The international bestseller that takes readers on a daring new adventure in erotic romance. Caught in a frustrating relationship with a man who can’t accept her. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Fun, frisky, and grown-up. It’s refreshing to see female desire Eighty Days Yellow (The Eighty Days Series Book 1) by [Jackson , Vina. Audible Sample. Audible Sample. Playing Playing Loading Loading. : Eighty Days Yellow (The Eighty Days Series) (): Vina Jackson: Books.
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It’s almost as if someone else was writing the last bit and not conferring with the writer of the early parts.
In addition to the less than stellar career, her love life is also suffering as she is in a repressive relationship with vanilla man — though she cannot put her finger on what is missing, she knows their sex life is void of the dark passion she longs for.
After that, things really started to heat up. Yet, I felt as though Summer had to take those steps to come through the other end. He’s never wanted to possess a woman as much as he does Summer, yet he doesn’t require it.
Eihgty have read that people have linked this book to 50 shades but even in essence the book is not like 50 shades.
Eighty Days Yellow
It seems so blatantly obvious that they’re trying to capitalize on FSoG, when this is clearly a book that could stand on it’s own. This book is just not for me. Slowly through a series of “scenes”, they become connected. I wanted to help her and held my breath as more choices are made. Thoughts When i first started this book i felt it was a bit slow.
Then an encounter between the two goes terribly awry and they decide to break from one another for a time. Yes, they may put it in the sequel, but it really stunk that I didn’t get that pay off. I don’t recall her having an orgasm in all the sexual acts except when she was with Dominik.
The prose was amazing. He constantly pushes her limits, testing her. All of this is unappealing and leaves me a bit disgusted. Si te has quedado intrigado y quieres una probadita, puedes ir al siguiente y Hojear el Libro. Book Blogt This book is a beautifully written, enjoyable mindfuck. His to Command 5: Let me just say that this book is more like Fifty Shades of vie Quick review: She will try anything. And then there were one bizarre episode after another. So the aptly named Dominik is a dom and he has several demands to make of Summer.
Unable to deny the chemistry between them, Dominik and Summer embark on an intense affair full of daring twists and turns, as unpredictable as it is thrilling.
Aug 18, Kharis rated it did not like it. Her introduction is through Dominik. I’m not a big erotic fiction fan but I really enjoyed Eighty Days. What you need to know as a reader of Eighty Days Vona. And when she did i was just about bald headed since i was pulling my hair out fist fulls at a time.
Summer has a lot of acquaintances but never seems to emotionally connect with any of them. Open Preview See a Problem? Praise for Eighty Days Yellow. View all 17 comments. Summer a very talented musician must have had such low self esteem that she let her self be used and told herself she was enjoying it. I caught my breath.
Hate the main character Summer – she has no redeeming qualities.
No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! As a love story between Summer and Dominik, this tale would have been just fine.
Eighty Days Yellow (Eighty Days, #1) by Vina Jackson
Does she accept his offer? Dominik will replace her priceless violin, but only if she agrees to play for him in a private yyellow. I was completely captivated by their tale before this. Summer and Dominik see each other infrequently and are free to see other people so Summer, who is highly sexed, starts to explore the fetish lifestyle with her hedonistic friend Charlotte.
It’s erotica more than it is romance, in that this is a story which explores desire an Really enjoyed this, a great read. To add the kinky scenes increased the spice to this story.
The characters in this story are disengaging. It contains strong adult themes.