Love Unscripted

Love Unscripted Ryan Christensen just wanted to be an actor Never in his wildest dreams did he ever think he d become the most sought after film star on the planet Taryn Mitchell has been feigning contentment while r

  • Title: Love Unscripted
  • Author: Tina Reber
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Ryan Christensen just wanted to be an actor Never in his wildest dreams did he ever think he d become the most sought after film star on the planet Taryn Mitchell has been feigning contentment while running the family pub in Seaport, Rhode Island Her peaceful life is tossed upside down when Ryan tries to outrun a group of fans by taking a shortcut through Mitchell s PubRyan Christensen just wanted to be an actor Never in his wildest dreams did he ever think he d become the most sought after film star on the planet Taryn Mitchell has been feigning contentment while running the family pub in Seaport, Rhode Island Her peaceful life is tossed upside down when Ryan tries to outrun a group of fans by taking a shortcut through Mitchell s Pub Please be advised that Love Unscripted contains adult language and adult situations and is not appropriate for young readers.

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    1. OK, so.I'm sitting here sort of stunned by the exorbitantly high rating this book has received. Truth be told, I'm slightly disgusted. I usually hate not finishing books because I don't feel I can give them a thorough review otherwise, but this book was chock full of so much awful that it's actually drained me of the desire to read. I've slogged through my fair share of bad stories for the sake of comprehensive reviews, but I really don't think I can manage this one. Every time I look at my Kind [...]

    2. "I don't wantanyoneelse - just you. And no matter where I am, wherever I go, you're the only one who is holding my heart." ~RyanI was told that this book was basically "like Thoughtless minus Denny" and boy were they freaking RIGHT!! For those of you who were also fans of Thoughtless, remember those heart racing moments where you justhadto keep turning the pages and probably couldn't stop even if you wanted to?? Well oh boy does this book have you doing that too! I swear I barely blinked for the [...]

    3. I read this book based on all the great reviews I'm still trying to figure out the hype. It dragged on forever, touching on every possible thing that *could* have happened. The writing style was very free flow, weeks pass in a couple of paragraphs - or minutes take pages and pages. I remember getting to the last page, seeing the words "sequel" and thinking wtf? why?As a love story, it’s got a lot of intrigue, and the concept/star-aspect was novel to me, but both of the main characters were so [...]

    4. Unfortunately I'm not going to finish this book. It's that simple. Overly polite, quirky and enthusiastic people freak me out. This is similar to the dialogue throughout the eternally long book:Ryan: Good Morning, my love! Do you want some coffee?Taryn: Oh, I can't believe you asked you huge, handsome movie actor! Yes, I would love a cup of coffeee you really talking to me?Ryan: It's just so hardwill you really give up your life for my undeserving self?Taryn: Darling, how could you ever doubt me [...]

    5. Ok so what is with the high ratings ?? I have never felt so let down by reviews and I'm still struggling to understand the love for this book. Love Unscripted was like, literary blue balls. The book is 670 pages long and there is no climax to the story until about 85% into the book. What the hell?!?! You could have pulled about 300 pages and it wouldn't have affected the story at all. It was torture, but I felt like it wouldn't be fair to write a review, to warn my friends unless I saw the book [...]

    6. Dear. God.Where do I even begin with this book?I only got about 25% of the way through the story before I did this:How does this book have so many good reviews?The dialogue was absolutely horrible.Every time Ryan opened his mouth, he exclaimed it.Ryan: Oh Taryn you're so cool!!!!Ryan: Omg, like, awesome!!!!!Ryan: I like love you!!!!Ryan: Omg Taryn I want you, even though I can have any woman in the world, I want your boring, bitchy ass, self!!!!!Plus everything he said was so corny and over-exag [...]

