Tera Patrick Memoir Set for Jan. 5 Release

Tod Hunter
LOS ANGELES — Performer Tera Patrick's memoir, "Sinner Takes All: A Memoir of Love, Marriage, & Porn," has been set for a Jan. 5 release from Gotham/Penguin books.

Described as "a no holds barred tell-all that takes an emotional and revealing look at the struggles Tera has gone through to find true love, happiness, success, and peace in a world that almost broke her," the book was co-authored by entertainment journalist Carrie Borzillo-Vrenna, author of "Cherry Bomb: The Ultimate Guide to Becoming a Better Flirt, a Tougher Chick, and Hotter Girlfriend and to Living Like a Rock Star"

"There was immediate chemistry between us," Patrick said. "When my publicist approached me with the idea of being in Carrie's book I was excited and found we shared a lot of things in common. As a fellow rock wife and sex/relationship columnist, I found that she understood my world, my story and my need to share my journey with others."

Borzillo-Vrenna is enthusiastic about the book.

"For the first time, Tera talks about her inner demons, her darkest days, and how she overcame those obstacles," Borzillo-Vrenna said. "I was surprised, inspired and impressed by how open and honest she was willing to be in this book. It takes a confident and brave woman to share her most private moments."

The hardcover book has a MSRP of $30. It can be ordered online now for delivery on the official publication date, Jan. 5, when it also will be available in bookstores.

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