Do smart girls make better lovers, one might ask? Giacomo Casanova certainly thought so. This eighteenth century libertine had well over a hundred lovers. He would certainly go for the quick hook-up but always preferred to be in love. The few women he found that, in his words, “would have made me constant,” were always intelligent.
It takes more than just an education to make a smart girl. She needs a passion for the finer things, like art, music, literature and countless others. Casanova would often meet a woman he did not at first find attractive. When he discovered she read his favorite poets better than he did, he burned with love. One of his true loves once brought him to tears playing the cello and he was not much of a music fan.
What would he think of today’s modern smart girls? Wouldn’t it be fun to find out? Well you might want to read my novel CONJURING CASANOVA. The notorious gentleman comes to 2016 in a fun romp. The smart girl and the playboy both learn life changing lessons.
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