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?
©2013 Alice Clayton (P)2013 Simon & Schuster Audio
Heartbreaking, romantic and FINALLY :)
She is amazing and really brings the books to life! I actually prefer this series in audio rather than reading because the narration is the best.
I laughed and cried..
Great series performed by a great narrator
"A good book is the best contentment has"
how the series is really about the relationship and the plot centers around the characters. You can really see how these two would be attracted to each other and why their relationship is special
it was smart, funny and well written, but it wasn't fluffy. It had real emotion and real challenges for the couple
she has a great voice, she delivers jokes well, you can feel the characters excitement, happiness and sadness by the way she delivers their lines. she is great.
the whole book was moving...
great series. great writing. great narration.
Although I resisted reading this series because of the Hollywood connection--a story of famous actors didn't really appeal to me, I did enjoy it, mostly because of the humor.
The reader gave a fine performance, but I love hearing a British accent, and as that was a featured part of the story, it would have been nice had they chosen someone who could have provided that color as well.
The narrator, Keili Lefkovitz, captures of persona of Gracie. She had great timing and made the main character come alive.
This is a great book in a great series. It was totally worth purchasing and its now on my re-read/re-listen list.
What a fantastic beautiful ending to this series. I really enjoyed all three books, the characters, the storyline, the sex, anticipation of how it would end. Very enjoyable such a good feel good romance.
I will recommend this series to everyone! I loved the passion, emotions and realness of it all. WOW is the best I can say!
Lover of bicycles, Lomos, and old Mercedes diesel
I am torn, as I am a fan of Alice Clayton's Redhead series, but the performance of the audiobooks are missing something.
The ending was pretty epic.
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....
Grace was great, I wish that the other characters' personalities came through as well in the audiobook series.
This is may favorite Redhead book! I was really concerned about Jack for awhile there. I hated seeing that side of him, but was glad Grace could pull him through it!
I have always enjoyed the humor in these books, but this one also took on the serious subjects of weight, alcohol and drug abuse. I applause you Alice Clayton!
Psychologist and writer who looks for inspiration and escape in witty tales and perplexing mysteries.
Yes, it is a great pick me up.
Grace of course - girl next door makes good
When Grace decided Jack was more important than the safety of anonymity.
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