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Cherry on Top: Flirty, Forty-Something, and Funny as F**k Kindle Edition
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The second book by Sunset Strip video vixen Bobbie Brown, Cherry On Top documents Brown’s transformation from 1990’s sex symbol to comedy queen, revealing the dramatic ups and downs of her biggest reinvention yet.
Once the hottest girl on the Sunset Strip, the blonde beauty in the video to Warrant’s 1990s hit, “Cherry Pie” is now in her late forties, and she’s letting her mouth run wild as a headliner on the comedy stage just a few doors down from the rock clubs she once frequented. She’s still smoking hot, but telling jokes about farting on men’s balls isn’t helping her find The One...
Hilarious, sweet, and bitingly honest, Cherry On Top reveals how one gorgeous, potty-mouthed blonde took back Hollywood in middle age, and embarked on a fresh search for love—one fart joke at a time.
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Caroline Ryder is a British screenwriter and journalist based in LA. Her books include Bobbie Brown's Dirty Rocker Boys; Kicking Up Dirt, the autobiography of deaf motocross champion Ashley Fiolek; and Let There Be GWAR, the story of the shock rock band GWAR. Her writing has appeared in Dazed, AnOther, Vulture, Swindle, Cosmopolitan, and Variety, where she was Style Editor. --This text refers to the audioCD edition.
- ASIN : B07W88WWHG
- Publisher : Rare Bird Books, A Barnacle Book (13 August 2019)
- Language : English
- File size : 2049 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 127 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 391,903 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The conflict of her gross insecurity vs total physical self absorption isn’t an interesting read. She’s not a good person. She’s not a good mother. She delights in sharing a nasty, ugly and hateful letter her daughter wrote as a child to one of her boyfriends, like it was something to be proud of. Like it was her own legacy. This is just a very hollow attempt to make money by mentioning a few names from the 80s and semi-graphic details. She still doesn’t realize that beauty is only skin deep, even though it long-ago faded. Sorry.