You think you know her story: the years with an abusive husband, her solo stardom and her younger second husband. In this memoir, Tina explores her past but focuses on her present because she’s finally happy and loved.
It’s written conversationally, so the reader feels like they’re sharing a cup of tea with Tina as she name-drops her superstar friends and indulges in her passions with the money she’s earned during her stellar career. Yet, the book never tips into arrogance or haughtiness: Tina works hard and is not shy about reaping the rewards.
Recommended for fans and anyone who finds themselves wishing they had another life.