Would he lightly tease your lips with his tongue before he completed the kiss? When he took both your hands, covering them with kisses and worshiping your female flesh, would you surrender? Pretty likely.
That’s who he was and what he did. It wasn’t his kiss but what shone in his eyes that was irresistible—love.
Casanova loved his ladies with all that he had and all that he was. That, gents, cannot be faked and is not easy to resist. His love burned white-hot and rarely lasted.
In my novel, Conjuring Casanova, savvy Lizzy Hillman in 2016 Chicago knows all this. She has read (and re-read) the volumes of his memoir. In her extraordinary encounter with the Great Seducer, Lizzy is determined not to give in. But lover Giacomo Casanova is also famous for his timeless line: “I do not seduce, but only submit.” Could you share Lizzy’s resolve? Would you spurn the face of ardent love?