➦Well, well, well. I was pleasantly surprised by this book, to say the least. I knew that Jayne Frost could write from reading the previous installment in this series, but I didn’t quite expect to get such depth to the story. This book is on the long side but I plowed through it and was left extremely satisfied. You know the feeling.
➦Let me start with the hero. A hot drummer for a very popular rock band. + that book cover… image in my head =
➦Now, after having mentioned how attractive he is, what precious metal shall I compare him to? Gold? No… need something… DENSER. lol Platinum? Ok, let’s go with that one. Sean is platinum. In other words, he’s very much a dude.
➦Yes, I wanted to hurl a brick at him at one point during the story. As in, WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT, MAN? But then I remember the logic my hubs sometimes follows (hint: not logical, like, at all) and I become a bit more forgiving and understanding.
➦Anywhateversexistreview, this book has a very interesting second chance at love storyline and some parts really melted my heart. I most of all enjoyed reading about this hero’s journey of growing up and learning from his mistakes.
➦Afraid so. But not to worry, he completely redeemed himself, at least in my eyes. And I would have no problem licking him at this point.
➦Totally recommend to anyone who likes second chance romances with characters that will try hard -and succeed- to win your heart by the end of their journey. And, of course, in the middle of it all there’s music. This wouldn’t be a rockstar romance without it.
➦On the last note, perhaps, one thing to keep in mind is that if you are looking to read a book about a tame rockstar, this one is not it. There’s angst, heartbreak and hate present here, but also love and forgiveness. And, I suppose, that’s what made it feel real to me. Or as real as fiction can get. And also, if you felt like this review was a tad bit on the sexist side –
Because my best best best friend in the world is… a male.
About the Author
Jayne Frost, author of the Sixth Street Bands Romance Series, grew up in California with a dream of moving to Seattle to become a rock star. When the grunge thing didn’t work out (she never even made it to the Washington border) Jayne set her sights on Austin, Texas. After quickly becoming immersed in the Sixth Street Music scene…and discovering she couldn’t actually sing, Jayne decided to do the next best thing—write kick ass romances about hot rockstars and the women that steal their hearts.