Lost For You

Lost For You

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...

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  • Jenny••Steamy Reads Blog••

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    “You’re the smooth surface to all my jagged edges”

    This has been such a wonderful surprise!! I’ve read reviews on the previous books in this series and couldn’t wait to read this. So getting an ARC for this book, I was giddy, yet nervous, after all its a new author to me!!

    Seriously, what the heck was I even worried about. This book was simply amazing to me. I loved it!! The writing was fabulous, it sucked me in from the

    ✨✨**Now available, if you love a good love story pick this one up today**✨✨

    “You’re the smooth surface to all my jagged edges”

    This has been such a wonderful surprise!! I’ve read reviews on the previous books in this series and couldn’t wait to read this. So getting an ARC for this book, I was giddy, yet nervous, after all its a new author to me!!

    Seriously, what the heck was I even worried about. This book was simply amazing to me. I loved it!! The writing was fabulous, it sucked me in from the beginning. A book that holds me captive is a winner in my book world. Now with saying that, I will not lie. This book hurt too. I wanted to throw my kindle, I lost my finger nails. It’s angsty as hell. Up and down. Down and up. And it doesn’t stop until the end. Believe me, ask my kids, I couldn’t be interrupted.

    I enjoyed the character development in this book. This author really puts you through getting to know these characters.

    Chase Noble. You. Are. Stunning. Astounding. Breathtaking. And yes, you broke me a bit too. This man is strong and he is weak. Inside he is gentle and a bit broken but he’s addicted to one drug that rehab will not help him with.

    On the outside, yeah, he’s umm, sigh....

    Taryn Ayers. Strong, broken, business driven. I felt she relied a little to bit too much on business, yet at the same time, I think she fell back on her business to be her life as she had literally lost everything else in her life. Until one thing changed it all.... She is full of passion and love, waiting to give it to the right person.

    If you enjoy broken rockstars and love, I can’t recommend this one enough. I will definitely be stalking Mrs. Frost for her next release in this series and can only keep my fingers crossed as to who it’ll be on and what she’ll do with them!!!!!!🙏🏻🙏🏻

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  • Maria✦❋Steamy Reads Blog❋✦

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    ➦Awwwww, Chase, every time you say,

    I melt...

    ➦And every time you say

    well... won't be needing these anymore...

    ➦That's all I got.

    ➦What? You want constructive criticism? Ok, then. I'll just say this. My absolute favorite thing about Jayne's writing is the way she portrays her characters. They aren't just "good" or "bad," they are both, with traits that make them feel very real. Even if she describes a character t

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    ➦Awwwww, Chase, every time you say,

    I melt...

    ➦And every time you say

    well... won't be needing these anymore...

    ➦That's all I got.

    ➦What? You want constructive criticism? Ok, then. I'll just say this. My absolute favorite thing about Jayne's writing is the way she portrays her characters. They aren't just "good" or "bad," they are both, with traits that make them feel very real. Even if she describes a character that comes off as selfish or controlling, you can't help but relate and in some way understand where they are coming from. Those traits don't make them bad, they simply make them human.

    ➦And while "famous rockstar falls for a girl next door" trope will never cease to be my favorite, the non-cookie cutter themes in Jayne's last two books are the ones that will stay in my mind for a while. And that's what I love about books that don't just make you feel good. They pack a punch and they give you characters that grip your heart and stay with you.

    ➦And by all means, if you want a lighthearted rockstar read with a bunch of laughs, read the first two books in this series. Because Jayne can do those too. And now I will leave you with two words.

  • Carol [Goodreads Addict]

    Lost For You is book four in the Sixth Street Bands series by Jayne Frost. Jayne is a new to me author. I have not previously read any of the books in this series. I want to admit up front that in the beginning of this book, I did feel a bit overwhelmed with the secondary characters. I found myself re-reading parts to try to keep it straight who was who and what their relationships were to each other. This may have been avoided had I read t

    Lost For You is book four in the Sixth Street Bands series by Jayne Frost. Jayne is a new to me author. I have not previously read any of the books in this series. I want to admit up front that in the beginning of this book, I did feel a bit overwhelmed with the secondary characters. I found myself re-reading parts to try to keep it straight who was who and what their relationships were to each other. This may have been avoided had I read the previous books. BUT…at some point, none of it mattered any longer. My sole focus was on the two main characters. They had my complete attention and my heart. This was such a heart breaking, beautifully told story.

    Chase Noble is the most successful land developer in the state of Texas, owner of two music venues and a handful of buildings and restaurants. Is this where he though he would be ten years ago? No. He had the makings of a hot new music star. He had the ability to both write and play music. He also had a weakness for drugs, and that is what won out. After a long stint in rehab, he’s been clean for over ten years. He’s happy to leave the rock star business to his younger brother, Cameron and just run his two bars and other businesses. But then he sees her. He looks into those eyes and he can’t look away.

