Washington, The love story of U.S. President Barack Obama with a girl in his past, lifted to the surface. Daily records of an Australian woman who had been a lover of young Obama, calling on Obama’s personal warmth, but also calm and cool attitude from number one man in the United States today.
The woman was Genevieve Cook, an elementary school teacher who is the daughter of Australia diplomat. Cook tells the secret Diary of a romance with Obama in New York, USA in the 1980′s past, is now published in a new book. Genevieve met with Obama at Christmas party in New York in 1983 as the secret diary found by Washington Post reporter David Maraniss. Their love story was made into a book titled biography of Barack Obama: The Story.
Barack Obama: The Story” written by David Maraniss yag will be launched in the near future. But content diary fragments have been first published in the magazine “Vanity Fair”.
The book reveals Cook first night with Obama that was 22 years old. Also about the things in Obama himself that makes Obama so attractive in the eyes of Cook.
“I think he made me dinner. Then we went and talked in his bedroom. And then I stay. Everything seemed inevitable,” Cook wrote in her diary in the book.
In the book, revealed how the seeds of love grow between them, until then dimmed when the couple lived together.
“Obviously there are The warmth of sex – but beyond that there are sharp edges and I think it is disturbing and makes me want to retreat from it all,” Cook writes about the reason to end love relationship with Obama.
“His warmth can be deceiving,” said Cook. “His words were sweet and he could open and trustworthy, but there is also a cool attitude,” said Cook.
Their relationship ended in 1985. The diary also revealed about their togetherness. Starting from when they examined the books, so when cooking. She mentioned Obama loved to make tuna sandwich, Just like his grandfather was often done for him.
In his famous autobiography, “Dreams of My Father”, Obama just mentioned a little about Cook to refer to it as “a woman in New York that I love”.