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WOOOOOO! Are you ready for this, WWE Universe? For the first time ever, WWE's illustrious father-daughter duo "Nature Boy" Ric Flair and Charlotte come together to tell their legendary story. Ric Flair is a 16-time World Champion and two-time WWE Hall of Fame Inductee. His four-decades long career is recognized as one of the greatest of all time, but with success comes a pri WOOOOOO! Are you ready for this, WWE Universe? For the first time ever, WWE's illustrious father-daughter duo "Nature Boy" Ric Flair and Charlotte come together to tell their legendary story. Ric Flair is a 16-time World Champion and two-time WWE Hall of Fame Inductee. His four-decades long career is recognized as one of the greatest of all time, but with success comes a price. Despite his effortless brilliance in front of the cameras, his life away from the cameras includes personal struggles, controversy and family tragedy. Through his bond with Charlotte, he's becoming the father he needs to be while rediscovering the legend he has always been. Charlotte grew up in the shadow of her famous father, "the dirtiest player in the game," but now she is poised to take the Flair name to new heights. As the inaugural WWE Women's Champion, Charlotte has had an impressive career, and she's just getting started. With the (dare we say it) flair of the "Nature Boy" running through her blood, Charlotte is destined for greatness. Find out how she embraced her heritage and battled her own challenges through her rise to the top of WWE. For these two Champions, sports entertainment is simply SECOND NATURE.


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WOOOOOO! Are you ready for this, WWE Universe? For the first time ever, WWE's illustrious father-daughter duo "Nature Boy" Ric Flair and Charlotte come together to tell their legendary story. Ric Flair is a 16-time World Champion and two-time WWE Hall of Fame Inductee. His four-decades long career is recognized as one of the greatest of all time, but with success comes a pri WOOOOOO! Are you ready for this, WWE Universe? For the first time ever, WWE's illustrious father-daughter duo "Nature Boy" Ric Flair and Charlotte come together to tell their legendary story. Ric Flair is a 16-time World Champion and two-time WWE Hall of Fame Inductee. His four-decades long career is recognized as one of the greatest of all time, but with success comes a price. Despite his effortless brilliance in front of the cameras, his life away from the cameras includes personal struggles, controversy and family tragedy. Through his bond with Charlotte, he's becoming the father he needs to be while rediscovering the legend he has always been. Charlotte grew up in the shadow of her famous father, "the dirtiest player in the game," but now she is poised to take the Flair name to new heights. As the inaugural WWE Women's Champion, Charlotte has had an impressive career, and she's just getting started. With the (dare we say it) flair of the "Nature Boy" running through her blood, Charlotte is destined for greatness. Find out how she embraced her heritage and battled her own challenges through her rise to the top of WWE. For these two Champions, sports entertainment is simply SECOND NATURE.

30 review for Second Nature: The Legacy of Ric Flair and the Rise of Charlotte

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alok Mishra

    I admire Ric Flair for the man he is and has become with his constancy and dedication. Charlotte, on the other hand, is a new generation start and is rising on the stairs her father already has. This book unfolds a few interesting aspects of these two superstars of wrestling entertainment.

  2. 4 out of 5

    James Hold

    Sad to see the greatest professional wrestler of his day spend 300 pages kissing Vince McMahon's ass. Sad to see the greatest professional wrestler of his day spend 300 pages kissing Vince McMahon's ass.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Briana Oswalt

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I'm not sure if you have any questions about how much you please contact the government has been in touch of delivering on Saturday morning my darling and construction industry to know when you're free kick awarded a chance for me other people who were not possible that it would not be able skills in which has to offer you please send your business is happening with the government I'm not sure if you have any questions about how much you please contact the government has been in touch of delivering on Saturday morning my darling and construction industry to know when you're free kick awarded a chance for me other people who were not possible that it would not be able skills in which has to offer you please send your business is happening with the government

