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In this installment, Grace is in New York, preparing to take the off-off-Broadway stage by storm in her former college crush’s production. She’s having a blast. Grace loves New York. She loves the cast. She loves the crew. She loves working with Michael. She loves the play. But she misses Jack like crazy, and the feeling is mutual. In the beginning, they do a great job of touching base almost daily, keeping the spark alive via phone sex, and squeezing in a couple of visits. However, as the opening day for Grace’s play nears and the promotional appearances and interviews for Jack’s film increase as the movie’s release date gets closer, finding time to connect gets harder and harder – but they persevere. Jack and Grace are determined to make it work, and despite a couple of close calls with the paparazzi, things are looking good. That is, until the red carpet Hollywood premier of Jack’s movie – when Grace and Jack are finally (kinda) linked together and Grace’s emotional walls implode. And in one fail swoop, Grace breaks Jack’s heart, breaks her own heart, ruins his big night, and sends Jack in a downward spiral, successfully ticking off her best friend, Holly, to a degree she never has before. She definitely earns her nickname, Nuts Girl. Fortunately, after some soul searching, butt kicking (of her own butt), and some help from her friends, Grace finally pulls her head out of her derriere and pulls out all the stops to win back her man.
One of the things I liked about this book is that Clayton pulls no punches in showing just how illogical we women can be. There is no doubt that Grace loves Jack. It’s equally obvious that Jack loves Grace. Yet Grace, who knows the game, lets the press and the fans’ comments get to her. She succumbs to her irrational fear about the age difference between her and Jack, the fear that he’ll wake up and realize that he can do younger and better, the fear that she doesn’t deserve happiness, and she perpetrates a spectacular act of self-sabotage to reinforce all her fears. Seriously crazy! Thankfully for all involved, Jack loves her to distraction, and while he did not fare well after their breakup, he loved her so much that he was willing to give her a second chance, and she was smart enough to take it. Jack’s speech about how it’s not just him that has to accept her crazy behaviors, that her accepting him as he is, quirks and all, is why they’re perfect together, was beautiful. I also liked that while this is the second book in the series, Clayton did not attempt to put Grace and Jack on the path to their happily ever after in The Redhead Revealed. They still have bridges to cross and obstacles to overcome, so I cannot wait to start The Redhead Plays Her Hand to see how that hand plays out.
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Right! This is an excellent, EXCELLENT sequel.
So see, Shelley read The Readhead Revealed in September-ish right after we read The Unidentified Redhead. We greatly enjoyed book one, but it wasn't on par with Wallbanger for me, and I was scared to death of the second book. Shelley's text were filled with angst, and metaphorical jumping off of cliffs and I wasn't prepared to handle it. So I pushed it off. And pushed it off. Because I wasn't reading this with a THIRD book on the horizon. Like I said scared to death!! But...Omigah, I LOVED IT! SHELLEY, WHY DID I WAIT! WHY!!
Good question, Court, I'm not sure why you were scared..just because I had an angst-fest through text..I mean..sheesh! I love this series. Actually, I love everything Alice Clayton produces. She's the perfect mix of funny, angsty, sexy, and the added bonus of more realistic women as her protagonists. LOVE HER!!!
Jack is better than ever in this one, as well as Grace. Grace made me want to throttle her in so many scenes. She has quite a lot of emotional baggage, and I'm honestly surprised Shel is still talking to me at this point with me threatening to cut her this morning if she didn't give me details of what would happen. (I have some groveling to do...I am a whiny bitch, it's quite sad) she of course didn't tell me s***. And I'm glad now. But at the time, I couldn't see that.
Jack was the ultimate book boyfriend. He was patient and kind and generous and just...so..sigh..good. He wasn't perfect and he had such normal fears and reactions ...and I just loved him for those. Grace..while creating some of the drama that she then had to live through...also had some real reactions, I think. She is insecure about things with Jack (the age thing and the hiding out and other things). And yet she's very strong and independent: trying to create a successful career and life for herself..a life full of things and opportunities that are about her. ..her talents..her name..her everything. While she's creating this..she's also grappling with what to do about Jack. It was a little complicated and frustrating.
The redhead revealed is funny, with our same group of friends living a pretty glamorous life but supporting (mostly) each other. Alice Clayton's writing is so ridiculously good that she puts other books to shame. And makes it hard for me to move on. I cannot wait to read the next book! And I recommend you do too! Today! Right now! Go!
We are obnoxiously excited to see what happens next with Jack and Grace and Holly, Nick, Rebecca, Lane...Michael? ALL OF THEM. Read this series. You will not regret it.
Shelley: 5 Stars
Courtney: 5 Stars
This book has the angst that isn't in the first book and at one point I thought I wasn't going to love it as much as the first one, as I thought it wasn't going to have the humour I loved in Unidentified Redhead, but I was wrong, I actually loved it just as much.
In this one Grace has to face her insecurities and although she still does this with humour, there are times it's actually quite sad and I really felt for her regarding her misplaced ideas in her relationship with Jack.
This was another winner for me. I really do adore all the characters in these boks.
I really hope the author gets onto writing book 3 because I would love to see how she ends this series. It's been one of my faves.
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