I'm a big fan of How Clean is Your House, so when I saw this, I wanted to find out more about the feisty blonde from the show. My goodness, what a read. She had an awful, awful upbringing - at some points, I was reduced to tears, as I couldn't understand how a mother (her mum) could treat her daughter so atrociously. Kim Woodburn was treated dispicably, going from one low point to another, but thank heavens her life turned out good in the end - but what a journey getting there. I really felt for her throughout the book and was just grateful that I have a close, loving family, and more importantly, a mother who loves me.