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The Truth of Tristan Lyons by L.B. Dunbar
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it was amazing
bookshelves: dual-pov, music

So... I liked this book the most so far. I give 5 star ratings when they're due, and this book deserved it.

I loved Tristan and Ireland. I loved that this renowned manwhore decided that he wanted to settle down but didn't know how, and then along comes Ireland. Her innocence and sweetness were a great recipe to demolish this man's 'uncommittable' ways. Although I thought that Ireland should have really put her foot down when everyone else was trying to dictate her life, Dunbar wrote this in such a way that I didn't get annoyed. Not once did I stop liking Ireland. That is quite a feat Mrs. Dunbar. Kudos!

Btw, did anyone else feel that Marshall got just what he deserved? I understand that he was the mom's brother, but why didn't she stand up for her daughter??? The man was disgusting right to the end. *shudder* so gross!! And why was Ireland constantly defending Mark. Tristan told her what it was like growing up with that man. If he was willing to do that to his own nephew, why did she think she was special???

Not to spoil anything but... Arturo is back... He's back... My baby's back. And it has made my heart hurt for all of these wonderful characters because they all suffered through the loss of him. But now we see that he suffered greatly as well. I'm so excited to read The Trials of Guinevere to find out the conclusion to all of this. Hopefully all of our questions will be answered.
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Started Reading
January 16, 2016 – Shelved
January 16, 2016 – Shelved as: dual-pov
January 16, 2016 – Shelved as: music
January 16, 2016 – Finished Reading

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