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The Truth of Tristan Lyons (Legendary Rock Star Series Book 4) by [Dunbar, L.B.]
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About the Author

L.B. Dunbar loves to read to the point it might be classified as an addiction. The past few years especially she has relished the many fabulous YA authors, the new genre of New Adult, traditional romances, and historical romances. A romantic at heart, she’s been accused of having an overactive imagination, as if that was a bad thing. Author of the Sensations Collection, Sound Advice, Taste Test, Fragrance Free, Touch Screen, and Sight Words, she is also author of the Legendary Rock Star series, beginning with The Legend of Arturo King. She grew up in Michigan, but has lived in Chicago for longer, calling it home with her husband and four children.

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  • File Size: 1125 KB
  • Print Length: 346 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01228ZLE2
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
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This is book 4 in this series, where you should read the books in sequence in prefer to fully understand what is happening.

Another fabulous story from LB Dunbar! Tristan is escaping from the situation The Nights have found themselves in with Arturo 'missing' and the band unclear where it's going. So he winds up at a beach house - at the same time as Ireland, who is also running from her situation. The pair get off to a bad start.

I have loved this series, and look forward to Guinevere's story. LB Dunbar is definitely one of my favourite authors. Stories are well written, complex, with great characters.
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I love this series, I really do. This is my 3rd read out of the 4 (unfortunately I have not had a chance to read Perkins Vale yet) and they go from strength to strength. I really am quite awestruck that an author can take a character that disappeared at the end of book one and continue to keep them at the forefront of the readers mind in subsequent books. Arturo never takes over, but the fact of the matter is, he’s there.
Tristan and Ireland are absolutely lost in this book, they meet accidentally both wanting to wallow and lick their wounds, they want some alone time to reflect. What they get is a tentative relationship that starts off abruptly; they slowly peel each other’s layers back and settle into a weird kind of relationship. I mean it’s hard for Tristan to look further than a quick role in the hay, that’s what he’s famous for after all, you can see the difficulty he has keeping Ireland in that box. Irelands story is just weird, but in a good way. There’s a healthy dose of manipulation going on there.
Quite a suspenseful read, you don’t really get a lot of the answers until late on in the book, but that’s what makes a good read right? Keeping the reader on their toes, LB did that no problem here and it wasn’t easy to guess what was going on. I liked that very much. I always hate a story that’s too easy to unravel. My hump came really with the back end of the book. I felt let down by Tristan a little, I didn’t think he fought hard enough for Ireland once they were back to reality and for me the story fizzled out a little. I liked the ending but it felt a little flat in comparison to the rest of the book.
So we wait now for Guinee, I think that book is going be the best of them, but again another series comes to an end and this is going to be quite sad as I’ve thoroughly enjoyed The Nights. Highly recommended as LB Dunbar writes one hell of a story.
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This is the first book I have read by this author and I can say I was very impressed. It wasn’t until I got to the end and read the authors note though about the tale of Tristan and Isolde that I was like ‘doh’ how did I not see what this story was based on! I was starting to see a few similarities with other characters, Arturo/Arthur, Lansing Lotte/Lanelot and Guinevere, but because I hadn’t read the first three in the series I wasn’t sure what to make of it. I’m not sure about the others in the series but this one can definitely be a read as a stand-alone. Mostly because a lot of the story is just Tristan and Ireland by themselves on the island which I loved as it was great to see how they developed as characters together in that environment.

So Tristan, a guitar playing rock star, comes across to begin with as a bit of a playboy and a very big jerk, borderline moron. He needs to get away from all the hype about Arturo going missing after his accident. He can’t stand not knowing where his friend is and feels the need to escape the pressures that have been building so plans a stay on a Caribbean island. He wants to be alone with no distractions, mainly so no-one can have an opinion on him drinking himself into oblivion, what he doesn’t expect is a blond beauty to show up expecting to stay aswell. His first thoughts are that she is a fan girl and can’t believe that she doesn’t know who he is.

Ireland is a famous model that needs to escape just as badly as Tristan does but for very different reasons, being forced to marry a man just to cover a debt for her parents would lay heavy on anyone’s mind. She comes to the island to hide from her troubles, needing time to think things through.
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Another rocking book from L.B.Dunbar!!

Every one of these books has sucked me in from the word go and Tristan's book is certainly no exception.

Tristan like his bandmates is struggling with the disappearance of Arturo and jets off to the Cayman Islands to drink himself into oblivion. But he thought he would be alone in the luxurious house. He was wrong. Someone else needed to escape and chose the exact same place as him.

Ireland is escaping from her secretive life and she can't help the natural attraction to Tristan, even if he is a total jerk when hes drunk!!

The story of their developing relationship is intruguing as is Ireland's secrets shes holding dear. The twists will shock you and leave you screaming at your kindle as I did.

And OMG holy hell we actually find out what happened to Arturo!! OMG!!! I will not say in this review but it shocked me to the core and left me stunned.

I know theres only one book left, and this kinda upsets me. I mean its all going to end! :( sad faces all round. One of my favourite series of 2015.
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