That being said, her advice is hilarious, if at times pretty obvious.
Most notable is her idea that the way to a man's heart is to first ignore, ignore, ignore.
The tossed-off tell-all anecdotes which worked so well in Dickinson's first two memoirs fall flat in this format.
The book meanders with advice that applies more to six-foot, size-zero supermodels than to the average American woman.
gives advice on dating, mating, and extricating as only Janice Dickinson could.
That being said, I must first confess that I am a huge Dickinson fan.
I've already shared this book with my 58 year old boss who loved it as much as I did.
Also hilarious, her take on Internet dating ("If the camera adds 10 pounds, the Internet adds 40.")I thought this book was funny, but not necessarily useful in everyday dating situations.
I loved her on ANTM and think the show is an empty shell without her, and I love her on the Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency.
If you don't like her on either one of these shows, or in general, then you're wasting your time picking up her book.
She dished about her long, hard climb to the top of the supermodel world in No Lifeguard on Duty, and then she updated American on her life as a sober, wisened, hard-working mom in Everything About Me is Fake..I'm Perfect.
She's already revealed the most shocking and titillating anecdotes from her super-life, so her third book is packaged as a dating guide featuring her "patented blend of hard-won romantic wisdom and diva chic." She even manageds to dredge up a few more dating and bedroom antics to throw in her advice chapters.
As a whole, I'd read it for the laughs, not as a dating guide. It is an easy read that is hard to put down, and by the time I was done I felt like Janice was on of my favorite girlfriends and we had just returned from a girls night out full of gossip and laughs.