Once Upon a Star: Celebrity Kiss and Tell Stories

Once Upon a Star Celebrity Kiss and Tell Stories Once Upon a Star is a true autobiography about a young Hollywood ingenue searching for love in all the wrong places of La La land Peggy bears her heart and soul in her quest for love amongst Hollywoo

  • Title: Once Upon a Star: Celebrity Kiss and Tell Stories
  • Author: Peggy Trentini
  • ISBN: 9781460914755
  • Page: 205
  • Format: Paperback
  • Once Upon a Star is a true autobiography about a young Hollywood ingenue, searching for love in all the wrong places of La La land Peggy bears her heart and soul in her quest for love amongst Hollywood s most elite players Follow her struggles with trying to balance her modeling, television and film career with wild nights and lavish lifestyles Her naivety will challe Once Upon a Star is a true autobiography about a young Hollywood ingenue, searching for love in all the wrong places of La La land Peggy bears her heart and soul in her quest for love amongst Hollywood s most elite players Follow her struggles with trying to balance her modeling, television and film career with wild nights and lavish lifestyles Her naivety will challenge your heart and make you laugh as she skips from one relationship to another, always believing that love would find her This is a story that encompasses the sorrow and triumph of living in the celebrity fantasy world Once Upon a Star is a story very seldom presented with such candor and truth Journey along with Peggy s anecdotal celebrity relationships and flings with the likes of Sylvester Stallone, Billy Idol, Mick Jagger, Nicolas Cage, Sean Penn, Kevin Costner, Johnny Depp, Vince Neil, Sting and many others Juicy and thought provoking, you will not want to put this one down

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    1. I think this book actually deserves 0 stars but that's not an option. Apparently those readers who gave this book 5 stars don't actually know anything about the stars she tries to get us to believe she was with. I was very intrigued with the book at first, but I soon realized that she was making it up and stopped reading it. I don't know Vince Neil, I've never met him. I am a huge Motley fan and I have read "The Dirt" so many times that my copy is literally falling apart. It was during the secti [...]

    2. I think the title of this book should have been "Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places". Trentini says she was looking for love but, of all things, all these men were womanizers! Imagine that. When you throw yourself at guys (any guys) you are not a new thing. She writes chapters on Sylvester Stallone, Vince Neil, Johnnie Depp, David Cassidy, Kevin Costner and others. It was somewhat entertaining.

    3. WowI don't normally write reviews but this was great! Great in the way of showing how you look back on life and wonder whyWe all live through some things that makes us question ourselves, and we all live through some things that make us stronger and who we are today. I love the message this book portrays. Five stars all the way!!

    4. Not what I was expectingThe author came off extremely arrogant and several time lines did not match up. I found it hard to believe that these encounters were true.

    5. This was not an easy decision to make, but I decided that it was best for myself as well as the author (who provided me with a copy for review) that I not go through with a blog review. (Even posting here may be too much; if it is, tell me, k?) In full disclosure, I read 41% of the book when I decided to stop.I received a copy of the book in December of 2011 when I had first started my blog, and I'm still catching up with all of the self-published/indie books I received during those first few we [...]

    6. Sometimes my job can be really boring, I can sit there for a couple of hours without seeing anyone so I tend to dig through the boxes of old books on site and read them to make the time pass. This is the most recent book I used to get through the day and thankfully I didn't pay a penny for it.These days this book would be labelled 'fan-fiction' because that's exactly what it is. I don't believe half of what this woman has written and claimed to have done - she probably did sleep with certain peo [...]

    7. Personally, I love true stories… sometimes even the ones that aren’t gripping and fun are simply interesting. That’s why I LOVED Once Upon a Star!! I felt like I was right there with all the A-List celebs in this book! Peggy seems to have had some sort of contact with more people in Hollywood then the movie cameras themselves!I enjoyed the style and method that Peggy used to convey her stories is very enjoyable. The content and subject matter of her tale is fun and a great ride for anyone [...]

    8. UghDid not like this book at all! I am normally a lover of anything to do with celebrities but this book didn't really have a purpose. It was just a girl that was sharing her sexscapades with celebrities. Not sure why someone would even want to publish a book sharing this kind of information because it doesn't shed her in a positive light at all. Just seems like she wants to hold onto her 15 min of fame (if you can call it that) and makes some money off it. I guess she succeeded since I bought t [...]

    9. What a waste of my time.if you want to know what kind of lover some of those rock stars are, this is the book for youIf you want to know about clubs in the Los Angeles area and which ones let pretty girls in, especially those who are not discriminating regarding sexual partners, this is the book for you! Got this one free on my Kindle or I'd never even have given it a second lookGoing to erase it from the Kindle and not look backever!

    10. I've always made fun of fiction romance books. I read one just for the hell of it years ago and was not surprised: I didn't enjoy it at all. I read this book for free; I would not pay for it. It has some interesting stories, but they're mainly variations on a theme. Much like reading the same story repeatedly.

    11. Weak.Not interesting at all. Just goes on and on about how much she was wanted by all these famous people, and how quick she was to jump into bed with them. And how much heartbreak she endured from it. Not even worth the free read.

    12. Another Kindle cheap read. is a trashy celeb book. This woman writes about her encounters with men such as Sylvester Stallone, Nicholas Cage, & Johnny Depp. Can I just say Sylvester Stallone is a weirdo and a creep!!!

    13. Nice readThis book was a typical girl loves famous guy and does crazy stuff. However, Peggy had a heart and was searching for love.

    14. Worst book ever. Poor grammar, poor writing and I kept wondering how true these stories were. Don't waste your money!

    15. File this under "Pure mindless summer-beach-read titillating memoir with no redeeming intellectual value whatsoever." A palate-cleanser, if you will. It was fun.

    16. Decent readThis book was not bad it has a lot of the usual suspects .But it also has some actors .Well written good flow.

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