I'm a big admirer of Nicole Curtis' show, "Rehab Addict". She offers a breath of fresh air in her show, coming across both as cheerful and a bit of a smart-aleck. It makes me smile. That being said, I wish I had stuck with just watching her show. The book, a glimpse into her personal life, pulls back the curtain and casts a pall upon that impression of her. Ms. Curtis seems to bounce from one bad situation to the next, both in her choice of men and in her relationships with city officials. It was sad to read about how she keeps repeating her past mistakes. But, I guess, I admire her spunk in getting up and moving forward after each one.