The Redhead Plays Her Hand : The Redhead

  • by Alice Clayton
  • Narrated by Keili Lefkovitz
  • Series: The Redhead
  • 6 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

It's getting hot (and heavy) in Hollywood!
Grace Sheridan is flying high. With scorching passion from her gorgeous Brit superstar Jack Hamilton plus the lead role in a new television dramedy, she could just pinch herself. Then a demand from her show's directors to drop fifteen pounds brings her back down to earth with a thump. Forced to subsist on air, cucumbers, and boot camp, Grace wonders if the body that brings the newly crowned "Sexiest Man Alive" to his knees is just too booty-licious for Hollywood. Jack, meanwhile, seems overly enamored of the celebrity lifestyle. Forbidden by his publicity-conscious manager to reveal his relationship with Grace, he's hitting the industry party scene way too hard.
As Grace's bod incites fiery debate about the message of "thin is in," Jack's jealous fans are downing the hate-erade, viciously slamming her curves. Grace longs for Jack's support, but he's showing up late and disheveled to her most important moments. With tempers between them flaring, Hollywood's most talked-about redhead might have more to lose than a few stubborn pounds. She and Jack were clearly made for each other - but will the day ever come when they can walk the red carpet together, hand in hand?

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Foolish Choices

I can't say who was more foolish: Grace for wasting her time with boy toy Jack or me for buying all 3 books in this series before starting a long road trip. I spent a lot of time hitting the fast forward button, hoping in vain for the good part that never happened.
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- Rusty

Everyone Sounds The Same!!

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

I am torn, as I am a fan of Alice Clayton's Redhead series, but the performance of the audiobooks are missing something.


What was one of the most memorable moments of The Redhead Plays Her Hand?

The ending was pretty epic.


Did Keili Lefkovitz do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?

Kelli was great as the main character, but all of the other characters sounded just like her. The main man was British, but in the story he sounded just like Grace. I am spoiled by readers who do accents I guess....


Any additional comments?

Grace was great, I wish that the other characters' personalities came through as well in the audiobook series.

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- D. E. Neves

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-17-2013
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio