We teased you with a small pre-feature of Fanny Fun just last month, and now we bring you our thoughts on the latest lesfic book from author M Cassol.
Fanny Fun is exactly what it says on the tin – A big lesbian drama in a small straight world. The book is all about connections and how our decisions, no matter how tiny can have an impact on the world around us and how the connections we make, make us realise just how tiny a world we live in.
I absolutely loved this book. It follows several different characters on their quest for/through their journeys to love. I don’t have a favourite character because I can’t pick just one, they are all brilliant in their own ways even though they are all so different. The book is a rollercoaster of emotions with lots of ups and downs and it is one that I could not put down.
There’s rather a lot of sex in the book, very well written I must say. It is a very fun read and will have you laughing out loud at times. It is both naughty and nice at the same time.
I love how all the characters connect and it clearly shows the author has done a lot of research and put a lot of time into making it work. The ending is fab and you could say it has come full circle but I won’t spoil it for you, you’ll have to read it for yourself.
An easy but fun read that I read I just a few sittings and I was rather to sad to find myself at the end.
About the Author:
M. Cassol Michele was always passionate about human nature and sexuality. From struggling with her own sexual orientation to accepting that she was a lesbian, she has lived many lives as a basketball player, DJ, A&E doctor, business owner and founder of well-known skincare range. She relished and travelled all around the world, providing her with the opportunity to be exposed to her favourite subject: Women. Now, in her mid 30's, she found the maturity and creativity to dwell into writing. Fanny Fun, her first novel, traverses femininity, sex and love from her admirer perspective, inviting you to explore the enchanting lesbian universe.
Find out more about M.Cassol with our author profile.