In this long-awaited autobiography, one of the most beautiful women in the world tells her story, from growing up on a mink ranch in Newfoundland with six brothers and sisters to raising two children with a rock star in Beverly Hills.
One of the most popular and best-known Playboy pin-ups ever, Shannon Tweed burst on the scene in the 80s as Playmate of the Year and Hugh Hefner's love interest. She soon became a successful actress, appearing in countless movies and television series. She met Gene Simmons at a party at the Playboy Mansion, and they lived happily ever after with their two children, Nick and Sophie. Told in her own straightforward, no-holds-barred style, Kiss and Tell is a backstage pass to life at the Playboy Mansion, a behind-the-scenes view of one of the biggest rock stars in the world, and the experience of raising two kids in front of the camera.
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A fascinating look at B list Hollywood
Shannon's descriptions of growing up in Canada, her sense of humour - she often laughs at herself
I enjoyed the 80s section - Shannon's burgeoning career in Hollywood and her lack of pretension about it. I liked her respect for Hugh Hefner but also respected how she never took the Playboy mansion seriously.
Her reveries - small moments where she is reading and seems to recall the event at the same time. It comes out in her reading.
I laughed often. It isn't a particular emotional book - Shannon never really plays for sympathy though there are poignant memories.
It won't be for everyone. Shannon is not particularly famous but her story was interesting from beginning to end.
- Kindle Customer