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!
After reading Rockin' the Heart, I was hooked on this series. Jase was a complete buttface in the first book, but that only made me want to get to know him more. I was really excited to find out that the next book was about him.
Then there's Fallon. She's awesome. Seriously, really freaking awesome. I wish I could explain this in further detail without spilling out half of the book while doing it. There's so many things that she does that are really admirable. She's quite possibly my new favorite Gracen character.
There's also a character who I'm pretty sure is me. I mean, she's a nanny and has great taste in books. Clearly Gracen had me in mind while writing her. *shifty eyes*
I really liked seeing a different side to Jase. This doesn't mean I still don't think he's a butt, because he is. But now I understand more about why he's a butt. And I want to smack him upside the head a little bit less.