New Release + Review: Lost For You by Jayne Frost

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

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?

“Tomorrow’s not promised, baby. It’s a gift.” Her back stiffened, so I pulled her close. “If you want me to wrap it up in a bow and give it to you … I will. All my tomorrows.”

Five years ago, two of the most important people in Taryn Ayers’ life died in an accident, and she almost lost her bestfriend Tori in the process. It wasn’t easy living in the shadow of the people she loved, but she persisted and struggled and survived through the guilt and pain of her loss. Now, she’s handling some of the talented bands and musicians in the industry. But one possibly big scandal could ruin her and everything she’d worked for.

Chase Noble owned bars and buildings and land development companies, he was successful in every sense of the word. Not many people knew about him or his affiliation with the lead guitarist of the band Caged. He was supposed to be like an undercover CEO who was trying to help his bandmate’s little sister with her juvenile addiction and rehab.

But when Chase met Taryn, he became addicted himself, and he didn’t know how to control  his fascination with her. He’d love to get her under the sheets, but what if she discovered the skeletons hiding in his closet instead?

If there’s one thing I really loved about romance stories, that is complications. Yes, I love getting into complex setups, complicated relationships and characters tangled in intricate, convoluted drama. The more nerve-wracking the story, the better. And this book definitely delivered. Lost For You by Jayne Frost got me fixated with its storyline right from the start.

I have read the first book in this series (Gone For You – the Sixth Street Bands series) and I was floored. When I learned about the release of book 4,  I prepared myself for an onslaught of emotions. I knew I had to read this pronto, because I couldn’t get enough of Caged.  The first few pages really got me hooked, Taryn and Chase’s respective narrations were intense and before long, I was already immersed in the story and gobbled it all up, hook line and sinker.

Chase Noble lives up to his name, being noble and being a real knight in shining armor. I love his dedication to help a bandmate’s heavily troubled sister. I love how he doesn’t get things halfassed done and he’s the all-around guy you would really root for, even with his drug addiction issue. Staying sober and in love however, definitely suited him. And Taryn, oh I love how she behaves when she’s around Chase. I love how broken yet composed she is when with her best friends, and how fierce she is when dealing with her clients. talents and even exes. The other characters were equally a pleasure to read, even Beckett Brennin, the kind of ex that you’d love to hate and hate to love.

Overall, Jayne Frost’s latest offering got me all hot and bothered, enthralled and delighted. This series is totally worth waiting for. Rockstar romances will always have a special place in my heart, and this book gets that part. This book is delicious, and I wouldn’t blame you if you’d totally get lost in it.

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