I first heard about this book when Jenny McCarthy was on Oprah in early 2011. While Jenny was on the show promoting this book and sharing insights about her break up with Jim Carey, she defiantly sold me on the idea of buying and reading it. I waited until this book was in paper-back because I did not want to spend that much money on a hard-cover. I ended up looking it up here and buying it on audio instead – REALLY LOOKING FORWARD TO IT – since it had been months since I wanted to read it. Well, Jenny McCarthy did not narrate this book – which infuriates me because it’s a memoir!!! Why can’t you audio your own book if it’s a memoir!!! So that bugged me. Also, some of the content was random and useless. Obviously it’s funny, but I would only recommend this book if it was free – or really cheap.
I really enjoyed this book, and am a big fan of anything that normalizes sexuality and gets people talking. For instance, all the girls in my office shared this book and giggled about it. I had a print copy first, and I picked it up and couldn't put it down. The only thing I would criticize is that not all of her sexuality information is 100% correct, but she doesn't claim to be. This is her experience and her opinion, so it added to the charm. Read it, listen to it!
There were few good parts but mostly I had a feeling she was all over the place with stories that are unrelated like the horoscope chapter. Disappointing :(
it sounded all jumbled up
disappointment ,not what I thought it would be
did not like