Unbreak My Heart: A Memoir Hardcover – 20 May 2014
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Braxton recounts her struggles candidly... It's the reflective, positive tone that makes this tell-all intensely readable. For fans who loved her in her heyday or recently found her on her reality show, Braxton Family Values, this is a must-read.--Booklist --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
About the Author
Toni Braxton has won six Grammy Awards and sold more than sixty million records worldwide. Her hit song "Un-break My Heart" still stands as the number two all-time bestselling single by a female recording artist. Currently, she is the star of the WE tv hit reality series Braxton Family Values and the new Lifetime original movie Twist of Faith. Braxton was the first African American woman to play a leading role in a Disney Broadway production when she starred as Belle in Beauty and the Beast, and she has headlined in one of the top ten Las Vegas shows of all time. Toni is a passionate advocate for both Autism Speaks and Lupus L.A. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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This was a quick read. While I'm not a fan of Toni's music, I am a huge fan of her family's reality show, Braxton Family Values, that's on We TV. Toni opens up about her two bankruptcies, lupus, Autism, cosmetic surgeries, and other personal matters.
She grew up in Severn, MD with deeply religious parents, her mother more so than the father, it seems. She's grown up to feel guilty about things she shouldn't and seems to harbor a small amount of animosity because of it.
What I've learned about Toni is that she's terrible with money but wants us to believe that's not the case. She's terrible at using birth control too. She's been generous with her family financially and I wonder how much. She didn't get into that much but I'm curious. She never talked about how angry she is/was toward her cheating father or if she ever was. Odd not to mention it.
I've never been a fan of her mother, Evelyn (especially since she threatened to 'slap the piss' out of Tamar), and after learning that her mother always reminded Toni to not 'forget about your sisters' since Toni got a record deal at 23 and her sister's didn't, I like her even less. And she had the nerve to seem angry when Toni got the deal. I've always had the feeling, and I don't know why, that Toni has financially supported her mother after her separation, then divorce, from her husband. I'm intrigued by the fact that Evelyn's 'guarded' about her own childhood. At a young age, she moved from the south to live with an aunt in Maryland.
I wish Toni had opened up a bit more about some things but overall this was a good, mostly honest book about her entire life.Read more ›
I'm still reading this book and I really enjoy it and take time as once it's over it's over.
I did pre-order this as I just had to have a copy.
If anyone loves Toni etc then this book is for you :)
It is an easy read so doesn't take long to finish plus it's one of those books you don't want to put down either.
She does divulge quite a lot about her life, which is good. I didn't feel like she was holding anything back.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good book, Toni is so honest, after I have read it I understood that stars are only humans and society at most times is just too judgmental for people who have achieved sucessPublished 10 months ago by Vaiva
It's had more than wear and tear it was cover in stamps from a libraryPublished 10 months ago by richard rose