The Legend of La Diosa is Chuck Rosenthal’s rollicking paean to love, love, love. His story tells us why, when you meet someone you love, you feel as though you’ve known her/him forever. It’s because that’s exactly what’s happening, you have known that person forever, and journeyed headlong to be face to face at last.
Rosenthal’s story defies summation but asks the question, “What do you do when you live in the grip of a love you’ve yet to meet — and it’s real.” His language cavorts as he spins his audacious tale to focus on happiness as a value. Not many writers dare this because happiness is damned hard to write (and because writers famously now little about it).
Fortunately, Chuck Rosenthal knows happiness in love and has lived to tell the tale — the tale of the legend of La Diosa.