Marc Alain’s New Book ‘Love In The Pandemic’ Is A Striking Read That Aims To Defy Societal Stereotypes

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Jul 5, 2022

Fulton Books author, Marc Alain, a lawyer, has completed his most recent book “Love in the Pandemic”: a thought-provoking tale of love that blossomed in the midst of the pandemic. It’s a story about two men, two generations apart, whose sudden encounter turned into something deeper. Their companionship is considered unusual by today’s standards but that doesn’t mean that their love isn’t genuine.

Alain shares, “Being bisexual, you never get the sense that you are accepted by either straight or gay people. This is the story of what happens when men or women are caught in the quandary of wondering which one they are. It is also about societal influences—religion, conservatism, family—that threaten the fabric of individuality and the parental reigns that force choices that are not acceptable. There is a line that is crossed by society and parents that can destroy a person of either sex who chooses one form of intercourse or another. There is nothing worse than being a social pariah, and this is that story.”

Published by Fulton Books, Marc Alain’s book is an intriguing volume meant to deliver the true definition of love and debunk sexual labels. 

It’s a read that will surely open a discourse.

Readers who wish to experience this interesting work can purchase “Love in the Pandemic” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books

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