#Moonstruck by Sariah Wilson Review

Release Date: November 17th 2018

Publisher: Montlake Romance

Genre: Romance, New adult, Contemporary Romance, Music


Over one million “likes”—but only one of them matters.

After pop star Ryan De Luna praises Maisy Harrison’s YouTube cover of his classic hit, he offers Maisy and her fledgling band the opportunity of a lifetime: to be his opening act.

Music may be Maisy’s life, but she has one ground rule: never date a musician. That goes double for a heartbreaker like Ryan. If only she didn’t feel so vulnerable to his larger-than-life charm. And maybe now more than ever, when he asks for her help to shake off his playboy image. How can she resist playing the part of his fake girlfriend for the duration of the tour?

Ryan’s never met anyone like Maisy. She sees past all the star-studded fame and treats him like any other guy. And the more time they spend together, the more he finds himself falling for her. Now he’d like to make their imaginary fling an IRL thing. But can he convince her to take a chance and trust him with her heart?


#Moonstruck by Sarah Wilson is a book that is an appetizer. It’s light, it’s fluffy, it has zero angst and it has a happy ending. Plus it is a Bad boy rockstar (though in this case he was a reformed bad boy) falling for perfect girl cliché.

BUT, for me this was 3.5 star read. #Moonstruck was the perfect book for me to wake me up from the prevalent book slump.

Maisy have one rule for her life and that is to never date a musician. Ryan used to be a playboy who has changed his lifestyle. But Maisy and Ryan somehow ended up in a fake relationship. And as the time goes by it starts to become something more real. I loved the banter between Maisy and Ryan. I love how they compliment each other.

This book is not only filled with romance and mushy scenes but also has some ex girlfriend drama as well.

However, the thing that I liked most about this series was the clean romance. There was not a single scene between Maisy and Ryan that made me cringe or forced me to skip the chapter all together. This is a highly recommended book for those who love romance especially a romance between a musician and a commoner.


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