Love Unrehearsed by Tina Reber

Book: Love Unrehearsed

Author: Tina Reber

Series: Love, #2

Reviewed by: Onnica

Basic Story: Love Unrehearsed picks up a week later from where Love Unscripted left off. Taryn and Ryan are engaged and as in love as ever. Determined to understand Ryan’s world better, Taryn takes some time away from her business to be with him – that means dealing with his crazy schedule, his fans and the biggest challenge: his management.

As a couple, they’re determined not to let their past hurts interfere with their future, nor allow their exes come between them. For Taryn that means learning to trust Ryan will never betray her. They’ve come a long way in the eight months since Ryan ran into her pub looking for shelter from his crazed fans, but just when their future looks assured, figures from Taryn’s past re-emerge and long-buried secrets are uncovered, throwing the lovers into yet more chaos and turbulence. Will love be enough?

Why you should read it: If you enjoyed Love Unscripted, you’ll definitely be a fan of this conclusion to the saga that is Taryn and Ryan. This book is more focused, (I think due in part to a strict editor this time around) and it is action packed. Really, you’d be surprised how much one couple could go through. Ryan really comes into his own in this book – more of an Alpha male, he doesn’t put up with Taryn’s neuroses and he’s very clear on what he wants for the future.

What you might hate: Taryn does her best not to be the neurotic mess she was at the end of book one, but it does creep in a little bit. At times, the entire universe seems to be hell bent on breaking up the duo – but it all serves to tell an excellent love story.

Rating: I give this a solid 4/5 – it’s hot – much steamier than in the first book. Ryan is strong, faithful and not to be messed with. What more can you ask for in a hero? Read it!

3 thoughts on “Love Unrehearsed by Tina Reber

  1. I agree it was a lot steamier so that made it even better. Love Ryan but Taryn was a bit annoying at times.

  2. She certainly was at times! I don’t what it is, but there seems to be a trend at the moment of really needy, whiny insecure characters – not always female, but I’m noticing it more and more! Guess it adds to the drama?

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