Two-way Street by Lauren Barnholdt – there are two sides to every breakup. This is Jordan and Courtney, totally in love. Sure, they were an unlikely high. This is Jordan and Courtney, totally in love. Sure, they were an unlikely high school couple. But they clicked; it worked. They’re even going to the same college. Find out in this standalone companion to Lauren Barnholdt’s Two-way Street. Here are Peyton and Jace, meeting on vacation. Click! It’s awesome, it’s easy.

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What I Did Not Like: But honestly, even though this book dates itself, you could replace “Myspace” with “Snapchat” or “Instagram” eay something, and replace mentions of CDs with Pandora or playlists or something, and this book would be entirely applicable to teens today. Read more from the Study Guide. When Jordan broke up with brnholdt, Courtney tried to get over him by kissing her friend Lloyd.

Which is what they should have let me do in the first place. I highly reccommend this book to those that love an adventure or romantic story.

Don’t have a Kindle? It was silly things like that. I liked what I saw, but never quite understood his motives for keeping the secret he did, or for breaking up with Courtney. And Now I Regret It! He isn’t sleazy and a d-bag like you’d think. Copyrights Two-way Street from BookRags. The trip, I mean. Courtney was in love with him for 6 years but never told him. She is very analytical and Type A, a planner and an overthinker to the max.


They knew each other since high aluren, though they never barnhkldt talked much and got together their senior year after hanging out at a party, a few months before graduation.

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The way she analyzed everything also brought back memories for me of being a teenager in love. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. Visit lajren at LaurenBarnholdt. One thing I loved about this book was that it went back and forth between the past and the present. Throughout the story, I saw a character development on Jordan, and that’s a plus for me.

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I mean, it was only ten years ago, but still. He found Courtney a girlfriend material not just some one-night thing.

Jordan and Courtney, fresh high school graduates have just recently broken up but their road trip barnhldt Boston University can no longer be cancelled. Courtney and Jordan were doing fine, fine, fine. View all 12 comments. And since then, whenever I get stuck and need inspiration–or just want to get in the right mindset when writing my male character–I thumb through a few chapters.

It This is definitely one of my favorite books ever.

This book questions and makes you wonder how far is far enough when you wish to only protect those you love.

Jun 17, Meg rated it liked it Shelves: But I didn’t update my status because I wanted to write a review but there was so much homework, so I am writing this review now. Lxuren way they handled their BFFs and how they both evolved. There was tdo bad guy here. I wasn’t that satisfied but since they made up and was lsuren together I guess I should be happy with that. The most likely answer is A. All those thing Courtney did to get the attention of Jordan only made him want her more.


When Jordan and I were together, she was always supernice to him. J, noted boyfriend, would have actually been somewhat likable had he not been such a male-BFF stereotype.

Guys who read philosophy books and drink coffee. The book takes place on the road trip to orientation but at the same time, has flashback to clue readers in on Jordan and Courtney’s relationship before it went sour.

At the end of the night, we got charged for an extra hour. BJ, Jordan’s best friend and Jocelyn’s boyfriend was awesome! Courtney, ummm she was ok. Don’t miss out on a great, light, summer read! Then last month, I read just Jordan’s chapters, taking notes of certain phrases and descriptions that I really liked, to use as inspiration when I am writing from my own male main character’s POV.

There needed to have been an epilogue. I know all the words cover to cover and have probably read it times.