ARA Review by Linda Heavner Gerald of The Girl Who Knew Da Vinci

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ARA Review by Linda Heavner Gerald of The Girl Who Knew Da Vinci

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[Following is an ARA Review of the book, The Girl Who Knew Da Vinci.]
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4 out of 5 stars
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The Girl Who Knew Da Vinci
4 out of 5

This author landed a punch with her idea of featuring various great artists from the past. Da Vinci happens to be a man of fascination to me. I enjoyed the fact that much research was contributed to this story which brings it to life and stirs the interest of people like me who have forgotten so much. I'm a Christian author. The explicit sex scenes saddened me. They cheapened a lovely story.

I could tell that the author is passionate about her work. The story flowed well especially as it traveled from past to present. It is not in my nature to look for flaws, so I didn't notice grammatical errors. I appreciated the fact that little profanity was displayed which is another pet peeve. In fact, it would be fun to meet this writer.

There is a great deal of good in this love story with a sensational twist. A 5-star review would be easy if not for all of the sex scenes which were not necessary. Thank you again for a lovely, unusual story with a large amount of research

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