This book provides some interesting but sad details about the man who hold the "honorable" office of President of the United States. He is less than honorable. Gennifer flowers reveals a very dark side of this person, who only has his interest at heart. Hats off to her. It must of took a lot,for her,to get though the making of this book. Wish her only the best.
Thank you Anonymous Press for uncovering this treasure trove of Gennifer Flowers information.
From the book jacket:
When American's ask" What is Bill Clinton really like?" only Gennifer Flowers can tell them.
This provocative work is exciting, fresh, entertaining and extraordinarily perceptive in a way that has never before been achieved: for only in the intimacy of love is one's truest, most unvarnished nature revealed.
The parallels between Gennifer and the man who would become the twentieth centuries most fascinating President run from their troubled family backgrounds through their chosen high-profile careers. In these pages we meet a pair of lovers united through a common humanity, and we see this love ultimately and heart-breakingly shattered by inner conflict and the commanding destiny each of them must face.
William Jefferson Clinton is undoubtedly the most free spirited American to hold the nation's highest office. With his enigmatic mix of sensitivity, sexuality and his canny grasp of the workings of power, he personifies an American archetype of shrewd masculinity and exemplifies a dangerously find balance between the forces of calculated pursuit and appetites out of control.
Gennifer flowers proves an exhilarating model for the emergence of dynamic women on the world stage. She shows the triumphant face of one who has encountered stunning adversity and achieved success in the most treacherous of professional arenas. With the razor-sharp insight of her seasoned journalists eye and the stylish magic of her musician's ear, Flowers has crafted a dazzlingly powerful political love story like no other, a personal saga truly emblematic of the full spectrum of American life.