I was expecting a political memoir, but this is much more than some funny stories strung together. This is an in depth look at just exactly how politics and the public connect and a dishy look at that intersection in where there is more sex and drugs than in rock and roll. That part really took me by surprise and I never knew that politics have more groupies than NBA players. Lisa Baron admits that she had groupie tendencies and finds herself in compromising positions but explains them as youthful indiscretions. What is even more shocking is that these escapades take place right in the middle of the Christian Coalition. This is the tell all I bet that group would love to be forgotten. I adored the humor and self depreciation that the author displayed.