Lunden Roberts, a former exotic dancer and the mother of Hunter Biden’s love child, Navy Joan, is set to publish a revealing memoir titled “Out of the Shadows: My Life Inside the Wild World of Hunter Biden” in August. The book, published by Sky Horse Publishing, will delve into the turbulent relationship between Roberts and Biden. The release of the memoir is scheduled for August 20, coinciding with the Democratic National Convention (DNC) happening in Chicago, Illinois from August 19 to August 22.

This memoir follows the resolution of a child support dispute between Biden and Roberts nearly a year ago. As part of the agreement, Biden committed to providing $5,000 in monthly child support for their daughter.

“He was sitting there wearing nothing but parrot boxer briefs, organizing his pipes on his Rosemont Seneca desk,” an excerpt from Roberts’ upcoming memoir says. “I was sitting in Barack Obama’s actual chair from the Senate floor. I took another look at Hunter – this kind, intense, and startlingly transparent man – and thought, ‘this is definitely a guy I want to get to know better.’”

In her memoir, Roberts recounts her experience of relocating from Arkansas to Washington, D.C., and reflects on the profound impact that her initial encounter with Biden had on her life, describing it as an extraordinary and transformative journey.