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When you look at actor Rob Lowe -- especially on the cover of his new book, "Love Life" -- you can't help but think that guy has it all: looks, talent, a great marriage and family, and a successful career.If there's one thing the new book confirms, it's how much Lowe relishes a challenge.Lowe aims to inspire readers to take chances -- and appreciate what they have. Part self-help, part Acting 101, part-memoir, the book is a reflection of Lowe's layered life. Lowe could have written an entertaining book on life behind the scenes in Hollywood, but it's clear he wants to connect with readers by choosing experiences that become teaching moments. Lowe names some names (his torturous kissing scene with singer Jewel and actor Tom Sizemore's personal meltdown are two examples), but is coy about other famous "friends" -- tantalizing readers with only hints of the players in some juicy stories.
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