- File Size: 1591 KB
- Print Length: 324 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1530691532
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: BCherry Books (March 25, 2016)
- Publication Date: March 25, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01D7ESSGS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #470 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Fire Between High & Lo does not pull any punches. It does not sugarcoat. It does not sweep under the rug. It does not gloss over. It is real. It is life. At its lowest and at its highest. And everything in between.
The first thing I did when I finished this book was pop in on chat and message a friend .. "My eyes are on fire over this book!". She asked me if it was because it was too sad and I immediately said, "no, it's just too real". In my opinion, the journeys (and there were plenty) in this book were not what I would consider sad, but my heart still broke because they were tough. The book was an uphill battle from page one. But what a glorious view when you reached the top of that hill! #TRUST
This is truly a profound story of friendship, family, trust, redemption, self-worth, growth, second chances and above all ... unconditional love.
I parted my lips.
She parted her lips.
I leaned in.
She leaned in.
Our lips locked as our souls became forever intertwined, and even though my feet were planted firmly on the ground, I’d never in my life felt so high.”
Copy provided by the author for blog tour review
Logan Francis Silverstone and Alyssa Marie Walters were the best of friends before they finally decided to give in to the feelings that they were trying to keep from each other and fell in love when they were just shy of turning eighteen. Their lives seemed to be headed in very different directions; she was the straight A student ready to begin college in the fall, and he had his addictions and believed his dreams would stay as they were. But all it takes is one unplanned event that begins the domino effect that will cause Logan to walk away from the only girl he's ever loved and from the only life he's ever known. It takes five years for them to see each other again, and avoiding one another is easier said than done, especially with his brother and her sister about to tie the knot. He knows the best thing for everyone concerned is for him to keep his distance, but after five years, Logan knows that Alyssa is his one home.
Goodness but did this book put me through the emotional wringer. I was right there with Logan and Alyssa as they were on their own roller coaster ride, and I felt those ups and downs along with them. There were times I was frustrated with Logan and how he was treating Alyssa, but still I cheered them on, because these two so deserved a happily-ever-after. They were each other's first and greatest loves, and they also happened to be one another's one addiction that they would never be cured of. It would have been too easy to have them fall back in each other's arms as soon as Logan returned to True Falls, Wisconsin, so I more than appreciated the route that Brittainy Cherry took with our erstwhile lovers and best friends. There were bumps and detours along the way, but it made for a fantastic literary ride I won't be forgetting anytime soon nor would I even want to if it were possible.
With Logan and Alyssa's second chance love story at the forefront, you would think that that would be more than enough to keep you going, but this was more than about romance. The love that Logan and Kellan, as well as Alyssa and Erika--though to a lesser degree--had as siblings was both touching and inspiring. It's also a key component of what makes this story even better than it already was had the author decided to stick to just focus on Logan and Alyssa. This book was about lovers, best friends, and family; it was about finding hope, earning redemption, and offering absolution. The road we're currently on does not have to be the only road we take, and while going down a different one may lead to dead-ends and even getting lost, you continue with the journey, hoping it'll lead you home. The Fire Between High & Lo resonates long after you're done reading it. Five-plus stars isn't enough.