To describe Laura Banks’ newest memoir as “breezy” is doing a disservice to tornadoes everywhere. In this dishy, tell-almost-all stream-of-consciousness recollection of her time in Hollywood, Banks fires off thirty brief chapters in which she might change the subject five or six times per chapter! It’s a quick read, and at the center are several chapters detailing her time as a supporting actress on the set of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, and her subsequent months-long relationship with its leading man, William Shatner. This makes it interesting reading for Trek fans whose (pointed?) ears are itching for somewhat-edgy gossip about their favorite celebrities.