My Life with Jacqueline Kennedy Author:Mary Barelli Gallagher, Frances Spatz Leighton (Editor) Some women are born to be queen--or its equivalent. Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis is such a woman. — Born to cause excitement wherever she goes, to attract all eyes. Always at the very center--and yet aloof from it. — Born to exact homage, to be a law unto herself, to be obeyed, to be sought after. — Born to have power, to be envied, followed,... more » copied, watched--and to be worshipped.
That is the women called Jacqueline--the woman who has become a living legend.
Once in a generation does a woman possess such a magnetism that the world is spellbound by her, seeing only what she wants it to see. And even when the spell is broken, people still wonder; they still ask what actually happened, what is Jackie Kennedy really like? What was real, and what was the dream?
I can tell you that not everything was as it seemed. I know, because for eight incredible years I lived in Jackie's world as her Personal Secretary, before, during, and after John F. Kennedy entered the White House.« less