Review | Lost For You (Sixth Street Bands #4) by Jayne Frost

SYNOPSIS

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 STAND ALONE New Adult Romance with recurring characters. Pick up books 1-3 to get the full experience! Intended for mature audiences due to hot as sin rockstars and the world they live in.

**Please note: This book contains instances of drug use.**

This book may be unsuitable for people under 18 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Review | Lost For You

by Jayne Frost 

Lost for You is a sexy rockstar romance with angst, real characters, and a story of new chances. It's about two characters who are in their own limbos trying to get out and start again. The chemistry between them is palpable from the very start, but it's going to be a bumpy ride. Before we go on, if you're interested in reading this, I'd recommend reading the first three books before this. I think you'll appreciate and understand the story more that way.

I have to be honest and say I'm in the same boat as Cristina at CristiinaReads that while this book is promoted as a standalone, I felt lost almost throughout the story. There were things that happened to the characters prior to Lost for You that I think was crucial for me to know. Don't get me wrong, it was still an enjoyable read, but I think I would have enjoyed it more if I read the first three. 

The story has well-formed characters, who, while they look like they're doing great and they've got it going on, are battling their own demons. It's not just Chase Noble with his longstanding battle with drugs and alcohol and Taryn Ayers with the effects of a tragic event, it's the side characters directly related to them, too. It makes for an interesting few hours, and even if I was confused at times, I certainly never got bored. 

I felt the pain, the temptation, the struggles, but I also felt the moments between Chase and Taryn. The connection was there right from the start, and sparks were flying. 

Lost for You was my first Jayne Frost read, and I'm happy I got the chance to read this. The writing style was entertaining, the story even more so, and it pleased the rockstar romance lover in me. So, I'd say this was a win. I'm definitely reading the other books in the series, because hello, who can resist?If you're looking for a sexy read with angst, music, steam, and second chances, you'll enjoy Lost for You.

Thank you to Maria at Steamy Reads and Jayne Frost for giving me the chance to read this!

Tropes: Friends with Benefits, Celebrities—Rockstars,
POV: First Person, Dual POV
Standalone: Yes
Warnings: View Spoiler »

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One response to “Review | Lost For You (Sixth Street Bands #4) by Jayne Frost

  1. This is why I don’t usually buy it when books in a series are promoted as standalones. It sucks getting lost in a sea of characters, you don’t know who’s who. At least you did enjoy it somehow, even with all the angst, lol. Great review, Nissa!

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