Disclosure: I received this book for free from NetGalley in return for a honest review.
I love reading memoirs and biographies. Famous people, people with interesting life stories, people who have done something. I especially love reading about strong women who have gone out there and done amazing things. This? This was not one of them. This read like a vanity project of a woman who thought she had an interesting life and wanted to share the lessons she’s learned. It was too long, written like she was still living this life, instead of looking back on it. There are the makings of an interesting memoir in here, but it’s just not happening.
To sum up my review: