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  • Love Unrehearsed: The Love Series, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (14 hrs and 49 mins)
    • By Tina Reber
    • Narrated By Madeleine Maby
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (437)
    Performance
    (402)
    Story
    (404)

    When A-list movie star Ryan Christensen ducked into her pub to escape his screaming fans, never in a million years did Taryn Mitchell think her life was about to change forever. But now, eight months later, after a whirlwind romance, Taryn wakes up in Ryan’s Hollywood hotel room to find a diamond to die for on her left ring finger - and her face splashed across the cover of every gossip magazine. Ryan’s very public proposal is catnip to the tabloids, his management team is worried, and Taryn must figure out how a small town girl like her fits into his glittering world.

    laurie eller says: "loved it better than unscripted..."
    "So many cliches packed into one story"
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    I'm almost never compelled to write negative reviews, but this book seriously annoyed me. I'm not a book snob. I like predictable fluffy romance novels. But this one started feeling painful as the story dragged on. I could not stop rolling my eyes at the endless cliches about men, women, and relationships. From the corny spent the first date taking turns having diarrhea in the bathroom but we still like each other scene, to her barfing & he's suuuuch a good caretaker, to him being great with babies, to her being stupidly jealous over very obvious misunderstandings...on and on. It's like a teenager's idea of how love blooms, not written from the perspective of someone who's actually ever been in a relationship. The dialogue between the characters is so banal.

    I gave it two stars instead of one because it did change my perspective on celebrities. It never really occurred to me just how hard it must be to have your life under constant scrutiny. I appreciated that insight.

    In the end, the joke's on me. I still bought the 2nd book in this series, hoping a sophomore effort would be a little better. So, so wrong. Sigh.

    1 of 2 people found this review helpful

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