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The Fire Between High & Lo

Series: Elements, Book 2
Length: 9 hrs and 3 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4.5 out of 5 stars (844 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

From the author of the Amazon number-one best-selling novel The Air He Breathes comes the next book in the Elements series.

Complete standalone!

There once was a boy, and I loved him.

Logan Francis Silverstone and I were complete opposites. I danced, and he stood still. He was quiet while I ran my mouth. He struggled to find a smile, and 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.

©2016 Brittainy C. Cherry (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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LOVED THIS BOOK

This book was dark and sad in some parts but it is wrapped up pretty good. Proof of what true love can be or just really good writing. I loved it.

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5 Very Bright & Beautiful Stars!

Amazing and would earn 10 stars if it was allowed, loved it so much listened twice in a row! If you don't listen to another this year don't miss this one! Touching, beautifully written, fantastic performance, amazing!

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Unquestionably One of my Favorites

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OVERALL - 5 / 5
Amount of sex - 3 / 5
How explicit - 3 / 5
Romance - 5 / 5

The Fire Between High and Lo is the second book in the Elements series by Brittainy C. Cherry. I listened to the Audible audiobook told by narrators Graham Halstead and Emily Woo Zeller. I was absolutely captivated by this stunningly beautiful story. I found myself shutting out the outside world and feeling a part of Logan and Alyssa’s story.

The story line is full of love, pain, anger, frustration, passion, sadness, and so much more!

It is perfectly paced and unquestionably one of my favorites!

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Very emotional

This audiobook story was about a boy and a girl from different walks of life who fell in love. Because of their differences and a terrible loss, the boy leaves and doesn't return for 5 years. Their relationship is very complex and the story well performed by the narrators. Lovely ending!

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Great!

Where does The Fire Between High & Lo rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I rank it very high. It made you want to listen and not stop listening

Which scene was your favorite?

Beginning to the end.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Yes, the love they had for each.

Any additional comments?

this book can be very dark, but, yet it had a good twist.

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5 The Fire Between High & Lo Stars

Brittainy has done it again, I am utterly astonished at how she can make me feel so much for these characters.

Not once did I think I could like a character more, but then she makes you love that character more.

Logan has not had an easy life and his adult one isn't starting of any easier, but I think it was the struggle that really makes him become the MAN he has.

Alyssa, what can I say about her. Ok so I might have a different way of looking at her. The way she meet Logan I didn't think she felt sorry for him in the way omg this guy can’t afford food. Just for the fact that he has to be the one to get the food to provide. I think that is one of the reason they connected, she never felt sorry for him but for his circumstance.

I love how they are totally different but kind of the same and that this friendship grows in to so very much more. I can’t explain how Brittainy can do this, but she makes a great story kinda sorta beautiful.

I very much enjoyed the narrators for this book, the male narrators gritty tones were just how I would picture Logan in my head. Love it.

Very much recommend this book.

*You don't have to like my review but its 100% my opinion, and I am allowed to have it.*

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  • Kimberly
  • Williamsburg, Va United States
  • 10-08-19

For Always High. For always Lo.

I cried so many times through this book. Happy and sad tears. It is a good book. But be aware that it is an emotional roller coaster and have the tissues handy.

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Not one of her better ones at all

Entire story was terrible. There was no real pull to root for the two main characters. It just dragged on with no depth. Do not recommend this book at all.

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Almost too much tragedy!

I loved the book overall but, I had flashes of “Danielle Steele” , in my mind. This Hero and the Heroine, to an extent, had a dark cloud hovering over their every move. This is the element of Ms Steele’s books that I’ve found intolerable. I don’t want to spend the entire time I’m listening to a book crying and full of angst. I like a little break between my emotional breakdowns. Other than that, I found the book heart wrenching beautiful. There were even a few quotes that I paused the book in order to write them down. This book gives the listener an up and close look at the horrors of drug addiction and it’s innocent victims.

Be aware that there are scenes of child abuse, mental and physical abuse towards women and emotional cruelty. If this type of theme upsets you, pick another book. This book is 70% of this kind of ugliness. There is a HEA but there is much turmoil to get through before that happens.
-V from Kansas

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I liked the 1st book of the series

Overdone, full of cliches, extraordinarily poor readers & a weak plot...who thought a light hearted romantic romp through addiction, domestic violence and cancer all in the same book was a good idea?
The 1st book in the series was exceptionally well written & well narrated. I don't know what happened here.

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  • Helen Williams (All Booked Out)
  • 06-21-17

Brittainy brings depth...

The air he breathes was the first in the 'Elements' series of books and was and OMG book, had me crying and gave me all the feels and was just perfection for me. So this had some living up to do.

I enjoyed the story, the depth and detail and emotion that Brittainy brings to her books is beautiful and I love reading them, did I love this as much as The Air he Breathes? Not as much no, now this is a small bit, but there was a difference..... not enough to take it down any stars as I love her writing too much and there are not enough star increments, no I didn't cry in this one either, reading the reviews where people were crying from the start, I think my heart must have frozen over with the cold, but I got the emotion, I got the feels and that is what I expect and get from Brittainy.

But, I did really enjoy it, this is my third Brittainy book now and I'm about to start my fourth.

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  • Lynnie
  • 01-30-18

Really struggled

The female performance was woeful, especially her portrayal of the male characters. Really ruined the story for me.