Although she is a Broadway and Hollywood star, Kristin never puts on airs. (I know she had a cowriter, but it's definitely Kristin's voice throughout the book.) She has kept her values and remains loyal to the friends she made decades ago. I met so many interesting people on the pages of this book: other superstars, strict singing teachers, struggling actors, and salt of the earth Oklahomans. It was especially great fun imagining the New York moments as Kristin describes them.
As with any celebrity these days, there is a specific controversy that follows Kristin as she crisscrosses the country for her performances. I won't go into details; that's what Amazon.com is for. Suffice it to say that it is exactly this issue and how the actress/singer handles it with grace, that made me pick up the book in the first place.
I rarely keep books after I have finished them. Very seldom do I reread a book and space is limited in my tiny house. However, a few stories stay on my mind and on my shelf long after I have finished the last page. A Little Bit Wicked will be one of them.