It's called "What remains" by Carole Radziwill.
She was married to the cousin of JFK Jr. and best friends with Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy.
She lost her husband and her closest friends within 3 weeks of each other.
It's a moving novel you just don't want to put down.
You fall in love with the way she writes... the way she is so honest.
and while reading this novel... I can't help but be a little curious about John John's girl.
The author writes about Carolyn's hands.
"She wasn't afraid to touch. She held my hand while she talked to me, or when we walked down the street. She played with my hair, absentmindedly, when she was making a point. It took me some time to get used to all the touching. She missed the barriers, the walls of politeness, the invisible personal space we protect. There was no awkward embrace with her, no hesitation. She hugged you tight."
Perhaps I'm most intrigued because she's how I am.