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Best audiobooks in English. Which she does. But the career she loves and the endurance races that keep her adrenaline pumping have kept her too busy to put down any roots. Alice Clayton. Buns 1 of 4. Buns 2 of 4.

With Holly's perfect golden hair, fantastic figure, and stylish sensibility, she was asked all the time why she was working behind the scenes rather than in front of the camera. The girl was a knockout.

But she always laughed and said, "It's just not for me," and then worked harder than everyone else. I loved L. I'd moved in with Holly, started taking acting classes, and worked at the agency with her, while waiting tables at night in a restaurant in Santa Monica.

I really felt like I was living the Hollywood lifestyle I'd been dreaming of since I could remember. After about six months, Holly convinced her boss that I should come in for a reading and be considered for representation.

I was prepared, I read well, my headshots were flawless. And waited. And then waited some more. Finally, they agreed to take me on if Holly agreed to sign me personally as my sole representation. She began sending me out on auditions. I auditioned all over that town, and I was damn good.

But so was everyone else. I didn't book a single job. What they don't tell you when you grow up in the Midwest, light-years away from L. We all think we're the prettiest, we all think we're special, we all think we are the only one who truly has what it takes. We all think our talent is genuine and true, we all think we have something to share with the world, and we all can't understand why we aren't booking jobs all the time.

The thing is, in L. You can't just have a good bod, because everyone else is nipped and tucked in places you don't even want to dream of. You can't just giggle and toss your hair and be the punch line, because someone else already has that job sewn up. For all the people who move to L.

I became one of those sad sacks-I only lasted in Los Angeles for eighteen months. I limped away, feeling like a failure for the first time in my life. I let the city and the industry beat me. But now I was back. It had taken me ten years to make it back, and this time I wasn't going anywhere. Holly was having a party at her house to celebrate the launch of her new management company and had invited her close friends and several of the actors and actresses she represented.

She had recently left a very high-profile position with a major agency. A few of her clients had chosen to stay with the other agency, but she was so good at crafting a career, particularly with fresh new talent, that many had followed her. Since I'd moved back to L. She'd done very well for herself and had a great house off Mulholland Drive with a view of the city below.

Which brings us to the illegal jeans. As a thirty-three-year-old with some preexisting body image issues, I was trying to get into the mind-set I would need to navigate this party in this particular pair of jeans. I had matched the illegal jeans with a fairly conservative turquoise, cowl-neck tank top and slid my feet into some very nice peep-toe sling-backs. I had great toe cleavage. I was wearing my hair down, which I rarely do, but Holly had banned all my ponytail holders this evening.

We had gone that afternoon to get our hair done, and my red hair was a mass of soft curls. That stylist really earned his money, and even I had to admit the curls were shampoo-commercial-worthy. The party was in full swing, and everyone was having a great time. Because Holly only took on talent she truly wanted to invest herself in, they became her close friends as well. They were always at the house, and her circle had become my circle.

Feldman is way hotter than Haim. He'd become one of my friends and could always be counted on as a good wingman at a party. Tonight we were knee-deep in the dirty martinis. Extra dirty. He was waiting for an actor to arrive whom Holly had recently begun to represent, an actor who apparently was poised to be the next big thing. I had yet to meet him, although Nick had admitted he was, and I quote, "yummy, scrumptious.

But no one holds a candle to my Lucas. We had recently gotten into a similar discussion about Steve Carell versus Ricky Gervais, and it didn't end well.

Someone got scratched. I heard a snicker behind me and a British voice said, "I think you've gotta give the edge to Haim, if only for getting to kiss Heather Graham. I could feel my face redden instantly. Holly had a picture of this guy on her computer and had been referring to him as "Super-Sexy Scientist Guy" for the last month. This was her new client-the next big thing. He had the lead in a movie slated for a fall release that was already generating big buzz in town.

I didn't know much about the movie, but I knew that Holly was very excited to be representing him. Super-Sexy Scientist Guy gave me a confused and somewhat sheepish grin. Did he know how hot that grin was? Oh yeah, he totally knew.

I'm Nick. I saw you in your movie Her Better Half.

Loved it! I also saw your pictures in Entertainment Weekly. Are you living here in L. Are you excited for Time to come out? Wow, you're pretty. I watched as Jack's face changed from surprise to confusion, then moved on to wonder and finally barely contained laughter. I giggled and began to extricate Nick's hand from Jack's. You can tell Jack he's pretty all night long, but you don't want to shock and awe him in the first five minutes.

It's nice to meet you. Now that my surprised blinders were off, I saw a tall, lean young man who was almost a foot taller than me. He was wearing faded jeans, a black T-shirt with a gray zip-up jacket, and oh my, were those Doc Martens?

He had on an old gray baseball cap and a few days' worth of scruff that was definitely working for him. He seemed very comfortable in his skin, which, for a second, I imagined pressed up against mine in a tight embrace. The guy looks young enough to be your kid, Grace. Yes, but only if I'd really slutted it up in junior high. I shook my head to clear it a little and saw Holly working her way across the kitchen to greet Jack.

How're you tonight? I've just been meeting Grace and, uh, Nick, was it? I snorted and Jack winked at me mischievously. And Nick, well, Nick is necessary," she said teasingly. Nick feigned annoyance and responded, "Bitch, please. Where are you gonna find another man who will take you to see New Kids on the Block?

And go along with the lie that it was work related? Holly was the biggest closet New Kids fan around. I was one of the very few who knew this secret, maybe because I shared it. If Joey Joe were here right now, I'd break him. I have no shame," I said, drinking the rest of my martini. Jack leaned over and whispered to me loudly enough for Holly to hear, "Is that why she's been trying to get me an audition for Donnie's next film? Should I be concerned?

Wow, they were intense.

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Dark emerald green with flecks of gold. This guy must get so much play. I leaned closer to him and said quietly, "You only need to worry if she asks you to dance for her. Watch out for that.

I need Jack to meet a few people. I'll deal with you two later. Is that the hottie you've been raving about all night?

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I saw the way you checked him out," he said, fanning himself. I wanted to play it cool when I saw him, but I couldn't make myself shut up! Did I actually tell him he was pretty? The Unidentified Redhead 5 of 6. The Unidentified Redhead 6 of 6. Alice Clayton - The Unidentified Redhead.

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