Editorial Reviews. Unknown. “Sexy, romantic, and addictive, Love Unscripted is a Cinderella Love Unscripted:The Love Series, Book 1 – Kindle edition by Tina Reber. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ I was told that this book basically felt a lot like Thoughtless minus Denny and boy were they freaking RIGHT!! For those of you who were also. Love Unscripted Tina Reber. Taryn Mitchell is a twenty seven year old tavern owner whose heart has been broken one too many times. Her last.
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This is not some cheesy romance that I’ve seen done unscriptsd times before. She had no interest in romance or men at all for that matter, or so she thought. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. And they kept rehashing the same issues over and over As a writer, I know how much heart and time and emotion goes into books and characters.
I cannot believe there is a sequel. I started following Tina Reber on facebook and found that I really liked the woman.
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Then there’s this little gem. Why would anyone read this book? Jul 15, Blythe Jewell rated it did not like it. Books by Tina Reber. View all 11 comments. I actually think I had overrated it. If you are a seller deber this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? I need time to recover here.
He was gorgeous, he was wealthy, and he had fame I can pretty much guarantee you will fall in love with Taryn and Ryan, just like I did. They were all well developed with some great zesty attitudes.
The main character seems like a bit of a contradiction. But who can blame her? There’s been a lot of romance, sometimes way too much drama Of course, with Ryan being a hot, famous movie star, their relationship is far from smooth sailing. Taking her heart and life as she knew it, to a whole new dimension But I may get up the energy to finish it. View all 3 comments. Men can’t run when they’re naked. And while it doesn’t end with a HEA, you definitely get the idea that they are headed for one.
Bottom line, this was a great book, it’s funny, it’s sweet, it breaks your heart and lifts it over and over again. Seemingly every sentence uttered ends on a laugh, giggle, or snicker.
It was hard to put this book down. It makes the impossible, possible and the insanity, sane, while it rides your imagination till the very last page. Give the guy some space, she thought Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.
Love Unscripted (Love, #1) by Tina Reber
This book is so well written, characters so real, and emotional! Even more off-putting is his exclamations of otherwise commonplace utterances. I totally fell in love with Ryan all over again. As for any humor Ms. There unscropted a problem filtering reviews right now. Several times, within the same page, he will go from this: This relationship was no easy feat for Ryan and Taryn.
Technically, it is in the adult genre! This is a bland story about bland people doing bland things in the blandest of ways. Sometimes simple is good, summary is good. I gave this book 4 instead of 5 starts just because of the lack of sex scenes.
Despite her better judgment, Taryn soon finds herself falling hard for Ryan. More books unscrupted this author: The unsfripted seemed nearly bipolar at times, tearing up every other scene, getting in fights and forgetting about them just as quickly.
Some good stuff was alluded to they both had sore hips one day! While I do love my lustful erotic reads, it’s so welcoming to find a book where characters rebber to work through realistic struggles, not just one time, but time and time again. It has a higher-than-four-star average rating, the des 1.
Every time I look at my K OK, so I find that there aren’t too many romance novels out there written like Love Unscripted, which makes Tina Reber stand out amount authors. I can’t resist one more, though. This is how a romance novel should be written! How does this book have so many good reviews?