Full Disclosure (Hardcover)

By Stormy Daniels, Michael Avenatti (Foreword by)

St. Martin's Press, 9781250205568, 288pp.

Publication Date: October 2, 2018

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Description

She was already well-known in some circles before March 6, 2018, but that's probably the first time you heard the name Stormy Daniels. That's the day she filed a lawsuit against President Donald Trump over a nondisclosure agreement negotiated before the election but never signed.

How did Stormy Daniels become the woman willing to take on a president? What is it like to be reviled by some, held up as a beacon of hope by others, and to be an object of fascination to all?

In this book, Stormy Daniels tells her whole story for the first time: about how she came to be a leading actress and director in the adult film business, the full truth about her journey from a rough childhood in Louisiana onto the national stage, and everything about the events that led to the nondisclosure agreement and the behind-the-scenes attempts to intimidate her.

Stormy is funny, sharp, warm, and impassioned by turns. Her story is a thoroughly American one, of a girl who loved reading and horses and who understood from a very young age what she wanted—and who also knew she'd have to get every step of the way there on her own.

People can't stop talking about Stormy Daniels. And they won't be able to stop talking about her fresh, surprising, completely candid, nothing-held-back book.



About the Author

Stormy Daniels is an adult film actress, director and screenwriter who has also played roles and appeared as herself in a variety of mainstream movies and television shows, including "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" and "Saturday Night Live." Full Disclosure is her first book.


Praise For Full Disclosure

“The latest and perhaps juiciest Trump tell-all to land this year” —The New York Times

"Due to land in October like a late tropical storm, and could affect the midterm elections" —New York Magazine

"..Blunt, funny and authentic. She is all the things women are not supposed to be. And yet you like her — not in spite of her rule-breaking but for it. Perhaps more important, when you read her story, you believe her." —Washington Post