Two-Way Street by Lauren Barnholdt

After reading so many tough, challenging books, this was a nice refreshing break. Sure, it started out a little rough, but through the alternating view points (Courtney and Jordan) you can see the real story and you’re just waiting for them to figure out what you already have.

The books starts shortly after Courtney and Jordan’s break up, and right before they begin a road trip together. Jordan says he met a girl on MySpace and that’s why he broke up with her, but through the story, you see his side of the story and the true reason he broke up with her.

All the while, Courtney is forced to go through with this road trip with this boy she thinks doesn’t like her because of some mysterious internet girl. Like most girls would do, she creates a picture of this girl in her mind, even though she’s never seen any evidence of her online.

It’s a funny, quick read and a good way to spend the day.

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