Wednesday, 7 October 2015
The Truth of Tristan Lyons by L.B. Dunbar
Tam Tam's review
Oct 03, 15
4 of 5 stars
Read from September 07 to 10, 2015
I loved the fourth installment of this series. This is not a stand alone book. You will want to read the previous three books in the Legendary Rock Star series. This book picks up right where book three leaves off.
Love is finding each member of the Nights....but not Tristan. He has earned himself the reputation as the Heartbreaker. Never a one-woman man and never in love. But as he is surrounded by love and loss, he decides to get away. Mystery still surrounds the disappearance of Arturo, his best friend. What Tristan desires is the quiet seclusion of an island. What he finds is Ireland at this island house doing the exact same thing.
Ireland has a life that is not her own. What she craves is some peace and quiet and a little sense of control in her life. Love does not even seem like an option. What she finds is Tristan, who is lost, completely out of control, and the last person looking for love.
This book puts a great modern day twist on a very old, legendary love story (no spoilers on this one, it's a great surprise when you get it). Again, this book like the others in this series, weaves a tale of love, pain and mystery while teasing us with more clues as to what happened to Arturo King and asking yourself if the Nights will ever be reunited.
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