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*New Adult Contemporary Rocker Romance*

Rhythm is the heart of every song.

Jase Collins lives for the stage and the perks of rock stardom. His wild antics and high-profile affairs have earned the sexy drummer the title of Hot Wired’s bad boy. He’s not quite as jaded as his fans think — but just jaded enough not to recognize the best thing that’s ever happened to him until she walks out of his life. And he doesn’t even know her name.

But without harmony, a man is lost.

Fallon Morgan has had her life mapped out since high school. She’s earned a full ride scholarship to UCLA with the driving goal of earning her doctorate. Nothing can derail her dreams — except maybe a one-night stand with the infamous Jase Collins. His chilly reception the morning after convinces her to put her biggest mistake in the past and move on without looking back.

When two hearts begin to beat as one…

When Fallon’s life takes a dramatic turn, she finds herself with no one else to turn to for help. Jase is obnoxious, demanding, and yet surprisingly tender. Though it chafes her to depend on him, the more time she spends with him changes her perceptions of the bad boy rocker. With each passing day she finds more and more faith in the man behind the public persona. If she can learn to trust her feelings, she might be willing to risk her heart.

They could find themselves Lost in the Beat!

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10620771_10205072034900094_7329743499191100236_nIris’ Review:

If you have not read Lost in the Beat, I recommend you run out and get it ASAP, you most certainly not regret it. While you’re at it, you may want to pick up book 1 in the Hot Wired series, Rockin’ the Heart. I have no doubt that if book 1 is half as good as book 2, it will become one of my all time favorites that I will be pulling out for rereads several times.

I admit it… I’m guilty. I own all of Gracen Miller’s books, but time constraints being what they are, I haven’t gotten a chance to read them. Bad, Iris! I think she is a great person and now I can tack on a fantastic author. From the moment I picked up Lost in the Beat I was hooked. Have you ever read a book that engrossed you so much from the very first page that you lose all track of time? Well I have and Lost in the Beat has moved to the top of that list. I picked it up at after the children had gone off to bed and settled in for a couple hours read. At least that was my intention. Reality is that several hours later my eyes are feeling gritty, I’m thirsty and when I look up, the clock reads 4am. Do I put the book down and get some sleep? Screw it… sleep is over rated. Back to the book.

There are any number of words to describe Jase. Having not read the first book in this series yet (yes, I said yet because I fully intend to) so I had no preconceived feelings or ideas about his character. Starting with a clean slate, I had the opportunity to see a beautiful side a person everyone kept referring to as the womanizing, bad boy rock god. Actually, I’m pretty sure even he refers to himself as such once or twice. That being said I fell in love with his character. The interactions between Jase, his sister, Fang and the rest of the band cemented it for me… this man is a keeper. If only Fallon could see it.

My only pet peeve, if it can even be called that is he claim that filing a paternity suit was the only way she knew how to find him. I call BS on that one. She obviously knew how to find his lawyer, therefore, she knew how to find him if she truly wanted to tell him. With that out of the way, the sweet natured romance between Fallon and Jase is enough to soften the heart of even this hardass (and yes, I have been referred to as such on multiple occasions). Although not lacking in sparks and with enough chemistry to blow up Times Square, Miller wrote us s a story where the characters take the time to actually get to know each other not just jump in to bed together the first time they’re in a room with a flat surface.

If you have not read Lost in the Beat, I recommend you run out and get it ASAP, you most certainly not regret it. While you’re at it, you may want to pick up book 1 in the Hot Wired series, Rockin’ the Heart. I have no doubt that if book 1 is half as good as book 2, it will become one of my all time favorites that I will be pulling out for rereads several times.

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