Love's Linguist is a novel for women who do not see themselves as beautiful when they truly are. It is a seductive read for those who secretly yearn for romance while acquired thinking tells them to be cynical. It is a book for those spirits who believe there is more soul to life than what is currently sold through commodities of life... Mentally unwell Peta Hearn doesn't want to go looking for love but is inexorably drawn to it. Lee Harmony is looking for scientific research when he stumbles wordlessly upon it. They do have a child despite their professional ambitions and ages; sex, however, is problematic when rigid structures of religious morality, confines of cultural beauty, and acquired thinking about gender get in the way of equilibrium and unity.