Tera Patrick

Tera Patrick

Tera Patrick is another huge name of the porn industry who has been inducted into both the AVN and XRCO Halls of Fame. Patrick is one of America’s favorite porn starlets of the Millennium and still regularly receives millions of views on the tube sites. See anal sex with hot girl as an example. Once married to the porn star Evan Seinfeld and still owner of her own production company (TeraVision), she is (like fellow performer Jenna Jameson) a successful businesswoman.

Published in 2010 and written with the help of the journalist Carrie Borzillo, Sinner Takes All is a no-holds barred, and very personal, account of Patrick’s life. Though revealing, there are familiar ingredients here including plenty of emotional obstacles, poor relationship choices, difficult family ties and a deep depression resulting in a suicide attempt.

Certainly dark in places, Patrick described writing the book as a “cathartic” experience and there is a sense of a journey shared when you read this book. In fact, the process allowed Patrick to mend the fractured relationship with her mother and address her separation from Seinfeld.

Well received by her audience, Sinner Takes All has plenty of positive reviews from critics.

“The fast-reading memoir whips from knowing to naive and back as it tracks its plucky protagonist from ugly-duckling school days to international adult superstardom.”

However, the book is probably best summed up by one celebrity reviewer, Dave Navarro when he described Patrick’s autobiography as “… an inspirational read with a clear message: There are no limits when one is determined, motivated, and driven.”

Certainly dark in places, Patrick described writing the book as a “cathartic” experience and there is a sense of a journey shared when you read this book. In fact, the process allowed Patrick to mend the fractured relationship with her mother and address her separation from Seinfeld.Certainly dark in places, Patrick described writing the book as a “cathartic” experience and there is a sense of a journey shared when you read this book. In fact, the process allowed Patrick to mend the fractured relationship with her mother and address her separation from Seinfeld.Certainly dark in places, Patrick described writing the book as a “cathartic” experience and there is a sense of a journey shared when you read this book. In fact, the process allowed Patrick to mend the fractured relationship with her mother and address her separation from Seinfeld.

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