While many folks may consider the epic romance of Britney Spears and Kevin Federline worthy of becoming a novel, no one has taken the initiative to pen such a tome … until now. It turns out that Federline‘s aunt, a woman named Diane Story, is an aspiring author who self-publishes her own e-books. And from the look of her official website, it doesn’t seem like she is very successful … but all of that could change. Story has written a book titled Pop Baby: Krissy Doucet that appears to be based on the failed Spederline love affair. Interested? Click below to learn more.
An erotic novel was inspired by Britney Spears and Kevin Federline’s two years of marriage, Radar Online reports. Kevin’s aunt, Diane Story, is the author of “Pop Baby Krissy Doucet”, the first book in a planned series. The novel follows dancer Keenan Fazio and “pop princess” Krissy Doucet. A blurb for the book reads, “The moment Krissy set her sights on Keenan, she knew he was amazing. Choosing him at the club was one of the best decisions of her life. Yet how can she compete with the beautiful Tara Butler? A woman from Keenan’s past who understands his sexual desires. Would sharing Keenan in Tara’s bed be their only option for love?” Britney became entangled with Kevin, her back-up dancer in 2004 and announced their engagement while Kevin’s ex-girlfriend Shar Jackson was pregnant with their second child. Britney and Kevin got married in October 2004, starred in a short-lived reality show, got two kids and divorced in 2007. According to the official site “Pop Baby Krissy Doucet” will be in stores April 26 and a sequel “Pop baby Maddy Fortin” will be released the next month. A lucky winner of Story’s online contest will be granted “One Britney Spears & Kevin Federline Wedding Invitation”.
LMAOOOOO!!! This is just … too brilliant. Look, I can’t fault Diane Story for trying to capitalize on the failed relationship between Britney and Kevin. Hell, K-Fed himself has made a career of milking his failed marriage for as much as possible. As much as I love me some Britney, I find it very hard to imagine any scenario where reading this book might be interesting to me so … I think I’m gonna pass. That said, I might have to enter the contest to win that Spederline wedding invitation. I know, I hate myself, too. What do y’all think of this book? Do you think it’s something you might like to read?