Everyones Best Friend at Playboy

Everyones Best Friend at Playboy What Is It Like To Go From The Girl Next Door To Super Pin Up Or Going From The World Of Pageantry To The World Of Playboy Malorie Provides An Entertaining Read With Lots Of Personal First Hand Accounts Of What Goes On Behind The Gates At The Playboy Mansion Everyone S Best Friend At Playboy Follows Malorie S Personal Journey As A Young Model Through The Politics, Games, And Joys Of The Playboy Mansion Malorie Spent Four Years As Hugh Hefner S Guest At The Playboy Mansion, And She Has Some Stories To Tell Each Day, After She Came Home From A New Adventure, She Would Sit Down And Write Malorie S Manuscript Is The Result Of Her Diligent Diary Entries Of Each And Every Adventure She Had Or Witnessed At Playboy Her Journey Starts With Corrupt Casting Directors, That Indirectly Got Her Invited To The Playboy Mansion It Shows The Inner Politics And Daily Routine Of The Mansion Itself, With Everything Inevitably Leading To A Falling Out With The Lady Of The Manor, Crystal Hefner There Is Definitely A Great Story Within Those Dusty Old Walls, And Malorie Does A Great Job Of Telling It All MalorieMackey Keywords Playboy, Model, Pin Up, Playboy Mansion, Hef, Hugh Hefner, Malorie Mackey

Malorie Mackey is an actress and model based out of Los Angeles, California Malorie grew up in Richmond, Virginia where she loved sports, the outdoors, animals, and all forms of art She took to acting at a young age, so it was no surprise when she decided to go to college for theatre While in college, Malorie studied body movement with the DAH Theatre in Belgrade, Serbia, voice in Herefordshire

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 180 pages
  • Everyones Best Friend at Playboy
  • Malorie Mackey
  • English
  • 02 March 2017

10 thoughts on “Everyones Best Friend at Playboy

  1. says:

    The content of this book isn t bad, but there should have been an editor that corrected quite a few spelling errors and sentences that were repeated several times At times, I felt like I was reading from a high school diary because some of these women are emotionally immature However, anything Hef related is fascinating and I enjoyed the read Hef is getting older and won t be around much longer The one thing I got out of this book is that Crystal is one smart gold digger.

  2. says:

    From Bench Warmer model and indie actress Malorie Mackey comes the tell all memoir Everyone s Best Friend at Playboy Though never a Playboy model or girlfriend of Hugh Hefner, Mackey became a regular Mansion guest for 4 years and a personal friend of Crystal Harris Hefner A fan of E s The Girls Next Door, she became infatuated with the Mansion and began to actively pursue an invitation in 2011 after placing in the Miss California USA Pageant Mackey goes on to recount how she worked the club scene and eventual made a contact that got her into the Mansion, and then become a regular guest at Hef s movie nights until a falling out with Crystal She also goes into the friendships that she made with the Playboy models and Hef s girlfriends and eventual third wife Crystal, along with the backdoor cat fighting that followed Crystal s breakup and subsequent reconciliation with Hef However, Mackey seems to protest too much that she was never taken in by the debauchery and lasciviousness that she surrounded herself with, painting herself as an innocent who went to the Manson for the ambiance and interesting people the basic I read Playboy for the articles excuse Still, she seems genuine enough and comes off as likable and grounded While it s not the most well written memoir, Everyone s Best Friend at Playboy is an interesting look at the post Girls Next Door era of Hefner and the Mansion.

  3. says:

    I think most people are curious about the unknown and the playboy mansion has always had an element of mystery I have mixed feelings about this book it reads like a story It describes Malorie Mackey rise and fall from the playboy world She started out as a farmers daughter from Virginia She was part of the pageantry world and aimed to be She wasn t the typical fake busty blonde willing to do anything to achieve her goal However she did have to join the club scene and mix with people who weren t who she would have chosen This books gives insight to not just mansion life but the whole playboy industry It was interesting and full of drama It shows how hard it is to get into a popular line of work such as modelling and what lengths people are willing to go to I m going to be honest I haven t read many autobiographies therefore I am not an expert but this one is worth the read 4 stars out of 5 I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review

  4. says:

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways As always, an honest review.My Playboy Story is just what it sounds like, Malorie s story of her time at the Playboy Mansion She was not one of Hef s girlfriends or a Playmate, as many would assume Calorie ended up being invited to movie nights by an acquaintance, and soon became a regular at Playboy events Her time in the world of Playboy was a dream come true This book gives a much different perspective from other Playboy stories that I ve read about Malorie s entire life didn t revolve around staying at the mansion, so she could enjoy her experiences without feeling desperate to stay I enjoyed her well rounded perspective of her time at the mansion and life in general She was smart about what she wanted and didn t want She is sweet, but definitely a little niece, which she admits There are always many sides to a story, especially when it comes to a franchise such as Playboy It s all about perspective Do I think Malorie s experiences were the entire story about all of Playboy No, but it was her story and that s valid And also nice to get a different perspective from the typical drama and cattiness told about the mansion I did think the writing needed polishing Enjoy the story Take from it what you will, which is exactly what Malorie did from the mansion.

