This is a wonderful and intimate account of the childhoods and marriage of Jack and Jackie Kennedy with 32 pages of personal family photographs. It is a fast and insightful read with many secrets that would not have been published if either of them were alive! I would recomend it to anyone interested in the Kennedy presidency.
Theirs was a fairy tale romance: the beautiful, poised and sophisticated lady wedded to the dashing and charismatic young leader of the most powerful nation on Earth. Admired and adored, their union inspired the dreams of millions. But no one knew the truth about the marriage of John Fitzgerald Kennedy and Jacqueline Lee Bouvier, for their intimate relationship was always veiled in mystery and mystique...until now.
Containing stunning, never-before-released details of their lives beyond the public eye - the most provocative book ever written on the remarkable Kennedys - Jack and Jackie is an astonishing chronicle of passion, pain and infidelity; of the hidden secrets, steamy affairs and unspoken tragedies that shaped an extraordinary marriage. But above all else, it is an achingly human tale of courage and triumph - and a love story for all time.
actually a really fun read. has pictures inside also
"Steamy...a page-turner..." - New York Daily News