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Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny by Holly Madison. Read online, or download in secure EPUB. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Fascinating.” (AV Club) “Reads like a celebrity memoir infused with and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny - Kindle edition by Holly Madison. Kindle Store · Kindle eBooks · Biographies & Memoirs. Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny. A spontaneous decision at age twenty-one transformed small-town Oregon girl Holly Sue Cullen into Holly Madison, Hugh Hefner’s #1 girlfriend. Life inside the notorious Mansion wasn’t a dream at all—and quickly.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified download. Really enjoyed this book. I read a lot of celebrity autobiographies and I'm always bored by the first few chapters where they write about their childhood. Unless something tragic happened in their childhood, readers aren't interested.
We just want to get to the good stuff. Holly gets right to the good stuff. She starts with detailing her first mansion party and talks about her early life in LA and then chronicles moving into the mansion, becoming a girlfriend, then becoming the main girlfriend through to leaving the mansion, moving to Las Vegas, her relationship with the illusionist, her stint on Dancing with the Stars, getting Peepshow and then Holly's World through to meeting her husband and having her baby.
The Playboy days are fascinating. She has an insight that one can only get after they escape a bad situation. It's clear that she's not ungrateful for the opportunities but she's now recognising how unhealthy the situation was for her. It's a raw chronicle of those times. There were a few moments where I could truly relate to how she was feeling. Some of the tabloid stories based on excerpts of her book are painting her in a negative light and I think it's important to read the book in its entirety to truly understood Holly.
I initially did not know too much about the Playboy mansion, only knew of their magazines. I decided to give this a read as it is one of the best sellers at the moment and I am pleasantly surprised. I found life inside the mansion interesting and the development of Holly, I just could not put this book down.
There were parts of the book where i felt as though she did not need to mention e.
She could have elaborated more on finding her husband Pasquale and how she found her happy ending and knew she found love. However, I think she is giving an honest account of her life which i found interesting! This is a pretty intresting read though it probably didn't need to go as long as should. It was a good read just not great. My doctor told me to read a non stimulating book before bed, so this meets that criteria.
Holly's job was to get Hef hard again and clean him up with her mouth. Holly had to "clean up" Hefner in front of five girls so yeah, I could see that she's embarrassed about that extremely sex worker-like, un-girlfriend like behaviour. Funny shit though!
Holly, Izabella , Kendra and the other four girls all called themselves "girlfriends". Well I suppose escort, whore or scrubber didn't appeal to them or Hugh Hefner. Hef likes to be known as the ultimate ladies man so of course he couldn't be seen to pay for sex. So his private brothel was known collectively as 'the girlfriends' and he didn't pay them, he gave them a 'clothing allowance' and paid for all and any beauty enhancements, nails to plastic surgery.
In the Playboy house there was a recruiter for a high-class whore agency. Holly herself says she never went that route, but lots of the girls did.
Some who got found out by Hef were thrown out of the house. Others I suppose just realised it was less work for more money flying out to some Arab in Turkey for the night and left. Then there was the Heidi Fleiss connection. All these girls, Holly included, had all had jobs in the 'entertainment' industry or were prepared to strip naked to pose for men's wanking material in Playboy. It doesn't matter how you dress it up, this is selling sex for money.
I don't think that's wrong or immoral, I just don't like hearing of an elegant silver implement for tilling the fair earth when what is meant is a shovel for digging up potatoes!
In her book, Bunny Tales: Behind Closed Doors at the Playboy Mansion , Izabella details exactly what the duties of these whores were she says Holly was chief nipple-sucker in bed. She didn't like Holly, characterised as cold, manipulative and very focused on Hef being her stepping stone to fame. Holly, despite some clever ghost-writing, did nothing to change that view of herself. Holly characterises Izabella and the other girls as 'Mean Girls'.
Holly says, " James who is equally self-deluded had a law degree. Holly worked hard to become the chief girlfriend and bedroom-sharer of Hef.
So did she become a girlfriend? She says she was shy, 'a shrinking violet', who deluded herself into believing she was in love with Hef. A man who was as old as her grandfather, had sex with six other women at the same time and treated her so much like an object he ripped her apart for wearing red lipstick and cutting her hair. All the girls were rapaciously greedy clones, all long-haired blondes with boob and nose jobs wearing trashy outfits.
I don't really know why he needed more than one and some mirrors. She elbowed everyone out of the way and classes all Hef's previous main girlfriends as, 'two-faced manipulators'.
Takes one to know one sweetheart :- I don't know if Holly fits the DSM-IV definition of a narcissist, but she is the only person who matters in her world.