Book Review: Perfectly Scripted by Christy Pastore

Title: Perfectly Scripted (Scripted #2)
Author: @christypastore
Reviewer: Michelle @Michelle6803
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Rating: 4.25 stars

“With each passing day I was falling deeper into his world.”

I’d never believed in fate until the moment I kissed Ronan Connolly. And even though it could have been my emotional undoing, there was nothing I could do to stop the whirlwind of excitement and thrilling days that followed.

Pushing me. Pulling me. Throwing me deeper and deeper into him. Into us.

We’d spent a week secluded inside the four walls of the posh York Hotel Penthouse sharing our deepest secrets and engaging in our most primal desires. The longer I stayed, the further I fell.

There was no turning back, and I was left with only one realization – that he was the one for me.

Back in the real world, Ronan and I had settled into our new life together as a couple. We were done overcoming jealous exes and lingering scars. But, when reminders from the past come flooding back, new secrets are revealed, shattering the trust we worked so hard to achieve.

Fate brought us together.

Passion ignited our souls.

Love gripped our hearts.

That same explosive combination perfectly conspired to tear us apart.

Perfectly Scripted is the dramatic conclusion to Ronan and Holliday’s steamy love story that began in unScripted.

This story contains sexually explicit material and is intended for mature individuals over the age of eighteen.

Michelle's Review

Perfectly Scripted picks up after the Unscripted.  Ronan and Holliday decide moving in together.  They are on holiday, and as any new couple, enjoy their time away from the everyone, including the paparazzi, although they do get wind of their getaway, but it does not deter from their relationship.  Ronan is still attentive and super protective over Holliday, so much so that with her knowing, he is keeping tabs on the man that hurt Holliday.  But keeping this type of secret can bite Ronan in the ass, don’t you think?

Ronan and Holliday are getting their bearings together while living with each other.  There are some hiccups here and there, especially when Ronan must travel for work.  You already know, he’s an actor.  Working away can test a relationship, especially when dealing with a co-star who also happens to be an ex-girlfriend and whose current boyfriend is Holliday’s ex-boyfriend, oye the drama!

Holliday eventually finds out about Ronan’s plan regarding her attacker.  Let’s just say the conversation wasn’t a very pleasant one.  I understand Ronan’s need to protect Holliday, I mean what man wouldn’t do anything for the woman he loves, especially if you know that woman had such a bad traumatic experience.  My issue with the situation is that he should have been frank with Holliday.  He fails to see how that the attack didn’t make her a wiltering flower.

Besides the drama, we get some steamy sexy times, Ronan, sigh, he’s is very attentive in the bedroom ladies!  What he lacks in communicating, he makes up for in the bedroom.  As I mentioned in my previous review , I really loved Holliday.  She is a type of book heroine that I love reading about.  I even loved her sister Charlotte.

If you’re looking for a sweet, sexy story with a hot Irish man, look no further.  Read Unscripted first then dive into Perfectly Scripted.  Thank you Christy Pastore for letting me into your writing world.  I cannot wait to read more of your books.

– Michelle

*A complimentary copy for an honest review.



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