 2011, not long after I began reviewing books, I received a request to review Click: An Online Love Story. Though I wasn't aware of the terminology, I am a longtime fan epistolary novel format (told through letters, emails, journal entries, etc. ), and almost immediately became a fan of the Click series.

If you're not familiar with the Click series, let me briefly fill you in. The series centers primarily focuses on Renee, along with her circle of friends and boyfriend. The story is told throu
Pooja (On books!)
May 13, 2014 rated it really liked it

Originally posted on my book blog, On Books!

Right Click takes us back to the CC'd and BCC'd adventures of Renee, Ethan, Shelley, Mark and the rest! With moving away, relationship-hiccups, break-ups, baby-troubles, Vegas trips, celebrity-run-ins, funerals and a wedding-in-planning, we're in for quite a ride; peppered with Billy-Joel-offs, pun-offs and plenty of surprises along the way.

In the final part of one of my favourite email-trilogies ever, Becker maintains the zippy-and-cheery pace set
May 07, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: rom-com, chic-lit
How can a book that features email and nothing else, tell a story and actually tell it well? Well this book is the answer to that. And actually the whole three book series answers that question. I have read and enjoyed all of them. This book covers the time period leading up to Renee’s wedding.

What did I like about this book:
The characters. How can you tell that much about the characters through reading emails? That’s the beauty of Ms. Becker’s writing, the characters personalities shine throug
Jun 18, 2014 rated it really liked it
Review originally posted on 7/15/14 on For What It's Worth

Although I’m not a fan of stories told in epistolary format, I have enjoyed this series, told exclusively in emails between a group of friends. It works because Becker manages to convey love, frustration and humor in a way that feels like you’re on the receiving end of that email. Instead of feeling distanced with the format – I feel like "OMG – she did whaaaat?” and I want to write back and add my
May 17, 2014 rated it it was amazing
To say I loved this book would be, by far, an understatement. I have loved every book in this series and this one did not disappoint me at all. I just love the unique way this book is written. It makes it so easy to read and so easy to feel like I am part of the book instead of just the reader. As I read the series of email exchanges I felt like I was one of the friends reading the goings on and I almost felt bad that I was unable to email in my own opinions and comments. This book continued to ...more
Jun 04, 2014 rated it really liked it
Right Click is the third installment in a trilogy that follows a group of friends trying to make it in the dating world. Renee Greene is the main protagonist, and in the first book she gives online dating a try, which initially sparks all sorts of fun, horrifying, and relatable dating tales. The sequels continue that progression, following not only Renee’s love life but her friends as well. One reason I am a fan of this series is the format in which it’s written. Much like in Boy Meets Girl by M ...more
Jun 23, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Right Click (Click Series Book 3) by Lisa Becker

The third installment of the Click series happens six months after book two. Renee, Shelley, Ashley, Ethan and Mark are back. They experience love, marriage, parenthood, infidelity and true friendship. Loyalties are tested, life is not always easy.

Told in emails to each other, we watch them go through life events. Some are good, some are bad, some are sad, and some are learning experiences. But one thing is certain with good friends they can get th
Teena in Toronto
May 14, 2014 rated it really liked it
Renee and Ethan are engaged and soon to be married. Shelley has moved to Seattle to be with Nick. Ashley has just had a baby and is adjusting to being a stay-at-home mom. Mark is engaged to Cassidy.

What's interesting about this (and the previous ones) is that the entire book is written in email format. So you follow the gist of what is going on between these friends via their emails back and forth to each other. That may sound complicated but it's not hard to follow.

This is the third book I've r
May 02, 2014 rated it really liked it
This is the third and final instalment in the Click trilogy. Renee and Ethan are heading towards their wedding; Shelley and Nick undergo a life-changing event. Baby Siobhan provides a challenge for first-time parents Ashley and Greg, while Mark and Cassidy's relationship is swimming along nicely or is it? Right Click deals with a lot of issues - infidelity, parenthood, marriage and of course friendship.This group of friends are people who you would want on your side. There were a few shocks alon ...more
Bex 'n' Books
Jan 07, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Reviewer: Bex
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Disclosure: This ebook was provided by the author in exchange for an HONEST and not necessarily positive review.

Continued to be written in the same, pretty awesome email style as the first two books in this trilogy, Right Click pushes Renee and Ethan, and their friends, along beautifully.

There were a few interesting surprises along the way, which I didn't see coming immediately. This is a testament to the author's ability to successfully weave a tale. As such, this
Renee at Book Happiness
May 30, 2014 rated it really liked it
This book was given to me for an honest review. This is the third book in the series and NOT a standalone. This was a pretty good series. When I began the series I kind had a hard time with the format because the books are written in email format but it was a very enjoyable book. Once I got used to the format in the first book it was easy to read. Its is wonderful to see the relationships evolve and move throughout all three books. A very well done series
Queen Spades
Jul 23, 2016 rated it it was ok
Shelves: peasantville
Note: This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Slight spoilers to assist in further detail of thoughts.

I would like to start off by saying that this book does not serve as a standalone. One must read the first two books to be able to follow the characters in this one.

Normally, I would do a whole spiel of pros and cons but I’m not in that head space. Instead, I will give my overall viewpoint, in the hopes that it will make sense.

