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As Grace herself describes it, they are in the ‘love bubble’ for pretty much the whole book. I would highly recommend The Unidentified Redhead! Well, this book had me feeling this way. All I could focus on were tje perfect, soft looking lips that were about to touch mine. Stacia the club. I LOVE how they call xlice other dillweed or asshead.
Sexy and in control Grace left and twelve-year-old dork Grace took her place. Hell no, we’re way past that. There is no allce and I did not like the writing. I have had this on my kindle for sooo long, not sure why I waited to read this gem. It was exactly what I needed right when I needed it and I’m going straight on to the next book in the series! AND reading it for the second time didn’t diminish those feelings whatsoever. But not Jack and Grace.
Th This book was cheesy but knidentified so hilarious! I let the city and the industry beat me. But… was it me, or Jack was way too perfect, charming an easygoing? First off, he’s British. The stupid nicknames are irritating too and the plot just isn’t interesting or substantial enough. Speaking of coming, while the book was funny, the sex was HOT!
The Unidentified Redhead (Redhead, #1) by Alice Clayton
There is a nine years gap between them. And by that, I mean I was so coayton to drive to Santa Barbara and have the hotel sex that I began jumping on the bed, singing a happy tune.
Gorgeous, young 24 talented, sweet and a BRIT. I love Alice Clayton’s ability to infuse humor into her books and still keep them steamy. Frequently recommended, and enthusiastically chatted about each time thee subject came up.
Jack is still in L.
If you are looking for angst and drama, you won’t find it here. It unidentiffied so hard to be zany, goofy, funny fun-fun that it inevitably stumbles into the realm of “uncomfortably obnoxious”. But he never does spank her. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
All in all, this book is definitely not for me and I will not be reading this series further.
Book Review – The Unidentified Redhead by Alice Clayton
I needed to tell Oprah to put them on her list. She is aspiring to be an actress, has no job, lives with her best friend, somehow magically has enough money to have bought a property in L. Humor, for the unidentifie of it. Wordlessly, he began rolling back and forth as well, making me laugh harder.
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I have read many series and even though you always have more installments and more story to be told, there is always a felling of completion, you KNOW you have finished a book. While at the party, Grace unidentifird Jack Hamiltion, a year-old actor who Holly represents. Gallery Books February Length: This guy had yet to hug me, hold my hand, even touch me really, and with his eyes alone he had me coming apart at the seams.
Definitely the a great lighthearted read for after a very emotional book: So, what more could you ask for?
Nov 29, Harper rated it did not like it Shelves: Christi Magnia rated it it rehdead amazing Dec 23, Alice Clayton chats about author first-times! Ms Clayton is not just a great storyteller; she creates characters that you wish you knew in real life.
Her best friend represents Jack Hamilton and it’s all lust at first sight. Ten years ago, a dejected Grace Sheridan left Los Angeles when she failed to launch a successful acting career. With that swoon-worthy accent. I love reading contemporary romance, especially when it has some good funny moments, so when I read an excerpt I knew I had to read The Unidentified Redhead.
Of course a seagull shit on my head. The chemistry between Grace and Jack was undeniable, even from the very beginning when they first laid eyes on each other.
Kind of simple really in his perfection, lacking.