This titillating expose chronicles the personal and professional adventures of this tabloid-laden socialite, dispelling some rumors, while confirming others. Diaries unveils the heavily shrouded Hollywood backrooms and its coveted secrets. Offering her ardent fans answers to burning questions and presenting lessons learned, this book will surely not disappoint.
Karrine Steffans continues to dish out juicy gossip and the much sought after details of her star studded lifestyle and the celebrity men that helped her get where she needed to be.
Karrine draws you in to get an up-close and personal look at the Hollywood life of fast money and sex; all the things that make for a great movie. She discusses her interactions with people after the release of Confessions of a Video Vixen and how she copes with it all.
A pretty solid read. It’s clear she has matured more in this book. I appreciate reading about the growth.45
I’ve read this book more than once and learn something new each time.55
Yes she is doing THD her time she was going I don’t gxhh good day to you pick me your mom will be at home and she even bring me was that good night to be with when everything is working week for her wedding day and I have no one else to be there at the night and then I’m going to ask y’all if she can pick me we can even get together early e you are not going good at this moment you have a great time to call me and I y I yi was your birthday party at this we eeieuuiw here is the wedding even if we ey was a e to be e to be o but the food and the food is good yeiieeu is a great yields we have a good time to and eat and we are always going weirdly good we are here going Erick ris eooee is our time we ieywiwieu o you have a good time with your mom eyebrows are even more beautiful or ieie was a e ieoeoieiiiieiwshwdhhzfb was your birthday party and Europe is out there and we will have understanding the other kids day women and the entire eieyneighborhood even to ithe know r to be able for a great day to o yes we are going to be a good morning to you pick it out and I get home to you pick it off and you get to see expensive than everyone else you are eeee we45
She let a few secrets out BUT I think the shade she got from her first book really made her critical of what she wrote this time around. It was definitely a 3 out of 5 but it could've been better!35
As I was reading this book, I couldn't help but feel worried for her sanity. I have read this one, confessions of a video vixen, and how to love a Martian and it seems like she feels lost without a man in her life. My goodness, I pray for her for she claims she is okay on her own but she goes out and tries to find security in any man that comes her way. She's very judge-y with each person she comes across, and that made me feel uncomfortable. I feel like she is using names to lift her higher up on the celebrity pedestal. Goodness gracious girl. Talk about freeloading off of other's success.25
This book wasn't as juicy as the first book. It seemed as if Karrine matured since the last book which I can appreciate, however, I still would've wanted some jaw dropping stories to keep my attention. I also think the chapters are too short. It's like 7 pages per chapter often wondered why her book was formatted like that. I want to read the first one again just for the shock value!35
Despite the way, Karrine Stephans has made the 'it girl' name for herself... The honesty, rawness, and emotion has made the book a wonderful read that I couldn't put down for two days. In several hours, I went from a cynical skeptic who felt like 'Supahead' was some pathetic girl who was just looking for a dollar.... to a empathic sister girlfriend who feels the pain of a 'almost defeated' woman who did what she needed to do to survive. Yes, all of it could be complete and utter b$&sh@! ...but Hey the reading journey was a memorable one.55
So I don't really anow where to start; of course I was reading this book as a follow-up to Confessions as every other reader was. I, ain no way, felt that this book would compare and of course it lived up to my expectations. There was a lot of redundancy and a plight to try and expose herself as a "simple woman", however it was not successful. I found myself fighting between what she wanted to as and who she really was in ts book. There was little mention of her son and how she has taken care of him, and way too many men still running in and out of her life. Granted, this is my opinion and it doesn't really mean much, but I think there is a lot more to this story and some gas that need to be filled. The best portion was her letter to Papa in which she revealed who he was which is astonishing to say the least. I would have never guessed it was Method Man and I'm still shocked. I will continue to read any books she releases, I expect great things from her.35