The Vixen Diaries

The Vixen Diaries

by Karrine Steffans
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Vixen Diaries 2.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 83 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read the Confessions book and almost done with the Vixen Diaries. Yes, I will admit there is a bit of redundance throughout the book about her cars, home, and wealth but we have to try to step into her shoes for a moment. For those who read the book for more than just juicy gossip about the entertainment industry like myself would have read about the horrible life this woman had growing up. If I want juicy gossip I will read the tabloid, or better yet, talk to someone I call my friend, but to make all of these negative comments about the woman for really no reason is really un-called for. She is an eloquent writer and she does have a gift and I don't know about anyone else, but when you truly begin to realize what your talent/gift is in life you get excited. You can't help but to brag sometime about what GOD gave you and especially if you're not used to having anything in the first place. My main thing is, through all of the negativity I've seen posted on this site about this book, why did you naysayers go into reading this book with eyes closed looking for 'surface literature'. If she is ever going to evolve as a woman and a responsible mother and role model for her child she has to, at some point, write about more than meaningless and juicy experiences and that's what she did in her second book. We all have to grow up sometime and her time was with the second book. She has something to prove and I think she's going in the right direction. Proving that she can write about things other than her past permiscuous behavior. I think anyone should at the very least respect her for that.
MsStarStatus More than 1 year ago
This book was a waste of money. She built so much hype around the book and it deflated as I turned each page. The most exciting part about the book was the first chapter and that was about it. The book resembled her life as what it is now, no direction what-so-ever. She needs to stop running away from the fact that what made her "famous" (i use the term very loosely) is bed hopping and knob slobbing, that's what got her "in" if you will. If she wants to play the role of someone who has learned from their mistakes of their past, then miss honey act like it! Let it show in the context of the pages we read because that is your platform. No one is checking for her in any other way. You are not the only chick who can do things with her mouth! You have got to come harder than that Miss Karrine. The book was a snore and so is she. One thing I will say that is a kudo to her, she did make $ and established her own financial security, at what cost she paid to get it...left to be desired :(
Book_Lover21 More than 1 year ago
I really like this book. At first i wasnt really sure how she would be after everything i read in confessions. But im happy to say that she's matured and this book is very good. After reading about how she started to view things in life it made me think. But this book is definetily a page turner and not a disappointment.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ms. Steffans' second book would have been good if she didn't have such an over inflated sense of her own fame. This woman is so stuck on herself it's pathetic. Every other page was about how she was a bigger celebrity then this person and how that person was jocking her. I became increasingly irritated with her constant mention of how successful she was and how much money she has and how famous she is. I really hope she gets a reality check and soon. Honey, you may have money now but you are still nothing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Very disappointed in the book, she contradicts herself without the whole book she is supppose to be grown up from the last book but is not the only thing is that she has her own money and does not have to depend on anyone. Speaks a lot about her wealth, cars, and home which i am very happy for her, and that she is also spending more time with son.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you are interested in JUICY GOSSIP 'although she has releases a little bit of pertinent information',your time is better off spent reading the national inquiry while standing in line at the supermarket. While I loved Confessions, I very much so enjoyed THIS book. Whenever I am reading something it is from beginning to end and without breaks or being over the course of many days. And The Vixen Diaries was no different. This book still the same as her first best-seller, all depending on how much you want to get out of it. Karrine states in the book that she has denounced her infamous nickname. The Vixen Diaries was successful in helping me view her in a different light. Buy/Read the book and FORM YOUR OWN OPINNION!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I will rather die than read this book
Guest More than 1 year ago
Don't waste your money. Relegated to her interaction with B list celebrities and young, unsuspecting boys this is a total waste of time. If she doesn't up the ante she's going to be working for a living again. What a hot mess!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I would like to say that this book wasn't what I expected. I wanted to hear some real gossip. If I wanted to hear about Bobby Brown all I had to do was turn on the news. Karrine talked about being a changed person and she is still doing the same thing that she talked about in her first book. Man after man over and over again. Get one man and leave the others alone she will never have a man to love her for who she is because of what she is doing. I pray that her son don't grow up to be like her. When you change you change for better but she is still this messed up woman she was in the first book and she wrote this book because her men stop giving her money. Well there is only one thing to do about that and that is get a real JOB because if she writes another book this sister won't buy it because if you have something to say tell it all.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book was OK. It could have been more juicier like the first book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
J LO: HEROIN ADDICT VERSION
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
At first I thought some of the reviewers were being really harsh, but this really was a dull, self-serving, waste of paper. How can you bill this book as the sequel to confessions. Maybe it was presumptuous of me to expect something a little more interesting. I don't see who thought this was print worthy. I honestly feel like I've been duped out of my money. I wish I could give it negative stars. Don't buy this book. You're really going to be disappointed.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was expecting somethings more personal, not the obvious.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed her first book very much but this one wad not up to par at all. Save your money
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This woman is clearly not in touch with reality. Dont waste a penny on this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Let me just begin by saying that i WAS a huge Karrine Steffans fan, you couldnt pay me to say anything wrong or against her, leaving only pure understanding as an option. But after reading this last book, i discredit Karrine a little bit due to her uppity behavior constant gluttony of her so called fame. Idk, i guess the whole time i was reading it i imagined her w her nose stuck up. I cant believe i spent this much money to read such bullcrap. I coulve went to walmart and gt a better book than that with $3.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Rather than giving us a book chock-full of compliments to yourself, why not give us a fun read like "Confessions"? The entire book consists of her talking about how wonderful she is, and how she's all that... Putting aside my personal opinion on how she became famous in the first place was easy when I read the first book, because it was a fun book. This one was virtually unreadable for me... I was skipping over paragraphs and sentences here and there, then skipping entire pages... How may times can you listen to a person talk about how great they are, how famous they are, etc... Here's a novel idea: instead of repeatedly telling us how great you are, why don't you focus on writing a better book and let your audience find that out for themselves? I actually felt sorry for people she mentioned in the book, because it was so obvious she was exploiting them... She may be a lot of things, but a writer is not one of them. Not a book I would recommend...
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Danette Morrison More than 1 year ago
this book is extremely boring. I find myself struggling just to finish it. Quite frankly i dont think ill waste anymore of my time with this read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago