Review: The Fire between High & Lo by Brittainy C. Cherry

There once was a boy, and I loved him.

Logan Francis Silverstone was the complete opposite of me. I danced while he stood still. He was quiet, and I was always running my mouth. He struggled to find a smile while I refused to frown. The night I saw the darkness that truly lived inside of him, I couldn’t look away. We were broken together, yet somehow whole. We were wrong together, but always right. We were the stars that burned across the night sky, searching for a wish, praying for better tomorrows.

Until the day I lost him. He threw us away with one hasty decision—a decision that changed us forever.

There once was a boy, and I loved him.

And for a few breaths, a few whispers, a few moments, I think he loved me, too.

I don’t know how we skipped this book. But I’m glad we made a U-turn, and read it. We absolutely LOVE B. Cherry. We love every book we’ve read by her and this was no exception. Logan and Alyssa’s story was extremely heartbreaking at times. I was so totally invested in their world at one point, I forgot people were in the room with me. B. Cherry’s stories tear your heart to shreds and then mends it back together. Logan was a mess. But who could blame him? I wanted him to win and overcome the never ending obstacles standing in his way. I loved how Alyssa loved, she loved unconditionally without bitterness. Alyssa was a beautiful soul and just what Logan needed. I loved Logan. I loved Alyssa. But again, with any B. Cherry story, the supporting characters shined bright as well. Kellan and Erika were adorbs. I would love more of their story. I really enjoyed this one. I can not wait to meet B. Cherry in Vegas. Fangirling on 100!!!!

4 stars


This. Story. Tore. Me. Apart. I loved Alyssa and Logan. Their connection was so unexpected, but so genuine and real. I was immediately drawn into them and rooting for their success. They had to face so many obstacles, but were always there for each other until they weren’t… and even then, they were connected. There was a moment where I had to take a break from reading solely because I couldn’t read through my tears. I literally texted Natasha that this book was too real. There were sweet and innocent moments. There were heart breaking, devastatingly painful moments. There were hot and sexy moments. There were light moments full of laughter and heavy moments full of fear and rage. This story was real life in its rawest form. I cannot wait to meet the woman who put these words to paper!

4 stars


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