NEW YORK (AP) — "Jersey Belle" star Jaime Primak Sullivan has more than one way of getting real.
Sullivan has a deal with Touchstone for a "hilarious and frank fish-out-of-water memoir" about living in Birmingham, Alabama, that is scheduled for publication this fall. The book is called "Saved by the Belles: The Southern Education of a Jersey Girl," Touchstone announced Monday.
Besides the "Jersey Belle" reality series, which airs on Bravo, Sullivan is also the creator of Cawfeetawk, an online program. Her memoir will be co-written with Eve Adamson.
Touchstone is an imprint of Simon & Schuster.