    Five years ago Taryn Ayers lost two of her best friends in a terrible accident. Her life hasn’t been the same since. Taryn, along with her best friend Tori Grayson, runs Twin Souls, a premier music management company. Taryn had been together with her childhood sweetheart, Beckett, since they were kids. He was supposed to be her forever. But after the accident, Beckett cheated, repeatedly. Now, with tabloid accounts of his activities in her face, she’s done. But he’s been in her life forever. She can’t just walk away from him. But as far as being an actual couple, that part is over.

    When she first meets Chase, she wants no part of him. But his persistence pays off and she gives in. The chemistry between these two is crazy hot. Chase proposes a friends with benefits type of relationship. But can Taryn do that, have a casual fling? Or will she eventually need more? And what about Beckett? How will the bond they still share figure into all of this?

    As Taryn still struggles with her grief and her lingering ties to Beckett, Chase finds himself battling his own demons. At the same time, he is trying to help his brother’s bandmate, Logan’s little sister get clean. But somehow these two keep finding their way back to each other.

    As I said above, these two had my heart, and they broke my heart. There were trust issues, addiction issues, business issues, friend issues, and a whole host of things that tried to keep these two apart. My jaw hit the ground at one particular part. I can’t believe that it happened! The story was fast paced and beautifully told. I’m definitely not done with this author.

  • Aisling Zena

    This was the perfect book to read to get rid of the taste from the latest bad book I read. In all honesty I like my rock star books a bit less sombre and more cheeky but boy, did I gobble this all up and wanted more.

    The writing was truly exceptional. And I'll tell you why, because even though this is my first book from this author I felt like I was reunited with an old friend. Sometimes when you read a new author you need a few pages, sometimes chapters, to get

    This was the perfect book to read to get rid of the taste from the latest bad book I read. In all honesty I like my rock star books a bit less sombre and more cheeky but boy, did I gobble this all up and wanted more.

    The writing was truly exceptional. And I'll tell you why, because even though this is my first book from this author I felt like I was reunited with an old friend. Sometimes when you read a new author you need a few pages, sometimes chapters, to get into their rhythm or style. Not here. I got sucked in the book with the first few words like I've been reading Jayne Frost all my life. She pulled me in and hooked me good and I couldn't stop until I read it all. And I did. At work,while working, during my lunch, during dinner, during every single spare moment I had.

    Since I came to this party late (shame on me), I don't know if there are any mentions of Taryn and her past in the previous books. Or any mentions of Chase. I'm sure there's probably some but in any case this can easily be read as a standalone.

    The book centers around Taryn Ayers and Chase Noble. Two very complex souls trying to simply live and survive. Chase is a successful land developer with properties all over the place. But he also has a passion for music. One that completely derailed his life. Because as talented as he is in music, he is just as ill-equipped to handle what comes with it. Losing himself in drugs early on, he decides to quit his budding and successful music career in order to save his life. He goes through rehab and then rebuilds his life in a different direction, putting his old life and demons behind. All that comes to a head the minute he meets Taryn. Chase realises that his demons are alive and well and kicking his ten year sobriety out the window.

    Taryn Ayers is a woman mired in grief. She lost two of her best friends in bus accident. A bus she was supposed to be on. Five years on and she's still trying to come to terms with it. Taryn and her best friend Tori Grayson and the only one of her friends to survive the accident, run a music management company, Twin Souls. Her whole identity and life are entrenched in the company and her childhood friends Tori, Dylan and Beckett. To such an extent that they expect her to drop everything and fix their lives and mistakes. Her relationship with Beckett is even more complicated as they had been childhood sweethearts. Following the accident Beckett cheated again and again while Taryn was still too numb from grief and worry over Tori. At first she ignores it but when it becomes too much she ends things. Though Beckett, even five years on, continues to behave like they are still together while he's with other women. Romantically they maybe be over but their lives are so enmeshed that Taryn can't break out.

    This book dealt with drug abuse, backsliding, guilt, relationships that have outgrown and ultimately two people that fell in love despite of it all. And I loved it! Usually I prefer more lighthearted books but Jayne Frost managed to captivate me and keep me engaged throughout.

    My very next read.

  • Megan✦❋Steamy Reads Blog❋✦

    One of the things I love most about reading and reviewing books are the never before read authors you discover. This is my first story by Jayne Frost and I really enjoyed it. I haven’t had the privilege of reading the other books in the

    series as of yet, but rest assured I will correct that in the very near future. When you discover new authors it can sometimes be hit or miss, but not in th

    One of the things I love most about reading and reviewing books are the never before read authors you discover. This is my first story by Jayne Frost and I really enjoyed it. I haven’t had the privilege of reading the other books in the

    series as of yet, but rest assured I will correct that in the very near future. When you discover new authors it can sometimes be hit or miss, but not in this case. Jayne Frost can seriously write, with her carefully crafted plot lines and well developed characters, she sucked me in.

