Published September 4th, 2018
Print Length: 376 pages
Genre: New Adult, College Romance, Contemporary Romance
I feel like I need to mention that if you haven’t read the other 4 books in the series, you can read Down to You as a standalone but I would recommend you read the other first because other characters are present here too.
Now, let’s dive into this review, shall we?
Logan is the lead singer of the band, he’s been a player for a long time and he’s also a man with a very hard past. At first, I thought him a jerk because of the way he was behaving but the more I read about him, the more I understood him and loved him.
Tori. What can I say about her that hasn’t been shown in other books? She’s emotionally scared and full of grief that she needed to let go to be able to move on with her life. When she finally did, Logan was there and as the strong woman she was, she still was hurt.
Something that I’ve noticed is a recurrent thing is the lack of communication between the couples in their respective books. They assume things without having proper proof and then all goes to hell. A good way to prevent heartache would be to talk to one another but I do understand why they don’t and all that, I’m just saying…
Besides that, this book is deeply emotional. I think most of the books in this series are, but I cried like a baby when we neared the end of this story. I felt too sad for Tori and Logan, for everything they have been through, it was just a roller coaster of emotions.
The writing was beautifully done. The plot flowed from beginning to end, at some points, you had moments going back to the past but those only enhance the emotions. I couldn’t find any flaw in the grammar either or maybe I was so immersed in the story that I just didn’t see them.
I can’t believe we’re actually here. The last book of the Caged portion in the series. What’s gonna happen next? What about the other characters? I’m sure Jayne Frost won’t leave us hanging but I’m just mind blown at this point.
I would recommend this book, this whole series to those that love deeply emotional romances, rock bands and chances that are not in the minds of the characters when they meet their significant other.
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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.