This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
LIGHTNING ON MY SKIN
THUNDER IN MY SOUL
HEAVY ON MY HEART
YOU WERE MY PERFECT STORM
My world stopped turning six years ago. My best friend. My best girl. A burning field in the pouring rain. I survived, but I left the biggest part of me with them. And now I sift through the rubble of my broken life.
I didn’t want a second chance. Redemption. Closure.Not for me.
Until Gelsey. A dancer. A dreamer. Everything I’m not. She’s the light to my dark. The sun from another sky.
But sunny days never last. The storm is coming. And this time when darkness falls, I might surrender.
Another Sky is a standalone rock star romance. Warning: This book deals with depression.
Another Sky by Jayne Frost surprised me in a lot of ways. I was not expecting this book at all. It’s an amazingly written book about struggle, depression, and dealing with loss. I was reading part of this book on the plane and I was brought to tears! You should definitely have tissues ready for this book!
In Another Sky, both the hero and heroine are damaged – but both are also at a different place. Gelsey and Miles are two totally different people but they are perfect for each other.
I love how this book deals with pain, depression, and coping with loss. Everyone copes differently and I love how Frost tackles a different reaction with both of the main characters.
While Another Sky is not listed under a series, we see a few characters from the Sixth Street Bands series. I read Down to You last year and I absolutely loved it.
There are trigger warnings here about depression, pain, and dealing with death, though. But I highly recommend this book to everyone! It is also easy to pick up this book without reading the books in the Sixth Street Bands series.
Do you love reading books in public? Do you cry while reading books?
If you cry while reading books, how do you deal with it if you do it in public?