This book is a biographic review of Imelda Marcos that delves into the Romualdez Family, her origins, rise to power and exile to Hawaii. The author of the book herself is Imelda’s niece and a member of the Romualdez Clan, taking note of the family’s dynamics and even factions in opposition to the first lady (of whom she was a part of, and jailed for, during the Martial Law Years). Researchers can look to this book as a unique position within the discussion of Martial Law, specifically in the personalities intricately tied to the regime and their perspectives within the matter.