Cade (Default Distraction #3) by A.S. Roberts – Review by Faith Jackson

Cade (Default Distraction #3)Cade by A.S. Roberts
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Default Distraction is a chart-topping band with let me just put this lightly, major success.
We follow drummer and a Morello, son of a Mafia boss, we see Cade expose a more vulnerable side to himself.
We find that Cade Morello is running from something that happened in the life but hasn’t looked back since.
Cade finds himself falling for the band’s lead guitarist’s little sister who has grown up right before his eyes who he thinks will freeze him out.
He has to prove his love for her to show her it’s legit. With every sense of his being, he knows it’s real and he’s in it for the long run. He’s down for the ride no matter where it takes him.
The problem with their love is they’re from two different worlds, two different countries and the world tells them it won’t work and it won’t make sense.
She’s a boss of her own: Keeping her business in check, pushing orders, and living her way on her own time. This is a world she embraces.
The difference with her and Cade is she’s not willing to lay down her guard while he’s putting it all on the table. She believes he’s too much to handle for her.
In this ride of a story, it’s exciting and unpredictable but worth the risk to delve into these character’s lives. Such a fun and interesting read. I couldn’t wait to get through the book just to review it. One of the best books I’ve read in a minute. I highly recommend it!

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