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by Michele Jaffe
Jaff. evelops a sensual, exciting, and amusing tale, richly embellished with details of Renaissance life. Library Journal "Jaffe's characters are intriguing, and the plot's many twists and turns are wonderfully entertaining.
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Pushing aside the heavy draperies, she found herself face-to-face with a peacock-a large, mean-looking peacock with a shriek that could have driven the most peaceful matron to acts of violence.
Pushing aside the heavy draperies, she found herself face-to-face with a peacock-a large, mean-looking peacock with a shriek that could have driven the most peaceful matron to acts of violence e stood there, the door to her room flew open and Nilo came running in, followed by Francesco at a slightly less vigorous pace. Don’t touch it, don’t touch it, Nilo was shouting as he bounded for the window. It will be fine, Francesco huffed, stopping to get his breath where Bianca stood. It was quite a shock. We did not know they could fl. .
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However, not all of Michele Jaffe's books are ba. Michelle Jaffe's intriging first novel, Stargazer takes y ou on a journey through Renaissance Venice that will have you reaching for travel brochures.
However, not all of Michele Jaffe's books are bad. Rosebush, for example, was fairly enjoyable. But, The Stargazer? It's one of the worst books I have ever read and I think they only stargazed like once in the entire book so the title doesn't even make sense!. She paints a beautiful picture of life during that era. And like all good romance novels there is smoldering sexuality and good looking characters. But this book is more than just a romance novel in a beautiful setting.
Michele Sharon Jaffe (born March 20, 1970) is an American writer. She has authored novels in several genres, including historical romance, suspense thrillers, and novels for young adults. Jaffe was born in Los Angeles, California. She is a 1991 graduate of Harvard University, where she earned a . She returned to Harvard and in 1998 earned a P. in comparative literature.
The Stargazer - Michele Jaffe. A few more drawings and her book would finally be ready to go to press, revealing the female body accurately for the first time. She could almost sense her triumph as she proved to those stubborn men in Padua that women had their own perfect anatomy and were not just flawed versions of men. Wandering wombs, hah! she thought to herself. She remembered hearing of her father’s debates on the subject with Andrea Vesalius when he was first starting his brilliant career, and she smiled as she imagined her book on a shelf somewhere as a companion to his.
Meet Jasmine,1 forensic supersleuth,2 aspiring Model Daughter,3 and friend to animals. The Stargazer: The Arboretti Family Saga - Book One. Michele Jaffe. 137. Published: 2014. 4 One second she's trying to enjoy her Vegas Vacation,5 the next she's tangled up in an outrageous adventure and has to outwit a crazed killer before he ends ten lives, one of them her ow. 102. Published: 2010. It's a race against the clock-and natural law-when a murderer seems to return from the dead, hellbent on killing again.
Her other option: the authorities and certain death. Bianca has no choice but to agree to his maddening terms. She's furious at having to cede her hard won freedom, and unprepared for the effect of his presence on her, for the longings he awakes in parts of her body she's only studied in books.
I read The Stargazer when I was 14, 14 years ago this summer, after. picking it up at Barnes and Noble on an absolutely whim. I was just drawn to it. I remember staying up all night and reading Lady Killer in 7 hours. I looked up and the Sun was up. I love the Arboretti.