    Our hero Chase, is dark, broken and real. He’s been to hell and back, but lives to tell his story, which is no easy feat by any means. He’s fragile, but then I felt him to be so strong on the other hand and when you’ve moved to the dark side it is so hard to come out the other end and finally find the light at the end of a dark tunnel.

    Taryn is strong, so strong. I can’t even imagine going through what this woman has gone through and come out the other side unscathed; the strength it must take to get through your worst nightmare and have the ability to pick yourself up and carry on is simply unfathomable to me.

    is, after all said and done, a rockstar romance and we all know rockstars live by the creed of sex, drugs and rock n roll. The struggles with drugs and addiction felt so real, I read it feeling waves of depression, but then enlightenment as well, a real roller coaster. Addiction is a really dark cloud that hangs over the head of many a rockstar, especially so during the prime of their careers. This story was raw, gritty, real and I felt every emotion.

    It was not all doom and gloom, though I do love my emotional reads, so sometimes I can focus on that aspect. However, there were also hot, sexy and steamy scenes to help balance out the emotion, which had me hoping this couple would rise above the hurt and pain of their past and find their HEA.

    I really enjoyed this story and it kept me invested from the start as I absorbed all the pain, heartbreak, emotion and love. If you adore your angsty, friends-to-lovers rockstar romances then I suggest you check this one out, you won’t be sorry.

  • Eve Recinella (Between The Bookends)

     

     

    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

    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.

  • Cristina | CristiinaReads

    ➳I am not a big fan of music romance, which is ironic because I love music and I basically listen to anything that is music every single day. However, with this novel, my perspective of rock-band-romances has changed for sure and I have to thank

    for that since she has written a masterpiece of a love story.

    ➳I was warned about this novel being a standalone, and I even asked if I needed to read the previous books

    ➳I am not a big fan of music romance, which is ironic because I love music and I basically listen to anything that is music every single day. However, with this novel, my perspective of rock-band-romances has changed for sure and I have to thank

    for that since she has written a masterpiece of a love story.

    ➳I was warned about this novel being a standalone, and I even asked if I needed to read the previous books in the series to understand the present characters. I was told that it was not necessary, but I will be honest-I felt like I should have read the previous books. Some aspects of this story became unclear to me since characters from previous books were mentioned and what has been happening with them, and my confusion altered about maybe 75% reading through the novel. Questions were asked amongst the characters and also from myself, trying to identify what actually was going on. However, I was able to indulge in the mystery and the chemistry between Chase and Tyran....

    ➳MY GOD! These two are characters that I fell in love with instantly. It is a no brainer that Jayne knows how to properly write and describe good characters that have history, broken promises, broken attributes, and most importantly, hearts that need to be mended for the wholesome idea of finding a connection with an individual that can bring you happiness beyond many emotions that can be present.

    ➳The spark, the connection, the

    for Chase and Tyran is there for sure. One really cannot miss it and does not want to miss it either way. This is a love story filled with so much hope and recreations of a new start that one really gets captivated to the page on trying to acquire an understanding to fictional characters that have problems that can idealistic in the real world. Overall, I loved this novel so much. My connection and admiration towards the characters in this novel is by far, hands down one of the most unique and nicely put together. Thank you to Jayne for giving me chance at reading this novel, and thank you to Maria for recommending this beauty!

  • Christy

    was my second book by Jayne Frost, and I can officially say, she has a knack for writing rock star romances. This book was steamy, emotional, and had a damaged hero and heroine who helped heal each other- my favorite kind of read!

    Chase Noble was born to be in the limelight. He’s got the talent, but he also has a bad habit of drug abuse when he’s in that life, so he finds it best to stay behind the scenes and let his little brother, Cameron be the star. Taryn Ayers lost two

    was my second book by Jayne Frost, and I can officially say, she has a knack for writing rock star romances. This book was steamy, emotional, and had a damaged hero and heroine who helped heal each other- my favorite kind of read!

    Chase Noble was born to be in the limelight. He’s got the talent, but he also has a bad habit of drug abuse when he’s in that life, so he finds it best to stay behind the scenes and let his little brother, Cameron be the star. Taryn Ayers lost two of the most important people in her life. She hasn’t been the same since. When she first meets Chase, they are drawn to each other. She feels something she hasn’t felt in a long time. They both have a lot of issues between them, but you can’t fight a connection like they have…

    This is the 4th book in Frost’s Sixth Street series, but all of them can be read as stand-alones. After reading books 3 and 4 I’ve gotta say, I’m dying for a Logan book! I hope his is next!!! I listened to the audio book and I enjoyed the narration. The quality was good, and I would recommend picking it up if you like to listen to your stories.

    is a sexy rock star romance with just enough feels! I give it 4 stars.

  • Nissa | Of Pens and Pages Book Blog

    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 sa

    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

    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.

    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

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    Thank you to

    and Jayne Frost for giving me the chance to read this!

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