Teen Mom Confidential

By Sean Daly & Ashley Majeski

  • Release Date : 2013-05-10
  • Genre : Performing Arts
  • FIle Size : 3.32 MB
Score: 3.5
From 29 Ratings


Teen Mom Confidential Think you know everything about Amber PortwoodJenelle EvansKailyn LowryMaci BookoutFarrah AbrahamCatelynn Lowell,Chelsea HouskaLeah Messer and the rest of MTV’s famous young moms?
Think again! From how the girls of 16 and Pregnant were cast to the Teen Mom stars’ outrageous diva demands and the touching letter from Stormie Clark to the granddaughter Farrah won‘t let her see, these are the true, behind-the-scenes stories of TV’s most fascinating and controversial shows.
Forget the rumors! Teen Mom Confidential is packed with first hand memories, newly published photos and updated interviews with the cast members everyone is talking about.
This book contains 250 pages of news, gossip, interviews and photos — everything you ever wanted to know about the stars of Teen Mom and 16 and Pregnant.


  • Overpriced in my opinion for what you get.

    By ~Devastated~
    There were some things in this book that I didn't know about but a lot of it I already knew. The book had a lot in it about places which I really didn't care about. If I wanted the information about the towns, cities or states I would have looked it up. The book jumps around a lot! And could have been written better. I personally think the ebook was overpriced. The book doesn't make MTV look that great and if the things written about MTV are true than MTV is pretty messed up. In the book it says MTV makes the girls reenact scenes and they interfere in the storyline to make things appear differently than how things really are or happened which is really messed up. From what I got out of this book the girls only do the show for the money cause they don't seem to care for MTV or how the editing is being done. MTV should of just shown things how they really happened, hence it being called reality TV! Reality TV is not reenactments or MTV meddling in it.
  • Good and bad qualities, but mostly bad

    By icantwait48
    As an avid viewer of both "16 & Pregnant" and "Teen Mom", I'm glad to have found this book. It tells the truth, at least about what fame does to a person. The downside: so poorly written. The grammar is fine, but who edited this book? The correct spelling of "publically" is "publicly". As a grammar nazi, it drove me nuts. Punctuation was also in places it wasn't supposed to be and vice versa. As I read, I felt as if I were just reading from a HollywoodLife news article, which I guess is pretty entertaining, too. As I read the book, I felt a sense of bias toward the fame that MTV brought to the girls and their families. The writers did their best to tell the truth, but, especially with their sources, I felt as if 50% of the stuff they said were lies, too. While it's a fun read, we can never know the complete truth behind the scenes. I'm still skeptical as to how legitimate all this information is, but I know for a fact that whatever is in this book is far more realistic than what happened onscreen.
  • amazed!

    By smoody93
    Amazing amazing book. I am SOOOOO glad i bought it. You won't be let down. I am positive they probably worked really hard on this book, so give them credit and be appreciative for them writing and making this book for us! Way to go Ashley and Sean!!!