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Missing From Me (Sixth Street Bands #3) by Jayne Frost

Missing From Me Book Cover Missing From Me
Sixth Street Bands #3
Jayne Frost
Fiction, New Adult Romance
October 23rd 2017

I’ve got it all. 
Success. Money. A new woman in my bed every night. 
Too bad it’s all a façade. 
I followed my dreams and paid the price—Anna. 
With her music still in my head, I tour with the band Caged. 
But no amount of drumming can drown out my love for her. 
And then I see her. Backstage after one of our shows. 
She’s mine. She’ll always be mine. 
And if she gives me half a chance, I’ll convince her.

Sean broke me in ways I didn’t know I could be broken. 
For years I tried to carve a life out of my pain. 
Now, Sean’s standing in front of me. 
I can’t survive his brand of hurt ever again. 
It’s my turn to run. 

Maria’s Review

➦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.




Jenny’s Review

Yeah so I have one thing to say before I go off and rant…..
This book is

I read books in a matter of a day, but rarely do I sit down and read a book from cover to cover. Yep today, I binged on Sean & Anna and holy shit did I love it!!! This book completely captured my attention from the start. Nothing tore my attention away.

Not even a meal

Definitely not

Not even when my hubs offered me shopping

This book is long, I won’t lie, but even though it took 7 hours, it felt literally like two, thats how much it kept me pulled in. I couldn’t wait to get to the end, couldn’t wait to find out what happened, and I patiently waited to see if I screamed or cried. I cried, happy tears.

So although I lost myself to Sean & Anna today, my house was turned upside down

I’m not sorry

I fell in love with another Sixth Streeter and his princess and I am patiently waiting for more Mrs. Frost?

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