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Down To You Review

Down To You Review

Title: Down To You (Sixth Street Bands, #5)
Author: Jayne Frost
Pages: 425
Publication Date: September 4, 2018
Publisher: CreateSpace
Rating: ★★★★★
Blurb:


She started from perfect. A star who shone brighter than the rest. But then fate took it all away. Now she's broken. A beautiful song with a fractured beat. 

But I'm still on the rise. Chasing a dream that she's already left behind. If I'm lucky, I can find my redemption in the spotlight.

Destiny brought us together. Put her in my path.

It started with a road trip. But somewhere along the line, it became a journey from here to there.

Maybe she can help me. Maybe we can help each other. Maybe music is enough. Maybe.

Every story deserves a soundtrack. And ours is epic.

Down To You is a standalone, rockstar romance within the Sixth Street Bands Series. 18+ for adult situations.

 

Review:

This was the first book I read by Frost and I have to say I loved it! But I’m also a sucker for rocker romances! The drama, the intrigue, the love! I may have a small crush on Logan- he is the perfectly flawed male lead you can’t help but want to hug! (and maybe do some other things to…) And Tori!!! She is amazing! Frost is able to balance Tori’s need to move forward with her life while also finding it almost impossible to do so. Tori is realistic and heart breaking. Like serious heart break is going to happen while reading this book. But also a lot of hot sex and fantastic chemistry! Tori and Logan had this intense, high octane relationship that makes your heart flutter and your knees weak. It’s totally worth the heart break and the ups and downs!  

The only real problem I had with this book was that I started with the fifth book. I’m completely OCD about reading a series in their intended order because I feel like I miss the little stuff that makes the book’s world so great. And that was how I felt with this book. I wanted to read all the books first but I never would have had this review done in time for the books release. Yes, you can read this book as a standalone easily. But if you do, then you’ll probably have questions about certain incidents, like me. So, if any of you have read the entire series and want to answer my questions, I’d greatly appreciate it! (questions will be at the end of my review! No peeking if you don’t want anything spoiled)

The last few pages in the last chapter were incredible, marvelous, awesome, wonderful, amazing! I chocked up and couldn’t read the words fast enough! And then the epilogue! Ugh! It was everything it needed to be and so much more! I don’t even know how to explain it! I don’t know if there are enough exclamation marks to convey how much I LOVED the end of this book!!!!!!! I highly recommend reading this because it is sooo good! If you are a rocker romance groupie this is the book series for you!

-Happy Reading!

 

 

 

My questions for those that have read the entire series! 

Ok, so these bands have all grown up together and have reached stardom at relatively the same time, correct? So, what I don’t understand is how Logan knows so little of Tori and Rhenn’s relationship and the accident. If all of these people mix wouldn’t he know the ins and outs of all of it? Especially, the accident? 

There are a couple of times when Logan and Tori say they’ve only known each other for a year or so but then Logan says stuff about Rhenn and him when they were kids. I’m a missing something? Again, I haven’t read the first four books (I do plan on it, but you know, burning questions and all) and am confused on some of the little stuff. 

Also, do the other books explain more of the dynamic between the different bands and the bandmates? Is it like a slow build up thing? 

 

-Thanks :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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