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Author: James Hewitt
ISBN: 1857823184
Pages: 296 pages
Publisher: Blake Pub; 1st edition (October 26, 1999)
Language: English
Category: Historical
Size ePUB: 1767 kb
Size Fb2: 1584 kb
Size DJVU: 1498 kb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 986
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Subcategory: Biography

e-Book Love and War epub download

by James Hewitt



This book gives valuable, historical insight into the actual personality of Diana, Princess of Wales and her extra-marital relationship with James Hewitt.

This book gives valuable, historical insight into the actual personality of Diana, Princess of Wales and her extra-marital relationship with James Hewitt. And forget that dreadful Princess in Love book: The real story of Diana and James Hewitt is here, without flowery embellishment.

The explosive best-seller from the former lover of Princess Diana. Details (if other): Cancel. ISBN13:9781857823189. Release Date:November 1999.

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James Lifford Hewitt (born 30 April 1958) is a British former cavalry officer in the British Army.

James Lifford Hewitt (born 30 April 1958) is a British former cavalry officer in the British Army. He came to public attention in the mid-1990s after he disclosed an infidelity that he had engaged in with Diana, Princess of Wales, while she was still married to the heir apparent to the throne of the United Kingdom, Prince Charles

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I think he’ll go on trying to avoid me now until he leaves home ssing the playground, but he’s neve.

I think he’ll go on trying to avoid me now until he leaves home ssing the playground, but he’s never in his room when I try to see him in the lunch hour. Perhaps it’s for the best as far as he’s concerned, but I’m beginning to feel more and more desperate, as though he’s trying to deny everything that’s happened between us: all the fond words and silences, all the love

Si?n James brings her customary narrative flair and ear for dialogue to this novel of love, scandal and grief set in wartime rural Wales

Si?n James brings her customary narrative flair and ear for dialogue to this novel of love, scandal and grief set in wartime rural Wales. As Rhian's loneliness grows, Ilona's influence leads her friend to confront the conflicting passions at work within her. Faced with the interests of art-teacher Gwynn Morgan (a married man with whom Rhian fell in love before meeting her husband) she finds herself questioning the morals imposed upon her by her upbringing, and eventually even her love for her absent husband.

The former lover of Princess Diana reveals details of their relationship and describes his legal battle to retain ownership of the personal letters sent to him by the Princess during his tour of duty in the Gulf War
Breder
I think the book is well named. It is an ego trip written about the author's love for himself, not Diana. it is also about the War that happened over in Iraq and the war with his Italian girlfriend who stabbed him in the back gaining his trust so she could steal Diana's letters for the British newspaper. I didn't really think it had too much about his affair with Diana. Like I wrote, it was more of a story about his life, and his love-James Hewitt.
Blackredeemer
Good read
Tane
I have this book. James was so in love with Diana. He was really good for her. He was so much better for her than Charles. To bad they could not have been together after her divorce. They were a good couple and so in love.
Sadaron above the Gods
I believe it is an honest account of "the affair" and it negates the vicious and wicked media accounts. I would recommend this book to "truth seekers". Also it helped me better understand The War in the Gulf and the vital part that Britain contributed.
Wohald
Well written and an interesting look at the Royal family and Princr Charles relationship with Diana and Camilla.
Mojind
Well written and interesting photos. Delivery fast and packaged well.
GODMAX
This book gives valuable, historical insight into the actual personality of Diana, Princess of Wales and her extra-marital relationship with James Hewitt. It clearly shows that, although needy, she was far from the hysterical borderline personality that so-called "royal experts" such as Penny Junor have tried to portray her as being. And forget that dreadful Princess in Love book: The real story of Diana and James Hewitt is here, without flowery embellishment. Diana is shown to be witty, flawed, complex, warm, and delightful. Hewitt readily admits both his idiocies and accomplishments in turn. His honesty gains sympathy as he progressively becomes a victim of a hopeless (and treasonous) relationship; his own mistakes; the tabloid press; and finally the British establishment. I received this book as a gift. Before reading it, I expected it to reinforce my previous view of "James Hewitt is a worthless cad." Instead, James Hewitt's formerly inscrutable decisions and actions now make a great deal of sense. I have increased respect and sympathy for him and for the Princess of Wales, both of whom were trapped in an impossible situation with no future but nevertheless, to paraphrase Dylan Thomas, sang in their chains like the sea.
This book left me feeling broken. I feel for both Diana and for James Hewitt. I don't doubt that they were in love and I think they would have had a good life together, but they both should have known better than to get involved in such a hopeless situtaton. Diana knew her marriage was over long before the divorce, she put up with a lot, but she was still a married woman with two children to raise who will have good morals. How must they feel to know both of their parents were untrue to each other.
What Anna Feretti did was unforgivable. No matter how hurt she may have been over the pictures of Hewitt and a lady, she had no right to steal Diana's letter from him and give them to the Mirror. What was she thinking. The greatest ones to suffer from this insensitive act would be the children, the only innocents left in the royal family.
Hewitt fought long and hard to get those letters back and I know they mean a great deal to him and he likes to read them over for comfort, but they need to be buried along with Diana. He will always have her in his heart and that way he can be assured no one else will ever see them.
I wish him a happy life. Diana was a shining star and the skys are so much darker without her light surrounding us. But I know that up there in heaven she has found her peace at last and happiness that will last forever. She was a true gift from God.