Holly Madison is putting her drama with the Playboy Mansion behind her, shifting focus to her crazy life in Sin City in her New York Times Bestseller "The Vegas Diaries." While "Down the Rabbit Hole" focused on her controversial relationship with Hugh Hefner, as well as her bitter friendship with Kendra Wilkinson, her latest book reveals what happened after she left Hollywood for Las Vegas. A., the drama followed her to Nevada, where she once again tried to strike a balance between work and her relationships ...a balance that wasn't easy when the lines began to blur.
I was more concerned with including the anecdotes that made me the most emotional when they happened, because those are the kinds of stories I respond to as a reader," Madison tells toofab about her latest novel.
One of many famous celebs who married much younger women, Hugh Hefner has only been married a couple times but he's dated continuously.
Not that it's unexpected, but some of the gorgeous women on Hugh's arm have been caught on celebrity sex tapes with other high-profile men.
The breaking point for the couple came when Benji called her up, explaining how someone from her team called "'his people,' asking him to appear on my show. I knew they wanted him on the show, I just didn't think anyone would ever go behind my back to ask." Looking back at her dating life balancing act, Holly tells toofab that it was difficult, in general, to keep the two worlds separate.
"It was definitely hard to strike a balance because, in my dating life, I wanted to have the authenticity of getting to know people off camera and I was also concerned with keeping my private life private," she explains.