Faris still has a lot of love for her estranged husband, and admits that when they first started dating, she was always trying to find proof that he wasn't as nice as he came off.
Throughout the book, she praises the Guardians of the Galaxy star for his unflinching support of her throughout their marriage. "He brought out something in me that made me want to be feminine in a very traditional way," she recalls, noting that when she told him she wanted breast implants, he responded, "'Honey, I love your body no matter what you do.'"
She adds, "When we finally got together, it was hot and heavy in a way that I'd never experienced before. ...I couldn’t have fallen more headfirst into my feelings for Chris."
Faris recalls going to her 20-year high school reunion, and while she did not have Pratt escort her, he was there to pick her up. "It did feel a bit like the lion rescuing the lioness from the hyenas," she writes, admitting that she was a bit insecure about attending the event. "It was amazing to watch the reaction as he came through the door. I still felt like headgear-wearing, awkward Anna Faris but when Chris came in, he was all movie star. There was a collective gasp as he whisked me away."