Art history professor, Linton Ross-Howard's, retirement allows her time to mull over her romantic past – the loves that failed to show and the ones that got away without leaving footprints. But one suppressed memory returns to offer a surprising new lease on romance she could never have imagined. When Sandro Botticelli's 1475 painting, The Adoration of the Magi acts as both portal to the past and a fountain of youth, Linton embarks on a journey of sublime intimacy in this updated version of a feminine Dante in search of her star-crossed beloved.
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About the Author
V Knox writes ‘paranormal-friendly’ time-slip novels that defy the logic she firmly believes in. Studying Fine Arts led to an imaginative take on art history where she converses with sentient portraits ‘who’ reveal their lost provenance and innermost secrets.
Paintings lead her into the maze of ‘what if’, determined to reconcile the world of down-to-earth science with imaginative out-there-fiction. She collects eclectic umbrellas but prefers to get wet in the rain and favors surreal stories that explore the inner world of creative savants, parallel dimensions, and ghostly lovers