Book 58: The Perfect Hour: The Romance of F Scott Fitzgerald and Ginevra King by James L West III
This is the second time I have read this book, and I still love it. I think it is one of the books Zelda lovers need to read as well. Yes, Zelda influenced his "girls" but so did Ginevra, I argue maybe even a bit more (hush). But she is the origin of the rich girl poor boy story that he tells over and over again, ant the stories I am most drawn to. I am always amazed by the fact he never got his kiss from his first love. Tragic.
At the end of the book the short stories "Babes in the Woods" and "Winter Dreams" can be found, maybe 2 of his best shorts. This book is well worth the read.