Monday, July 31, 2017

3 THINGS I LOVE ABOUT: Sixth Street Band Romance series by Jayne Frost & more


The blog is 3 years old today! 🎂🎂🎂Wow, I remember when it was still a baby. It’s grown so much. In keeping with the 'three' theme, here are 3 pieces of trivia about the blog: 

1. The very first post was a review of Paradise by Tess Oliver. Because I was still figuring out all the details of blogging the link says “decided to kick off this bookblog” instead of the heading, title, and author. (http://book-bosomed.blogspot.com/2014/07/decided-to-kick-off-this-bookblog-by.htmlI was going to fix it, but decided to leave it for memorabilia sake. But I digress; I still think this title is a little gem that doesn’t get enough attention so if you haven’t read it, now’s a great time to check it out. To give it the 3 Love treatment I’ll tell you that it has 
1) a hot, alpha male
2) a strong, cute heroine 
3) beach sex!  

2. The first three titles reviewed all take place on an island, tying in with the blog’s cover image of the beach and the escape theme. (Paradise by Tess Oliver, Temp by Cambria Hebert, and Twist Me by Anna Zaires) They are all amazing reads, which I highly recommend.


3. The most popular post to date is the 2016 Valentine’s Day Love Letters which includes some of the books featured in previous weeks. Check it out HERE 

I’d like to take this moment to thank everyone I’ve met and worked with over the years—the authors, the readers, everyone in the community.  Some days maintaining the blog is hard work, but at the same time the reading escapes make it all worth it.

If only there were more Mondays in the month (said no one ever) I’d give a lot more shout-outs. There are many more great books out there that I could recommend.  Make sure you checked out all the recommended reads from the previous weeks. As always, these posts were not sponsored. 

Of course, it wouldn't be a party without a band. 🎸So before I start bouncing off the walls like an exuberant toddler ready to kick off a birthday celebration, check out the month's final feature. Here's 3 Things I Love About Sixth Street Band Romance series by Jayne Frost. 🎼

3. Because it’s more than sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll. 
These books pack a strong romantic punch, and there’s a lot substance to the stories. It’s not about a crazy rocker lifestyle; it’s about finding the one, sweeping her off her feet, bringing out the best in her too, and making love last.
“‘Maybe the words don’t come because they don’t want to leave those beautiful lips any more than I do.’”
2. These guys have a way with words.
This rocker series isn’t just a bunch of guys in a band. Told via the hero’s point of view, these dudes are poets and lovers. 
“I wondered if she smelled the same in summer, or if sunshine emanated from her pores. It was then I realized I really wanted to find out.”
1. They rock hard and they fall harder.
“I’d grown to believe she was my air. The fact I couldn’t breathe without her proved the hypothesis.”
*be still my heart* Do I even have to comment on that? I think it says it all.  Start 1-clicking while I throw my panties on the stage! 😉

~Books in the Series~

#1
Gone for You

“‘I swear, Lily. I will tie you up if you don’t quit.’ I trudged toward the first group of lights. Telling her I wouldn’t fuck her was not only a lie. It was a damn lie. It would be a miracle if we made it to her front door and a bigger miracle if we made it to a bed.”
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#2
Fall with Me
“‘I’m not worried about you touching you. That’s my job, angel. I’ll always take care of you.’”
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~Future Books in the Series~
#3 Missing From Me
#4 Lost for You

~About the Author~
Jayne Frost 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.
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