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FREE READ ï Dancing with the Devil The Windsors and Jimmy Donahue É It shouldn't be a fascinating read this book it really shouldn't It's just higher gossip about how Wallis Simpson took a younger lover after her marriage to Edward and how she and said lover enjoyed nights of nonpenetrative and principally oral sex It shouldn't be a fascinating read this book it really shouldn't It's just higher gossip about how Wallis Simpson took a younger lover after her marriage to Edward and how she and said lover enjoyed nights of nonpenetrative and principally oral sex I mean who cares Shouldn't our minds be on higher things The trouble is it's all absolutely fascinating The lover was the mad bad and dangerous to know Jimmy Donahue grandson of Woolworth's founder Frank W Woolworth heir to millions and considered to be dashingly good looking From the. What's fascinating

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Man he loved only to have her take off with another man However it was never uite so simple as this Edward didn't want a normal sexual relationship with Wallis really he got all of the satisfaction he wanted from playing with her feet while she evidently continued to adore him even if she found that the need for sexual satisfaction drove her into Donahue's arms It might even have been that Edward knew but didn't mind The whole thing reads like some kind of royal soap opera and as such it's absolutely riveting Christopher Hart cou. It was a fun book a

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Dancing with the Devil The Windsors and Jimmy DonahuePhotos in the book he looks a bit like a baby faced bore but maybe having those millions in the bank skewed perceptions of him somewhat Donahue could fly a plane could speak several languages was a marvelous raconteur and on top of all this was a promiscuous homosexual That didn't stop him from forming a passionate friendship with Wallis however that soon turned into than mere friendship Wilson suggests that this constituted on Wallis's part perhaps the greatest betrayal in history Edward gave up his throne and kingdom for the wo. Potentially interes