The Unidentified Redhead

Posted May 26, 2015 by The Book & Alcohol Girls in Book Reviews / 1 Comment

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
Published by Gallery Books
The Unidentified Redhead Book Cover The Unidentified Redhead
Redhead #1
Alice Clayton
Gallery Books
10/15/13
318

The first in USA TODAY bestselling author Alice Clayton’s Redhead series is a playful and erotic romance between an aspiring actress and Hollywood’s hottest new leading man.

When Grace Sheridan returns to Los Angeles to become a working actress, it’s a second shot at a life-long dream. With some help from her best-friend agent, will that dream become a reality—or at thirty-three, has Grace missed her chance at the big time? And when an unexpected sizzling romance with Jack Hamilton, the entertainment industry's newest “it” boy, threatens to shine an uncomfortable spotlight on her life, how will that affect her career…and his?

Funny, borderline neurotic Grace is perfect in her imperfections, and the sexual chemistry between her and charming yet blissfully unaware Jack is off the charts. With laugh-out-loud dialogue and a super-steamy romance that will get your heart racing, sneaking around in L.A. and dodging the paparazzi has never been so fun.

After reading Wallbanger, I had to read everything Alice Clayton had to offer. The Unidentified Redhead did not disappoint!

This is seriously the funniest series I have read in a long time. The humor was off the charts! It is the truest form of a RomCom. Poor Grace was a mess and I loved her!!! Her inner monologues were hysterical. The banter between Grace and Jack was among the best I have read in a book. They had perfect chemistry that made this book a delight to read. Jack is younger than Grace and he sees the world in a refreshing light. He is a great balance for Grace. I loved Grace and the whole gang! I want to party with them. Oh, and Jack is British.

I could go on and on about how much I loved this book, and I did, but instead I will give you a few examples of the hilarity within the pages of this book.


 

“Twenty-four year olds were my new favourite thing. I needed to tell Oprah to put them on her list.” 


 

“The guy looks young enough to be your kid, Grace. 
Yes, but only if I’d really slutted it up in junior high…” 


 

“So, how is the British invasion going? Has he invaded your hoohah yet?” 


“It’s always the accent that drives you American women crazy. I’d no idea you fancied it, too…” he trailed off.
“Oooh, fancied it. Say more like that,” I begged, smiling into the pillow.
“Like what, Grace?”
“Talk British to me,” I whispered, only half joking.
“Dustbins.”
“More,” I encouraged.
“Crumpets.”
“More!” I demanded.
“Knickers.”
If I could hear Jack Hamilton say a second word for the rest of my life, it would be knickers.
“Say put another shrimp on the barbie!” I cried.
“Grace, that’s Australian,” he chided.
“Say it!”
“Fine. Put another shrimp on the barbie. Bloody hell,” he muttered.
“Aaaahhhhhhh!” I screamed into the phone.” 


 

This is a light and fun read- completely angst free. It is under 300 pages that fly by with Grace and Jack making laugh, giggle and swoon. If you are looking for a flirty escape, this is your book! Oh and by the way, this book was way smuttier than I expected, but somehow all the fun and laughter made the smut-level seem harmonious.

5 stars and read it with Innocent Bystander Pink Moscato. Cheers!

 
The Unidentified Redhead (The Redhead Book 1)http://amzn.to/1Q7i2rb


More Books from Alice Clayton

The Unidentified Redhead (The Redhead Book 1)http://amzn.to/1FA2byT
The Redhead Revealedhttp://amzn.to/1AupuLf
The Redhead Plays Her Handhttp://amzn.to/1EtGoF1
Wallbanger (The Cocktail Series Book 1)http://amzn.to/1FbURab
Rusty Nailed (The Cocktail Series Book 2)http://amzn.to/1eqL1L2
Screwdrivered (The Cocktail Series Book 3)http://amzn.to/1Ht12qW
Mai Tai’d Up (The Cocktail Series Book 4)http://amzn.to/1AupScO
Last Call (The Cocktail Series)http://amzn.to/1EtGD2S

 


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