Infatuation by Jonathan Harries (Book Review #698)

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Infatuation is a humorous fiction book written about Fanny Packer, who is a belly dancer and happens to steal the codex for the Kama Sutra. In a humorous way, the mob goes after her, and as Fanny’s luck grows, her admirer, Charley, becomes her savior.

Nano, the lead dwarf, is a character not to forget. The mystery novel possessed a certain witty feeling to it where the literature describes a fun, amusing tale of random comical scenes.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I found the story to jump at times and not possess a consistent form of flow; however, due to the content being amusing, it managed to stay positively enjoyable.

The story grabs you from the beginning and causes you to sit and read the entire thing. It’s like a weekend read and requires a sense of humor to understand.

The work was definitely multidimensional, and I would recommend it to anyone that likes to read funny, humorous crafted tales. I believe the author’s personality reflected the story and look forward to reading more of him.

Written by Jeyran Main

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