The Space in Between (Brittainy Cherry)


She’s scarred by her past.

Andrea Evans is traumatized and guilt-ridden by the death of her fiancée. Tired of the gossiping small town, she travels to New York City to pursue her dream of dance.

He’s uncertain of his future.

Cooper Davidson is a famous photographer and reality television star trying to flee from his own life filled with paparazzi, mental health clinics, and a cheating wife who is pregnant.

When Andrea and Cooper’s paths cross, they realize how damaged and in need of escapism they both are. The two create an arrangement to explore the space in between chaos and order with one another. The rules are simple—no emotional connections, no talking about the past, no speaking of the future, and when one finds order, the other walks away.

All is well until Cooper accidentally falls in love with Andrea.

4.5 soda pops please.

Surprise surprise. Brittainy has yet another book that I liked. What is she now, 5 for 5? Who knows, I’m not counting I’m just going to keep one clicking. Click. Click. Click.


The Space in Between was Brittainy’s first book. Now, I am just going to say that it’s very obvious that it was her first book but that didn’t take away from what I felt for the plot and the characters inside of this book. Every single character in The Space in Between is beyond developed. Even the secondary ones. You’re there with them. You experience what they do and you get to watch every single one of these characters grow and expand into who they are meant to be.

Let me just add: The cover of this book was perfect. It wasn’t over done, the colors are very nice, and it was just a very warm and welcoming cover.


Brittainy’s “first book writing” might be obvious but it doesn’t keep you from staying 100% invested in the story line and the characters. It actually makes you feel much more than you would ever anticipate especially when you don’t read the blurb and you go in 100% blind.

One word: LADASHA. Come on, Brittainy. I need a book for her. I need it okay just give it to me I won’t tell any one.


All in all, this book was so diverse from the other books in its genre. With an interesting cast of characters who are so very realistic and have REAL flaws and have so much going for them that we can relate to them as individuals and entertaining dialogue and dramatic interactions with humor and angst and basically this book is just great and you’ll finish it with a big fat smile on your face and goosebumps on your arm. Okay? Jeez. Go read it.


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