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Down to You (Sixth Street Bands #5) by Jayne Frost [arc review]

Holly Mother of Romance! 
Jayne Frost just blew my socks off. Down to You is no shadow of doubt my favorite book in the Sixth Street Bands series. I knew I would love it, I knew my crash for Logan alone would do it, but I did not expect to be on pins and needles the whole time. This was as good as a contemporary romance can get. I cannot recommend this series and this book specially enough. Go Read!

Down to You, Jayne Frost


The 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.


5 trillion Stars

So... Logan my Logan... He had me at hello! Seriously though... I was teary by page 2. PAGE 2 PEOPLE! This was not a light and fluffy read, it was heart-wrenching. I knew Logan's background story would be sad, but even knowing it did not prepare me for what was to come. We all know that besides the appearances he is a softie by the way he treats Anna, her daughter, and his sister. But to get a real look into the guys head was just special. I loved Logan before, now... now I want a real one. Does anyone has a magic pen that brings book characters to life? Thanks :) hehe



Tori beautiful Tori... That girl has been through hell and back too. Logan and her are two broken souls that found each other and without wanting or planing start to heal each other and give each other hope. Their romance built slowly from a place of care and a little fear. He understood her triggers, her pain, and tried to help her. It soon turned into friendship, and not long after that into something more. 

Yes, there is plenty of chemistry between those two and plenty of hot sizzling moments, but those are not the moments you will remember. You will remember him holding her hand when she needed most... There was true beauty in their love story. Jayne Frost, you are amazing! 


Now, if you haven't read the book yet.... WHY ARE YOU STILL HERE?! GO GO GO :)



Cover Designer: Steamy Designs
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Release Date: September 4, 2018
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