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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Erotica
  • Language:English
  • Pages:213
  • eBook ISBN:9781626755550

The Lark

A True Story Based on Pure Fantasy

by J. Wesley Brown

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The Lark, because of the explicit sex scenes is classified in the erotica genre and was written to excite the imagination. It is a damn good love story with a sensual sexy romp woven throughout. It is fun to read. It is exhilarating. It is not for children, although there is a child’s story within. The Lark is a light and fun adult love story for men and women.
Be forewarned, The Lark, because of the explicit sex scenes is classified in the erotica genre and was written to excite the imagination. It is a damn good love story with a sensual sexy romp woven throughout. It is fun to read. It is exhilarating. It is not for children, although there is a child’s story within. The Lark is a light and fun adult love story for men and women. In the beginning the story appears to be about Mr. Joseph E. Jones and his undying hope to once again find love. I wrote the book that way to lure the average male reader, who from my experience does not read love stories. But The Lark is chameleonic and the reader soon realizes the story is not just about Mr. Jones, but is really about Emily Thompson and her quest to regain her self-esteem and to right some overdo wrongs. Emily is a hoot. Her paternal grandfather owned and operated one of the last major agriculture operations in Orange County, Florida where Orlando is the major city and home to theme parks. Emily’s grandfather was the most influential person in her life and he died the summer after she graduated from high school and before she left Orlando to attend Florida State University. She blamed herself for the travesty that happened after her grandfather’s death and carried this guilt with her to the university. She was promiscuous, flunked out of school, returned home, broke the law, and got arrested. Her father and maternal grandfather, tired of her shenanigans, pulled some strings and finally, after a period of time, got her reinstated in FSU with conditions. She landed a job in an off campus Cuban restaurant and became celibate. Her friends and co-workers encouraged her to get back into the swing of things and Emily thought that a slightly older man might be better than a peer. She knew that Mr. Jones, a frequent customer at Castro’s Revenge, was infatuated with her so she decided that he, like any man, would welcome her into a tryst, but Mr. Jones was more than she imagined. He became not only her catalyst and lover but also her friend and every one needs a friend: and so the story begins. While reading this entertaining story, the reader is exposed to some early Spanish Florida history, current immigration situations, a splash of science, and a little animal husbandry, but all contribute to the story and there is not enough of any to make it boring. The Lark is written in an unconventional style. Sometimes the writer talks to the reader and sometimes to a character and sometimes a character will talk to the writer. The sex, although descriptive, is analogous and is connected to other physical activities and that is why I say, “The Lark is sexually hilarious.” I hope you enjoy reading it. If you do, tell your friends to buy it.
About the author
My name is John Wesley Brown. I grew up on a small farm in rural Leon County outside of Tallahassee, Florida. I attended Florida State University. I dropped out of school and worked in heavy construction in Indiana to save enough money to take my very pregnant Jewish wife at the time to Israel to live on a kibbutz. Israel paid my wife’s way, but since I was a gentile, a goy to some, I had to pay my own way. I was the first and only redneck living in Israel. I taught the Kibbutzniks a thing or two about farming as well as other things. I lived a year on the kibbutz and had limited training on the Uzi. The safety factor in Israel was becoming questionable so I sent my wife and child back to the United States, but I stayed through the Six Day War. During that year in Israel I wrote novels and short stories in longhand, but upon returning to the U.S. I was unable to read my own handwriting. We divorced and I reentered Florida State University and took course work in photography, film, art history, and the humanities. I wrote some papers and even had some published. I graduated in 1971. But I kept getting nice ladies pregnant and had to give up writing and go into business to support me and all of them. After working in construction for a few years, I started the first tent and party business in Tallahassee in 1975. I sold it for a hunk of money in 2000 and prepared myself to go back to writing. But my love at that time shocked me with the news that while I was putting in all those long hours and paying off all the debts, she had developed another life and for sure didn’t want to be married to someone struggling to be a writer. Who can blame her? I got my third and final divorce in 2001 and said good-by to most of the money, but kept writing. I have been married three times and have three daughters and several grandchildren. I have two more novels completed and they are close to being epublished. No Purchase On Tomorrow is the story of two sisters in love with the same man. Both beautiful sisters have doctorates, but one is confined to a wheelchair. A Taste of Freedom is an historical fictional novel that takes place on a plantation in Mississippi in the mid 1850s, prior to and up to the Civil War. It is written in the Southern white and slave vernacular of that time period. It took five years of research and writing to bring this novel to fruition. I have also written many short stories that I intend to publish. Read them all! Thank you for your interest. John W. Brown
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