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My Playboy Story: Hopping from Richmond to Hollywood

My Playboy Story Hopping from Richmond to Hollywood My Playboy Story Hopping from Richmond to Hollywood follows Malorie s personal journey as a young model through the politics games and privileges of the Playboy Mansion The story begins as Malorie a

  • Title: My Playboy Story: Hopping from Richmond to Hollywood
  • Author: Malorie Mackey
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • My Playboy Story Hopping from Richmond to Hollywood follows Malorie s personal journey as a young model through the politics, games, and privileges of the Playboy Mansion The story begins as Malorie adjusts to life in Los Angeles after having moved from Richmond, Virginia It covers her modeling career as she meets some corrupt casting directors who bring her out with My Playboy Story Hopping from Richmond to Hollywood follows Malorie s personal journey as a young model through the politics, games, and privileges of the Playboy Mansion The story begins as Malorie adjusts to life in Los Angeles after having moved from Richmond, Virginia It covers her modeling career as she meets some corrupt casting directors who bring her out with the wrong crowd Eventually she finds sanctuary at the Playboy Mansion where she enjoys four years as Hugh Hefner s guest In that time she makes countless friends, experiences surreal events, and falls in love with the Playboy Mansion lifestyle Though the story doesn t end happily ever after, Malorie walks out with a positive attitude having gone through the experience of a lifetime This book was previously published as Everyone s Best Friend at Playboy.

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    One thought on “My Playboy Story: Hopping from Richmond to Hollywood

    1. Melanie Johnson on said:

      The content of this book isn't bad, but there should have been an editor that corrected quite a few spelling errors and sentences that were repeated several times. At times, I felt like I was reading from a high school diary because some of these women are emotionally immature. However, anything Hef related is fascinating and I enjoyed the read. Hef is getting older and won't be around much longer. The one thing I got out of this book is that Crystal is one smart gold-digger.

    2. Dann on said:

      From Bench Warmer model and indie actress Malorie Mackey comes the tell-all memoir Everyone’s Best Friend at Playboy. Though never a Playboy model or girlfriend of Hugh Hefner, Mackey became a regular Mansion guest for 4 years and a personal friend of Crystal (Harris) Hefner. A fan of E!’s The Girls Next Door, she became infatuated with the Mansion and began to actively pursue an invitation in 2011 after placing in the Miss California USA Pageant. Mackey goes on to recount how she worked the [...]

    3. paulie on said:

      (this was a giveaway copy. my thanks to malorie herself making this possible, though this does not influence my review)e word ignorant has essentially come to be a pejorative rather than it's truer sense of simply uneducated. i was not familiar with ms. mackey previous to spotting her book, and by looking at the updated cover i assumed she was a model/playmate, which she was not. as soon as a friend found out i was interested in the book they were quick to pocket her in a negative/lesser catego [...]

    4. Danielle on said:

      I think most people are curious about the unknown and the playboy mansion has always had an element of mystery. I have mixed feelings about this book it reads like a story. It describes Malorie Mackey rise and fall from the playboy world. She started out as a farmers daughter from Virginia. She was part of the pageantry world and aimed to be more. She wasn't the typical fake busty blonde willing to do anything to achieve her goal. However she did have to join the club scene and mix with people w [...]

    5. Amanda on said:

      I received this book for free through Giveaways. As always, an honest review.My Playboy Story is just what it sounds like, Malorie's story of her time at the Playboy Mansion. She was not one of Hef's girlfriends or a Playmate, as many would assume. Calorie ended up being invited to movie nights by an acquaintance, and soon became a regular at Playboy events. Her time in the world of Playboy was a dream come true. This book gives a much different perspective from other Playboy stories that I've [...]

    6. Richard Cosgrove on said:

      I like reading autobiographies about interesting people who have done interesting things, and so a potential peek behind the curtain at what goes on at the Playboy Mansion was too good to resist.However, while Mackie gives some insight into life at the Mansion - which appears to consist mainly of movie nights four times a week and the occasional PG-13 party - the most entertaining thing about this book is how desperately Mackie tries to convince herself that she is nothing like the hangers on, t [...]

    7. Teena in Toronto on said:

      The author describes herself as "the girl next door" and her dream was to get to the Playboy Mansion. She wasn't a playmate and had no desire to be one so she had to find someone of influence to get her to the mansion. She eventually befriends a playmate and gets invited to a movie night in 2011 and spent the next four years as a "guest". There were weekly movie nights she attended and she ended up befriending Hugh Hefner's wife, Crystal (this doesn't end well).In the book she said she worked at [...]

    8. Tonya on said:

      So the book was just okay. I literally read it in one day - it probably took me a total of 5-6 hours to finish, at most. The grammar and errors were incredibly irritating, as if the publisher didn't check that the book was edited before printing and it reads a lot like a young teen's diary rather than a published book. I purchased it after having read Holly and Kendra's books and I wanted another perspective. I used to love watching Girls Next Door and Malorie often references back to the show. [...]

    9. Katarina on said:

      I don't say this very often, but do yourself a favour and skip this book. The writing is bad, full or errors and the writer is so immature that it's beyond annoying. It's also way overpriced on amazonI requested this book as I was very curious to get a behind the scenes look at the Playboy mansion. Malorie was never a playmate, and just hung out at the mansion, but there wasn't much of a 'behind the scenes' look in this book. She went to the mansion, watched movies and interacted with a few of t [...]

    10. Jesus Figueroa on said:

      This book was something else. It's not the typical look at what I've done with my life type book, it's got some actual heart and substance. Malorie Mackey takes readers through a journey into her young model career and the people who will take the advantage of that. It's a fast and an exciting read. This book is great for anyone that is looking to chase their dreams no matter what it takes to achieve them. I enjoyed the read and would recommend it to others.

    11. Neil on said:

      I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review.I found this book read like a young school girls diary.The book was very repetitive and left me feeling very disappointed and sad for the author in her attempt to get to the playboy mansion.

    12. Damian K. on said:

      I enjoyed this book a lot. I found her positive attitude about the mansion refreshing and different. The edit could have been better, but I was still very involved in the story the whole way through.

    13. Damian K. on said:

      This is the second edition of "Everyone's Best Friend at Playboy." I liked the first edition, so I wanted to read the second. I enjoyed this one more. It seemed to have more backstory and more depth than the first edition, and I still enjoyed her positive attitude about the mansion a lot. I was very entranced in her journey, and the edit of this new edition seems much better than the first. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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