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Posted by on Nov 20, 2011 in Books and Movies | 0 comments

Sliding Into Home by Kendra Wilkinson

Boy is it a good thing that I have my readers to blame for reading the most embarrassing cheesey books ever that no one in their right mind would ever read…..except if they were reviewing books for a blog….right? Geeze, that is a relief! So now that we have made it clear I ONLY read high-profile books of interest for my readers….I can discuss one of my most recent reads…Sliding Into Home by Kendra Wilkinson.

Okay, the truth is that I read super dry psychology books all of the time for school. I love the great classics, but when I am diving head first into ten page papers and scholarly journals about experiments in behavioral psychology, I really need a break if I want to read! I kind of want to be able to shut my brain off and read for a bit, and Kendra Wilkinson lets me do just that! In the grand scheme of celebrity trash-memoirs, this one is pretty good!

I feel like the Playboy Mansion is such a mysterious weirdo hott mess, that I kind of really wanted to find out what goes on there!!! Kendra dishes on all of the details, everything that goes on in Hugh Hefner’s bedroom, and just how fake the Girl’s Next Door was. She talks about her relationship with Holly and Bridget. Of course it is still a biography, and talks about Kendra before the mansion, but even that is pretty interesting, she was a crazy chick!

Her relationship with Hank is very sweet, and it was nice to see how it all happened. In the book she also sounds much more intelligent than she looks on tv. It’s probably a combination of her co-author making her look very smart, and tv making her look very dumb, i’m sure she is somewhere in between.

It’s definitely more of a beach read, or, if you’re a college student like me whose mind is turning to mush, it could be a mid semester read!

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