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Sixth Street Bands books 1-4 by Jayne Frost

Think you can read four books in four days? With this series it is easy, these books have a natural flow to them. It is an easy and pleasurable read.
The boys from the Sixth Street Bands Series all have very different and unforgettable personalities. They are all lovable on their own way. And of-course, they are all drop dead gorgeous. It reminded of my all time favorite, The Stage Dive Boys by Kylie Scott! And since there is another book coming out soon... Get on with it Sunnies 🌞

Sixth Street Band Series by Jayne Frost



Gone for You #1 (4/5 Stars)
Gone for You is based on the guitarist for the band Caged, Cameron Knight.
He only does one night stands, no strings attached. No relationships. That is until he meets Lilly and can't keep her off his head.
Lilly works two jobs in order to pay for her degree. She is only a few months from graduating when Cameron and his band mates come to stay at the place she works. 
If you read romance you have read stories like this many times before, and that is because when written well it works. And this Worked! 
Their romance was fast and beautiful. The thing I loved the most is that it was written only from Cameron's POV.  That doesn't happen often so that was different and added a certain humor and lightness to the book.
Both characters grew and learn more about themselves while falling in love with each other. It was a wonderful little fast read.
Who said you can't fall in love in 4 days?
For the Blurb: GoodReads

Fall With Me #2 (5/5 Stars)
This book.... gosh... I was all teary at the end. Happy emotional tears, but tears nonetheless.
Our next rock star in this amazing series meets the woman of his dreams for the first time at a fast food place. She was the cashier. They bump into each other again later at the library. She thinks he is an idiot and is in for the surprise of her life. He may be a rock star, but he doesn't have Logan calling him 'Wikipedia' for no reason. He is a geek, a sexy sweet charming geek.
There was a lot more relationship building in this book than in Gone for You and it made it a little easier to fall for the characters. I loved Cameron and Lilly, but Christian and Mel have stolen the limelight for now.
Mel is feisty with capital F. She is also very smart. She is a student researcher about to graduate and is really good at what she does. People look up to her and there is no doubt she will go far in her career. She has her flaws. her insecurities...but it all makes us love her more.
Christian, like the rest of the boys (well, not Cameron anymore, he is whipped) does not believe in relationships. Even less in love, love is fleeting. To see him grow and change his views was beautiful. I dare you not to love him!
For the Blurb: GoodReads

Missing from Me #3 (5/5 Stars)
Next we have our drummer Sean. He made a mistake and lost the woman he loves. Now he might have a second chance...
Prepare the tissues!!! This one is a tearjerker.
Sean is an idiot that you can't help but love. He made one mistake after the other, non-stop. I wanted to hit the boy in the head through the book. But, the majorities of his mistakes were not made with the intention to hurt. His character felt real to me and I love when that happens.
Anna was a sweetheart. Caring, loving, selfless. But she also made mistakes. Her life got turned upside down after her brake up with Sean 4 years ago and although he is ultimate to blame, she did not make it easy on herself by keeping secrets from him.
Those two are perfect for each other, if they just can get their sh** together...
For the Blurb: GoodReads

Lost For You #4 (5/5)
Chase is next. He is not part of the band but not not part of the band either... He is Cameron's brother and works hard in helping the band grow.
This book tore me apart. It grabbed my heart and squeezed real hard. The anxiety levels reading Lost For You where high. It hurt, it caused anger... Any author capable of stirring feelings on a reader like that deserves some high praise.
Chase is a wonderful guy but he has demons. He was an addict an almost died. After ten years sober he meets the girls of his dreams. The problem? When things don't work out, his demons come out to play and things go bad fast.
Taryn is a little broken too, but in a different way to Chase. She lost people she loved and is now dealing with a heartbreak too. She puts all she is and all she has on what she does, on her job.
For a while there I really thought they were terrible for each other. Or at least that she was bad for him. In the end, she had to let go of her past, and he had to learn to control himself when in pain.
For the Blurb: GoodReads

My favorite of these four books was Missing from You. But all of them were amazing and I cannot recommend them enough.


Find the books and links to shops at Jayne Frost's Website
But if you use Amazon, here is the link for the series: Sixth Street Bands

Now... I've been waiting since the first book... LOGAN NEXT PLEASE!

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