The Unidentified Redhead (Redhead, #1)
Pages no: 276
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, New Adult
This is one of those books where I truly feel there aren't enough stars. It's not a book that would be categorized as the best I have ever read but it is one of those books that hit me just as it should and just when I needed it to. As an "older" woman who reads a lot of books with younger women thi...
Sweet Sassy Molassey.HILARIOUS! Seriously. OMG!I loved this. I loved Holly and Grace together...asshead and dillweed. Olive juice.Cheese, marijuana...same thing really I loved Gracie and George. Their relationship was real. I loved the banter and how they goofed off all the time. LOVED the "t...
First let me simply state: I LOVED IT! HOT! HOT! HOT! It's been ten years since Grace's unsuccessful attempt to make it as an actor. Determined, she returns to L.A. a little older (if you call can 33 years old), thinner, and wiser. She has a chance meeting one night with Hollywood's "next big thing"...
I did this book a disservice. Immediately after reading [b:Wallbanger|15858248|Wallbanger|Alice Clayton|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1352205960s/15858248.jpg|21607771], I went looking for more books by Alice Clayton. Seeing that The Unidentified Redhead was by the same author, I immediately bought i...
I have been reading some seriously angsty books lately, so this was exactly what I needed. The Unidentified Redhead was a light, entertaining read with a funny as all hell heroine and a smoking hot hero. The banter between Grace and—pretty much anyone she came into contact with—her best friend Holly...