I loved reading Jase and Fallon's story!! I was curious about Jase after just meeting him in Rockin the Heart and was very happy when I heard he was getting his own book. Jase is such a contridiction between his rock star persona and who he really is around those who know and love him. He claims to be such a bad guy and always makes the wrong choices but deep down he was good, caring, and a genuinely nice person (don't tell the press that!).
Fallon was very much so not what I expected. She was such a strong person that is almost is her downfall. She is so use to taking care of everything on her own and being independent that she almost misses some of the best things in her life. I kept crossing my fingers that Fallon would learn to trust those who cared the most about her and Faith. Oh my goodness, Faith, what an adorable sounding little girl! I hope to read more about her in other books because she sounds like she would be awesome as she grows up! How could she not be with Jase and Fallon for parents, Sam for her aunt, and the Hot Wired guys as uncles. I am sure Omega will be a fun honorary uncle as well.
Back to Jase and Fallon. The way they interacted with each other was so great that I did not put the book down once I got started. I enjoyed watching Fallon grow more confident in handling the press and Tab the bands manager. I loved her confronting Tab about howï»¿ she would do what Tab said because she was involved with the band. I think that is why she and Jase fit so well together is they both are strong people who stand up for their family and what is best for their family.
I hope that the rest of the band gets their stories told as well. I would love to know more about Derr and Keys. They both figure in this very unusual but still wonderful family.
I give Lost in the Beat five stars! I can't wait to read more about the Hot Wired family. I will be recommending this book to my friends and family. Gracen is an amazing author and I love her books!!