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Unscripted 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 l

  • Title: Unscripted
  • Author: Nico Jaye
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 495
  • Format: ebook
  • 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 plTheater 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.

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    1. Lisa on said:

      See my review at Sinfully Addicted.4 Stars“Welcome to the gayborhood! In the cozy town of Heartsville, the streets are lined with trees, the shops are full of friendly faces, and happily ever after is just around the corner. Come get to know the boys next door – naughty, nice, and everything in between.”Unscripted by Nico Jaye is the second book in a five part contemporary MM romance series which is a collaborative effort by five authors. Each novella is written by a different author and w [...]

    2. Exina on said:

      I know I'm in minority with this, but After the death of his boss and friend, Teddy finds himself the co-owner of the Oasis Theater with Carter Monroe, who wants to sell the theatre. Teddy storms into his office to give him a piece of mind, and five minutes after they met, Teddy willingly bends over Carter's designer sofa, and lets him fuck him. And Carter calls him PUP?? I really don’t know which one of them is more irritating. DNF at 28%.

    3. ~✡~Dαni(ela) ♥ ♂♂ love & semi-colons~✡~ on said:

      Teddy & Carter's storyThis is the final book I read in the Heartsville series. All the stories can be read as standalones, in any order, but they are best read TOGETHER as a unit. I recommend this entire series for some easy, fluffy reading: gayborhood, sexy boys, mild steam, friendship, sweetness, a promise of a HEA it's all there. I so enjoy Nico's writing, and Unscripted is no exception. What's Teddy to do when a numbers guy inherits half of his beloved theater, the one he's managed for [...]

    4. Nico Jaye on said:

      The Heartsville series is now available at your favorite ebook retailer! :D

    5. Dalia on said:

      After a sudden death of Richard, the owner of the Oasis Theater, Teddy Carbone finds himself in charge of the theater with Carter Monroe. The Oasis is an important place for Teddy. He has always loved it as though it was his own and he wants it to succeed. Carter, on the other hand, isn't interested in managing the theater, so he plans to sell it. If Teddy wants the Oasis to survive, he must convince Carter that it's worth keeping as fast as possible.I liked Teddy's POV, though, I wished there w [...]

    6. Jenni Lea on said:

      And last but by no means least, we get Teddy's story. My smuff addiction has been satisfied. I now have a few new phrases added to my vocabulary (hate boners, anyone?). I did notice though, that of all five stories in this series, Teddy is the only one that didn't have a speaking role in someone else's book. I would have liked to have seen him intermingle with the characters from the other stories a bit. Well, there's always round two! Mini review of this and all the other stories in the series [...]

    7. Catherine on said:

      *** 3.5 Stars ***I love meet cutes. I love opposites attract tropes. I love storylines so sweet they practically give me a toothache – ones that hit me in the face with fluff and then wrap their sticky fingers around my spun sugar heart. And Unscripted provides this in spades, y’all.Full review to come.

    8. R * A Reader Obsessed * on said:

      Wow. Talk about fast. I mean buying the cart before the horse fast. Teddy goes to talk to Carter about what to do with their new joint inheritance. With nary a buildup, they're undergoing some intense "negotiations". Since this is part of a series and what I assume is intended to be fun fluff, I'm giving it a lot of leeway. Just don't expect much plot or character development. Instead, enjoy the easy, steamy way these two work out their differences and come together to forge a very nice partners [...]

    9. Amy on said:

      **4.25 stars** This is the third Heartsville story I've read and my favorite so far. The scene when Teddy and Carter first meet was so incredibly hot! Love them together :)

    10. Ann on said:

      NICO SMUFFFFF! Such a great love story and kudos for the Rocky Horror mentions!My only problem with this story was that I wanted more. I also wanted a visual for Rocky Horror Nite at the Oasis. While at first I thought this was an enemies to lovers, or at least an opposites attract story, I don’t really think it was either and that’s good. The length of the story was conducive to what it was, a love story about two guys who were much more alike than appearances would seem, Carter just needed [...]

    11. Ami on said:

      So I was strolling along nicely, enjoying the set-up of what I expected to be some sort of enemies-to-lovers novella, and then BAM, about 20% into the story, when Teddy was confronting Carter in their first meeting (Carter was planning to sell the theater that Teddy loved so much, and they were both co-owners, per the will of Carter's Uncle) Carter just did it to Teddy. Right then. Calling Teddy "pup" even.URGH!! *crunched nose in disgust*Sorry, my mood just dropped below zero. I skimmed the r [...]

    12. Ele on said:

      **3.5 stars**Book 2 of the Heartsville series! Nice to be back at the gayborhood!Teddy lives and breathes theater. Suddenly, he finds himself co-owner of the Oasis Theater with Carter Monroe. Carter, though, doesn't seem to share the same feelings and soon he presents him with plans to sell the theatre. Teddy will have to make him change his mind.I wouldn't really label this as an "enemies to lovers" story. After their first meeting, Carter is very willing to negotiate, discuss things and see th [...]

    13. Meags on said:

      3.5 StarsI enjoyed this sweet, sexy, somewhat insta-loveish story. I warmed to Teddy immediately and Carter was enough of an enigma to keep me interested in their pairing. Where a few readers have been perturbed by the impulsive and speedy nature of their “interactions”, I simply found it hot and alluring. I figure this is a short story, so a little incredulous behaviour can transpire without me putting up too much of a fuss.

