Despite her poise and smile for the cameras, Jackie Kennedy's life
was far from perfect. Behind closed doors, Jackie struggled with bouts
of depression, endured a heartbreaking road to motherhood, and had
difficult relationships with those closest to her. As a wife devoted to
an unfaithful husband, she struggled with insecurities and humiliation.
She even wrestled with her own temptations for both other men and
divorce. Living in the public eye intensified her feelings of disgrace,
but Jackie clung to the belief that she could make JFK change. Through
the years, though, Jack Kennedy's lustful escapades grew in careless-
ness and frequency, and most needling for Jackie were his trysts with
Marilyn Monroe. Rumors, nude photos, and even Marilyn herself
tormented Jackie. When Marilyn becomes equally careless and unstable,
Jackie must decide how far she will go to protect the presidency and
to save her marriage.