    7. I'm a guy who never writes reviews, nor do I read Romantic or erotic novels. However I was intrigued to find out what the hoopla was with 50 Shades of Grey. Thank goodness for my kindle, or I would of received a bunch of crap from family, friends and co workers. When I finished the last book in the series, I wanted more.Next read pointed to Love Unscripted, so I purchased it. I was so wrapped in the characters, I couldn't put this book down. This book is so well written, characters so real, and [...]

    8. I think I'm going to put this book on the shelf for the time being. I'm at 30% and having a difficult time staying focused or interested in the story. I think this is one of those books that work when it's cold outside, you're snuggled in a blanket, and in the mood for a long, well written, but drawn-out story. That's not the mood I'm in right now.

    9. CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT MORE BOOK REVIEWS AT READING, EATING & DREAMING I WAS BLAIR WALDORFWhere to begin? Love Unscripted by Tina Reber is one of the BEST books I have ever read. I am obsessed with this book. In fact, I could easily become one of the crazy stalker fans you read about in this novel. I didn't just like this story… I was completely overwhelmed by it. What makes a book AMAZING? In my opinion, when reading an amazing book or watching a fantastic movie, the reader/audience "bec [...]

    10. I'm looking forward to the second book. I did have a little issue with Ryan (won't spoil), but he redeemed himself at the end. :)

    11. Review posted on My Secret RomanceMERCY!This is how a romance novel should be written!What a refreshing read! Love Unscripted is not a lust at first sight romance story. And thank goodness for that! There are too many of those reads out there.Nothing comes easy in life. Anything worth having is worth fighting for. The love Ryan and Taryn share is definitely worth fighting for and anyone could see that. Love Unscripted is sexy and addicting! There's a thick aura of sensuality surrounding the stor [...]

    12. I couldn’t help but think of the lyrics to Michael Buble’s Home when I read this book: “May be surrounded by, A million people I, still feel all alone… I just wanna go home.” This is how Tina Rebar portrays her hero Ryan Christienson. He’s insanely famous, woman all over the world worship him, and yet he’s the most lonely man on the planet. His dream is to just a have a nice quiet weekend with his family at home, without being bothered. I love how she shows this side of being a cel [...]

    13. This book was longI mean wayyyyyyyyy too long for the storylineIt was hard for me to get into and the excessive use or words killed it for me.Taryn was sooooo annoying at times Ryan

    14. So, since I got my Kindle I've gone a little crazy with the freebie or super-cheap self-published books. I read that damned 50 Shades trilogy, which was terrible but also had some elements that got under my skin, and I suppose I was looking for something completely different to take the edge off. Well, I found it.Because Edge? There is no edge here. This is a bland story about bland people doing bland things in the blandest of ways. The only thing that's really exciting about any of it is the my [...]

    15. I'm going to DNF this one. I might go back to it one day - yeah probably not. I keep asking myself if I got a bad unedited copy because there are so many great ratings for this book. This book is so ridiculously long that it made my head hurt trying to get halfway through it. Now, I am one for seeing how a romance builds up but this is just over-the-top corny at timesd boring. I don't want to know about these characters daily routines. I don't want to know Ryan's schedule. I don't want to know t [...]

    16. Read more of my reviews and ramblings at Ana's Attic Sexy TalesReview of 2nd reading, one year later: First thing you need to know about Love Unscripted by Tina Reber, besides that I absolutely loved it even more the second time, is that it is L-O-N-G. This is not a bad thing! Not at all. This is a like reading a book trilogy all in one. And I would have been happy and satisfied if it ended after Love Unscripted. But when you find out there is a sequel, you just want to “squeeee!”I read Love [...]

    17. Oh, it pains me to give this book only 2.5 stars. LU started off as an awesome story. I would rate the first half of the book 5 stars. The tension, romance, banter, playfulness of Ryan and Taryn were so believable and honest. I loved it and thought I'd found a new 5 star read. The book went MAJORLY downhill from there. All of the things I loved about the characters just stopped. It seemed like a different writer was writing the rest of the story. It drug, and drug, and drug into repetitive bored [...]