  5. says:

    I like reading autobiographies about interesting people who have done interesting things, and so a potential peek behind the curtain at what goes on at the Playboy Mansion was too good to resist.However, while Mackie gives some insight into life at the Mansion which appears to consist mainly of movie nights four times a week and the occasional PG 13 party the most entertaining thing about this book is how desperately Mackie tries to convince herself that she is nothing like the hangers on, the wannabe models, the vacuous personalities that hang around Hugh Hefner hoping to become famous, and yet she spends the first year of this book willingly hanging out with a Playboy agent called Russell, who she regularly tells us she despises, just so that she can achieve her dream of visiting the Mansion Even after she has eventually been there, she continues to hang around him for several months despite having a fiance, and then husband who must surely be the most patient and understanding man in the world to let his wife hang out with people she openly despises several times a week at home because she doesn t want to hurt his feelings.We re then treated to detailed descriptions of several hundred trips to Disneyland, several dozen movies, and the constant reiteration that she s most definitely NOT a hanger on, but is happy to hang out at the Mansion several times a week, eating their free food and drinking their free drinks though she rarely touches alcohol, God forbid, and has never been drunk because that s for losers and letting Hef s wife take her to the exclusive members club at Disneyland for dinner several times.Don t get me wrong, this isn t an awful book, it s just not that interesting and reads like a teenager s diary which perhaps isn t surprising as it s culled from her detailed journal entries that she wrote every day , complete with grammatical errors, typos, and a very enthusiastic use of commas enough, in fact, to see her through her next ten books I shouldn t wonder.Despite apparently being everybody s best friend , Mackie doesn t actually seem to like many people at the Mansion at all, and frequently tells us that going there often bored her and that she couldn t wait to get away.I m sure Mackie has a wonderful life, and in fact she tells us that she s happy that her dreams weren t derailed into eternal mediocrity like everybody else who she grew up with and who she is gracious enough to visit, on a whim, whenever the mood takes her , but as far as providing an entertaining read with lots of personal first hand accounts of what goes on behind the gates at the Playboy Mansion this short book makes it sound as exciting as watching nail varnish dry.

  6. says:

    The author describes herself as the girl next door and her dream was to get to the Playboy Mansion She wasn t a playmate and had no desire to be one so she had to find someone of influence to get her to the mansion She eventually befriends a playmate and gets invited to a movie night in 2011 and spent the next four years as a guest There were weekly movie nights she attended and she ended up befriending Hugh Hefner s wife, Crystal this doesn t end well.In the book she said she worked at Bench Warmer I m assuming it s the company that produces trading cards with female models, including playmates She didn t say what she did there but whatever it was she had a lot of flexibility as she was able to spend two or three nights a week at the Playboy Mansion plus go to Disneyland often with Crystal According to her website, she is an actress and a model.I found it odd that her dream was to get to the mansion From the sounds of it, a guest is a mooch or hanger on She would go to the mansion and have supper and then hang around to watch a movie with Hef and the gang Where you sat was determined by what Hef and or Crystal thought of you You had to stay in their favour or you would be dropped from the guest list This happened a couple times to the author and it was really stressful for her.Apparently the author would record the events every night in a journal and that s exactly how the book seemed to me a diary written by an immature 16 year old She should have had someone professional proofread it The writing could have been tighter as there was a lot of repetition of information, sometimes in the same paragraph Her use of exclamation points was excessive There were many typos here are some examples hints instead of hence , ally instead of alley , quite instead of quiet and John Lovitz instead of Jon Lovitz Plus there were a lot of grammatical errors.What kept me reading this book is 1 I was curious to see what it was like in the Playboy Mansion the author made it sound very bland zzzzzz and 2 it s a short book 135 pages on my iPad.This is not a book I would recommend.Blog review post

  7. says:

    So the book was just okay I literally read it in one day it probably took me a total of 5 6 hours to finish, at most The grammar and errors were incredibly irritating, as if the publisher didn t check that the book was edited before printing and it reads a lot like a young teen s diary rather than a published book I purchased it after having read Holly and Kendra s books and I wanted another perspective I used to love watching Girls Next Door and Malorie often references back to the show I feel like she tries to portray herself as this innocent person, but anyone who is partying every weekend without their fiance and trying their hardest to get into the Playboy scene is not as innocent as they look She talked a lot about Crystal and being afraid of her wrath but it sounded like she was just as fake to Crystal as Crystal was to her It was interesting to hear about the mansion after GND, but I feel like it was just one big run on sentence of a book If Malorie was just hanging out at the Mansion because it was a life long goal of hers to go there, how come she documented every single day and returned so often Seems like she was just in it for fame or with the intent to author a book about it.

  8. says:

    I don t say this very often, but do yourself a favour and skip this book The writing is bad, full or errors and the writer is so immature that it s beyond annoying It s also way overpriced on I requested this book as I was very curious to get a behind the scenes look at the Playboy mansion Malorie was never a playmate, and just hung out at the mansion, but there wasn t much of a behind the scenes look in this book She went to the mansion, watched movies and interacted with a few of the people there, but overall there was very little worth reading in this book However, I do have to admit I read the whole book I was tempted to DNF, but in the end I was curious to see how it ended.

  9. says:

    This book was something else It s not the typical look at what I ve done with my life type book, it s got some actual heart and substance Malorie Mackey takes readers through a journey into her young model career and the people who will take the advantage of that It s a fast and an exciting read This book is great for anyone that is looking to chase their dreams no matter what it takes to achieve them I enjoyed the read and would recommend it to others.

  10. says:

    I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review.I found this book read like a young school girls diary.The book was very repetitive and left me feeling very disappointed and sad for the author in her attempt to get to the playboy mansion.

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