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Pretty Mess by Erika Jayne

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Without her alter-ego Erika Jayne, Erika Girardi says she'd just be "another rich bitch with a plane"-so get ready for the dishy, tell-all memoir from show-stopping performer, model, singer, and beloved star of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Erika Jayne.



  • This book was such a great experience, almost as if I was having lunch with the author, laughing and sharing in the deeply personal moments of her life. I personally relate to it and connect with her journey on various levels. In my opinion, Erika has been misunderstood on the Housewives of Beverly Hills show. However, after reading this book, you'll come to realize that she is a truly remarkable woman from whom we can all learn in countless ways.
  • It's mind-boggling to consider that she's actually quite similar to an average individual if you strip away all her wealth. However, I anticipated more wild tales; the pace of the book was slower compared to most. Nevertheless, I still adore and respect her for sharing her story.
  • I used to be completely obsessed with EJ, but not anymore. The issue is that her narration comes across as extremely mechanical, almost robotic. Unfortunately, this book didn't provide any fresh insights into Erika that I hadn't already known. It's not terrible, but definitely not outstanding either. It feels more like a money-making scheme than anything else.
  • I was really looking forward to this book, but unfortunately, it just skimmed the surface of Erika Jayne's story. It's like watching Real Housewives of Beverly Hills - what you see is real and genuine, but you can't help but feel that there's something deeper hiding beneath the surface. I did appreciate the insights into her background and her journey in the performing arts, but since this book is quite short, it only briefly touches on her life experiences. It's a quick and enjoyable read, but I couldn't help but feel like I wanted more. It left me with unanswered questions and a desire to delve into her raw experiences. If you're a fan, I still recommend giving it a go, just keep in mind that you shouldn't expect more than what Erika is already willing to reveal.
  • Writing an autobiography can be quite challenging, especially when it comes to balancing personal authenticity with the need for privacy. Initially, I had hoped for a classic tale of rising from humble beginnings to great success, but I realize that considering upper-middle America as "rags" might not be entirely accurate. Admittedly, my expectations were influenced by the portrayal on reality TV. Nevertheless, I remain a devoted fan and truly appreciate the underlying message of pursuing one's dreams regardless of age or societal expectations.