Review| Misconception – Julia Wolf

I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again, Julia Wolf is a favorite author of mine. All of the books I’ve read so far by her have sucked me in and wouldn’t let me go. Her newest release, Misconception, is the second book in the Unrequited series. I loved Unrequited, so I was so excited for this next book. Keep on reading for my full review!

A big thanks to the author for providing me with an ARC to read and review.

Review| Misconception – Julia Wolf

I know rock stars. I grew up in the business, and now I make a living managing their tours. I’ve seen the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Lots and lots of ugly.
All that ugly is why I’ve sworn off dating rockers, but sleeping with them, well...I’ve been known to make the occasional exception.
One sultry night in Vegas, Mo Aronson, lead singer of Unrequited, becomes one of those exceptions. We dance, we connect, we... get married.
That wasn’t in the cards. And the positive pregnancy test a few weeks later really wasn’t in the cards.
Despite the shock, I think I can handle becoming a mom. What I’m not sure I can handle is the younger, bad boy rocker who won’t back down no matter how many times I push him away.

Misconception (Unrequited #2) by Julia Wolf
on 04/06/2020
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 337
Format: ARC


“Moses has clearly spent a lot of time developing his own brand. His brand was still boy next door, but now there was a heavy, tempting dose of filthy, bad rocker in the mix.”

Misconception isn’t an exception when it comes to pulling you in and not letting you go until the story is complete. Even then I still can’t stop thinking about these two characters! I love that this author shows a different side to rock stars and people that work in the music business.

Mo is a character we’ve met before in the Blue is the Color series. He was a young one, but I always thought he was funny! Mo has a complicated relationship with his parents, but he’s found his own family in his band and Yael (his sister). I liked Mo even if he was a bit wild. He clearly hadn’t grown out of his wild ways, but part of him was ready to settle down. Mo made me laugh and I loved how protective he was of the people he loves. I liked that you saw him grow though, because his life was going to change and he wasn’t prepared yet.

“He was Mo – too young, too famous, too damn handsome. But I’d fallen for him anyway.”

Michaela is another really interesting character. Once again, her childhood wasn’t always easy with parents and their relationship drama. She handled it though, even if a marriage ending badly made her doubt ever being in one again. Just like Mo, Michaela had stuff to figure out. Not only having your life flipped upside down, but letting down the walls and letting herself feel. She’s an independent woman that’s made her way in the music business and is very proud of what she’s accomplished.

Mo and Michaela’s story was an emotional roller coaster with so many up and downs. Surprises they weren’t ready for, feelings being stronger than ever expected and a lot of miscommunication. I think that’s the biggest message in the book. Communication is so important in a relationship. They learned as they were going and I loved how much they both cared about the baby they were bringing in the world. The romance between these two was sweet, messy, loving, sexy and swoon-worthy at times. Sometimes I did think things took a little long before they were settled and their drama went on just a bit too long. I would’ve loved a little more of them welcoming the baby and how the first few weeks went.

“Then she reminded me with anything you love and want badly, there’s always fear – fear it’ll go wrong or be taken away. But we do it anyway, we love anyway,”

All in all, this was an amazing romance and Julia Wolf really did it again. Besides an amazing romance, we always get an amazing cast of side characters. Besides a few new ones, we get to see characters from previous books and I love seeing how the characters I’ve come to love are doing. I can’t wait for the next book in this series!

I really loved Mo and Michaela’s story! I can’t wait to see what this author does next. If you haven’t read anything by this author yet, I definitely recommend her work!

Other books I’ve read and reviewed by Julia Wolf:
Times Like These
Watch Me Unravel
Such Great Heights
Under the Bridge
Cut Loose
Cut Free
Pixie Cut
Eight Cozy NIghts

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