It's never a happy story when a couple breaks up, but sometimes it just has to happen. Apparently that's the case with Holly Madison and her rocker Jack Barakat, who have split, and it seems to have happened amicably. So I tend to believe her, even if it is more of her perception.
This one didn't pack as m I love Holly Madison, and I was so excited about this sequel to Down the Rabbit Hole.
Holly realizes that her journey to self-sufficiency is also her path to healing. I don't know what I expected, but all this seemed to do was take some of her last book ( Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny ) and re-write it again. At least, not interesting enough to require a whole book.
She finally gains the courage to confront her past--and in the process finds the life and love she deserves. There were a few bits that were funny enough to make me laugh, but in general... Once again I am a sucker for someone that can fall to the rock bottom and pick themselves up and come out on top.
Madison's first book, Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny, was actually enlightening and interesting.
The writing was rough making Madison come across really whiny and with the disclaimer in the front, I don't know who/what was real or not.