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.**
“Maybe it’s better to have a short life filled with great things than a long life full of unfulfilled promises.”
MAJOR SPOILERS THROUGHOUT:
I loved all of the previous books in this series, but not this one. And I think that is because I realized something while I was reading this book… The characters’ communication skills suck and there is an overuse of the miscommunication trope to the max. I can certainly tell you that this book would be half the size it is if the characters would just TALK TO EACH OTHER. It’s ridiculous and I couldn’t take it any more.
Plus, I’m not and never have been a drug addict myself, but I felt like Chase started using again out of the blue and it made absolutely no sense. It felt like it was used to further the plot when there was no background behind it. Like, he’s been sober for 11 years and is strong enough that he has helped other people, but all the sudden decides that he needs it again?! It just didn’t make sense to me.
I’m not sure if I will be reading the next book or not. On one hand, I really enjoyed the previous books in this series and I am really interested in Logan and Tori’s story. On the other hand, the miscommunication trope has been used to the max in every installment so far and, honestly, from what I saw in this book, I didn’t like Tori very much. I don’t know. Time will tell.