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What Really Happened: John Edwards, Our Daughter, and Me Hardcover – June 22, 2012
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What's amazing is this: Despite all of the revelations in the book about Elizabeth Edwards and even if you believe most of them are likely an accurate characterization, I would much rather spend a day with Elizabeth than Rielle.
Yes, Elizabeth Edwards was undoubtedly not a saint and Rielle Hunter is not Satan. But she certainly lacks both compassion and discretion. Nonetheless, what is done is done. And the most important folks in this story (and I think Elizabeth Edwards would agree) are the children who must find some solid ground and move forward in a loving way. It seems like the redemption to be found in this story is for John Edwards to be the kind of father to all of this children that Elizabeth would have hoped for. Part of that is ensuring that Elizabeth's children have the view of their mother that they deserve to have.
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I got this from the library. I refuse to contribute any $ to this woman. While reading it on a plane I was laughing so hard my fellow passengers probably thought I was having some... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mary
A bit strange at the beginning but eventually was quite educational about the "relationships" and how complicated they were.Published 2 months ago by TD
Hunter's capacity for delusion and self-justification is astounding. A disturbing look into the mind and selfish focus of "the other woman".Published 5 months ago by Michele
This book should be titled "Who Really Cares." Wife picked it up at a garage sale for a buck. I want my buck back.Published 5 months ago by Craig
I really enjoyed this book and i really enjoyed how Rielle handle herself.Published 12 months ago by Edgle Bennett
I shouldn't have read this one. I don't believe it was accurate. A tragedy for all. NormaPublished 18 months ago by Norma M. Heagy