On the heels of her New York Times best-selling book Drinking and Tweeting, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville takes readers on a wild ride through her dating life in this highly entertaining relationship book.
Drinking and Dating chronicles Glanville’s misadventures stumbling through today’s dating world. From social media blunders to bedroom escapades, Brandi withholds nothing. Each chapter is inspired by a relationship encounter she has had since her sensational divorce from actor Eddie Cibrian. Hilarious, surprising, vulnerable, and outspoken, Glanville’s unexpected take on dating after heartbreak - and life in general - is as unique as she is. Just like Brandi herself, Drinking and Dating is sexy, funny, and eyebrow-raising.
©2014 Brandi Glanville (P)2014 HarperCollinsPublishers
I usually enjoy the authors outspoken daring attitude but this book was not fun and although I can relate to being betrayed she needs to not include the country singer in her books so much. No need to give these people validation. It almost seemed like a grown person trying to hard to be "cool" and how she slept with half of LA. Didn't enjoy it.
Less "hashtag" moments.
Less hashtags and not so many f words
By this author.
She is a terrible writer. The reason this book is on the New York list is because she is a housewife.
No I wish I had never listen to it.
It is to bad that good writers can not get published yet some like Brandia can. The book is garbage.
I used to think perfection was something hard to attain. But we have proven, in our own San Fernando Valley that we know how to live a perfectly idiotic, perfectly empty life – and then we know how to brag about it. As this book proves.
America became a child-centered society – where the children were the center of the family – and assumed the rest of the world (including their parents) existed only to please them.
I watched this in amazement – and could have sworn I heard the parents telling their children “Do not be anything!” Whether they said this or not – this is what their children became – nothing. To the complete satisfaction of their parents.
I am a Brandi fan, but listening to this book was like nails on a chalkboard. I give her props for narrating it herself but could possibly have stomached it a little longer if someone else had done it for her. She has a "lithp" that gets a pretty irratating, but moreso are her frequent odddly timed pauses. The non stop hashtags were the icing on the cake. I can't even stand them on-line, let alone hearing them be read by Brandi.
I guess I shouldn't be surprised by the actual storyline, afterall, this is someone famous simply for being on a reality tv show, however, I thought she'd be more... "real". She is supposed to be known for her "take me as I am" attitude but in myopinion she just came accross conceited, materialistic and incredible arrogant. I am officially on team Leanne from here on out.
NEVER in a million years. I may not even be able to watch RHOBH anymore.
All of them. I hope no one is actually reading this book thinking they will take anything other than low self esteem away from it. And maybe how to play games with men.
If you really want to read this book, I suggest doing just that... read it. Because listening was completely maddening. I bought this thinking it would be a good distraction during my commute to work on a train. Wrong. All it did was make me want to pull my hair out. I finally gave up after making it about half way through.
Brandi- Love you girl, but narrating is not your cup of tea.
She sounded like a valley girl with her hashtag comment every 5 words. She also sounds like she was drinking while reading. Not work a penny!
So many things. Its just light fun reading but its ver gossipy and cringeworthy at times.
No. This was enough.
No, she was actually pretty good beside the small lisp I never noticed before.
Some incidents that her children (and the world) are better off not knowing.
I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone.
I haven't read the first but the second was fantastic. I'm disappointed there's no audible version of the Drinking and Tweeting. The delivery here was a huge part of why I enjoyed the book.
This book was horrible! so disappointed I wasted money on it. Brandy's story was not interesting in the slightest bit. The use of the word hash tag and emoji every other sentence irritated me to no end and having to hear her voice made the experience even worse. I would NEVER buy any of her books AGAIN!!! I would definitely suggest anyone considering buying this book to NOT!!!
Anyone other than her would have been 100 times batter!
Horrible. This book was absolutely horrible I could not even get halfway through it. A waste of money.
I really enjoyed this book but at the same time i also really feel like Brandi is immature. The one thing that really bugged me was when ever she would say "hashtag" whatever. Overall the book did have good advise from lessons learned
"So funny you'll pee your pants!"
Can't as it's an autobiography type and for entertainment value, you wouldn't need to anyway!
The parts about dating after divorce
Brandis hilarious blunders / it's divorce not cancer!
Brandi is so funny and I would say every woman and most men will relate to her story, filter free as always she's bloomin hilarious 😂
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