Book Review: Love, Unscripted by Denise Hunter

Love, Unscripted is a delightfully charming small town romance that will have you cheering for the unlikely pair at its center. Denise Hunter has crafted an utterly engaging story filled with witty banter, laugh-out-loud moments, and a heartwarming opposites attract romance that simply sizzles with chemistry.

I listened to this one as an audiobook (courtesy of Netgalley), and I thought narrator Kathleen McInerney  was great. 🎧

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Chloe Anderson is an endearing heroine—a relatable romantic who poured her dream man onto the page in her latest novel, only to be dismayed when her novel’s perfect boyfriend lands in the hands of notorious bad boy actor Liam Hamilton for the movie adaptation.

Stuck with Liam playing the lead role, Chloe agrees to a fake relationship to help rehabilitate his image in the hopes it helps the press around the movie. For her side of the bargain, she’ll get more social media followers and grow her platform as an author. Forced to spend time together, Chloe begins to see a side of Liam that challenges everything she thought she knew about him.

The interactions between Chloe and Liam will have you grinning from ear-to-ear. But it’s the tenderhearted moments that stick with you. I also fell in love with the tiny town of Stillwater, North Carolina, Chloe’s hometown where the movie was being shot and longed to go shop in the cute little bookstore her best friend owns.

With an utterly swoon-worthy romantic lead, a big-hearted heroine you can’t help but root for, and a charming small-town setting, Love, Unscripted should be added to your TBR immediately.

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