    14. Lori on said:

      This series of five books was a pure delight to read. I've read (and loved) work by Nico Jaye, Piper Vaughn and JH Knight before, but Jayden Brookes and Cate Ashwood were new to me. I'm going to review the series as a whole, although each book is standalone and could be read that way.What can I say? I LOVED the gayborhood. It is a series of pure delight. Easy to read, sweet without being sugary and just a teeny tiny bit of angst to add a bit of bite. This series is the pyjamas, slippers, hot cho [...]

    15. Pixie on said:

      Ok with these shorts the first thing I have to get comfortable with is the speed in which “relationships” develop. The instant attraction/office banging that occurred in chapter 2 seriously threw me for a loop initially. Once I thought about it though and saw how things progressed I realized that with a mere 75 pages time to casually develop was not something the author could do. Overall a cute, if not wildly believable, story. I think the end won me over because Carter wasn’t someone I me [...]

    16. Krissy on said:

      The RHPS scene at the end made this a 4 star for me. I love RHPS!

    17. Katrina Passick Lumsden on said:

      This is part of the Heartsville series, currently five novella-length stories set around the fictional town of Heartsville. Each one is written by a different author, and I enjoyed every single one. Sometimes all you want is to sit back and read a quirky, sweet romance with no angst and minimal obstacles. These stories definitely fit the bill.

    18. namericanwordcat on said:

      Unscripted is by far the sexiest entry into the series. I love the details of the theater and Teddy is wonderfulCarter is not. He changes and that is good but because we are only in Teddy's head we don't get to really see his arc and he doesn't talk much.So, for me, he stays pretty cold. We get a HEA but I am not attached to Carter though it is clear he adores Teddy.

    19. Lorraine Lesar on said:

      4.5 snufflet stars - purely due to length, not contentWell, well, well, she certainly caught me out on this one - with that sad start, I thought I had her (I love you Nico), thought I knew exactly where she was taking this journey - I was onto her! But dam, she was like one of them old movies with a runaway tram and then the hero steps in, with a switch of a lever at the track, the tram diverts! and divert she did.They say that money is the root of all evil and maybe it is? But never where The Q [...]

    20. Shannon on said:

      .What I've really enjoyed about the books in the Heartsville series I've read so far is the opposites-attract aspect of the stories. They've all been so different, yet somehow they all just seem to work. Of the 3, the characters in Unscripted seem the most unlikely of the couples- you can't get much different than a theater geek (although I don't know if geek's the right description for Teddy) and a businessman you can just picture wheeling and dealing on Wall Street. The stories have all been a [...]

    21. Molli B. on said:

      First—I'm loving the covers of these books. They actually make sense and represent the characters! ♥This was very nearly a DNF for me at 30%. I didn't like the MCs' first interaction at all. (view spoiler)[Teddy walks in there, all fired up about maybe losing his livelihood, this business he's just inherited from his mentor, and within literally minutes they're having sex because the guy in the suit is a hot piece of ass? What happened to his (very legitimate) anger? (hide spoiler)] Ugh, it [...]

    22. Love Bytes Reviews on said:

      4.5 Heart Review by AmberThis one was so stinkin’ cute!!!! It starts off with a fairly sad premise so I thought it was going to go one way but early on you know it’s not going to be how you expect and I really liked that I was surprised.Teddy Carbone’s life abruptly changed when his boss and friend died unexpectedly. Thinking he couldn’t feel anymore off kilter he learns he not only owns the theater he’s been managing but he shares it with his boss nephew. Knowing they need to meet and [...]

    23. Brooklyn on said:

      An ARC of this book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.Teddy Carbone runs the Oasis, a community theater in Heartsville. When the owner dies, Teddy learns he is now part owner, along with Carter Monroe, the deceased owner's nephew. When Carter mentions selling the Oasis, Teddy realizes he has to do everything he can to show Carter that the Oasis is worth keeping. Of course, they hook up. Right out of the gate in this book. It's a bit sudden and unexpected. And I wasn't r [...]

    24. Pjm12 on said:

      This seemed so much shorter than 'Bookmarked', but it's probably not. The action is much more condensed.These boys get hot and heavy only minutes (hours?) after they meet. It's a bit unrealistic, but so hot.Teddy's family are terrific, especially sister Gia. I liked all the community theatre talk, and catching up with other characters, like Aaron and Adam.Again, the love interest, (in this case, Carter) remains fairly enigmatic and distant.But the smex here is much more steamy.

    25. Justin on said:

      4.5 SMUFFTASTIC starsThe Queen of Smuff has done it again. This is sweet & hot, just the way I like em.

    26. Dani Elle Maas on said:

      lovely story but that could be expected from this author Love this man and their town :)

    27. Ralph on said:

      Well, it's not nearly as bad as Bookmarked, which isn't saying a lot. Carter starts off as a complete asshole and any normal person would've just written him off, but apparently fictional guys like to fuck people they just got done yelling at. Then he has a complete personality shift that's quick enough to give you whiplash.Has the bare bones to be a decent romance but with major chunks of it cut out to make it a novella instead of a novel.

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