  4. 4 out of 5

    David Rand

    phenomenal read my top 5 as far as wrestling books

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    Let’s be honest, I’m giving this a 5 because it’s a book (partially) written by my favorite wrestler, Charlotte Flair. The book is split in 2, the first half written by her dad Ric Flair and the second part is written by Charlotte. There were a few typos and sometimes the stories written by Charlotte didn’t flow too well, but it gave it a very “raw” feeling, like you were legit reading her personal diary. She was very open about her personal relationships and the emotional abuse she went through Let’s be honest, I’m giving this a 5 because it’s a book (partially) written by my favorite wrestler, Charlotte Flair. The book is split in 2, the first half written by her dad Ric Flair and the second part is written by Charlotte. There were a few typos and sometimes the stories written by Charlotte didn’t flow too well, but it gave it a very “raw” feeling, like you were legit reading her personal diary. She was very open about her personal relationships and the emotional abuse she went through. I could feel the pain that she felt as I read the pages. It is actually the reason why I stopped reading this book and started The Woman in Cabin 10, I was just not emotionally stable myself to be reading about incidents like that and I needed the break. I’m glad I finished it though, it was a great read. Ric really loves to tell stories and he sure has a lot to share. The book ends with Charlotte winning the Women’s Championship title at Wrestlemania 32 which was in April 2016 so a lot has happened since then. I hope she comes out with another book!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Amber

    Second Nature Review I thought this book deserved a five star because it was a very compelling and tremendous insight into both Ric and Charlotte's wrestling career... It was also emotional to read especially when Charlotte said at first wrestling wasn't her dream it was her brother Reid's dream.... I love how Charlotte/Ashley said she is living and making her brother's dream come true through her career.... Also it showed how Ashley/Charlotte was scared but brave to get out of a relationship th Second Nature Review I thought this book deserved a five star because it was a very compelling and tremendous insight into both Ric and Charlotte's wrestling career... It was also emotional to read especially when Charlotte said at first wrestling wasn't her dream it was her brother Reid's dream.... I love how Charlotte/Ashley said she is living and making her brother's dream come true through her career.... Also it showed how Ashley/Charlotte was scared but brave to get out of a relationship that was toxic and the domestic violence she had to endure during her first marriage... I would definitely recommend this book whether you are or not a wrestling fan because you will learn the battles that both Ric and Ashley had to go through to make them who they are today in the wrestling world.... WOOOOOO!!!!!!

  7. 4 out of 5

    leanne

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. championships game is that you have any plans tonight so much better today👩💀👍👐 and I'm just trying not going anywhere near me know when you're ready at your parents forget my car so many different things that will work out for sure if they don't care how many times have changed my phone died after work tomorrow morning and have some good 👍the on yourself for sure what happened there irony of the world cup qualifying campaign against them to me about this weekend if it would probably going anywhe championships game is that you have any plans tonight so much better today👩💀👍👐 and I'm just trying not going anywhere near me know when you're ready at your parents forget my car so many different things that will work out for sure if they don't care how many times have changed my phone died after work tomorrow morning and have some good 👍the on yourself for sure what happened there irony of the world cup qualifying campaign against them to me about this weekend if it would probably going anywhere else can come back home now else you want your money and sweet potato chips 🍟the for my own business model number in his new to order one thing about your business

  8. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    Second Nature is the bio of the Nature Boy and hs daugher Charlotte. Dividing the book into twp parts is an interesting concept and almost works. If you've read Flair's first biography this is quite a let down and only follows the latter half of his career. Due to the limited space we get a small of idea of what he's been up two and a brief description of his time in TNA, but we all know where Flair's heart is. If Flair could have stopped kissing Vince's ass for more than five minutes this coul Second Nature is the bio of the Nature Boy and hs daugher Charlotte. Dividing the book into twp parts is an interesting concept and almost works. If you've read Flair's first biography this is quite a let down and only follows the latter half of his career. Due to the limited space we get a small of idea of what he's been up two and a brief description of his time in TNA, but we all know where Flair's heart is. If Flair could have stopped kissing Vince's ass for more than five minutes this could have been as good as his first book but sadly it just stumbles along and you wonder why the hell you're still reading this. The Charlotte portion doesn't fare as well either. It's a straight run of all the stuff she's done and how she broke into the WWE. Her father didn't pull any strings and she never even thought about following in her dad's footsteps until Reid asked her too. There are personal bits in each section. There's Charlotte's first marriage and of course the death of Reid Flair which isn't really talked about a whole lot and when it is we don't really get that he died of a heroine overdose. As a bio it's readable but not as good as it could be. So much is left out of Ric's side and the dirt we expect doesn't exist. Charlotte is just an entitled rich kid that does sports and both lack anything that would make you feel as if you're reading something new or even unique. It's strictly for fans that don't require a lot of subtance in their biographies.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Derek Harmsworth

