THE UNIDENTIFIED REDHEAD
The Unidentified Redhead is a funny, madcap, sexy romantic contemporary that will have you reading well into the night. In this fast-paced story about an older woman and a younger man who embark on a relationship, Clayton provides a realistic look at love and relationships in Tinseltown. It’s well written, in a conversational style, and the scorching love scenes are engrossing — never crossing into the unbelievable. Filled with plenty of humor, sarcasm and well-developed characters, this one will have you laughing till the end.
Grace Sheridan is a 33-year-old woman, back in Los Angeles for a second chance at becoming an actress. With her best friend Holly at her side, she can’t fail. When she becomes involved with Hollywood’s newest “It” star, 24-year-old Brit Jack Hamilton, she begins to have some serious doubts about herself, her career and her life. Can she have it all? Or will Grace have to choose between her career and the man she is coming to love? (GALLERY, Oct., 352 pp., $16.00)