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Stan I.S Law
This is to satisfy all who asked me to write a love story. You might like it, too!
Marvin Clark, a man as shy as he is retiring, assumes a cloak of invisibility to protect him from vicissitudes of everyday life. The only escapes he enjoys are into the inner worlds of his own making. Then, a beautiful woman enters his drab reality. Suddenly, the protective ramparts Marvin had so carefully erected begin to crumble. Will she set him free?
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5 star accolades have began...
5 stars from Adam
As I am sure is true for most men, with the exception of Romeo and Juliet, I’d never read a ‘love story’. I always assumed this was a strictly women’s territory. I was wrong. I loved it.
I wouldn’t mind being liberated by Jocelyn anytime. Only, the way she does it would enslave me to her forever. This is one of those rare books which, while being overwhelmingly romantic, elevates the concept of love between a man and a woman to an entirely new level.
5 stars from Bozena H.
I read this book in proof-copy form. I loved it then, and I love it now. I wish Stan Law would write more romances. He is one of very few writers who can write a great love story without sinking to the level of “hot, dark, steaming, sex-driven, award-winning erotica”, so adored by frustrated virgins and old maids. If you are neither, you’ll love it. What a wonderful change!
5 stars from Bohdan
I don’t normally read romances, but, well, this is Stan Law. I didn’t regret it. His literary journey of self-discovery and gradual unfolding is peppered with scathing humor directed at the self-important upper crust of municipal establishment. The story is moving, engrossing, humorous, and impregnated with the author’s obvious love of classical music. His Symphonic Poem 'sounds' sublime. A delight to read.
51 copies of "Marvin Clark—In Search for Freedom" have been (as promised) downloaded for free. Now the book reverts to $4.99. Anyone wishing to write a review can ask for a free copy. 30% of the novel can be sampled for free.
...the fragrance of the wine, the lingering memory of long-held-back desires...
Her skin, a pale, smooth alabaster washed gently with an enchanting sheen of mysterious moonlight, gave way in almost unexpected softness to his anxious, possessive constraint. Her eyes, filled with grotesque filigrees of dancing, charismatic shadows, submitted to the dark, compelling currents of his searching, overwhelming passion. The currents ran deep, coercing, filled with want, longing. Turbulent breakers, white crests, mounted, roared in a final glory, then collapsed... a million droplets scattered on empty, deserted beaches.
Later, much later, he picked her up with infinite care and raised her to the sofa. The two wine glasses, red blood swirling against the dying fire, sealed their consummate union with Olympian nectar.
They were both quite late for Mrs. Prentis’s supper.
Search for Freedom through alchemy of love
“In reading this vintage Stan I.S. Law story, I have so very much enjoyed and appreciated the author's classically rich vocabulary and his wickedly sardonic humor that frequently had me laughing out loud. His hilariously scathing descriptions of politicians and their ilk clearly derive from personal experience. Likening His Worship the mayor's face to a baboon's backside is priceless.
In this love story set in Canada, we accompany the main characters on their journey of self-discovery and mutual unfolding. Law sensitively explores a deep-thinking, introverted man's search for freedom by a process of becoming and being, through the alchemy of love for a radiant, beautiful and talented young woman. A dozen well-drawn characters, lyrical descriptions of settings, and a finely tuned plot progression make this a most satisfying read.”
[Kate Jones, editor, PD, USA]
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