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Jenni Rivera's first recording was a teenager's birthday present for her father. By the time that she died in a 2012 airplane crash at the age of 43, this short-lived Spanish-language singer had sold 15 million albums and was a five-time double-platinum recording star. In this posthumously published memoir, she writes about her early life as the daughter of undocumented immigrants, her eventful performing and recording career, and her personal life. The latter was exceptionally painful: Her first husband was convicted of molesting two of their children; her second died tragically young; and she divorced her third spouse shortly before she perished.