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I Love You, Ronnie

by Nancy Reagan

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A sweet, sweet testament to an iconic love story. Nancy Reagan writes of her romance with Ronald Reagan. Interspersed between Nancy's musings are letters, cards, and telegrams written by "Ronnie" to his beloved wife. The love which they felt for one another is evident on every single page. Included are many pictures as well as photos of the original letters. A touching read celebrating a great romance. ( )
  briandrewz | Feb 1, 2014 |
I Love You, Ronnie can be devoured in under an hour. While reading it, I kept recalling images of Nancy Reagan leaning across Ronald Reagan’s coffin and patting it as she spoke to him and saying her personal goodbyes. The image was touching: a spouse completely and totally in love with her husband, mourning his passing. It would appear from the letters that Ronald Reagan was equally devoted. There certainly were some anachronisms present in the way that Reagan regarded his wife and family, but he did seem completely enamored with them—particularly Nancy, his help-mate. ( )
  Voracious_Reader | Apr 13, 2011 |
This may well be the last president to leave letters to his wife behind.Soon we will be reprinting emails, even text messages. The book is nicely done with photographs, copies of a valentine,Thanksgiving card, even a mother's day greeting.even telegraphs. ( )
  carterchristian1 | Sep 4, 2010 |
I Love You, Ronnie is the compilation of letters of Ronald Reagan to Nancy Reagan. The Giant Print Edition makes this book very easy to read. It can be found in the library under the number B/Rea.
  salem.colorado | May 15, 2010 |
This is a sweet love story about real people who traveled through challenging times together. The female reader is a little weak. The male reader, Leo Burmester, almost sounds like Ronald Reagan!
  cng12345 | Feb 7, 2008 |
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No matter what else was going on in his life or where he was—travelling to make movies for G.E., in the California governor's office, at the White House, or on Air Force One, and sometimes even from across the room—Ronald Reagan wrote letters to Nancy Reagan, to express his love, thoughts, and feelings, and to stay in touch. Through letters and reflections, the characters, personalities, and private lives of a president and his first lady are revealed. Nancy Reagan comments on the letters and writes with love and insight about her husband and the many phases of their life together.

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A collection of correspondences between Nancy and Ronald Reagan allows a glimpse into their lives and illustrates the deep love and compassion they have for each other.

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