Published by Simon and Schuster on December 17th 2013
Genres: Romance, Contemporary
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Also in this series: The Unidentified Redhead, The Redhead Revealed
Also by this author: The Unidentified Redhead, Nuts
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.
5 Reasons to read The Redhead Plays Her Hand
- Grace is amazing as always. Things are looking up for her, and she has to get used to spotlight
- Jack… well, he’s Jack of course. But there are definitely times when you want to knock some sense into the man.
- The friendships. Seriously. This group of friends is phenomenal. They call each other on their crap, and are there for each other when they need to be.
- The romance. When Jack and Grace are together the sparks fly. It’s one of the reasons I love them so much. The chemistry is awesome.
- Perspective. This book really brings out the realization that shit can happen, and sometimes you just need to put in a little extra work in order to achieve whatever it is you want.
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