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One Hit Wonder (Rock Stars in Love, Book 1.5)

Series: Rock Stars in Love (1.5)
By: Elyssa Patrick | Other books by Elyssa Patrick
Published By: Elyssa Patrick
Published: Dec 05, 2012
ISBN # LSSPTR0000002
Word Count: 20,000
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Categories: Romance>Contemporary Romance>Romantic Comedy Romance>Short Stories Romance>Free Reads

"This is a really cute and sexy novella." ~ USA Today

"If you are looking for a smile and romance with heart, go read this story now." ~ Romance Novel News

a novella of 20,000 words

Jane Timmons has two weeks to . . .

1. Keep her distance from her sexy boss, the once famous pop singer, Damon Suarez.

2. Stay firm. No kissing allowed!

3. And not let Damon know she loves him.

Damon Suarez has two weeks to . . .

1. Convince Jane to not quit.

2. Stage a comeback and be more than a one hit wonder.

3. Win Jane's heart—no matter what it takes.

One Hit Wonder is a standalone and is very, very loosely connected to As You Wish (available now!) in that both Damon and Aubry Riley are famous musicians who share the same manager.


"Elyssa Patrick has written an amazing debut novel that is destined to be a favorite for romance readers" ~ Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

"As You Wish is a heartwarming feel good read. The characters are quirky and lovable and I enjoyed every moment spent within the pages. You'll love this story! It will fast become a comfort read that you'll want to read over and over again." ~ New York Times bestselling author Maya Banks on As You Wish

“It made me laugh; it brought tears to my eyes and it made me sigh in delight." ~ Romance Novel Reviews

"Elyssa Patrick's AS YOU WISH has everything I enjoy in a book: depth, wit, heart, and serious steam. Not to mention the irresistible combination of edgy rock star glamour and small-town closeness, and characters who are sympathetic, flawed, lovable and memorable--in short, it's a winner." ~ Julie Anne Long

"...a sweet, satisfying romance." ~ Dear Author

"A delicious rake of a rock star warms up winter in Elyssa Patrick's wickedly entertaining debut. Hot enough to melt snow." ~ Miranda Neville

"I am definitely on board for more books by Elyssa Patrick!" ~ The Bookpushers
Reader Rating:  starstarstarstar (2 Ratings)
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Editorial Reviews:
From The Romance Dish
"I loved this story! Patrick has written a charming, humorous but emotional tale of friendship and love between two unlikely people." ~ The Romance Dish
From Contemporary Romance Reviews
"The book was absolutely enchanting." ~ Contemporary Romance Reviews
From Sleepless Nights
"One Hit Wonder was breezy, fun to read..." ~ Sleepless Nights
From Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
"It's clever, funny, and of course very sexy!" ~ Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
From Katiebabs/Babbling about Books
"a cute, sexy read." ~ Babbling about Books
From Brie/Romance Around the Corner
"sweet and entertaining." ~ Romance Around the Corner
From Mandi Schreiner/USA Today
"This is a really cute and sexy novella." ~ USA Today
From Jennifer Porter/Romance Novel News
"If you are looking for a smile and romance with heart, go read this story now." ~ Romance Novel News
From Jennifer Porter/Romance Novel News
"If you are looking for a smile and romance with heart, go read this story now." ~ Romance Novel News
IN RETROSPECT, SHE should have expected to find Damon Suarez in the hot tub—naked.

At least this time there wasn’t a group of bikini-clad women with him.

Although, now that she thought about it, there hadn’t been any woman—singular or plural—in the last six months.

Jane kept her gaze away from the water. She really didn’t need to see if her boss had tan lines or not. She already knew the answer.

No tan lines.


Instead she looked at another body of water: the Pacific Ocean. Damon’s mansion was set up and away on a winding hill, minutes away from the Malibu shore. The left side of his house was all glass—there was a button that lowered a shade when he wanted privacy.

Not that Damon ever seemed to want privacy of any sort.

Over the last two years as Damon Suarez’s personal assistant, Jane had learned to expect the unexpected. More often than not the unexpected was Damon behaving in some outrageous manner that would grab the media’s attention.

He hadn’t glanced up when she’d entered. No surprise there. It was a Damon Suarez world and anyone else who entered his atmosphere merely existed for his amusement.

Jane frowned. That wasn’t fair to him at all.

Damon was a good boss—she’d heard horror stories from other personal assistants about what their famous employers made them do. Unlike others, he was clean and never made her run out to buy drugs or hire any hookers. And he wasn’t abusive. He was just outlandish, which she’d known about when she had first heard about the job.

She really hadn’t expected him to hire her. He was all flash, glorying in the spotlight, even though he hadn’t released anything since his number one song, “Luv is Love,” when Damon had been a teen idol. He was now thirty-six and was still making money off that song.

While many artists might revile at being called a “one hit wonder,” Damon loved it. He would go on tour and perform his self-titled album, always ending on that particular song; the audience would join in on the chorus and dance in the aisles. Not only was “Luv is Love” still popular—current famous artists covered the song, the latest being pop singer Evie Morgan—but Damon had also created a new dance move in the music video: The Glide.

Dubbed the new Moonwalk, The Glide was a cross between a step in the waltz and hip hop. It was supposed to look effortless even as your feet did crazy things below. Jane still thought it looked like one had to go the bathroom really, really, really bad.

And his clothes . . . well, she’d never known a man so confident in his masculinity to pull off some of the outfits he wore. That man seemed unable to say no to a brightly colored satin shirt or a pair of impossibly tight jeans. There had been many times when she’d hidden his Fedora on him because, really, it was a Fedora.

After she interviewed with him, she expected him to go with someone more willing to put up with his antics, and someone way more qualified. But he’d selected her, saying, “I have a good instinct about you, and I like Virgos.”

That sort of logic baffled her.

Damon’s eyes were still closed, his expression relaxed. His head rested against the tub’s ledge, his dark brown hair falling over his forehead. He still hadn’t shaved, the stubble threatening to soon become a close-cropped beard. With his steady breathing, she wondered if he’d fallen asleep. Except . . .

There was a smile playing about his mouth.

He wouldn’t be smiling for long.

One Hit Wonder (Rock Stars in Love, Book 1.5)

By: Elyssa Patrick