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Fun, irreverent at times, juicy. I wanted to read the sequel to Once Upon A Time, which is a better book. But this one is quick and easy and if you are interested in Gloria... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Anna
Gloria's sad childhood had so much influence on her constant looking for love.
It seemed to be her purpose for living even with all her creative talents and beauty.
First few chapters were good, then she decided to write an advice book, then back to her affairs. Very scattered.Published 10 months ago by maine Shopper
I loved this book! I will read it again too because it is full of her stories about love. She's a great story teller, and I felt was there with her. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Maria
Great book - I love Gloria Vanderbilt and her son Anderson Cooper.Published 13 months ago by Cathy F.