This is a spicey and naughty read about the sex lives of many of your favorite Hollywood stars and the hookers (whom authored this book) they spend time with. No details are spared in this book on the naughty sex lives of celebs such as Jack Nicholson, Vanna White (bi-tendancies), the late John Ritter, Sly Stallone, etc. You won't want to put this book down. LOL
Hollywood sexual tell-all. Tells the X-rated true stories of 4 women. This is a behind the scenes look at the dark, secret and erogenous word of Hollywood's elite from se, drugs, rock and roll to slavery. Good read.
The book is an intimate behind the scenes look at Hollywood's users and abusers. It's a story of sexual obsession and reveals how young girls can get caught up on drugs and servicing Hollywood stars. It's something we've all heard about that happens and is nothing new. It's shocking and I didn't like it.......however, could hardly put it down.
A true story about 4 call girls in Hollywood. It's a tell all book about the famous men and women these women slept with. This book absolutely amazed me!!! I couldnt put it down, i read it in one night.
Very dishy, sexy book. Fast read, because of the smut!
Wild, graphic, sometimes funny, ultimately sad -- this is the book that had Hollywood hiding behind closed doors and "no comment". Four beautiful young women tell the stories of the famous, the sexy, the rich, and the sadistic.
Fun to read, although the fact that they end each testimony with a "moral" is laughable. ("I just want to warn other beautiful girls like me about the life...")Kiss and tell...you almost feel dirty just reading it!
Lorenzo Lamas dumps you; Jack Wagner is self absorbed and doesn't call you in 30 days. Petty stories like this are lumped along side harrowing tales involving human sex trafficking and the OJ Simpson/Nicole Brown saga. Such apples-to-oranges comparisons tend to cheapen an otherwise tragic set of mini memiors. Even the most average of men become abusive sadists in the eyes of the narrators of You'll Never Make Love in This Town Again. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned? Indeed.
This is an appalling book -- not that it's been published, or that it has strong material in it, but because it shows the devastation in the lives of these girls who believe in the myth of stardom but find that their dreams won't come true. Searching for a chance at a movie career, instead they sink into a morass of drugs and paid sex. Their only contact with the stars is with bored rich guys who pay them to come over, do things they probably wouldn't do for fun themselves, and then go away again without making trouble. They are the silent detritus of the American Dream. These are cautionary tales of the current age.
This was a gift for a man that worked on the case.