Okay look…I can’t explain why I picked this one up. I had zero interest in Tori Spelling, her career, or anything that’s ever happened to her. I bought this at a thrift store because I like to read incredibly random biographies now. And this took the cake on random because I had never really given Tori Spelling a second thought.
BUT…I’m glad I read this.
I genuinely enjoyed this autobiography!
She was funny, self deprecating, and (felt like) completely honest about her love life, career, and relationship with her parents. She totally realized that she was a product of nepotism in her career and tried to steer away from it and work on her own without the help of her dad. (An exception would be 90210, but she auditioned and worked hard to get that role.)
I’m looking forward to reading more of her work because she’s actually incredibly funny.
This was a great summer read, it was quick, light, and made me feel like she was talking directly to me over a glass of mojitos.
And I don’t even drink mojitos.