The things in Right Click that stood o
May 12, 2014 rated it it was amazing
By far, this is my favorite book in the series. If you’ve not read any of the other books in the series, you’re going to want to read the first two for maximum enjoyment. They were both good stories and nicely built the storyline for this final installment in the series. Sorry folks, there’s going to be spoilers from Book 1/2

I’m still in awe that Becker is able to write a credible and complete story completely in email format. Renee and Ethan’s wedding is coming up but before we get to their HEA
Aug 04, 2014 rated it really liked it
Renee, Shelley, Mark, Ashley and Ethan are back in Right Click, the third and final installment in Lisa Becker's "Click" Series. Six months have passed since we caught up with them last, and many things have changed. The group of close friends is navigating the choppy waters of adulthood and they are dealing with parenthood, long distance friendships, infidelity and marriage. Written in the style of e-mails between the friends, Right Click is hilarious and sad, sometimes at the same time!

I picke
Rabid Readers Reviews
Jun 19, 2014 rated it really liked it
Reading “Right Click” was a visit with old friends. I didn’t re-read the first two before reading this novel but once the story got going memories of the characters flooded back.

Once again the story is told is an e-mail stream between the players which can be difficult to keep straight at first but it doesn’t take long for each player to develop their own voice. Ashley is a bit uptight. She’s inner circle but the one the others are guarded with in part because she is so far removed from where h
Lauren (Northern Plunder)
This review was first posted on Northern Plunder, if you want to see more reviews please click here.

I finished this book in October 2015, its currently May 2016 and whilst part of me is regretting not even making a note review sooner, I'm also thankful that I put in so many hours finishing my studies.

So here I am months after and still a little sleepy from deadline week, but a reviewer has got to do what a review has got to do. And thats at least try and convey how much I enjoyed the last book i
Jul 05, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: kindle, read-2014
As the description says, this is the third and final book in Becker’s “Click” series. As with the rest of the series, the book is done as a series of emails amongst a core group of friends with the character Renee as the main participant or focal point. After I finished I started thinking about this technique: its positives, negatives, and the ways this makes the book different.

With this format, some of the things an author should normally try to limit or avoid aren’t going to be as big of a dea
My Secret Book Spot
Jun 02, 2014 rated it it was ok
Shelves: reviewed
“Right Click” by Lisa Becker
2 out of 5 stars

The third book in the Click series by Lisa Becker is pretty much like the first two. Renee is navigating her way through some big changes in her life. Her best friend, Shelley, has moved away and now she is left to plan her wedding without her help. There are ups and downs on Renee’s horizon as she learns to deal with all the obstacles she finds in her way on her path to happiness. As I said in my review of the first and second book this is a completel
May 01, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Right Click is the final book of the Click Trilogy, bringing an end to Renee and the gang's lives, told solely through a series of emails. While I think you could easily slide in and enjoy each installment as they are, I wouldn't necessarily consider them standalones because reading the three in order will definitely give you the upper hand in knowing each person's personalities and their backstory.

As mentioned in my previous reviews of this series, I found myself skimming over each email headi
I love this series and was excited when author Lisa Becker contacted me to review the final book in the Click Trilogy. I read Click: An Online Love Story the first book in the trilogy back in 2011 and loved it and continued to enjoy the series with Double Click in 2013.

One of the reasons I love this series is it is written entirely in emails between a bunch of friends and this is one of my favourite formats of books to read. The story if you don't already know revolves around a group of friends
Susan (The Book Bag)
May 19, 2014 rated it really liked it
I loved reading Click and Double Click, books #1 and 2 in this series. I loved the email bantering and communication between this set of friends that I came to know and care about. As in real life, these friends sometimes get along and other times, not so much.

The entire story takes place via emails between this group of friends. That is really a different way of writing, and reading, but you know what, it works. We get a nice look at their lives in short little snippets. It's fast paced and su
Tracy Terry
Jun 17, 2014 rated it liked it
The third and final instalment in a remarkable set of books made all the more remarkable because just like the previous two books (Click: An Online Love Story and Double Click) it is written as a series of emails. Not my favourite format it has to be said, it says a lot about the quality of writing that I got through part one let eagerly awaited parts two and three.

In Right Click some six months have passed since we left 30 somethings Renee, Shelley, Ashley, Mark and co. and though its been over
Jun 19, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: reviewed
I was asked if I’d like to read and review “Right Click” and had to say yes. I really wanted to see how this series ended since I’ve read and reviewed the first two books. Once again, a lot of my feelings for this series stayed the same. I like the characters, thank goodness the annoying one was given the boot, and I enjoy the email formatted story. With emails characters can come up with creative subject lines to lead into their conversations, which is fun. I enjoyed watching (that’s so odd to ...more
Nash Norden
Jul 02, 2014 rated it really liked it
I received a copy of this book from the author to provide an honest review.

When I started reading the first book of the book, Click, I was having a hard time to get into the format because it was written in the email form. But once I got used to the format, I found myself enjoying the book.

Right Click is the continuation of the Click Series. It focused on Renee’s email exchange with her friends – Ethan, Shelley, Ashley and Mark. I really like the group. I love how they were always looking after
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Lisa Becker is an award-winning romance writer who spends her time like she spends her money - on books and margaritas. As Lisa’s grandmother used to say, “For every chair, there’s a tush.” Lisa is now happily married to a wonderful man she met online and lives in Manhattan Beach, California with him and their two daughters. So, if it happened for her, there’s hope for anyone! You can share your l ...more

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