At last, the rest of the story that began in Love Unscripted.
There is no rehearsal for true love.
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. What does it take to make a relationship work amidst telephoto lenses, daily on-set temptations, and jealous fans who will stop at nothing to keep you from walking down the aisle with the man of your dreams?
With no script to follow and no chance for a dress rehearsal, Taryn and Ryan will be forced to take the plunge into real life and risk everything to make their love last.
©2013 Tina Reber (P)2012 Simon & Schuster
When I read the first book Love Unscripted I couldn't wait for the follow up... I have to say I was more than a little disappointed with this one. I get the feeling that she was rushed for a deadline or something. It started off strong, but then fell flat.
Not at all, I love my Chic lit...
I would have to say that the sex in Paris was quite nice....
I dont know... I like the idea of the conflict in this being thrilling, but it really didn't do it for me.
A little less about all the ins and outs of filmmaking and more Ryan and Taryn
Hooked on Audible
Yes, and I have. Love Ryan and Taryn's story. The dialogue is so realistic.
Similar to Love in the Afternoon, but much better character development.
She did great switching between characters. Great pacing.
I was so sad for this book to end! I would absolutely love it if there were at third book!!!!! I am begging Tina Reber to continue Ryan and Taryn's story!
Loved this story!!!! i have listened to it over and over again..............................
all of it
loved it !!!!!!
I found myself I couldn't stop listening. It was very well written. This guy is diffidently in a "love story". I loved the story but the ending was just too much. Oscar night, he wins, she goes into labour...
I am a miracle worker. Doing what I can to choose love over fear.
I would edit book one and two into one book. This story could have been great, however to me this is unedited fan fiction which could have been one page turner. I love the story idea: Girl not into stars meets one. They fall for each other and book two is set into a situation where they have been involved for a long time. The stallet from book le Indonesia. Book two is focused on how they have to work in order staying together. Book one was not better written than this, but it had more moments of "What if this happen" suspense. Making book one imopossible to finish. This book however was at time very hard to focus on. Nothing made me jump. As I said, I love both books idea of a plot.
Hollywood stars does not interest me, neither now or before I heard this book. What interest me is relations between two people.
Well, the author is a female fiction writer. Unless you see this as a dating guide, which I hope you don't. The author archive her goal: Writing fiction.
Nothing was wrong. Maby was avarage.
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.
The book continues the journey of Taryn and Ryan. It remains realistic with absorbing story line. The story is gripping, the narrator has a pure quality which is so pleasant to the ear.
The narrators quality of voice compares to audio of Fifty Shades of Grey. Easy and pure.
My favorite part. of the book was their time in Europe, Ryan proposing to Taryn again in bed while in Paris.
Taryn Mitchell she is so giving and unselfish.
It' s just such a great book
Deborah E. Alexander
Yes, I will listen to this wonderfully written book many times.
Touched my Heart and made me happoy to feel the emotions of this book!
I loved all the Characters! But of course Ryan and Terin were a dream to know in this book!
Her performances are awesome!
Ryan, There are very few men in the real world like him!
I hope there are many more books to come!
A really good follow on from the first, only thing i didnt like this time was it want as long as the first as i enjoy a good loooong book :-D Hope there's a number 3 on its way?????
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