Lost For You (Sixth Street Bands, #4)
When I was eighteen, I stood at the precipice of stardom. I had the record deal. And the tour to back it up. But I succumbed to the pressure of that life. The dark side. Now, I skate on the fringe. My brother is the genius guitarist for the band Caged, and I’m the one who helped make that happen. I’m happy to run my bars and my land development company. Sure I am. And then I meet her—Taryn Ayers—the music manager behind the three biggest bands in the country. She doesn’t know I’m Cam’s older brother. Or that I’ve got a secret that makes her world and mine fundamentally incompatible. Problem is, I want to know Taryn.But do I want her to know me? Lost For You is a New Adult standalone romance.

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Lost For You (Sixth Street Bands, #4) Review

  • Cristina | CristiinaReads
    January 1, 1970
    ➳Wow... My very first book by this author and I loved it way too much... ➳ARC kindly provided by author, in exchange for an honest review coming closer to release date...➳Follow Me On:Blog ♕ Instagram ♕ Facebook ♕ Twitter
  • Eve Recinella (Between The Bookends)
    January 1, 1970
      This review will likely be all over the place and not make a lot of sense. This book was angst on steroids and depressing as hell. I did not enjoy it one bit. None of the characters were particularly likable and even by the end I didn't care if any of them got an HEA or not. BUT at the same time I found myself consumed with the story and desperately turning the pages. So clearly I have a bit of a conundrum here...The writing was fantastic. The pace was fantastic. I was never bored or felt the   This review will likely be all over the place and not make a lot of sense. This book was angst on steroids and depressing as hell. I did not enjoy it one bit. None of the characters were particularly likable and even by the end I didn't care if any of them got an HEA or not. BUT at the same time I found myself consumed with the story and desperately turning the pages. So clearly I have a bit of a conundrum here...The writing was fantastic. The pace was fantastic. I was never bored or felt the need to skim. The plot was engaging and like I mentioned above had me turning the pages. It wasn't a happy-go-lucky read though. It was raw. It was dark. It was real. It was depressing. I guess there was redemption and hope to be found near the end, but for me the heaviness of the plot that comprises most of the book just overshadowed everything. Like I said above, this one was full on angst and drama. There really wasn't any OW drama but there was definite OM drama. There was a good cast of secondary characters and Taryn and Chase were OK. I just found none of them particularly likable. I found Taryn to be extremely annoying. The way she strung Beckett along. Yes, she repeatedly told him it was over in words, but her actions said anything but that. Chase was OK. I mean there wasn't anything wrong with him but I just never felt a "love" connection between him and Taryn. Hot sex, yes, but a soul deep connection...NOPE. I felt that more between Taryn and Beckett and their shared history and love. And don't even get me started on Tori. Chick was a grade A bitch and I have a bad feeling we will be treated to a love triangle with her and Logan and Dylan. So yea, as you can see from what I have written above I struggled with this one. There wasn't much I liked about it. Not the plot. Not the characters. The ending felt rushed. But I have to also admit that the author hooked me from the first page. My stomach was in knots. I was cursing. I needed to know how this was all going to play out. I just COULD NOT PUT THIS BOOK DOWN. Right now I am vacillating between 3-Stars or 4-Stars for this one. I think I will go with 3.5 for now with an option to change that upon further reflection.
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  • Wendy'sThoughts
    January 1, 1970
    At Sometime We All Adult, Right...We make sacrifices convinced this is the path ...The way to be who we need to be...But are we truly happy making those decisions...What if you meet the Woman who makes you wonder...Who is everything you know you shouldn't want...But Oh, You So Do....Does it make you question everything...Because let's face it...He's become... Lost for You- January 2018A gifted copy was provided by author/publisher for an honest review.For more Reviews, Free E-books and Giveaway At Sometime We All Adult, Right...We make sacrifices convinced this is the path ...The way to be who we need to be...But are we truly happy making those decisions...What if you meet the Woman who makes you wonder...Who is everything you know you shouldn't want...But Oh, You So Do....Does it make you question everything...Because let's face it...He's become... Lost for You- January 2018A gifted copy was provided by author/publisher for an honest review.For more Reviews, Free E-books and Giveaways
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  • Snow
    January 1, 1970
    ***ARC kindely provided by the author in exchange for an honest review***
  • Jen
    January 1, 1970
    Lost for You is the fourth book in Jayne Frost’s Sixth Street series, and is Taryn and Chase’s story. Taryn is a music manager working with her best friend, Tori. They manage three of the largest bands, including her ex’s band. When she meets Chase at Starbucks, he’s very persistent and convinces her to go out with him.“Our Eyes met, and for a moment I felt a connection so deep it took my breath away.”Taryn and Tori both are still trying to get over the deaths of loved ones, so Chase could be th Lost for You is the fourth book in Jayne Frost’s Sixth Street series, and is Taryn and Chase’s story. Taryn is a music manager working with her best friend, Tori. They manage three of the largest bands, including her ex’s band. When she meets Chase at Starbucks, he’s very persistent and convinces her to go out with him.“Our Eyes met, and for a moment I felt a connection so deep it took my breath away.”Taryn and Tori both are still trying to get over the deaths of loved ones, so Chase could be that new start that Taryn needs. Chase is really a good guy at heart, even though he’s not really into relationships. What would usually have ban a one night stand for Chase turns into him wanting to see more of Taryn. Taryn on the other hand doesn’t do one night stands so she and Chase both agree to be friends at least, but soon friends is not enough. The problem is that Chase has demons that he’s battling and what happens when those demons come to light. Can Taryn handle it or will those demons take them both down?I enjoyed this read. I hated seeing Chase do so well, even trying to help others, and then struggle with his past demons. The relationship between Taryn and her ex went on a little too long for me. Taryn may have said they were over, but she was too soft and never said it with enough conviction to convince Beckett. I really think she held onto that friendship just so she wouldn’t be alone. I loved seeing Tori and Logan together. They’ve each met their match and neither is willing to back down which can only lead to an explosive romance *fingers crossed* that I can’t wait to read. Thanks again to Maria✦❋Steamy Reads Blog❋✦ for this ARC and recommendation.ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Bellereader
