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  • Audio CD: 1 pages
  • Publisher: Hachette Audio US; Unabridged edition (5 Nov. 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 160024601X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1600246012
  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 1.9 x 14.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,816,183 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The New York Times bestselling author of Confessions of a Video Vixen is back to shock the world with more gossip, juice, and drama in her much anticipated sequel.

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Karrine Steffans became a New York Times bestselling author after releasing her debut tell-all book Confessions of a Video Vixen in June 2005. Since the success of her book, Karrine speaks at universities and celebrity panels. She has also established The Karrine Steffans Girls Club, The Karrine Steffans Book Club , and The Steffans Commentary on MySpace

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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 13 Jan. 2008
Format: Hardcover
Here's the problem with writing a revealing autobiography -- you have no material left for the inevitable sequel.

But that's only one of the many problems with "The Vixen Diaries," a flaccid recounting of Karrine "Supahead" Steffans' sex life and career in the year of 2006. When she's not posing, preening and preaching, Steffans is racing from one one worthless fling to another.

Much of the book is a celebration of how her life has changed since the publication of "Confessions of a Video Vixen" -- she now has money, notoriety, celebrity friends, a nice home, new ultramegaexpensive cars whenever she damages one (which seems to be frequently), and enough financial room that she can make a habit of club-hopping through L.A.

This is where reality starts fuzzing out, because apparently her small amount of fame (or infamy) has gone to Steffans' head. Suddenly she's no longer a damaged hip-hop groupie/video girl who exchanged sex for money, but a "an author" who writes "internationally bestselling nonfiction" with a "message." Oh yes, and if you disapprove of her, you're obviously a chauvinist.

But this book isn't just about Steffans' success with the last one -- it's also about men. Ray J, Eric Benet, a strung-out Bobby Brown, Mike Tyson, Magic Johnson, the Icon, and her ex-boyfriend Bill Maher -- whom Steffans rhapsodizes about until I got the squirmy feeling that I was seeing a woman beg. Not pretty.

One of the most hilarious lines of the entire book is: "... some people can't seem to get over my past -- the partying, the relationships, the sex..." This, of course, coming from a woman whose "internationally bestselling nonfiction" was all about sex with rappers.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Juliathekiwi on 1 Nov. 2012
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What a disappointment.

After reading 'Video Vixen' and finding it entertaining, I had expected more of the same, but what I bought this time was a lame and boring piece of work... I'll admit I'm pretty lame myself for enjoying the first book - because let's face it, it's a slutty tell all, with a self-defeating leading character, who you can't help but feel sorry for as she seems to keep landing on her arse each time she falls in and out of 'love'.

Vixen Diaries reads like a lengthy self-justification, at times from a vulnerable position, which is then flipped to Karrine indulging in name, blame, and shame with high and mighty put downs of people who have ticked her off for whatever reason. Don't be tricked by the first chapter, it did not start as it meant to go on....

I think the author needs to keep in mind that it is because of her associations, and only because of her associations with the rich and famous that anyone is actually interested in her. I feel sorry for her son. It's one thing to talk about having sex, but another to go into detail about having her a*** licked in order to humiliate a married man. Again, I feel sorry for her son having to read this, it's not admirable, interesting or even cool.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Top Chick on 20 Mar. 2009
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I read Ms Steffans' seminal novel and like anyone else who read "Diary" brought this book to find out the identity of the mysterious "Papa". Whilst I found this follow-up to be mainly a re-hash of events in "Diary", a few other eye-raising stories made interesting enough reading. However, I find myself fast-forwarding unread page after page in sections where her story tended to ramble. The identity of Papa was, eventually, revealed and he was indeed on my list of 4 "possibles" that I had written after reading "Diary" - result!
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Format: Paperback
It starts out so well with her mysterious hollywood superstar whom she sodomizes! lol but then i found the book to go downhill after chapter one. She finally found some moral high ground and she isn't as frivolous as she used to be, shes almost uppity to summarize. Again I got halfway through and i put it to one side; lost all interest. Guess i'll finish it one day....
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