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Because she was exposed to such high levels of toxic horrifying secondhand smoke, she never had the curiosity or desire to smoke and she never will! Dayna shares an eye witness account of how this horrifying addiction has manipulated and destroyed many lives from the west coast to the east coast of the USA.enter site
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Dayna shares an eye witness account of how this addiction has penetrated and influenced the music, film, and TV industry and has claimed the lives of very famous celebrities; musicians, actors, and many prominent people. From the most obscure life on the streets of Las Vegas to the most infamous on the silver screen, the addiction knows no boundaries. All the identities have been protected and all names have been changed.
Included in this book are many non-fiction personal accounts of survivors, sufferers, supporters of this important cause, and hard-working champions, who continue fighting to this day to raise awareness of the horrifying dangers and health risks of smoking.
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Dayna wrote this important book to raise awareness about the dangers and horrors of smoking and to protect children and animals from exposure to dangerous secondhand smoke. Smoking in the presence of children should be considered child abuse and she strongly desires to prevent any more from needless suffering, including our four-legged animal friends. Read more Read less.
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Clearly her 'bff' sees Cady struggling and offers her nothing. All kinds of red flags should have proceeded this revelation however, Cady chose to ignore them. She simply forges on. Soon after, she is duped again as she receives a token of Lees' friendship in the form of a 'precious' ring. I know this sounds jaded but if someone gave me anything of high dollar value, I would have that baby appraised and insured asap I lose everything.
That is not a matter of mistrust but pure logic. Sadly, Cady missed that opportunity and Lee went on with her deceit and lies allowing the facade to continue. The clues just keep coming and Cady just keeps ignoring. The final factor was Cadys' agreement to have money wired for short periods of time through her bank. This action was rewarded with Cady lightly questions Lee and she quickly snaps should have been a final straw for the dense Cady.
Additionally, this 'work' was supposed to bring in 2k however, Lee justifies this as too much since the other 'members' of Lees' work entourage were getting significantly less and drops her pay by Even people interviewing her about the book see online are almost mocking Cady with her lack of insight to all the signs of illicit behavior from her friend. She smirks and looks into the camera: Bff or not this is simply pure logic.
I am curious as to what happens between them when Lee completes her jail time. Will she write her memoir? Will she seek retribution from her ex friend for profiting from what could partly be construed as her story? I read that Smoke was optioned for a movie. I do not think this story was intriguing or entertaining enough to make into a movie but I digress The encapsulated version is online and told in around 20 minutes. It speaks to Lees' side of events and really says it all. This is not a deep read but an entertaining one if you don't dig too deep.
May 30, Sandy rated it it was ok. I'm sorry, but if you dance with the devil at some point you need to pay the Piper pun intended. Seriously, millennial girl, when did you ever think it was legal, right, moral and just to keep funneling tens of thousands of dollars through your checking account? Or buy Febreeze to throw into suitcases of pot to deliver across the country?
Nice lesson for the next generation. I gave the book two stars not because of the subject matter, but because it was difficult to follow at times. Even if the author had a ghost writer, she obviously couldn't maintain and it got hard to figure out where she was, who she was trying to be, and what she was trying to lie about. If that was the intent, it came through loud and clear, but then the book could have been written in a different person.
Mar 09, Sheryl rated it really liked it Shelves: I that this was a very interesting read. I really liked the way the author told her story. It was honest and really showed her as the naive young girl she was. I've read other reviews that start,"How can anyone be that naive. We come from sheltered childhood were things like that would never occur to us. We are warned about men taking advantage us and things but not someone that comes on like they are ou I that this was a very interesting read.
We are warned about men taking advantage us and things but not someone that comes on like they are our friend when we are desperately needing a friend. Cady did find out what was going on but really didn't see a way out of it. By that time it was already to late. I thought she did the right thing in the end. She was victimized by a predator; believe me they can be male or female.
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I really enjoyed this book and think others who read it will get an eye opener about who some people sweep down on you at your lowest and take you for everything they can. Jul 10, Reby Parsley rated it really liked it. Overall, this book is an incredibly easy and fun read. I was captivated by the author and main character's, Meili, overly naive personality and gullibility specifically in regards to her best friend, Lisette, the self-proclaimed Samsung heiress and Pot Princess of Beverly Hills. Meili and Lisette's relationship is abusive at best. However, with that said, I really wanted to know more about Lisette's lies and deception to Meili and the rest of Team LL.
Meili fell for Lisette's lies and stories ho Overall, this book is an incredibly easy and fun read. Meili fell for Lisette's lies and stories hook, line, and sinker and it would have been nice to know Meili's reactions when she discovered the horrible deceptions perpetrated by her supposed "best friend". After finishing the book I took a look at Meili's blog housearrestgirl.
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Nov 02, Kennedy Cornish rated it it was ok. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. She met a friend from her acting class whose name was Lisette. Lisette, always talked about having an awesome life, with party boats, and more money than Meili could imagine.
One day Lisette asked Meili to work for her, and she just had to simply deposit money in a bank account. Meili, though this was great she would be paid, thousands of dollars for depositing thousands of dollars. Until, Lisette showed her who she was working with large, Mexican men , with big suitcases Meili never thought anything was wrong. One day she hoped on a plane, to deliver the suitcases, when a fight broke out and she found Marijuana. Aug 19, Terrance Zepke rated it really liked it. I was fascinated by this story. Throughout this book, I couldn't tell if Cady was truly naive and as stupid as she makes herself out to be or if she was faking it so as to make herself look better to her family and friends and the U.
While she admitted to knowing that she was a drug smuggler, she downplayed her involvement by saying that she didn't realize exactly what she was doing for a long time and didn't realize many other things that seemed glaringly obviously--at least to me I was fascinated by this story. While she admitted to knowing that she was a drug smuggler, she downplayed her involvement by saying that she didn't realize exactly what she was doing for a long time and didn't realize many other things that seemed glaringly obviously--at least to me.
Regardless of whether you believe she was innocent for the most part duped and manipulated by Lissette, who she believed was her best friend or whether she is far savvier than she presents herself, you will be fascinated with her story. This book is well written and quite compelling. Feb 09, Christina McKee rated it it was ok Shelves: I am flabbergasted by how naive and gullible this woman was Jul 26, Kristen Schrader Wenke rated it it was ok Shelves: I really didn't care about the pages about her trying to make it as an actress in LA.
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