L.A. Fiore – Our Unscripted Story |ARC Review

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Title: Our Unscripted Story
Author: L.A. Fiore
Genre: Romance
Publication Date: March 29, 2018

Blurb

Greyson Ratcliffe. I met him at sixteen, the hot new guy sitting on my jetty, an aspiring artist just passing through. He was my first kiss and my first love. I wanted forever with him. I didn’t even get a year.

Five years later, I’m a budding writer who scripts stories of love and struggle, the good and the bad and the ups and the downs. He’s a star on the rise; his wicked talent and crazy good looks have his face plastered on countless magazines. We move in two different worlds and still our paths cross again. We’re older and wiser and as crazy about each other as we had been as teenagers.

My medium is words and my imagination is limitless, but not even I could have written the incredible journey we traveled to our happily-ever-after. Life isn’t like fiction, and the greatest love stories don’t follow a script.

It takes a special kind of author to weave a spell on its readers to captive them from the very first sentence to the very last. I knew I was going to like this book after the first chapter… Colour me wrong.. I loved this book. I can’t recommend it enough!

I read this book a week ago then got food poisoning/ viral infection ( not related hahahha) but as I was lying in bed thinking I was close to death (dramatic but true story lol) I kept thinking about Our Unscripted Story and it made my heart break and made me love love even more.

I write this review, with what can only be described as honest to God, a slow death; from my bed, on a phone because you guys need to read this book… This book is pure love… It makes you want the love these characters have for each other.

Alexis and Greyson’s love is pure magic. It’s all consuming and it casts a spell of enchantment on it’s readers (readers beware, those romantics at heart, this book will make you fall more in love).

Our Unscripted Story is beautiful and just when you think everything is fine and dandy, your heart breaks, you cry for these two people you don’t even know…and it becomes a roller coaster of emotion, then you curse the author (sorry!) until you realise that the angst in this book is frustrating but it’s the good kind of frustrating that keeps you reaching for the book again; it’s the type of book you think of even days and weeks after you are done.

The tide of emotions this book brought into my life and the way it stuck through was a blessing and a curse.

I loved this book through every word, every sentence, every chapter.
I don’t know how you do it L.A. fiore but you’ve done it yet again. I love you, your imagination, your brain, your neutrons and your words… Thank you for writing this book.

PS: Have I mentioned that I love stories about a family’s history? Ooooooo I want to spill it but I’ll just leave you with this, ” Choose Love”. 😏

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