Cait’s ARC Review of “Wylder and the Almost Rockstar” by Michelle MacQueen and Ann Maree Craven

By: Cait Marie

Goodread Blurb

How much trouble does it take to forget the boy you befriended isn’t who he seems?

More than Wylder can afford.

In the aftermath of the concert that revealed Logan and Luke Cook’s biggest secret, they’ve gone missing. Missing from Nashville, the Academy, and from Wylder’s life.

But they can’t hide from her or the media forever, and Wylder happens to be related to the one person who knows exactly what they’re going through. Their biggest rival, her brother, Beckett.

Yet, finding Logan might not be the most difficult item on Wylder’s to-do list. She also has to figure out how to keep him firmly in the friend-zone—and that’s one task easier said than done.

One ex-boyfriend/teacher.

One cranky rock star hated by the media.

And a boy who kisses as good as he sings.

These Cook boys are going to be the death of her.

Wylder and the Almost Rockstar is book two in the Rockstars Anonymous trilogy. This is NOT a standalone and must be read after Wylder and the Secret Rockstar.


*I received a free advanced copy of this book from the authors for my honest review.

Somehow, this second book was even better than the first. The few times I stopped reading to get other work done or, you know, sleep, I couldn’t stop thinking about it. All I wanted was to keep reading.

If you’ve seen me talk about any of the other related series, you know how much I love Becks. He’s my favorite contemporary character of all time. Well, Wylder is just as fantastic. I love how ridiculous she is, and seeing these siblings back together is basically my favorite thing ever. This book is hilarious! Between the two of them, I laughed out loud more than a couple times.

This book also has a lot of heart. We get to see not only Wylder’s close family, but the Cook brothers’ relationships. This second book really shows how important those sibling bonds are, which means a lot to me personally. I loved seeing the continual growth of these characters, as well as the rivalry between Becks and Luke.

Michelle MacQueen and Ann Maree Craven have created an incredible world, and I am so excited to have such a longer story to explore it with. I could live forever in these books and be perfectly content. I can’t wait for book 3, but I also don’t want it to be over!!

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