When Wanda June Hill published her books on Elvis she received letters from women who had been fortunate enough to spend some time with him. Excerpts from several of these letters are re-printed with Wanda’s permission in BLUE STAR LOVE. Here is one . . .
(Comparing another girl’s experience with Elvis to hers) “…he wasn’t dirty-mouthed or said cuss words or used four-letter words at all and said poems and sweet things… and he was like a cat, she said, he about purred and he was so beautiful, all his skin and everything, just like I thought, too, and that he gave her an electrical charge too. He was so different, and not real, like men are, you know. Elvis was special and like a real good man, like women everywhere want men to be and they aren’t.”