I love the movies Dirty Dancing and Ghost and subsequently was a fan of Patrick Swayze. I was intrigued to read this book, especially since it appeared to be about and written by both Swayze and his wife. However, the beginning chapters detail how he came across as egotistical because he went on and on about himself and how he overcame this. Unfortunately, I do not think he did. The book was not well written and included little about or written by Niemi. Although it is an autobiography it came off extremely "me,me,me, I'm so great", which is not something you want in such a book. I did not walk away thinking more highly of Swayze, in fact it has made me fear I will view two favorite movies less favorably now that his comments are in my head.