Down to You
A star on the rise
Logan Cage, lead singer for the hottest band out of Austin, has a dark past. And a secret that he can’t outrun. For years he’s been trying to find redemption in the spotlight. But on the eve of what could be his biggest break, it almost slips away.
Rock music’s shattered princess
Tori Grayson had it all. Money. Fame. And an adoring husband to share the spotlight. But tragedy struck and took it all away. Six years later and she’s reinvented herself, founding a record label to keep the memory of those she lost alive.
A tour for the ages
When Logan winds up in jail, jeopardizing the tour that’s meant to keep Tori’s label afloat, she agrees to front his bond and join him on the road.
Neither of them was looking for love.
But sometimes fate has other plans.
Every story deserves a soundtrack. And theirs is epic.
DOWN TO YOU is a standalone rockstar romance with recurring characters.
Due to hot as sin rockstars and the world they live in, this read is recommended for mature audiences.
Uncaged Review: This book wraps up this part of the Sixth Street Band series that focuses on the band Caged. Every single one of this series is fantastic – and I was waiting for Logan’s story, and Ms. Frost delivers more than epic, she delivers a story that is everything I hoped it would be, and so much more. It doesn’t get much better than this. They can be read as standalones, but to get the full effect, starting from the beginning of this 5 book set is the way to go, and you won’t be sorry.
How do two broken people put the pieces back together? Tori lost her husband Rhenn and best friend Paige in a bus accident six years ago, and nearly her own life too. Put back together with pins and surgeries, Tori was a star in her own right, until she walked away to co-found Twin Souls Management. Logan, the lead singer of the band Caged – seeing his mother killed when he was 8 yrs old, and being the object of an abusive father, we finally get to see the experiences that began to shape Logan into who he is. How can these two very broken people, have the strength to come together?
You will need your tissue box, and start this book early enough in the day so you won’t be up all night reading, because if you’ve followed this series at all, you won’t want to put this one down. I can’t wait for the next band series. I can’t even describe how much I loved this book. I ran the full gambit of emotions with this book, from tears, to laughter, to anger and the sticking my head in the freezer to cool down from the way hot sexy parts.
And the quote at the end of the book is a perfect sum-up: “So thank you Logan. In the end…it all came down to you.” Reviewed by Cyrene