Sienna returning home is like the return of the prodigal daughter. She was her parent's golden girl, in the time before her childhood fell apart.
Leslie is a complicated character from the first page. There's just a huge disconnect between who she appears to be and who she really is.
I'm a sucker for a good memoir. I love them! And it doesn't have to be a celebrity memoir or anything like that (although I've read some good celebrity memoirs too!). Memoirs just offer a snapshot into someone else's life in such a raw way. Sure, the book is edited by a professional and I'm... Continue Reading →