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Not the followup I was hoping to read, more philosophical than entertaining.Published 10 months ago by kiwi24
Valerie Bertinelli is well rounded, pleasant to listen to, read, watch, and even cook with,(her cook book). She's very intelligent and a lot of fun.Published 12 months ago by dwest
I enjoyed both of Valerie Bertinelli's books. This one was a bit too heavy with the talk of religion and politics for my liking though. Read morePublished on June 15, 2014 by beckyann
I bought this book on CD on a whim. I knew Valerie Bertinelli had lost weight and attained an important goal in her life, and I thought I might find something motivating in her... Read morePublished on March 2, 2014 by Tessa H.
Can a TV and movie personality married to a rock star and living in Beverly Hills lead a wholesome life?
Well, yes. At least in Valerie Bertinelli's case. Read more
Great book. Easy reading. Bertinelli shares great stories about her family, her work and her weight issues in this book and the companion. Read morePublished on January 16, 2014 by Pank Brown