At nearly thirty, Audrey is stumbling through her own life. When she posts on Facebook her frustration at being laid-off, a long-lost childhood friend offers her a gig to photograph his wannabe rock band on tour. Her Brazilian mother believes it’s fate; Audrey believes it’s the power of DSL.
Inside a rundown Winnebago with the all-male band, her cynicism is only matched by her fear of being taken for a groupie. Despite her own resistance, she falls for the one member who keeps her at a distance. Then John writes a song that reveals his pent-up emotions for her and propels the band to instant stardom.
Audrey must choose between working with the band or pursuing her own accomplishments, a decision that creates room for the complications of fame to creep in between her and John. Despite their connection, they find themselves facing jealousy, betrayal, and a gut-wrenching sorrow that could unravel their relationship.
by Denyse Cohen
Have you ever heard a writer say, “Oh, I’ve written all my life.” And you think, “Gosh, another one of those.” Denyse Cohen is another one of those. Bilingual in Portuguese and English, Denyse works as a freelance graphic designer and enjoys the occasional adventure just like her heroine. One Hit Wonder is her first novel.