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    Denver and Ryan click so hard

    You know, I can't believe they keep creating these Fabulous stories. Yeah we've all read a series or two, but seriously, Cari and Taryn have once again started me on a journey that I will be so very sad to see end. What a wonderful story. Talk about touching on so many topics, secrets, addiction, fear, fun, friends and love. Denver and Ryan just click so hard. So many emotions but this time it's the guy​ who is making sure he's giving her space and crowding her too! Ryan is just yum. He's found someone he wants and is making sure Denver knows it. He's very perceptive and lets her have her space when she needs it, but then there are times when he realizes he needs to make sure she knows he is there for her! Denver is such a cool chick. She drives a bus...for rockstars. Can't believe she is as laid back and cool as she is. My favourite was the girl bonding at the end. Love me some HEA but it's nice to know your girls have your back.
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    Another hit on a great series

    My favorite trope is friends before lover and Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliot with this edition of found in oblivion was one of the best. Ryan and Denver are great together. Having them lean on each other and their friendship is great. Can they help each other through their pasts and issues. These two together is great one of my favorite couples in this series. I also love the fact in this series you get to see all of the people in the band and here from the significant others. You get to keep up with the whole lot of them. Can't wait for the rest of the band to pair up and more books by this pair of wonderful authors.
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    Denver & Ryan's story

    Lost Lyric is the 4th book in the Found in Oblivion Series. It can be read and absolutely enjoyed as a standalone but I think for a richer reading experience, it's best to read the books in the series in order. This is a terrific friends to lovers story of Ryan and Denver. They are best friends who play an integral part in the band "Warning Signs" and they always have each other's backs. This is the story of how their friendship developed into more. As with all Cari Quinn books, the characters are well developed, the sex is smoking hot and the story flows nicely. I was able to read this in one sitting and I am so looking forward to the next installment into this series. A side note: I typically don't listen to music when I read, I'm an 80's hair band girl and don't know much "new" music (I'm ashamed to admit this). There is a reference in this story about a song sung by "Theory of a Deadman". I ended up YouTubing the song and kept auto play on for the rest of the book. I will forever be grateful for Cari Quinn & Taryn Elliott turning me on to music I've been missing out on.
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    4.5 Stars

    Lost Lyric is the fourth title in the Found in Oblivion series, but can be read as a standalone. This title features Ryan and Denver and is a friends to lovers story and is told from a dual point of view. This pair are quite complex, and both have demons, both in the past and present. Ryan is an enigmatic character who has a lot going on beneath the surface. He's quite a captivating and endearing character, sweet yet dominant. Whilst Denver is snarky, sassy, stubborn and strong, but also has a soft vulnerable side. A story with strong themes of family, friendship and love. The love scenes are quite sexy and steamy. I love that the other members of Warning Signs, who appeared in previous books feature so heavily within this story line. The banter between the various characters is fun, flirty and full of humor. Fans of the Lost in Oblivion will notice quite a lot of crossover of characters. Once again another enjoyable and well written addition to the Found in Oblivion series, that had a few twist and turns I didn't see coming and an element of intrigue and suspense. I will be eagerly anticipating the next title in the series.
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    Lost Lyric Found

    I received a copy of this book from the authors for an unbiased review. I wasn't sure how I was going to like a book about Ryan and Denver. I mean, Denver - yeah, she's awesome. But Ryan was a bit of an enigma up until this point. I was pretty sure he wasn't going to be a dick - that spot is already taken by Malachi, but man, the field was wide open. Even a little ways in I still didn't have a handle on him. Then Denver's inner monologue came. That's when I started to understand what Ryan was about. In fact, I think we learned more about him through Den than we did by hearing stuff straight from the horse's mouth. And I. LOVE. THAT. My favorite stories are where you get the plot via context, not by reading a rambling narrative. Mind you, if that's written well, it can be good too, but it takes a skilled author to sneak you the details of the plot without handing them to you outright. There were moments in Lost Lyric where the characters came out and told "us" what was happening, but most of the time we learned about things because they unfolded naturally. Both of the leads had mysterious backstories, although to differing degrees, and they dovetailed together nicely near the end of the book. I say "nicely," even though it was pretty tense and suspenseful - mostly because it didn't take up a lot of time. I liked that the majority of the book was about our couple, and not this backstory that could've made things cluttered and messy. I have to put this book in the super hot and steamy category, because MAN OH MAN... the scene with the earbuds in the bus... CRAZYTOWN. And don't worry, there are some cameos from familiar faces. Twisty, surprising cameos. The setup for the next book has me already salivating. Molly isn't my favorite character, in fact, I don't think you could PAY me to hang with her. That being said - if she gets taken down a peg or two by the Professor and the Rock Star, I'm 100% IN! Lost Lyric was so close to perfect that I had to give it FIVE STARS. I can't wait for Perfect Pitch, so... *grabby hands*
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