Friday, 21 February 2014

From Infatuation to Obsession Book Review

Title: From Infatuation to Obsession, and All the Phases In-Between
Author: Emma Husher
Genre: Romantic Comedy Novella
Length: 94 pages approx
Publisher: The Writer's Coffee Shop (January 21, 2014)

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Patrice Minner has had a horrible day. In fact, her life has been nothing but one loss after another. Through it all, her two best friends have been by her side. When the object of every woman’s fantasy passes through her life, Shelby and Becca persuade Patrice to go after him. Never have been the one to investigate her girlie side, Patrice lets her friends show her the finer ways of the sensual woman. But will it be enough to entice the infamous Austin Tate?


I love to read the odd romance and this being short was even more enjoyable. I am always looking for shorter novels to read at the doctors while I wait with the children or in the car as a passenger of course. The characters in the novella are people who we seem to deal with daily and they are down-to earth.
The slight confusion about the location in one of the final scenes seems to have spoilt a little of the timeline of the book and that seemed to make me lose interest which is a shame because the book is quite enjoyable otherwise.

Author Bio:
Emma Husher is a storyteller with a mind occupied by romantic fantasies, comedy, and steamy nights between the sheets. She spends her extra time putting pen to paper, creating characters and storylines that leave her readers begging for more. Her works delve into her world of late nights, hot bods, and erotic dreams.

Emma lives on the West Coast where she enjoys sunsets, walks on the beach, and writing in the warm sun.

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