    "Second Nature", an offering from "Nature Boy" Ric Flair and his daughter Charlotte is a fascinating study in contrast. The book, in which Ric pens the first half before his daughter closes the second half, centres around the time in which Ric-a legendary performer in the ring-is making his exit just as his daughter is making her somewhat surprising entrance. Along the way the two share some incredible good fortune mixed with heartbreak and despair. Both suffer through marital problems, as well "Second Nature", an offering from "Nature Boy" Ric Flair and his daughter Charlotte is a fascinating study in contrast. The book, in which Ric pens the first half before his daughter closes the second half, centres around the time in which Ric-a legendary performer in the ring-is making his exit just as his daughter is making her somewhat surprising entrance. Along the way the two share some incredible good fortune mixed with heartbreak and despair. Both suffer through marital problems, as well as the death of their son and sibling, Reid. It's remarkable to see their paths converge in the manner that unfolds. Ric, struggling with leaving the business he truly loves. Charlotte, discovering along the way just why it's all so captivating. Both of them losing themselves along the way, and finding themselves once more. Though most people may feel a little hard done by over the fact that the book is scant on the salacious "tell all" details of Flair's last literary outing, the book still ends up being a fascinating character study. If nothing else, the book is a great look at how dangerous an abusive domestic relationship can be, and the type of lasting emotional damage it can cause. Charlotte should be commended for many things in her young life. Her courage to free herself from this relationship, as well as speak so openly about the struggles involved, are chief among them.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    This is the story of the “nature boy” Ric Flair’s legacy and his daughter (Ashley’s) Charlotte’s rise in the WWE women’s division. Ric flair is a 16 time world champion and 2 time WWE hall of famer, who had a 6 decade long career with WWE ( at the time known as WWF or WCW). Charlotte is a 5 time WWE women’s champion (she doesn’t hold the title currently). This is their story of struggles, challenges and really any story that they have to share. I am really loving this book so far. I can relate This is the story of the “nature boy” Ric Flair’s legacy and his daughter (Ashley’s) Charlotte’s rise in the WWE women’s division. Ric flair is a 16 time world champion and 2 time WWE hall of famer, who had a 6 decade long career with WWE ( at the time known as WWF or WCW). Charlotte is a 5 time WWE women’s champion (she doesn’t hold the title currently). This is their story of struggles, challenges and really any story that they have to share. I am really loving this book so far. I can relate to this book by wanting to be a WWE superstar in the future. It’s kind of changing my perspective. It sounds like a rough job. You don’t really see your family. Only on your days off. For example, Ric got to see Ashley and Reid more than David and Megan. This book really grabs my attention. I love hearing the stories they tell. It’s not really like the average book. There are lots of photos of memories that they’ve made over the years. Most texts that I usually read like Stephen king, don’t have those. This is why I really love this book. From what I have read now, which is most of it, I would give it about 4 stars. If you really like wrestling and just like a good story, I really recommend it!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Lancaster

