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Gennifer Flowers: Passion and Betrayal First Edition Edition

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ISBN-13: 978-0964047938
ISBN-10: 0964047934
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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 166 pages
  • Publisher: Emery Dalton Communications; First Edition edition (May 1995)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0964047934
  • ISBN-13: 978-0964047938
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 6.5 x 9.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #278,196 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By A Customer on November 23, 2000
Format: Hardcover
Intriguing,informative and positive-Reading this first autobiography by Gennifer Flowers was an amazing journey into the woman's life,thoughts and,so to speak,"inner world".
Because it not only describes her most famous one-time lover,Bill Clinton's attractive but complicated personality from all angles as it is supposed to,but also reveals her insightful observations on every single thing that happened to her life,regardless of whether it was private or public,and her ability to express them to the fullest.I was struck as I read one page after another,especially by her excellent sense of humor which remains unwavering both in times of euphoria and in times of trouble and ordeal,even at the moment when her life itself seems to be in jeopardy because of the relationship with Clinton.
Yes.Although completely betrayed by none other than her caring but cunning and powerful lover,she never flinches,and after going through so much pain caused by the man,she finally overcomes it with that remarkable attitude.It is at that moment that she "betrays" him in return,by leaving him behind inwardly and moves forward,free of any hatred or obssession.Thoroughly affirmative and positive-that may be the reason why I found it so refreshing when I finished reading.
Therefore,I believe that this book is worth 100 times as much as the more famous similar book,Monica's Story,and that this one definitely needs to be republished at this particular moment-the end of the Clinton Presidency.
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By A Customer on July 1, 1998
Format: Hardcover
Why I believe everything Gennifer says in her book. She has said many times on television interviews what she tells in her book. She never trips up when asked over and over about the twelve years she had the relationship with Clinton.
She describes Clinton to the (T) just how he acts today. When she tells about the things he talked about with her alone, it sure sounds like him when we hear him talk to us the American people.
Gennifer describes Clinton as she had been the wife, as a wife usually knows the husband better than anyone else. Hillary seems as though she does not even know her own husband.
There are a lot of shocking chapters also in Gennifer's book on what kind of man Clinton really is.
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Excellent book. Gennifer asked Bill is Hillary a lesbian. His very graphic answer - Hillary has been with more women than I have!

Hillary also had affairs with Webb Hubbell (Chelsea is the offspring according to Clinton insiders) and Vince Foster, who was her emotional husband.

Remember back in the 1992 campaign the Clintons and their surrogates were saying (cynically lying) all the women making allegations about having sex with Clinton were nuts, sluts, liars.

Here is a sampler of the real story:

Gennifer says that Bill used to play sex games with food: "Bill would slowly squeeze the honey all over my body; then sensually rub it all over me ... We also used to love to sit on the floor and play sex games using all sorts of food. He would blindfold me, then go to the kitchen ... I loved it when he would slowly pour juice into my mouth until it overflowed, and little streams of liquid would trickle down my naked body. Before long we'd both be so turned on, he'd be rubbing this smooth, gooey mixture all over me. He'd take me to the bed, I'd pull him down on top of me, and we'd make love. What a sensation! ... After those food fests we'd both be covered with ketchup and milk and whatever ..."

[Gennifer Flowers, Passion and Betrayal, p.74-75]

Bill and Gennifer were also into bondage, dripping wax, ice cubes and spanking - all the standard sex freak stuff. Their nickname for Bill's penis was "Willard" and Gennifer in her book says Bill would refer to Hillary as "Sarge" or "Hilla the Hun." [When with Dolly Browning, Bill would call Hillary the "Warden."]

Gennifer says she took silk scarves and tied up Bill to her bedposts. Gennifer says, "I teased him and played with him until he was almost out of his mind with excitement ...
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That's for lawyers, judges and juries to do. But, judged by internal, emotional coherence, the events described in the book seem true.

Gennifer comes across as a warm, down to earth and honest person. In fact, she reminds me of Bill Clinton himself and I suppose, emotionally, Bill Clinton's personality is close to Gennifer's, who is humorous, generous, discrete but not without a temper and the inevitable self-righteousness that goes along with a temper.

It's difficult to judge the book's fidelity to Gennifer's true personality, without knowing Gennifer personally, because the book was written "with" Jacquelyn Dapper. It's not clear how much of the book comes from Gennifer's tape recorded conversations or other direct descriptions and how much comes from Jacquelyn. Since Gennifer signed off on the book, however, we must assume that she approved of the final product, and therefore we must also assume that the book presents an adequate and honest description of Gennifer's views.

Gennifer is portrayed as a normal American woman whose life was "harmed," (she's too resilient for us to use a stronger word) by her relationship with a married man and by the fantasies that she wove around that relationship.

We might wish to find great literature here, but that is not the intention of the book. It is written in simple language, and I believe it gives us a nice snap shot of the American character during the late 20th century. I'm sure it will long remain a classic in late twentieth century political literature when the names Karl Rove and Dick Morris are known only to specialists of the period.

Get it and read it. I think you'll learn to love Gennifer with all her faults, just as most Americans love Bill and Hillary Clinton with all their faults. All three "happy hookers" and as perennial as the American bison (used to be.)
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