    18. OMG, I'm completely and utterly drained the last few hours of this book has torn my heart to shreds!! I need time to recover here. Review to follow just know, it was good."Taryn Mitchell," he said, looking me in the eyes. "I love you. With all my heart." I felt all the blood rush from my body and surge right into my chest. All this time I waited for a man to say those words to me and mean it, and now I was hearing them from the one person I had hoped would say them.I gazed into his eyes and said [...]

    19. DNF. I was hoping for another incredible book like How to Kill a Rock Star, but I'm not getting the same vibe. HTK was incredible, this one is justring.The main character seems like a bit of a contradiction. He's supposed to be shy, yet he exclaims, snickers and smirks a lot

    20. This started out slow, got okay and got slow again. Honestly I liked the characters all of them; Ryan, Taryn and her friends. They weren't bad, the story wasn't bad, it just wasn't for me. It was long, too long in my opinion. Too much filler where it could have been easily wrapped up in a sentence or two not numerous pages. The detail was numbing and the exclamation points were just too much. I lost track of the story and started counting how many were on a page and then in a paragraphwere they [...]

    21. I know a lot of people are really loving this series. And I can understand why, the idea behind this book is appealing. What woman doesn't fantasise about meeting their favourite Hollywood crush and having them fall madly in love with them! SWOON!But while I really wanted to like the book and it did have potential, the author just waffled on and on! This book could have easily been 200 pages shorter and it would have been the better for it. Eventually the book went form being exciting and romant [...]

    22. Love Unscripted begins the story with our, ever so jaded, Taryn Mitchell, who's heart got crushed by her latest love and is quickly annoyed by the new 'visitors' in town. She's never even read the books or seen the first movie, so why should she care now? She's quite content with running her bar and being at peace with the whole non-dating bit. That is, till trouble walked (or flew) in her bar. Taking her heart and life as she knew it, to a whole new dimension~Ryan Christensen never thought that [...]

    23. Funny story, heard such good things about this book but not able to get it on nook. I totally hijacked my husbands kindle fire and bought it on there lolAnyways, I loved Taryn and Ryan's love story, cannot wait for the second one!

    24. 1.5 stars? I've only ever given a couple one-star reviews, and I hated every second of those books, so I have a hard time ranking this one that low. The two-page scene where Taryn was FURIOUS with Ryan to the point of hanging up on him and ignoring him honestly boosted the rating. More honest emotion in that scene than I'd seen. But then it ended.Me, right now:While reading:Honestly. So far this book is killing me. I want to like it SO MUCH. It has a higher-than-four-star average rating, the des [...]

    25. 2.5 starsSo I started reading this book because of the amazing reviews , and because the storyline seemed interesting. well , once i started reading it , i liked it ,initially. I liked how they built up the hype for Ryan christensen's character. The protagonist and the narrator , Taryn Mitchell seemed like an emotionally cut off person ,initially, because of her past bad experiences, which seemed very justified and warmed you up to her. Although why every romance novel's heroine has to be traged [...]

    26. Loved this story.It was hard to put this book down. Ryan Christensen is definitely on my list of fantasy boyfriends.There are moments where you feel your stomach is tied up in knots.I love it when the story takes it's time to before the main characters get together. Such a great buildup!I highly recommend this series.There are only two books. I wish it was a trilogy, but still I loved it!

    27. Absolutely Love this story. The love story is one of those fairy tales we all dream of. I'm completely in love with Ryan! I wish I could have one of my very own. Can't wait for the sequel to come out! Hurry up and finish already Tina!!!!!!!

    28. This review is also available at My Fiction Nook.1.5 stars, rounded up, since it wasn't the worst book ever. How this book received so many 5 star ratings, I simply don't know. On one hand, the story kept me engaged (like a trainwreck you can't look away from). On the other hand, it needs some serious editing, not only for the content but also for grammar and spelling. It mostly reads like a fan fiction, pairing a Mary-Sue insert (presumably the author) with a hot, young movie star who doesn't l [...]

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