    I LOVED this book. My brother always watched WCW and loved the Nature Boy Ric Flair. I watched but couldn’t care less. I did enjoy spending time with my big brother. Since getting married, I’ve started watching wrestling with my husband. At first, I rolled my eyes. But I started to take notice when women were showed more as superstars who kicked butt and not valets in nearly nothing. I immediately liked Charlotte. Since I’m an avid reader, I wanted to read this book. I had no idea that Charlotte I LOVED this book. My brother always watched WCW and loved the Nature Boy Ric Flair. I watched but couldn’t care less. I did enjoy spending time with my big brother. Since getting married, I’ve started watching wrestling with my husband. At first, I rolled my eyes. But I started to take notice when women were showed more as superstars who kicked butt and not valets in nearly nothing. I immediately liked Charlotte. Since I’m an avid reader, I wanted to read this book. I had no idea that Charlotte and I had so much in common. She lost her best friend/brother and so did I, among other similarities. Wrestling will always make me think back, and today, it’s a way to still be with my bro in a sense. I have my hubs to thank for that. I recommend reading this, whether you’re into wrestling or not. ❤️

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kristine

    Second Nature: The Legacy of Ric Flair and the Rise of Charlotte by Ric and Ashley Flair is a free Goodreads FirstReads advance reader copy of a paperback book that I received in late August and finished in late September. Each Flair sets aside parts/chapters for their own dynamic, high-energy, motivated, first-person narration: ultimately, I prefer Ric's a lot more. Not just because he's a fellow Minnesotan, but his straight-shootin' absolute memory is really fun and a joy to read. In comparison Second Nature: The Legacy of Ric Flair and the Rise of Charlotte by Ric and Ashley Flair is a free Goodreads FirstReads advance reader copy of a paperback book that I received in late August and finished in late September. Each Flair sets aside parts/chapters for their own dynamic, high-energy, motivated, first-person narration: ultimately, I prefer Ric's a lot more. Not just because he's a fellow Minnesotan, but his straight-shootin' absolute memory is really fun and a joy to read. In comparison, Ashley/Charlotte's voice begins a little bit frivolous, a bit too perky (yes, I get it, you love sushi - I do, too), but it soon gains strength, esteem, drive, and true emotion. Kudos to both of them for their dedication and diplomacy within the WWE.

  13. 4 out of 5

    David Frantz

    I have always been a big fan of Pro "Rasslin". Ric Flair has always been the ultimate showman, a great entertainer as well as a great athlete. He thrived in the four horsemen during the territorial days of pro wrestling and when he joined Vince McMahon's sports entertainment. We all know Ric Flair,THE wrestler, but what makes this book special is we are introduced to Richard Fliehr , the husband and father. His legacy continues in the success of his children in the business as Charlotte has gone I have always been a big fan of Pro "Rasslin". Ric Flair has always been the ultimate showman, a great entertainer as well as a great athlete. He thrived in the four horsemen during the territorial days of pro wrestling and when he joined Vince McMahon's sports entertainment. We all know Ric Flair,THE wrestler, but what makes this book special is we are introduced to Richard Fliehr , the husband and father. His legacy continues in the success of his children in the business as Charlotte has gone on to be a star . Filled with poignant stories of success , failure and tragedy this is a book every wrestling fan should have in his library.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Zdzyloak

    I loved this book. Charlotte's story of empowerment, overcoming tragedy and becoming a role model was beyond inspiring. Not only did I become a bigger fan of hers professionally, I became a fan of her as a person. I still can't believe the amount of trials and tribulations Charlotte went through before reaching thirty years of age. More Charlotte and less Ric Flair would have made my review a 5/5. I loved this book. Charlotte's story of empowerment, overcoming tragedy and becoming a role model was beyond inspiring. Not only did I become a bigger fan of hers professionally, I became a fan of her as a person. I still can't believe the amount of trials and tribulations Charlotte went through before reaching thirty years of age. More Charlotte and less Ric Flair would have made my review a 5/5.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Andy Sullivan

    I loved this book! Being a huge fan of Naitch and Charlotte going in, and a big wrestling fan, I pretty much knew I'd enjoy the book. Don't get me wrong, it's much more than a wrestling book. There are some great stories in here as well as some heartbreaking tales from both Ric and Ashley(Charlotte). I think this book will appeal to wrestling fans and non-fans alike. They cover addiction, life threatening incidents as well as happier fare. You're going to love it! I know I did! I loved this book! Being a huge fan of Naitch and Charlotte going in, and a big wrestling fan, I pretty much knew I'd enjoy the book. Don't get me wrong, it's much more than a wrestling book. There are some great stories in here as well as some heartbreaking tales from both Ric and Ashley(Charlotte). I think this book will appeal to wrestling fans and non-fans alike. They cover addiction, life threatening incidents as well as happier fare. You're going to love it! I know I did!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Padya Paramita

