I loved Two-Way Street. There is just something about alternating points of view that I just absolutely fall in love with if it feels like the author pulled it off. I definitely think Barnholdt captured the male mind, while giving Jeremy just enough charm to redeem him. For the most part.I also loved the way it was written. The flashbacks were great, and I was glad we got to see how their relationship was before the break-up, and how everything came to be. The two of them obviously belonged together, so why were they together? This question kept me turning pages until I finished it, once again, in one sitting. Barnholdt definitely has a way with keeping my attention to the point that I don’t do anything else until I’ve finished the book. And then I sit wishing I had more by her.There was one thing that kept me from giving this book five stars, and it was the ending. All of her endings, actually, leave something to be desired (for me). I feel like the story is so perfect, so much build up and tension, only for it to just—END. I was all “aww” until the ending, where I would have liked to see a more breathtaking conclusion. I still think this is a great story though, and definitely worth a read or two.