Kiss and Tell is the story of Shannon Tweed, one of Hollywood’s most successful actresses. The book chronicles her life from her humble beginnings in Canada to her rise to fame as an actress and model. She talks about her marriages to both Gene Simmons (of KISS) and Kevin Bacon, as well as her struggles with addiction and bipolar disorder. The book is a candid look at the highs and lows of celebrity life.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for Shannon Tweed fans who want to know more about her life. It is also a good read for people who are interested in celebrity memoirs.
- The book is candid and honest, providing a realistic view of celebrity life.
- Shannon Tweed is an accomplished actress and model who has experienced a great deal of success in her career.
- The book is well written and easy to read.
- It’s a little too long
- Tweed tells her own story in a very self-serving way
- The writing is sometimes trite and cliched
Learn more about the author
Shannon Tweed is a Canadian actress and model. She has starred in such films as Gene Simmons Family Jewels, the 2009 remake of The Blob, and Scorned: Love Kills. Her memoir Kiss and Tell was published in 2018.
“Shannon Tweed is a brave and honest woman who has shared her life story with readers in Kiss and Tell. She bares all, discussing her marriages to Gene Simmons of KISS and Kevin Bacon, as well as her struggles with addiction and bipolar disorder. This book is filled with raw emotion and provides an insider’s look at the highs and lows of celebrity life.”
“Kiss and tell is a fascinating, honest read. Shannon Tweed doesn’t hold anything back as she chronicles her life story- the good, the bad, and everything in between. This book is definitely not your average celebrity memoir.”
“Kiss and Tell is a must-read for any fan of Shannon Tweed. It offers an intimate glimpse into the life of one of Hollywood’s most successful actresses.”
“Shannon Tweed has lived an amazing life and her memoir, Kiss and Tell, is a compelling read. She tells the unvarnished truth about her successes as well as her struggles with addiction and bipolar disorder. This book will keep you riveted from beginning to end.”