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The Unidentified Redhead

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When Grace Sheridan returns to Los Angeles to become a working actor, it's a second shot at a life-long dream. With some help from her best friend and agent, that dream could become a reality, but at thirty-three, has Grace missed her chance at the big time? Will an unexpected sizzling romance with the entertainment industry's newest 'it' boy shine an uncomfortable spotlight on her life?



  • I was initially undecided about Keili Lefkovitz's narration. However, once I accepted the fact that she didn't attempt to alter her voice for the various characters or Jack's British accent, I grew to love her performance in The Unidentified Redhead. Normally, this would have bothered me, but Keili's voice truly matched the overall tone of the novel. The Unidentified Redhead is a delightful and captivating audiobook that doesn't require much brainpower. It's filled with humor, sass, and plenty of steamy moments. I haven't laughed or smiled this much while listening to a romance novel in a long time. In fact, I even received some strange looks from people at the gym when I burst out laughing on the elliptical machine.
  • I absolutely loved this book, although it's part of the Redhead series, which revolves around the lives of Grace and Jack. Now I'm compelled to read all the books in the series to uncover what happens next! The ending left me hanging with suspense... Grace lands a job that requires her to move, while Jack is an aspiring movie star who must remain in Hollywood. Can their fresh relationship, with its significant age difference, survive the distance? Especially considering how desirable he is? I'm definitely eager to read more and discover the outcome! This book is fantastic - the story is incredibly adorable throughout, until we reach the end and are left craving the next installment. The narrator is just okay... She doesn't even try to modify her voice for different characters. Sometimes, she even raises her tone while delivering Jack's lines, making it difficult to discern which characters are speaking! It would be much better if there were alternating perspectives or a different narrator, in my opinion. Alternatively, even a slight attempt to lower her pitch when a male character is speaking would have been an improvement... The narrator plays a significant role for me (I've been using this service for 11 years now)!
  • The narration was absolutely fantastic, although I personally believe it would have been even more amazing if it had been done by Shane East or if the narrator had utilized his talents.
  • I had a good time reading the book, but I was taken aback by the absence of a proper conclusion. It didn't become my top pick, even though I still gave it a solid four-star rating.
  • I'm so excited for the next installment, this book was such a blast. Easily my top pick from Alice Clayton thus far. It's the kind of read that keeps you hooked and reluctant to stop. I can't recommend it enough.