An uncensored Hollywood tell-all filled with explicit tales of love, sex, and revenge from the video vixen made famous by Warrant’s rock anthem “Cherry Pie.”
Who could forget the sexy “Cherry Pie” girl from hair metal band Warrant’s infamous music video? Bobbie Brown became a bona fide vixen for her playful role as the object of lead singer Jani Lane’s desires. But the wide-eyed Louisiana beauty queen’s own dreams of making it big in Los Angeles were about to be derailed by her rock-and-roll lifestyle. After her tumultuous marriage to Jani imploded, and her engagement to fast-living Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee ended in a drug haze—followed by his marriage later to Pamela Anderson—Bobbie decided it was time Hollywood’s hottest bachelors got a taste of their own medicine. Step one: get high. Step two: get even.
In a captivating, completely uncensored confessional, Bobbie explicitly recounts a life among some of the most famous men in Hollywood: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kevin Costner, Mark McGrath, Dave Navarro, Sebastian Bach, Ashley Hamilton, Rob Pilatus of Milli Vanilli, Matthew and Gunnar Nelson, Orgy’s Jay Gordon, and many more. No man was off limits as the fun-loving bombshell spiraled into excess, anger, and addiction.
Bobbie survived the party—barely—and her riveting, cautionary comeback tale is filled with the wildest stories of sex, drugs, and rock and roll ever told.
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It’s a great book to read and to learn a little dirt on people but to also understand that even rock n roll isn’t that glamorous behind the scenes. It’s just people trying to live their lives and be real even in the surreal life of LA. I remember Bobbie and thought she was so cool.. there is a genuine soul there and I loved reading this book about her life.
Very honest book
If you are looking for a book that is honest, detailed and gritty about a girl who dated many famous rock stars, this is the book for you. Bobbie Brown holds nothing back, she completely puts herself out there for the world to read. This is a refreshing tell all book, refreshing in that she portrays not only the good times in her life but also the bad and while she tells her to opinions of the people that have come into her life she also gives great detail, true judgment and self awareness of her own ups and downs.
Once you start reading this, you can't stop. This made me laugh, cry, get angry, and finally be grateful. Glad in the end, at least, things work out.