Title: Unscripted (Heartsville)
Author Name: Nico Jaye
Publication Date & Length: October 27, 2015 – 75 pgs
Theater manager Teddy Carbone’s life has gone pretty much according to script… until now.
To his surprise, Teddy finds himself co-owner of the Oasis Theater with Carter Monroe, a corporate shark who’s looking at him like he’s chum in the water. Being in charge of the theater is one thing, but having to deal with Carter and his demands is another. With Carter’s proposed plan to sell the Oasis looming, Teddy must convince Carter the theater is worth saving. When Teddy introduces the bright, bold world of the stage to Carter’s cold, all-business lifestyle, though, he soon comes to recognize that the Oasis might not be the only thing he has a chance to save.
This book starts out on a somber note and then suddenly blazes. Turns muy caliente.
I read this book last (this being part of the Heartsville series) and this being the last book it ended with a bang. The relationship between Teddy and Carter is sizzling. Throw in some family drama and is the Oasis safe or not and The Rocky Horror Picture Show and you got one dynamic book.
I highly recommend this book and even suggest you read this last, meaning get the whole series. You won’t be sorry.
This book is the second of five in the Heartsville Series. I really liked that Nico Jaye had the main two characters have instant chemistry and if you moved to Heartsville you would want these two men for a neighbor. There really wasn’t any twist or turns in this book. But I still liked it.
This was another excellent book of the Heartsville Series. In this book we meet Teddy and his business partner Carter. I loved how the author brought Teddy and Carter together and the explosive attraction that immediately overcomes them both. After reading this book I just couldn’t help but to smile and I think anyone who read this will be smiling as well. This was a new author for me and will definitely be looking for more of her books.
Nico Jaye is a fan of all things HEA and has dragged her romance collection along for her moves from San Francisco to Los Angeles to Chicago to New York and back. She thinks reading is awesome and loves that she can hang out night after night with crinoline-wearing debutantes, brawny firemen in suspenders, and werewolf shifters with Scottish brogues. An overall feline enthusiast, Nico secretly (or not so secretly?) adores Hello Kitty, cat GIFs, spontaneous traveling, pretending to be crafty, emoticons, hot menfolk, and parenthetical statements (not necessarily in that order). Her favorite stories are those that marry smut and fluff (a.k.a. smuff) into a gooey ball of HEA and fuzzies.