Authors: Christy Pastore
Tags: #The Scripted Series Book 2
by Christy Pastore
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Publication Date: November 16
Perfectly Scripted (The Scripted Series, #2)
Copyright ©Christy Pastore 2015
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The Weekends Series
Fifteen Weekends Later
The Scripted Series
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“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.
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.
This one is for all the fan girls. Thank you for allowing me to share Ronan and Holliday’s story with all of you. The fairytale exists— don’t be afraid to fight for it.
Love has nothing to do with what you are expecting to get - only with what you are expecting to give - which is everything.”
~ Katharine Hepburn
Two and A Half Years Ago
For the third day in a row, I woke up to the sound of pouring rain. Outside my window, the sullen, dark-grey clouds blanketing the sky perfectly complemented my depressed mood. I eased out of bed, clutching my ribs, which were still sore from the attack.
The attack. The rape. The assault that had nearly taken my life.
This morning’s pain was slightly less than recent days— a pounding headache, stiffness in my back, and aching muscles in my arms and my legs. Standing in front of my mirror, I was relieved to see that the areas around my nose, my cheeks, and my eyes appeared less swollen. The bruises, however, were still gross, having turned from a dark blue to a sickly yellow green.
I stared at my reflection, contemplating taking the shears or Perry’s razor to my long, blonde hair and giving myself a makeover—the Britney Spears kind. On second thought, better not. Mom would surely have me committed in a flash.
After grabbing my medication, I padded downstairs to my parents’ kitchen and poured a glass of water. The bandages between my thighs itched like crazy. I wanted to rip them off and scratch the hell out of my burnt skin.
Swallowing the pills, I wondered how much longer this would be my daily routine. Then I placed the glass on the side of the sink, where my gaze fell to the note on the counter.