Unrequited by Julia Wolf

4.5 STARS!

Release Date: March 12, 2020

SYNOPSIS: My proper southern belle mama might disagree, but I say I was born to be a rebel. From the second I got my hands on a pair of drumsticks, my future was sealed. I never fit in anyway, not with my rocker soul and curves that never take a day off.

But what’s a drummer without a band? Oh, that’s right. A cocktail waitress.

That is, until the chance of a lifetime falls into my lap—Unrequited needs a drummer, and I happen to have an ‘in’ with the band.

The only trouble is, Santiago Garza, Unrequited’s broody, scowly bassist, doesn’t want me in his band, which is kind of funny, considering he was the one who took my heart and stomped all over it five years ago.

My career is far more important than hurt feelings though, so Santiago can suck it up and deal. That’s what I’m doing, no matter how many times I remember the feel of his lips on mine. I won’t fall for him this time. I’m done being anyone’s second choice.

REVIEW: This is a new-to-me-author and I’m glad I decided to give Julia Wolf a try! This book sucked me and kept me up way too late. Maeve is such a strong character and it was so exciting to see her go after her passion of being a drummer. Santiago is such a broody hero, and while he’s doing things for reasons he thinks are right, he learns his lesson about that. I really love how Mo and Murray interact with Maeve too. The band is so likable and I am really looking forward to getting all the books in this series! I’d definitely recommend this one!

Thank you to Wildfire Marketing Solutions PR for an eARC in exchange for an honest review!

Add to your Goodreads TBR: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/49516207-unrequited

Universal Amazon link: mybook.to/JWUnrequited


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