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The Unidentified Redhead was well written, entertaining, witty, laugh-out-loud, totally HOT, SEXY book! I would categorize this book between LOL Chicklit & Contemporary Erotica. Basically, this story is about a woman Grace Sheridan (nickname: Crazy) who returns to Los Angeles for a second opportunity in the entertainment industry. She rooms with her best friend Holly, who manages a talent agency. Grace meets the up in coming Hollywood actor named Jack Hamilton (nickname: sweet nuts) at a launch party. They hit it off right away and realize the can't deny the extreme attraction. The bantor between them was absolute perfection! I loved that the relationship between Grace & Jack really "built" itself. They are a match made in heaven. Although, Grace really has a problem with the 9 year age difference.She starts to gain confidence thru out the book which was great. I appreciated how committed they were to each other! There was some major SEXY times between those two! They pretty much had SEXY time in the car, wall, shower, against the door bell, bed, closet, bathtub, hotel room, and the list keeps going!!! If your looking for a fun sexy read than I would strongly recommend this book by Alice Clayton. She just has the ability to suck you right into her books. Also, if you like this book than you should definitely try her other book called "Wallbanger". In fact, I have a special place in my heart for that book.
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Glad I listened to Wallbanger first, but then again, maybe that set me up for disappointment with this AC book. In fairness, I thought the story was good enough and believe that it would have came across much better with a different narrator.
Here's my opinion why:
1 - If the premise of the male character is his "hot" British accent, how about at least TRYING to audio a British accent. Not only was this missing, there wasn't even an attempt at a MALE accent. Some of the "steamy" scenes seemed like I was listening to a lesbian couple ("not that there is anything wrong with that") In fact.. all characters were read in the same voice.
2 - The comedic narrative seemed RUSHED and FORCED. Since all the voices were the same, some of the "one liners" blended into the other characters narrative and the quip was lost.
If you are deciding between the two books offered by Alice Clayton at this time, I recommend you use your credit on Wallbanger. This one is best read instead of audio.
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