What Remains of the Fair Simonetta Kindle ñ of the

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What Remains of the Fair Simonetta ✪ What Remains of the Fair Simonetta pdf ✩ Author Laura T. Emery – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Anastasia Stacia Uqualla has been dead for eleven years, residing as a spirit in the Italian Church of Ognissanti, when she suddenly awakens in the body of the renowned Renaissance beauty, Simonetta V of the Epub Ü Anastasia Stacia Uqualla has been dead for eleven years, residing as a spirit in the Italian Church of Ognissanti, when she suddenly awakens in the body of the renowned Renaissance beauty, Simonetta Vespucci She reunites with Mariano, the father of Botticelli, whose ghostly presence has kept her company in the afterlife Her journey through the Renaissance will also find her rubbing elbows with the young Leonardo da Vinci, Lorenzo de Medici, and many other Renaissance painters, including the awkwardly dashing Botticelli himself With the body and raging hormones of a teenage girl, Stacia experiences all the passions in What Remains MOBI :å life a second time around Take a ride through history in this second book in the Remains series by Laura T Emery, a light historical fiction with a sense of humor and a sexy edge.


10 thoughts on “What Remains of the Fair Simonetta

  1. Cassie May Cassie May says:

    This was my first book of Laura T Emery and I don t regret it.When I was younger I read a series that played in the Italy of the Rennaissance and parts in the present I expected something similar from this book, but I was wrong.This book was so well researched I really had the feeling I was standing next to Boticelli, da Vinci and Simonetta I ached with them, felt the love they had for each other and the frustration Simonetta had to endure at the antics of the people in the past.However this b This was my first book of Laura T Emery and I don t regret it.When I was younger I read a series that played in the Italy of the Rennaissance and parts in the present I expected something similar from this book, but I was wrong.This book was so well researched I really had the feeling I was standing next to Boticelli, da Vinci and Simonetta I ached with them, felt the love they had for each other and the frustration Simonetta had to endure at the antics of the people in the past.However this book captured me from the beginning and I had problems coming back to the present after finishing I wished it was longer so that I could stay in the ancient Florence for sometime, but it wasn t I ll have to reread though to experience everythign again Thanks for this awesome story


  2. Lune Spark Lune Spark says:

    I couldn t simply put down this book once I started it The historic background mixed with a bridge between two times, and the souls that play so nicely, have made this book such a unique read The book took me back to my childhood days when we used to hear the great stories of the great souls who could not only interact with real humans, but had all the emotions and the longing for what they could not achieve before acquiring the status of souls.Overall, Laura has done a tremendous job, and tho I couldn t simply put down this book once I started it The historic background mixed with a bridge between two times, and the souls that play so nicely, have made this book such a unique read The book took me back to my childhood days when we used to hear the great stories of the great souls who could not only interact with real humans, but had all the emotions and the longing for what they could not achieve before acquiring the status of souls.Overall, Laura has done a tremendous job, and thoroughly detailed one, in bringing an epic story to life


  3. Boyko Ovcharov Boyko Ovcharov says:

    Beauty remains ever after Gripping, imaginative and captivating story of a young, pretty and quite knowledgeable lady that goes through romantic adventures, historical and cultural recaps Adorable style, very educated and refined Renaissance, fine art, famous classic painters, i.e the Old Masters, are brought back to life in an amazing way, so that the reader could easily relive and refeel their key life events A pleasure to read indeed


  4. John Matthews John Matthews says:

    I was transported to 15th century Renaissance Italy where I came across many artists of this period some famous like Leonardo da Vinci, and some not so famous like Sandro Botticelli Love, passion, and intrigue are the main themes While the main character seamlessly blends with the past, it is through the side characters like Antonella and Leonardo and Marco and Sandro we get to know the norms and values of those times Photography hasn t arrived yet, so paintings were crucial, for dignitarie I was transported to 15th century Renaissance Italy where I came across many artists of this period some famous like Leonardo da Vinci, and some not so famous like Sandro Botticelli Love, passion, and intrigue are the main themes While the main character seamlessly blends with the past, it is through the side characters like Antonella and Leonardo and Marco and Sandro we get to know the norms and values of those times Photography hasn t arrived yet, so paintings were crucial, for dignitaries and artists alike.Among historical fictions, this one is right at the top If anything stands out of the book, it is the narration and details I, for one, have turned into a Sandro Botticelli fan If you haven t marveled at the painting of Birth of Venus , google now Meticulously researched, this is a masterpiece on Renaissance painters


  5. A.J. Colher A.J. Colher says:

    That thought was the last thing I remember before awaking in the palazzo in my new, Old World My birthday had literally become my rebirth day My own personal Renaissance This is such a wonderfully written book I feel like it took me a century to get through it, but only because I was too wrapped up in the writing and characters to skim even one sentence It s a stand alone novel, but not having read the novel that introduces its main character, I was dropped into the mind of a deceased mode That thought was the last thing I remember before awaking in the palazzo in my new, Old World My birthday had literally become my rebirth day My own personal Renaissance This is such a wonderfully written book I feel like it took me a century to get through it, but only because I was too wrapped up in the writing and characters to skim even one sentence It s a stand alone novel, but not having read the novel that introduces its main character, I was dropped into the mind of a deceased modern woman in the body of an historical belle But the initial disorientation was what pulled me in The sumptuous, authentic backdrop of 15th century life and times was what kept me reading.The pacing is great, with short chapters that never drag Highly recommend, even if you re not usually interested in historical romance


