Erotic literature is in abundance, in fact, it is quite an understatement to say so. As is the case with its subject matter, erotic literature requires intimacy. Usually between two people. In Curt Leviant’s “Diary of An Adulterous Woman”, this number is increased to three. Just not at the same time. As a side note, the diary format has long been popular with authors of this genre (this is another subject worth discussing sometime). It is rarer, however, for it to be spiced up with a touch of humour – just the right amount to keep it both erotic enough and funny enough, a bit like Vargas Llosa, somehow. Certainly an example worth imitating, if he was indeed the inspiration.