It's not a personal thing; I just haven't had much luck with marriages." In 2009, Madison stated, "I'm never dating anybody again. I'm really happy with myself and being with my friends...
Holly Madison is putting her drama with the Playboy Mansion behind her, shifting focus to her crazy life in Sin City in her New York Times Bestseller "The Vegas Diaries." While "Down the Rabbit Hole" focused on her controversial relationship with Hugh Hefner, as well as her bitter friendship with Kendra Wilkinson, her latest book reveals what happened after she left Hollywood for Las Vegas. A., the drama followed her to Nevada, where she once again tried to strike a balance between work and her relationships ...
The show starring Holly and her two co-stars' life at the Playboy Mansion was an instant hit for E! Although not a Playboy Playmate, the initial success of the show was so great that Playboy published a nude pictorial of Madison, with her Girls Next Door costars in the November 2005 issue.
The women were featured again on the covers of the September 2006, March 2008, and February 2009 issues.
Holly left the mansion in 2008 when she was 28 years old, after being one of Hefner's girls for seven years.
She is pictured above with Hefner, Kendra Wilkinson (left) and Bridget Marquardt (second left) in 2004'All of those people who watched The Girls Next Door…
In the Season 3 episode "Girls Next Door," Madison stated that she wanted to have a career producing Playboy spreads.
In May 2016, Holly released her second memoir The Vegas Diaries: Romance, Rolling the Dice and the Road to Reinvention (ISBN 978-0-06-245705-9) which debuted on The New York Times Bestseller list.
"I'm really excited about the new series because I am also getting a legitimate co-producer credit for all the work I do behind the camera. I'm super excited to learn from the best and take on new responsibilities." In 2015, Holly released her memoir Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny (ISBN 978-0-06-237210-9).
The book details her life in the Playboy Mansion and the beginning of her recovery afterward.
She ran to Las Vegas and gave herself four years to climb out of the rabbit hole she felt like she had fallen into.
It was there that she was finally ready to fight her own demons and uncover what she wanted to do for the rest of her life - but not without some embarrassing experiences with men not Hugh Hefner.