    January 1, 1970
    Soul Bound. Hope Drowned. Redemption Found.Taryn and Chase are finding the path to love, peace, and salvation in one another's arms. Taryn knows what it's like wake up a phone call that changes your whole world. In the blink of an eye she went from one Taryn to another. Losing those she loved most in the world was soul crushing and knowing it could have been her there as well paralyzing. Now living in the aftermath she is trying to do what she can go on and hopefully make them proud. During her Soul Bound. Hope Drowned. Redemption Found.Taryn and Chase are finding the path to love, peace, and salvation in one another's arms. Taryn knows what it's like wake up a phone call that changes your whole world. In the blink of an eye she went from one Taryn to another. Losing those she loved most in the world was soul crushing and knowing it could have been her there as well paralyzing. Now living in the aftermath she is trying to do what she can go on and hopefully make them proud. During her grieving she lost Beckett in an oh so public fashion so she just focusing on managing the music and keeping her head above water. When Chase Noble grins at her and does his best to tempt her, Taryn is for the first time in a long time time yearning for something. Chase has some finite rules for his life. Considering that few people know his true net worth and even fewer know his relation to his famous brother - he’s sort of like a man of mystery. Even less known are the demons he carries from the perpetual monkey on his back no matter how many years in recovery he is. When he stumbles quite literally across Taryn he is amazed by the famous lady and instantly knows he wants to get to know her better. Getting lost in one another is far too easy, but finding themselves in each other is the real prize. I voluntarily read an advance reader copy of this book.
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  • Coral
    January 1, 1970
    Oh man, I had such high expectations for this book. Chase was one of the background characters that caught my eye from the first book. I wanted to know more about a guy who had made it through rehab and managed to build up a successful business, and seemed to be the go-to guy for advice. I was hoping for more maturity... and I have to say I was disappointed.Sigh. I get that the guy has demons, but dammit man! Get your shit together. Pfffffff it was frustrating. Taryn needed a strong man to suppo Oh man, I had such high expectations for this book. Chase was one of the background characters that caught my eye from the first book. I wanted to know more about a guy who had made it through rehab and managed to build up a successful business, and seemed to be the go-to guy for advice. I was hoping for more maturity... and I have to say I was disappointed.Sigh. I get that the guy has demons, but dammit man! Get your shit together. Pfffffff it was frustrating. Taryn needed a strong man to support her, especially with that fuckboi Beckett circling like a vulture trying to pick her carcass. I liked it when I saw some steel under Taryn. She was clearly dealing with her own issues, but I cheered most for her when she showed what she was really made of. I wish she would have showed that a bit more with the men in her life.Taryn and Chase had crazy chemistry, and were smoking hot. But I didn't get enough of their interactions outside of the bedroom to really believe in the love. I think maybe if we saw them work together on something for the bands, that might have come through better. I am finally coming around to Logan. I think he's had more development of his personality across the series than any of the other characters. And I really love the heroine who is (hopefully) being set up for him.Despite my disappointment, this is still one of my favourite rock romance series. I will definitely keep reading.And can we talk about that cover model. Were his parents beavers, because DAMN!*I received a free advance copy of this book with no obligation to post a review.*
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  • Audrey R
    January 1, 1970
    What a ride! Where do I start? I’ve been looking forward to this book for some time. I wanted to know more about the 6 Street Band background and I so got that in this story. Taryn’s story was heartbreaking but I love that she was able to be her own person. I felt her pain and saw her strength. This connection she had to Chase from the start was magic for me. Chase had to face the hard truth about his inner self. And my heart broke for him. The way he dealt with his addiction was real and not gl What a ride! Where do I start? I’ve been looking forward to this book for some time. I wanted to know more about the 6 Street Band background and I so got that in this story. Taryn’s story was heartbreaking but I love that she was able to be her own person. I felt her pain and saw her strength. This connection she had to Chase from the start was magic for me. Chase had to face the hard truth about his inner self. And my heart broke for him. The way he dealt with his addiction was real and not glossy. He didn’t drag Taryn down with him and dealt with his s**t. The side characters made this book so much better. Even if Beckett was a d**k he served a purpose to tell Taryn's story. They had a history and helped round out her charachter. I can't wait to hear more about Tori and I think we will soon! Provided an advanced reader copy and left a voluntary review.
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  • Coralee Corrigan
    January 1, 1970
    Wow . Beyond amazing read.it sucks u in from the beginning and keeps you going to the end of the book.i couldn’t put it down till till I finished it.
  • Dali
    January 1, 1970
    Sexy, angsty and real. I loved the complex characters and the way their story felt so very raw and real.Review pending.
  • Maggie
    January 1, 1970
    **LOVED**Review coming soon
  • Jayne Frost
    January 1, 1970
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