My one star is due to the fact that it's a very, very fast read.
This wasn't because I felt I deserved to be rich, but in my own home I felt like an outsider, never in the right place at the right time.
Had to read and re-read sentences because it was so poorly written that the grammatical structures didn't make sense.
I will not read this book. I watch the housewives weekly. To be honest I turn the sound off when Danielle is on. She is cruel and down right mean. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Merrilyn Garceau
a real true story told from the heart of a once lonely abused child who only knew one way until she found her faith and her children. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ASHLEY JOHNSON MCCABE
I almost hate myself for admitting this, but I actually liked this book. Is it New York Times material? Hell no. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Maggie.Marie
I think that this book was also very self-deprecating. It certainly was very honest, but I felt I was reading a catharsis for Danielle rather than a bona fide story of her life. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Karen Wiltshire
What a load of self-serving horse crap! Danielle (if that's actually her name) takes no responsibility for any of her actions and expects people to believe that she was an... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Barb Lawrence
I liked it. I now like her a little more. She is just a person, we should not judge others based on their choices, rather by how they show you personally who they are.Published 8 months ago by Lynda G. Spangler-Carter
Interesting story, sad. Well written reader will have to make up their own minds. You'll enjoy the book, at least I hope you doPublished 8 months ago by By .Chris Bohjaliae
Danielle doesn't deny being out there. So many things didn't surprise me and many things explain her behavior and outlook on things. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jacob Carlos Lopez