"I really have no idea what will happen with us. The jury is still out," Rielle writes, according to ABC News which received an advance copy. "But I can honestly say that the ending is of no concern to me anymore. The love is here. And as sappy as it may sound, I love living in love." Gag.
And here's a delicious tidbit:
Hunter depicts Elizabeth Edwards as woman routinely angry at Edwards, who constantly "barks" demands at her husband, summarily fires staffers and vigilantly works to maintain a public persona as a "saint" when, Hunter writes, really she is a "witch on wheels."
Elizabeth died after a battle with breast cancer in late 2010. Just call her Rielle Monster.
And gross: Hunter refers to John as "Johnny" throughout the book.
It's set to publish June 26.