Don't Ask Forever: My Love Affair With Elvis
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In this REVISED AND UPDATED version of her 1994 hardcover, Joyce Bova has written an additional chapter, which most revealingly chronicles her personal life before and after Elvis. She also discusses the Presley/Nixon meeting and reiterates the real reason behind Elvis’s visit to Washington, D.C. Additionally, there are dozens of digitally enhanced color photographs. Many of them are new and were not in the original book, along with some that were. She has added a postscript divulging some events she neglected to include in the hardcover, as well as a very touching P.P.S.
Joyce is an identical twin. Elvis was born an identical twin. Joyce shares her innermost thoughts, and Elvis’s, about his conflicts in coping with the absence of his twin and how severely it impacted his life.
It started out like a fairy tale. She was a beautiful, hardworking Congressional aide. He was America’s most explosive entertainer. They met one night in Las Vegas in 1969…a night that changed Joyce’s life forever.
Now Joyce reveals all about her love affair with Elvis Presley. From the glittering public stages of Las Vegas to Elvis’s Graceland palace…glamorous celebrity parties to steamy hotel room trysts…from Joyce’s pregnancy with Elvis’s child to her agonizing decision to finally walk out on the “King.” DON’T ASK FOREVER is the intimate true story of two star-crossed lovers—and a revealing portrait of an Elvis Presley you’ve never seen before…and will never see again.
Joyce Bova worked for the U.S. House of Representatives for thirty years, serving mostly on the staff of the Armed Services Committee. In addition, she is an award-winning ballroom dancer who still performs and teaches dance with her husband, and occasionally with her twin sister. She now lives in Northern Virginia with her husband.
William Conrad Nowels is a novelist and screenwriter, as well as the author of articles on American politics and culture for the Baltimore Evening Sun. He lives in New York City.
Great book a lot new material added and the color photos are fantastic.