The autobiography of one of the wrestling world's top women stars - the flaming redhead and dragon-tattooed diva who fought her way back to the top after a devastating stunt accident threatened to end her career. Lita put paid to the idea that the role of female wrestlers was to stand in the corner looking pretty. Her style was explosive, leaving the ropes to execute breathtaking aerial manouevres that few but the best could master. Breathtaking trademark moves like the Hurricanrana, the swinging DDT and the moonsault from the top rope won her the World Wrestling Entertainment women's championship. But one fierce piledrive into the canvas while she was performing as a stunt artist on the set of the TV show Dark Angel changed her life forever. Lita: It Just Feels Right is the story of a free spirit who literally broke her neck and battled right back. Her life has been characterised by determination and independence: before she became a star she had travelled the world in search of adventure, played bass guitar in a rock band, and studied judo and kickboxing. A heroine to millions of WWE fans worldwide, Lita's story is one of inspiration, thrills, and success against impossible odds.