Jennifer Wilde's autobiography has all the elements you'd expect in a high-octane novel or television miniseries. Born the daughter of a Southern California real estate tycoon, Jennifer introduces us to her privileged lifestyle in Orange County, California. Her story includes first-hand recollections of parties at the Playboy Mansion; hang time with famous directors, rock stars, actors and club owners; and even an encounter or two with some Columbian drug lords But this chronicle of Jennifer's past as a near casualty of the excesses of the 1970s has an unexpected twist, with Jennifer giving her life to Jesus Christ at age 25. The author shares that while the Hollywood lifestyle may look like a fairytale existence from the outside, it can actually be a life riddled with dysfunction, brokenness, abuse, addiction, and heartache. It will appeal to college age women who want to become successful and tend to look toward material riches instead of what God has planned for them. Readers will see that their lives can be full of adventure without being part of the jet-setting crowd.