Love Reveals: A Novel

Leo Love, in his second year at the University of Chicago, is the first person in his family to attend college. His grandfather was a sharecropper and was part of the great migration to America’s north.
Leo considers the university library his second home and there he meets the philosophical and spunky Rachelle Mitchell, who works there. They become friends who debate and study together.

As the years go by their intellectual attraction entices something deeper but is hedged my societal taboo. They understand that anything more than a friendship is forbidden. When they are almost killed coming from a school meeting one night they confirm that the closeness is more than intellectual.

Eventually, the walls separating them crumble and they have a son, Michael, who displays his mother’s writing and athletic talent. Over the years Leo and Michael cross paths with several great icons including; Robert Oppenheimer, father of the atomic bomb, Dr. Martin L. King, John F. Kennedy, Sidney Poitier, Harry Belafonte, Muhammad Ali, among others.

Joining their intellects and talent together they become champions for human rights as they wage war on ignorance through love and wisdom. Love Reveals, is a unforgettable portrait of a family who suffer many setbacks and challenges that is very timely in our current political and ethnically charged environment.

Stev Fair masterfully wraps his characters around the most important cultural and political events during the last half of the 20th century. It’s a unique story of love, human rights and a celebration of achievement.

(Reader Reviews)

“What a great, thorough, cerebral, philosophical, compassionate statement made in this book! Well done! The Characters light the way. I commend the Author on tying everything together and coming full circle….”

Elizabeth Zack

Editor, Book Craft

“An excellent read! I’m very impressed with how the author was able to weave into the story so many historical icons such as J.F.K and Albert Einstein, and still keep the reader’s attention and intrigue. Moreover, the plot is developed, the writing is professional, and the characters are super engaging. I was educated and entertained simultaneously, and that is a mark of a great book. Journey through 5 decades with Leo and his son Michael, as the author tackles many of the social degenerations of the past century. Two thumbs up!” –Sarah Fast

This romantic and historical story breathes life into some of recent history’s great icons including, Robert Oppenheimer, father of the atomic bomb; Physicists, Albert Einstein and Eugene Rabinowitch, Dr. Martin L. King, John F. Kennedy, Sidney Poitier, Harry Belafonte, Mohammed Ali, among others.