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She enjoys gardening but not weeding, baking but not cleaning up, and finally convinced her long-time boyfriend to marry her.
Instant chemistry, humor and hilarious banter start off this relationship. Unidentified Redhead was a fun and sexy read. Not icky umidentified smoke, but like warm pipe tobacco and chimney smoke all rolled into one. I personally have no intention of reading the rest of the series having disliked this one, though. It was so easy, so authentic being with him.
Now, about that Bernese Mountain dog. Both of them are fucking crazy.
The Unidentified Redhead — Alice Clayton
Johnson rated it it was amazing Aug 06, I mean like, my absolute favorite band? Though Jack isn’t the typical broody alpha male I usually go for, he was still pretty alpha in bed, and lots of fun, with the endurance of a 24 year old though she had that too. Wait until you read book 2. Final thought – If you need a fun book to shake yourself out of a inidentified and won’t mind a couple of hyper personalities and humor at every turn even when you’re not necessarily wanting it, I’d say that Unidentified Redhead would probably be a great fit.
Book Review – The Unidentified Redhead by Alice Clayton
Don’t you want to have the sex? The male main character was not “perfect” like many of them tend to be. There is no humor and I did not like the writing. He starts chatting her up the very moment he sees her. I Tge how they call each other dillweed or asshead.
Why should only the emotional books be given 5 stars.
The Unidentified Redhead
I was able to put it down, sleep without obsessing, and pick it back up to finish, this morning. Successful in her alternate career, Grace knows she is not complete without the theater. I think the best word I can come up unidetnified to describe The Unidentified Redhead is try-hard. I was puzzled at times, but all good. Only problem is he is only 24 and a hot commodity.
I know The Unidentified Redhead is the first installment on a series of three books, but this particular book has no resolution. She is the funniest character I’ve ever come across in a book! Gives it a real feel.
There were times that things were a bit much, nicknames were overused, crazy exaggerations will power of champions, anyone? And on the floor with a man. I never want to read it again. 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. The chemistry between Grace and Jack was undeniable, even from the very beginning when they first laid eyes on each other.
Is this supposed to be funny? They are just so good together, they get each other, make each alixe laugh and their sexual chemistry is off the charts – there is LOTS and LOTS of sexy time for these two. You feel like uhidentified truly like each other with more than just the Okay before I even start this See all 3 questions about The Unidentified Redhead…. Alice Clayton is a novelist with an unholy love for her KitchenAid mixer.
The Unidentified Redhead — All About Romance
Besides, Jack is poised to be the newest Hollywood It Guy when the movie he filmed, based on a hugely successful fiction franchise, is released in a few short months.
Really, the entire thing reads like a woman in her 30’s with a Peter Pan complex decided to publish her Robert Pattinson fantasy. He closed his eyes and tilted his face to the sky. I would highly recommend The Unidentified Redhead!
Well, as I said there was a lot of sex, but the characters didn’t really move more than a few steps forward in life from where they were at the beginning of the book – Jack is still the same year-old, hot new thing in Hollywood and Grace is the same year-old looking for her second chance in the industry after a decade away ‘getting her shit together’.
I like lighter romances with humor, but this is so over the top it feels silly, wacky and juvenile. I like how Grace was able to calm her jealous or irrational thoughts by reminding herself of how great a man Jack was and how much he cared for her.
There really is no drama for the sake of drama, no stupid, no lies. Kind of simple really in his perfection, lacking. Nothing goes quite right for Grace, but Jack is right there through it all laughing and teasing, making it all better and adding to the fun.
They were rolling around in the sand, just because Grace is crazy enough to do so, they have their first earth shattering kiss. The dialogue was so snappy and hilarious.