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The plot of The Lawrence Browne Affair fades into the background and becomes overshadowed by the intense exploration of how Georgie and Lawrence’s self-perception defines their feelings of self-worth and their ability to accept the other’s love. It’s a profound and moving presentation, but it moves at a slower pace that may cause some readers’ interest to wane. There’s a lot of page space given to Lawrence and Georgie’s physical attributes – Lawrence is big, hairy and masculine while Georgie is small and feminine – but then, I find the repeated glowing descriptions of extraordinarily beautiful characters in m/f romances just as disruptive.
Ultimately, Lawrence and Georgie’s journey beautifully reminds us that love defies our logical mind’s attempt to control and limit it. Whether you’re a thief who stole to survive, a nobleman grappling with mental illness or a man who loves another man, you deserve love. The Lawrence Browne Affair will push you to consider if the word ‘should’ has a place before the word ‘love,’ and the experience will make you more compassionate towards yourself and empathetic to others. At the very least, you’ll have read a mesmerizing and powerful character-centric love story.
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