Love Unscripted: The Love Series, Book 1 [Tina Reber] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An A-List Movie Star Ryan Christensen just. 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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I’ve been ranting about it, bitching about how long the release would be. OMG, what an absolute freaking swoonfest!

Which had me making this face every time Ryan said something: The first book was full of romantic tension and obstacles that kept the tension going. Oh Lord, there’s going to be a sequel?!

I want to know! Taryn was sooooo annoying at times And the prenup on a napkin…I was reduced to a puddle on the ground. 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 itna that low. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Review of “Love Unscripted” and “Love Unrehearsed” by Tina Reber | Rhapsody in Books Weblog

Open Preview See a Problem? There wasn’t a dull moment! It is the continuation of Taryn Mitchell and Ryan Christensen’s love story Plus everything he said was so corny and over-exaggerated. tna


lpve Every time Ryan opened his mouth, he exclaimed it. I’m not saying people can’t fall in love in a month—I believe they can—just not like this The chemistry between Ryan and Taryn was still there, and there were a few surprises that thru me off.

Love Unscripted

I laughed a lot, I cried, I swooned. I mean, if he was a real person, I would be a total fangirl. Do you ever feel that way?

This book is so ridiculously long that it made my head hurt trying to get halfway through it. Trust is fina something easily accepted for anyone and Tina does an exceptional job proving that to us, but also by proving that it can be very rewarding in the end.

Love Unrehearsed

LU is basically a story about what it would actually be like for a girl to be in a relationship with someone as famous as Ryan. A very wonderful conclusion to one of my favorite stories. I loved how both of unsripted learned from their mistakes. Let’s go to the park and feed the ducks! I wish I could have one of my very own. I want to spend the rest of my days hina my story with you… only you.

Maybe it is the disappoinment I am feeling driving this review and maybe I will change my tune after I calm down a little bit.

Love Unrehearsed (Love, #2) by Tina Reber

I have no idea why I stuck with it except maybe I just felt like I needed to be punished. And when it comes to stuff,for the house,I am drawning a line at the curtain shopping. Learn how your comment data is processed. Love Unscripted is about two people who meet by chance under chaotic circumstances.


Yes, there was instant attraction, but there was also caution, and fear, on both sides. The ending seemed a little rushed but the Epilogue made up for that. I liked it but I didn’t Love it!. Refresh and try again. Imagine a conversation going like this; “I thought we’d take the boat out on the lake, do some fishing? She had compassionshe had flair, she had everything a small town girl neededexcept for love. As I’ve already stated, the overuse of similes and metaphors is astounding; Taryn’s mouth hangs open “like a fish out of water”, she “gazes lovingly at Ryan”, Ryan “kisses her passionately”.

Extreme boredom, I guess. I love the part wherein they were writing their promises for each other in several tissue paper They didn’t seem to develop so much as we just learned new things about them.

I promise to never take your money. The angst in the second part of this love story is nothing compared to what we experienced in the first part, and because of this I enjoyed Love Unrehearsed even more.