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The Unidentified Redhead (The Redhead Book 1) by [Clayton, Alice]
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After 10 years, Grace, armed with a degree in industrial design, returns to Los Angeles to attempt, once again, to realize her dream of becoming an actress. She moves in—again—with her best friend and powerful agent, Holly. At a party, she meets the next “it” guy, Jack, and they start a flirtation. Meanwhile, Grace begins to go on auditions. Once they’re in a steamy relationship, Grace gets an offer to be in a show in New York, just when she and Jack actually fall in love in the midst of their powerfully physical affair. What will happen after she leaves? Clayton offers pure escapism with little conflict, charming readers with a funny cast, snappy dialogue, and plenty of hot and sexy scenes. The idea of a second chance actually working out is also appealing. Readers of Rachel Gibson and Helen Fielding will enjoy Clayton and they’ll be asking for the promised sequels. --Amy Alessio


"An instant classic...highly recommended!" (New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Jennifer Probst).

"Sexy, sassy and complex. In short, All Things Alice." -NYT and USA TODAY bestseller Jasinda Wilder

"Sexy, funny, and made of pure fun." - Smexy Books

"Steamy romance, witty characters, and a barrel full of laughs. - The Book Vixen

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Product Details

  • File Size: 1599 KB
  • Print Length: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Gallery Books; Reprint edition (February 14, 2013)
  • Publication Date: February 14, 2013
  • Sold by: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00B73MUMA
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,017 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Unidentified Redhead...

Like any avid reader, when there's lots of chattering about a novel I am normally inclined to find out what all the brouhaha is about, so, that's what brought me to purchasing this book. But in the end, I was left disappointed. It just didn't do it for me.

For one, the novel was way too childish. Grace is 33 years of age, yet, she acts like a 15 year old. There was never a part of this book where she acted her age. Sure, the humour was great, there were quite a few times when I was holding my stomach in laughter. But at times it was surfeiting.

Jack is really nice for a young hero. He's actually more mature than Grace and I really couldn't, for the life of me, understand how he finds Grace's childish behaviour attractive. There was hardly any serious conversation between the two which it made it difficult for me to regard them as couple who are in love. They were more like two teenagers who were always playing around.

Next, there was NO depth. Like seriously, where's the conflict? Everything was all smooth and easy like Sunday Morning. There were so many opportunities for the author to create conflict and she didn't, Grace simply "pushed it aside"(her words). It was merely day in and day out of NOTHING but Grace and Jack talking a bunch of crap. There were times when the author was literally forcing the days to pass, it was so obvious that she was trying not to make things happen too quickly. But this should NEVER be obvious to the readers! Half way through the book I was bored to death.

Also, it was so unrealistic that these two--now please remember that jack is TWENTY-FOUR--were having only oral sex for WEEKS. Like are you kidding me???
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Usually when I see a book on Goodreads that has more than 4 stars I go for it and know it's probably going to be good. Sadly, that wasn't the case with this book.

This story features Grace Sheridan, an aspiring actress who lives with her best friend Holly. Holly happens to have her own managing company and is an agent for Jack Hamilton. Jack is about to be a huge hit; he's in a highly anticipated movie (think Twilight, Hunger Games, etc.) and already gets gawked at by the ladies wherever he goes. Holly has a party in which Jack takes notice of Grace (who is 9 years his senior ;)) and their romance begins.

I usually read a book in a few days; this one took me about a week. I just thought it was boring and couldn't wait for it to be over. Another thing that bothered me was the humor. Grace is thirty three but she has the humor of a teenage boy. It just didn't do it for me.

Also, things were a little too easy for Jack and Grace. Yeah, Holly didn't want them to show too much affection in view of the paparazzi with Jack's career taking off and all, but that wasn't even a huge issue. You know when you're reading a romance and the two main characters have a fight and you're just like, nooooo can't you see he didn't mean it? You know what I mean? You don't want the characters to go through that, but that fight is what makes the story better. What kind of story is there without conflict? Unfortunately, a boring one.

While this wasn't a book for me, for all those who think they may be interested, the second book in the series already looks to be better just from what happens at the end. Sorry to leave you hanging, but I don't want to give anything away for potential readers.

My rating: 2 out of 5 stars

Happy reading everyone!
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Ummm...WOW. I'm not sure were to begin with this book. First off, one should note the word erotic in the description. While, I wouldn't consider the sex in this book over the top or even really descriptive, it's definitely there. And there's a lot of it. But, it's hot. Wow, I can't believe I just said that.

I LOVED Grace. For a thirty-three old who claims to still be trying to be comfortable with her new self, she radiates confidence. What I wouldn't give to have been able to pull off some of the comments that come out of her mouth. I love the sexual and flirtatious stuff she says. It just works for who she is. She sounds like someone you would love to be friends with. Plus, I love how hard she's trying to make it in Hollywood. Her best friends Holly is a riot. I think I'll move in with them. Oh wait, I'm married and I have two kids. I don't think that will work.

I also loved Jack. Who wouldn't love the new Hollywood golden boy, who's still trying to get use to be the next big thing. I love that he's younger than Grace, but never makes her feel like it. I love how well he seems to compliment Grace. I love that he's from England and has a sexy accent. I think might be just in love...pretty sure that doesn't work with my husband either.

I was going to give this 5 stars, but towards the end I thought the sex overtook the story a little bit. It was great, but I also like the story of Grace and Jack minus the sex. But, overall, this was just a fun and sexy story. I loved the characters and the sex only made me blush a few times. I can't wait to read the next one!
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