Review: Fall with Me by Jayne Frost

January 06, 2017

Fall With Me by Jayne Frost
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Standalone - Sixth Street Bands #2
Release: December 15, 2016
Length: 164 pages
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Hero POV - 1st person
Steam: 3

He’s a rock star with a brain.
She’s a grad student with no time to waste on a musician.

Christian Seers has it all figured out. Literally. He may look like a tatted-up rock star, but he’s got an IQ that rivals Einstein. After doing the math and weighing the odds, he’s learned one thing—love doesn’t exist.

Attraction? Lust?
That’s real. Biological.
And convenient too, since women love musicians.

Grad student Melody Sullivan doesn’t have time to date.
Between working at a fast food joint, studying, and researching diseases, men are the last thing on her radar.

Besides, love isn’t real. It’s a chemical thing.
Hormones. Pheromones.
Things that can be quantified.

Since Christian and Melody are too smart to fall for the oldest con going—love— they’re perfect for each other.
For now.
And now is all they want.

Can all fun and no strings really work?
Or is someone bound to fall?

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Okay y'all, this book was incredibly good. Although it was short, in no way did the story seem rushed. The pacing of the plot and the interaction between the characters made for quite the entertaining little read.

Christian is the bassist for a soon-to-be famous band, Caged. Melody is a college student who works many jobs to make ends meet. What could these two possibly have in common? Superior intellect, witty banter, and an undeniable sexual attraction. Both characters are entirely too logical to believe in love or HEAs. But what happens when the way you feel about someone else defies logic?

I enjoyed many elements of this story, such as the references to autumn (my favorite season), the delicate way the author represented various illnesses, and even the banter between Christian and Melody, though abrasive at times. Each scene illustrated the unexpected intimacy between the main characters and I was impatiently waiting for the big reveal of emotions.

I liked this book so much that I'm not only going to read book one, but I'm going to stay tuned for the rest of the series. The preview at the end into Sean's story definitely intrigues me. And I'm excited to see when Logan finally falls. That will be a trip ;)

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