    I love this book because of the way both Ric and Charlotte/Ashley are able to be open and honest about their profession, their families, and their relationship. I know it’s easy to assume that Charlotte has achieved the success she has because of her father, but this book shows how hard she has worked, how much she has been through and how much she deserves to be on top of a great generation of women wrestlers we see today. Kudos to Brian Shields for helping them capture their story.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Timothy Bishop

    The book was very good. I felt like I really got to know both Ric and Ashley (Charlotte). I read Rics first book and loved it. This one, he more or less praised Vince McMahon and didn’t really get much into his personal stories as much as I would have liked. Ashley told her story and I loved her part of the book a lot.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Phil Fretz

    A fascinating book This book doesn't just tell about the careers of Ric and Charlotte, it reveals the "inside stories." And, particularly in the case of Charlotte, it takes us inside their minds. Even if I were not a wrestling fan, and have never heard of Ric and Charlotte, I would have enjoyed this book. A fascinating book This book doesn't just tell about the careers of Ric and Charlotte, it reveals the "inside stories." And, particularly in the case of Charlotte, it takes us inside their minds. Even if I were not a wrestling fan, and have never heard of Ric and Charlotte, I would have enjoyed this book.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Muir

    A must read I had read alot of so so reviews on this book, it being a fluff piece because it was written by "WWE". This book brought me to tears on several occasions as both Ric and Charlotte detail their careers inside and outside the ring. A must read I had read alot of so so reviews on this book, it being a fluff piece because it was written by "WWE". This book brought me to tears on several occasions as both Ric and Charlotte detail their careers inside and outside the ring.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Gary Pointon

    Pretty safe book that only has fleeting moments of interest. Flairs parts are briefed over quickly and we get into. Charlottes childhood diary pretty much. Parts about Reid get a bit too much sorry to say but once the Rise of Charlotte in her wrestling career starts it gets decent

  21. 5 out of 5

    Alex Vega

    one of the best books I have ever read in my life. I was a fan of both Ric and Charlotte, but this book made me appreciate them even more. i recommend everyone to buy this book and read it!! it's that good one of the best books I have ever read in my life. I was a fan of both Ric and Charlotte, but this book made me appreciate them even more. i recommend everyone to buy this book and read it!! it's that good

  22. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    Interesting but not exactly mentally stimulating. Some stories were exactly what I was wanting to read, others (mostly about Ashley’s childhood) were a bit unnecessary to the overall narratives. Often the case with autobiographies. Still, worth a flick through for keen wwe fans.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    Although it had a ton of typos, grammatical errors (cmon, Editor!), and the pacing was odd I enjoyed this book a lot. It was really fun and interesting learning about Ric Flair, but even moreso learning about Ashley/Charlotte. What an inspiration!!!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Adrian

    Such an emotional book. I honestly prefer and read this book just for Charlotte’s side of the story but it’s still an amazing story between a Father and his Daughter. Even if you’re not a fan of WWE this is such an amazing book.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Taylor Pagliaro

    It is really sad, be on the lookout for you hat

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kady

    It was okay, easy to read but seemed more like a conversation than a biography.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Liz Sergent

    great read on father and daughter wrestling duo.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Steve

    Must have for wrestling fans.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ed Carpenter

    Best book ever This is the story of the best wrestler and his daughter. Get the insight of wrestling and the behind scenes.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Victoria Byrne

    Such a compelling book, I was hooked after the first chapter. Ric and Charlotte's story is an emotional rollercoaster that will be make you laugh and cry. Such a compelling book, I was hooked after the first chapter. Ric and Charlotte's story is an emotional rollercoaster that will be make you laugh and cry.

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