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- File Size : 3146 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 281 pages
- ASIN : B08KKVVRMW
- Publication Date : October 8, 2020
- Language: : English
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Publisher : GrayBooks (October 8, 2020)
- Screen Reader : Supported
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #13,619 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I have read and loved each book in the Unscripted series so I was honored to be able to beta read book three, Unwritten. Every teaser I had read about this book had me chomping at the bit to dive in. MM. Yes please. Age gap. Even better. Slow burn.....yes!!!
Tobias is the young, hot darling of the movie world. He has been in the spot light since he was 16 and at 21 his star is shining even brighter than ever. But Tobias has a secret. Not everything is as glamorous and perfect as his beautiful face and six pack abs would indicate. In walks Mel, Tobias' new director and according to Tobias "the hottest guy in the room" and someone who is completely off limits. Sparks fly between these two...even though Mel is twenty years his senior and someone that Tobias should absolutely not be thinking about, lusting after or wanting to spend quality time in his life and in his bed. J.R. Gray, gives us all the feels in this latest installment. Sensitive topics are handled beautifully and we are taken on a deep journey of self discovery and inner reflection thorough out. Add in Alfred, the dog we all wish we had and a secondary cast of characters (including Hale and Quell - love them) and Unwritten is a 5 star read.
This book reminds us that things are not always as they appear and as the quote above says, be kind because everyone is fighting a battle that we know nothing about.
Overall, nice read that could be more.
Tobias is a super famous actor, so famous that he really can’t have a life. He has a bodyguard attached to him at all times and is basically an extrovert forced to be an introvert. He’s lonely and tired of being suffocated by his fame. Mel has been brought on as the new director for his current film. He’s best friends with Quell and Hale and looking forward to this opportunity. When these two meet, there is an instant connection and off the charts chemistry. But, these two both know that there are real consequences if they cross those lines. A friendship begins with the idea of exploring their chemistry once the movie wraps.
This is a slow burn read and I loved that side of it! It wasn’t just about the sexy times, these two really form a close bond and truly fall for each other. They learn how to be there for each other and support each other. I truly adored these guys with my whole heart. Despite his fame and success, Tobias deals with a lot of issues, from his anxiety to his speech issues and I really appreciated the way they were dealt with. It felt very real and personal, for both Tobias and Mel and I enjoyed that as much as the romance side. I thought was an absolutely fantastic read, from the sweet, fun moments, through the challenges and every moment in between. I also have to mention Alfred, quite possible the best dog ever and the great Finley, Tobias’ bodyguard! Just wonderful and I honestly want to re-read this again right now.
Mel and Tobias have an age gap, director and one of his actors slightly taboo/not allowed situation. But it doesn't feel like a big deal. I mean the job part -yes. That definitely made them resist (which was fun to watch and not angsty). But the age gap thing really seemed like not much of an issue. Eh, it's Hollywood.
The very first couple pages of this story had me cracking up, and I laughed a couple more times while reading. This couple had great physical chemistry, bolstered by a real connection and were easy to root for. I also love love loved getting more of Quell and Hale from the first couple books in the series. However, you could read this on it's own and not be lost at all. Oh, and I loved Tobias' bodyguard. And the dog. Can not forget the dog!
Another thing kind of unique to this series is how the author touches on sensitive subjects and people's struggles. Tobias has issues that affect his job and daily life. All this also kind of makes him insecure and it's something he deals with throughout the story. It really made me love him more. And Mel was just supportive and awesome throughout, of course.