I bought this book recently and I'm not exactly sure what possessed me to buy it in the first place. Despite that, I find myself reading from page to page! But, I haven't finished it.
Here's the description:
In her electrifying first novel, Nicole Richie tells the sensational story of Chloe Parker, a rock royalty princess and a card-carrying member of Hollywood's inner circle. At the age of seven, Chloe was adopted by a music superstar and his wife, transforming her life from rags to riches. What followed was a wild childhood distinguished by parties with movie stars and rock idols, run-ins with the press and the police, and a subsequent stint in rehab.
When Chloe shoots to instant fame as a spokes model for a national ad campaign, her long-lost birth father appears out of nowhere and her best friend betrays her. She struggles to keep it all together - her sobriety, her friendships, and her integrity. Ultimately, Chloe comes spectacularly into her own, achieving stardom in her own right and finding true love.
The book is filled with anecdotes and musings on rehab and the fickle nature of fame, but the surprising thing about it is how self-deprecatingly funny and enjoyable it is. There are no deep thoughts in this book, or physiological point, just a fun read while I'm waiting for my nails to dry.