Script (LA Storm book 1) by RJ Scott and VL Locey

Staying in the hockey world, RJ Scott and VL Locey take us to L.A. for their next series, beginning with the quintessential pairing of actor and hockey player in Script.

From the blurb:

All Finn needs is to be discreet about his love life until filming is done on the movie that could change his career. But falling in lust, and then love, with Cameron, a sexy hockey star with a perfect smile, shatters his best laid plans.

Actor Finn Kerrigan is at a crossroads. After growing up a soap star, then starring in the hugely successful Rapid trilogy of action movies, he's finally given the chance to read a heartfelt and passionate script that could change his life forever. The role would be enough for people to see him as a serious actor, and maybe even win him an award or two (and no, a golden raspberry award for Rapid doesn't count). Once established as a serious actor he’s sure he can come out of the closet and finally live his truth. When he lies to get the part of a hockey player on a struggling team, he suddenly has nowhere to hide. He might be Canadian, but the last time he skated he was ten, and no, he doesn't have hockey in his blood. With only a month until filming starts, he about to be exposed, but partnered with a player who’s supposed to be giving him tips, he doesn’t realize how many of his secrets will come to light. Falling in lust, one heated kiss at a time, is inevitable, but giving Cameron up at the end of the shoot could break his heart.

Cameron Chavkin is the face of the LA Storm. And the body, and the hair, and the smile. He’s at the prime of his career, men and women want to be with him, and he’s skating better than he ever has before. His house sits next to a famous rock star's mansion, his garage is filled with expensive cars, and he’s even been asked to mentor a once-famous actor in a new hockey movie. Life is pretty sweet. Until the bad boy of hockey meets Finn, a man on the edge with more secrets than Cameron has endorsements. Knowing better than to get involved, Cameron is swept up despite himself, and when it's time to say goodbye to the Storm’s most eligible bachelor is finding it hard to follow the script.

Heather's Review:

Script was a fun and interesting take on a Hollywood meet-cute!  Finn virtually stalks Cameron and then endears himself while trying to learn to skate...  I love their interactions, the world building for the new series and all of the guys on the L.A. Storm who will get their stories in this new series.

Low angst, sweet and just the right amount of steamy, you'll smile your way through the book from first google to finish...  I can't wait to see where the series goes next!

Rating: 5 Stars

Script is currently available in paperback and e-book and can be read as part of your Kindle Unlimited subscription.