The Unidentified Redhead
WATCH OUT, HOLLYWOOD! Grace Sheridan is back. Ten years after discovering that looks and talent are a dime a dozen in Los Angeles, she’s wriggling into a pair of badass jeans and ready to show the film industry that there’s way more to her than just a head of gorgeous red curls. And Hollywood’s... show more
WATCH OUT, HOLLYWOOD! Grace Sheridan is back. Ten years after discovering that looks and talent are a dime a dozen in Los Angeles, she’s wriggling into a pair of badass jeans and ready to show the film industry that there’s way more to her than just a head of gorgeous red curls. And Hollywood’s newest Brit super-hunk Jack Hamilton certainly sees a lot to like. Grace is trying to restrain herself from jumping a man who is nearly a decade her junior, but Jack is making it clear that he personally has zero problems with that idea. While Grace and Jack are still swapping innuendo-loaded quips and text sex though, the paparazzi have caught up with them, headlining the “unidentified redhead” who’s been photographed trysting at a restaurant with the heartthrob of the year. Now Grace is in stuck in a double bind. She’s head over heels in lust with Jack, but there’s her own career to think of as well. A sizzling romance with the newest “it” boy may garner her industry attention . . . but is it the kind of attention she’s always dreamed of?
Publish date: October 15th 2013
Publisher: Gallery Books
Pages no: 318
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, New Adult
Series: Redhead (#1)
This review was originally posted on Bookish Things & MoreReviewThis book was so funny. I loved Grace. She's a hoot. She very rarely takes herself too seriously, and has an awesome sense of humor. She struggles with her emotions as she begins falling for a younger guy. I felt like her fears and...
This story was interesting enough to finish but it didn't have a lot of action or plot. It felt more like a soap opera with lots of sex and I wasn't all that impressed with either hero or heroine. I skimmed a lot. Aspiring actress Gracie is instantly to attracted budding heartthrob actor young Jac...
I have been having such a great time looking for new reads to listen to and have on the hunt for things that looked interesting when I came across The Redhead Series by Alice Clayton. I read Wallbanger and loved it. Which of course meant that I would either love or hate then next thing I read by the...
Finally started this series and it is LOL type of funny.
I am surprised by how much I enjoyed this book and how much I related to Grace. She is funny and corny and crazy without being uncomfortably so. Her quirks feel natural and real instead of forced and over-the-top. She's strong but real (read: she has baggage like everyone else) and she's very likabl...