The Unidentified Redhead  - Alice Clayton
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This book was so funny.  I loved Grace.  She's a hoot.  She very rarely takes herself too seriously, and has an awesome sense of humor.  She struggles with her emotions as she begins falling for a younger guy.  I felt like her fears and concerns were real.  I'm sure many people who date younger than them have these feelings.  And can I just say how much I adore Jack.  He's hilarious, sweet, and very down to earth.

There are so many funny scenes, and you can see how well these two work together.  I like that Grace doesn't define herself as just an aspiring actress.  She works and if the role comes along, great!  Her friends are pretty amazing, and share her sense of humor.  I think that's so important in anything really.

There are lots of times of doubt, but those are quickly put away with fun and hot sexy times moments.

Even though the narrator wasn't my favorite, she did a great job of bringing the characters to life.  I just wish the difference in which character was speaking was done a little better.  Sometimes I felt like I was a little lost on who was doing the talking.