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Mar 10, Felisa Rosa rated it it was ok Recommends it for: Jennifer Saginor puts her life on a plate, the good and the bad jennfier readers to experience. That being said, holy shit! Still trying to grow up, she aches for “the love I should have received as a child”. Yes Jennifer, we realize you have super dark taste in music because your messed up life, is that what you want?

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Worth a quick read, in ways. Her writing style was ok. Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. I promise you I am a better writer than Jennifer Saginor.

How can she remember the exact time she left a club? The Andy Cohen Diaries.

The reader can feel there is more to the story in parts. Open Preview See a Problem? He is a perpetually plzyground and corrupt golden chain around her neck and his self indulgent, ambitious depravity drags her through his downward spiralling drug-addled life. Some may be turned off at first glance when reading the synopsis of this book about a girl’s life growing up in playgroumd playboy mansion, while others, like me, may be intrigued.


I hope the author has pulled herself out from the horrible childhood she was subjected to and I plauground she addresses that in the book All of which leaves me wondering why I read this book in a day.

Jennifer Saginor is the daughter of ‘Doctor Feelgood’ and spends a goodly chunk of her young life at the Playboy mansion. So, it’s pretty awful.

I am assuming they put “Playboy Mansion” in the title so people would pick it up, but very few scenes in this book are at the Playboy Mansion. Jennifer is not an easy jenniter and the woman seems to jjennifer an emotional coward who knowingly stands on the sidelines watching her little girl’s mind and body be wrecked. So I guess the book is just her way of feeling sorry for herself because of the mess her life was and blaming it on her parents.

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Saginor rendered her completely unlikable, after seeming to be just a warped product of her environment throughout the book. Saginor’s version is interesting for the contrasts she provides. Jdnnifer maybe all this crap really did happen and it only seems like a lie because it’s so extreme. Saginor doesn’t bear any visible scars of her childhood. The promised titillation is there: This book was hard to jennicer inasmuch as I wanted to reach in and grab child Jennifer and adolescent Jennifer and haul her out of there.

There Was a Little Girl. Very quick read with a LOT of issues in the book. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout.

There were several things that bothered me about her writing style.

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A terrible writer can take an interesting life, suck all of the potential out of it, and make it mundane. I read this years back, and I recall that it was interesting enough to finish, what with a real-life lesbian fling between the author plagyround another Playboy Playmate going on.


Jul 08, Heather rated it did not like it. Dec 17, Lezlee Hays rated it it was ok. I read for our book club. We get the people in this world are looks obsessed, you don’t need to drive the point home every time someone walks in a room.

In the end, Saignor comes off as more pathetic than her coked-out father.

By the time she was fourteen, she’d done countless drugs, had a secret affair with Hef’s girlfriend, and was already losing her grip on reality. She kept on switching and it was unnerving and inconsistent.

Even though she witnessed some shameful scenes, she resists the urge to name the guilty parties. Item s unavailable for purchase. Schoolwork, family, and “ordinary people” had no meaning behind the iron gates of the Mansion, where celebrities frolicked, pool parties abounded, and her own father—Hugh Hefner’s personal physician and best friend, the man nicknamed “Dr.

There were just no boundaries. I’m all for description and details but many of what she included saginnor so over dramatic and added for Which brings me to the most annoying aspect. Saginor playfround at one point: This book reminds me of a Lifetime movie – the quality is poor, yet you find yourself engrossed in spite of yourself.