Grace’s star is on the rise with a new TV series, but then the director asks her to lose fifteen pounds. When she goes public with her struggles with weight, she suddenly develops a huge fan club of people who are happy to see a curvy actress speak up, and she becomes a flashpoint in society’s ongoing conversation about what’s beautiful and what Hollywood’s responsibility is to portray women of all shapes and sizes.
Meanwhile, Jack is voted the Sexiest Man Alive and becomes a little too enamored with the star lifestyle. But while he can have anything he wants, he can’t have the one thing he really needs: a public relationship with Grace, which his manager says will hurt his career. When Jack begins to spiral downward into parties, booze, and Hollywood brat behavior, it’s time for Grace to set him straight—and maybe dare to walk the red carpet together, hand in hand.
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I read this third installment in one day, that's how good it is. Alice Clayton has done it again. She is becoming my favorite author. Love her witty and charming characters. Great ending to Grace and Jack's story.
The Redhead made herself popular in Hollywood while maintaining a professional image.
I don't feel like this Redhead series warranted 3 books. It could have been summed up in one book. The same irritating nicknames are used. The same sexual encounters are addressed. The same lifestyle being lived. Not the direction I was hoping for in this story.
Double standards of Hollywood present themselves to Jack and Grace. The pressure of the industry is causing problems for Jack and Grace.
This is why I don't read gossip magazines, it makes people crazy. I've never understood a fans obsession to stalk a celebrity. Labels of celebrity status are not something I focus on. It's people doing their job for our entertainment. Having a hard time reading this story due to the turn of events regarding crazy stalker fans, partying, lies, and paparazzi.
It's horrible that once Jack started to deconstruct or have a meltdown is when the story became interesting. I guess I'm drawn to the life of chaos. It was a far better read than the first two, but it still took too long to reach its conclusion.
I LOVE all of Alice's books, but the redhead series I'm obsessed with. I can't get enough of her witty and funny writing. I absolutely pray that she gives us more to George and Gracie's story. Please?!