• Unwritten

  • Unscripted Series, Book 3
  • By: J.R. Gray
  • Narrated by: Joel Leslie, John Solo
  • Length: 7 hrs and 13 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (19 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

I should have been on top of the world but I was trapped, suffocated by fame. My life wasn't my own. I belonged to the fans and the media. Too famous to leave my house without attracting a crowd. Fame and anxiety prevented a connection. I was doomed to stay a virgin forever, or so I thought until I fell for the one person forbidden to me: My director.

Four months of working side by side while trying to keep my hands to myself or one of us would lose our job. The temptation was going to kill me.

©2020 J.R. Gray (P)2021 Tantor

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great book to finish

great book to finish off the story. i loved them all they were such great characters and a awesome story.

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  • 05-18-21

Too long and repetitive

First off, I love the narrators. It was the main reason I got the series. But the main conflict of the story was saying “I have to talk to him” and never doing it. I got confused with all the angst, the MC knew they liked each in the first 30 minutes, but all the internal monologue to keep themselves apart seemed unnecessary. There was a lot of repetition throughout the writing also. The first book in the series was good, but the second and third needed work.