The book focuses mostly on the mansion and reality TV life, but the end briefly covers her life since then (she's married with a kid now).
She talks a lot about the girls who were less than nice to her, and those are the only parts I'm hesitant to believe. That seems like one side of petty drama more than the truth. I do believe everything she says about Hefner though. She speaks like a girl who was trapped and manipulated for so long and has finally come to terms with the terrible situation she was in.
It is very empowering to read, and hopefully she can reach out to some people who might be looking to leave a bad situation.
She's also very smart. A lot of the girls who came and went through the mansion were (despite the popular 'bimbo' belief). And for this reason, the book is actually really well written. It's easy to read and a page-turner. It would make a great book club pick because you'll just want to discuss how INSANE this life she led is with everybody you come across.
Now I would just like more tell-alls from every girl mentioned in the book.