Once upon a time, Eden had it all; she was one of the most successful young singers in the UK, and the darling of the pop industry. Life couldn’t have been better. But just two years after a sell-out tour, Eden is regarded as a has-been, better known for her drinking and the kiss-and-tell stories that a string of men have sold to the papers.
Desperate to get back in the big time, Eden begins recording a new album with songwriter Jack Steele, a man who drives her crazy for all the wrong reasons. And then she’s asked to be a judge on the TV talent show Band Ambition. It’s just the break she needs and she’s determined not to mess it up, so falling in love with Stevie, a contestant on the show, is probably not a very good idea. But Eden has always followed her heart, and she is sure Stevie is 'the one'.
But is Eden setting herself up for another fall?
Who in this country doesn't know Katie Price? It isn't a secret that Katie doesn't sit there and slave over a laptop, typing up every word of the story herself. She comes up with the idea for a book and her ghost writer, author Rebecca Farnworth actually writes the book for her. I think its a cheek she has her name on the cover and makes a lot of money from books she doesn't write, and the fact there are plenty of fantastic authors out there who can't get in with the big publishers yet Katie Price can churn out this drivel year after year is grossly unfair. Her stories are easy to read and certainly don't tax your brain but there was something about this book I just couldn't stand. Yes, the cover is bright, glitzy and lovely but that's the only nice thing about this book.