Monday, September 22, 2014

Blog Tour for Gracen Miller's Lost in the Beat (Hot Wired Book 2) with Giveaway!!

Available September 23rd!

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.






























could find themselves Lost in the Beat!




Every cell in Fallon’s body wanted

to rebel on principal. Like the good girl she was, she succumbed to Jase’s

demands. “Do you ever not get what you want?”

“Yeah.” He stepped right into her

personal space, knocking his very naked chest against her breasts.

The way her nipples protruded upon

contact, they might as well have been naked against his flesh. The simultaneous

dampness in her panties unnerved her. Damn her traitorous body! She ignored the

pulsing between her thighs and coerced her libido to focus on him and not her

body’s yearnings.

He lifted his hand and wrapped his

fingers around her ponytail. A slow, gentle pull on her hair and he notched her

head back. “Twice last year I didn’t get what I wanted.” He sounded put

out by the inconvenience.

Proof he lives a charmed life! That was as good as always getting

his way in her valuation. She’d endured many more disappointments than that in

the past year.

His sapphire-blue eyes looked black

in the dim lighting. “Care to know what those two were?”

If she said no, then he’d suspect

she predicted those disappointments centered on her.

“I’ll take your silence as a yes. Number

one…I didn’t want Sam and Fang together.” Surprised, her eyes widened at his

confession. The tabloids would pay good money for that juicy tidbit. “Didn’t

think they were right for one another. Gave them a lot of hell for that.” He

shrugged. “My accident—you heard about that, right?” At her nod, he went on. “It

reminded me how short life is, so I gave them my blessing to be together.”

Fallon licked her lips, suspecting

his sister hadn’t really needed his blessing to do what she wanted. “It was the

right thing to do.”

A humorous glint sparkled in his

eyes. “I’m not known for doing the right thing, darlin’. Like now.”

She frowned. “What do you mean?”

He adjusted his hand, sliding it

along her ponytail, before burying his fingers into the coil of her strands

beneath the snug grip of the rubber band. His other arm curled around her shoulders,

drawing her tight against his frame. Her heart pounded in her ears, and he

smelled good.

Jase nipped her bottom lip and at

her sharp gasp, he took advantage and slid his tongue into her mouth. The cool

minty taste of him verified he’d taken the time to brush his teeth.

Her eyelids fluttered shut, and she

groaned upon his first contact, a slow drag of his tongue against hers. The

immediate surge of wetness that drenched her panties scandalized her.

Her eyelids snapped open, and she spied

him watching her. Fine lines creased the corners of his eyes. Again and again

his tongue caressed hers, reminding her how he’d licked her breasts and between

her legs.

More moisture dampened her panties,

and her passage clenched in need. She compressed her thighs, but that action

caused her ache to grow instead of abate as she’d intended. He withdrew from her

mouth, and she almost botched stifling her groan of disappointment. Awed by the

effect Jase asserted over her body, she stared at his lips. She’d lost all

sense of restraint when he’d put them on her.

Just like the first time.

“You were

the second thing I wanted last year.” He removed his arm from her shoulders and

ran his thumb along her jaw. “I had private investigators search for you, but

they repeatedly came up empty-handed.”

Stunned by the admission, she wasn’t

sure what to make of it or if she even believed him. “Why’d you have P.I.’s

looking for me?”

“Because you’re the one that got


Jase looked serious. He didn’t flinch away from her direct stare. Didn’t

grin, didn’t even blink. But the idea that she was ‘the one that got away’ was

ludicrous…Fallon snorted, calling bullshit. She bet he said that to every woman

he wanted to screw. While he could have his pick of women, she was a convenient


I am no one’s dupe.

“This chick isn’t stupid enough to

believe that line.”

A flash of hurt pinched his

features. His mouth parted as if he’d say something, but he settled for shaking

his head and dragging his fingers through his hair.

Their sultry spell demolished, she watched

him, refusing to allow herself to regret her callous honesty. He could have any

woman he wanted, but she wasn’t for sale.

Jase released his hold on her and picked

up the keys and cell she’d dropped on the floor. He placed them on the counter

and met her gaze dead-on. “You’re obviously not as intelligent as I thought you

were either.”





























































Gracen is a

hopeless daydreamer masquerading as a “normal” person in southern society. When

not writing, she’s a full-time basketball/lacrosse/guitar mom for her two sons

and a devoted wife to her real-life hero-husband of over twenty years. She has an

unusual relationship with her muse, Dom, but credits all her creative success

to his brilliant mind. She’s addicted to writing, paranormal romance novels and

movies, Alabama football, and coffee...addictions are not necessarily in order

of priority. She’s convinced coffee is nectar from the gods and when blending

coffee and writing together it generates the perfect creative merger. Many of

her creative worlds are spawned from coffee highs and Dom’s aggressive demands.

To learn more about Gracen or to leave her a comment, visit her website at


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