  6. Annie Word Annie Word says:

    It was delightful, the historical references were very realistic and it was a joy to read it made a lovely New Years present


  7. D.A. Henneman D.A. Henneman says:

    In What Remains of the Fair Simonetta, the author takes us to Florence, Italy to experience the love and life of Sandro Botticelli, at the beginning of his career as a painter We travel there with Stacia s essence, which remains in Botticelli s tomb years after her death, because of a deep connection she had to his art when she was alive When Wilber, the man she loved, visits with the new woman in his life, Stacia s jealousy triggers a trip back to 1476 and merges her soul with, the beautiful In What Remains of the Fair Simonetta, the author takes us to Florence, Italy to experience the love and life of Sandro Botticelli, at the beginning of his career as a painter We travel there with Stacia s essence, which remains in Botticelli s tomb years after her death, because of a deep connection she had to his art when she was alive When Wilber, the man she loved, visits with the new woman in his life, Stacia s jealousy triggers a trip back to 1476 and merges her soul with, the beautiful woman Botticelli used in his most famous paintings, Simonetta Vespucci.Back in corporeal form, Stacia experiences a world, which until now, she had only read about and in a lot of ways misunderstood When she meets Botticelli, the connections she feels for the man and artist are hard to deny Although Simonetta is married, the love Sandro has for her is real, and Stacia gets caught up in their budding romance While this story is unlike the topic raised in the first book of the series, it is similar in that it examines the process that a soul might go through when trying to understand its purpose Stacia learns her purpose slowly, realizing almost too late just what is at stake if she takes the wrong path She makes the ultimate sacrifice to right the wrongs of the past and to put other restless souls at peace once and for all This story in many ways is about selfless love, unwavering friendship and the choices that bring our souls peace even through tragedy Beautifully done


  8. Denise Sherman Denise Sherman says:

    A Renaissance Love storyOnceLaura creates a masterpiece of words Book 2 in the Remains Series is a sweet love story between the Fair Simonette and Sandro Botticelli Our beautiful Stacia has been dead for eleven years wondering the room of the Ognissanti church with her ethereal body She becomes friends with Mariano s ethereal body as well The next thing Stacia knows she is waking up in the body of the beautiful Simonetta with a mission and she is back in the year of 1476 but with h A Renaissance Love storyOnceLaura creates a masterpiece of words Book 2 in the Remains Series is a sweet love story between the Fair Simonette and Sandro Botticelli Our beautiful Stacia has been dead for eleven years wondering the room of the Ognissanti church with her ethereal body She becomes friends with Mariano s ethereal body as well The next thing Stacia knows she is waking up in the body of the beautiful Simonetta with a mission and she is back in the year of 1476 but with her memories of future self as Anastasia My favorite part of the book is when Simonetta and her attendant Antonella were at the joust and just before it is over Simonetta stands and yells Win for me Giuliano and of course he wins the joust But as Simonetta and Antonella were in the horse drawn carriage they find a stow away Fioretta Gorini Antonella helps the two girls switch dresses for a special reason.What is the special reason What sort of mission does Stadia perform For that answers you need to read What Remains of the Fair Simonetta I did and I found to be exciting I simply loved it and I can t to see what happens next for Anastasia s next journey


  9. Chloe Flowers Chloe Flowers says:

    I was gifted this book for an open and honest review, and I didn t think I would like it very much I wasn t familiar with Renaissance history or its art beyond the great classics That being said, I became engrossed in the fantastic descriptions of the culture, the art, the landscape as well as the plot It s hard to classify this type of romance, because the main character blends the 21st century with the 15th century in a way that was refreshing and engaging It s kind of like a time travel, I was gifted this book for an open and honest review, and I didn t think I would like it very much I wasn t familiar with Renaissance history or its art beyond the great classics That being said, I became engrossed in the fantastic descriptions of the culture, the art, the landscape as well as the plot It s hard to classify this type of romance, because the main character blends the 21st century with the 15th century in a way that was refreshing and engaging It s kind of like a time travel, but the traveler is a soul rather than a single person In this story, the soul of a woman who died of cancer in our present time is transported into the body of a young, beautiful noblewoman in 1476 Extraordinary storytelling, well developed characters, and an unpredictable plot made this book a terrific read, one that I had a hard time putting down


  10. Cassandra. Cassandra. says:

    This is the second book in a trilogy The first is one of my favorite books Read my review Laura Emery kindly sent anvoucher for a copy of WHAT REMAINS OF THE FAIR SIMONETTA The first thing I realized was that in order to fully appreciate the book, I had to refresh my memory by rereading the first book in the trilogy I suggest reading these books in order.I will submit acomplete review soon.


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