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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This is not what I expected to be.
I’m not a big erotic fiction fan but I really enjoyed Eighty Days. Visit your local bookstore where I’m sure the staff will help you choose something more suitable. For Summer it is a chance to finally embrace her long-denied dark side, but she’ll soon learn that where there’s pleasure must come pain. Through a couple of unrelated events, it combines into a gateway into the BDSM world. Perhaps this does happen in London.
See if you have enough points for this item. I am a great admirer of your musicianship, and to ensure you are able to continue your practice, I am willing to gift jacksson with a new violin. The book opens giving us a very good description of Summer, her love of music along with the powerful effects she receives while playing the violin.
When her beloved violin is broken, he gifts her with a replacement on the condition that she conduct for him a solo performance. The sexual propensity of all the ywllow carries wighty reader along into the sexcapades of not only Summer and Dominik, but jackon secondary characters as well. I say, if you liked Fifty Shades of Grey, you should stick with that series.
Aug 03, Emily Baxter rated it it was amazing. And then there were one bizarre episode after another. This reads without a hint jackdon personality – as if someone has just documented what they did diary style.
Oh, and lots of lube! Like she was having out of body experience. This, on the other yelloa is abuse. Yes, they may put it in the sequel, but it really stunk that I didn’t get that pay off. Dominik has agreed to replace her violin as long as she performs for him. After that all I got was one weird scene after another, with no relevance to the story. Of course, Dominik could have told her that!
If you’re a fan of the Fifty Shades series, you’ll love the first instalment of this new trilogy about the turbulent and sexually charged relationship between two strangers. There is no “Sir” or “Master” required from Dominick, because her compliance and willingness to submit is all that he desires.
Using this website means you are okay with this but you can find out more and learn how to manage your cookie choices here. How to write a great review. Yes, this is erotica, but I still believe that there has to be some kind of story. At this point, her Master is wanting to view spoiler [make her his official slave by registering her online.
I have had zero exposure to the BDSM scene so I can’t say for sure whether the writers have done their research interestingly, there’s two writers, though after the first few chapters I couldn’t really tellhowever the BDSM elements came across as realistic in this whereas I felt that they don’t in FSOG.
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I’d have been eigbty to tolerate the sex if she had been able to embrace and enjoy her new sex life. More than anything it left me totally grossed out. There is no physical contact until you get halfway through the book.
Summer is a foolish little bohemian with nary a thought in her head other than yelllw obsession for playing the violin. It’s as if he wasn’t informed before he attended. Perhaps it is because there are two authors writing together that this lack of synergy shows through the flipping between first and third person.
Eighty Days Yellow (Eighty Days, #1) by Vina Jackson
They remain unattached, but how far is too far? Siento que el hecho de estar escrito por personas que son parte de ese mundo, ayuda mucho.
On several occasions, I thought I knew where the story was going, only to dighty surprised dayd the path author, Vina Jackson chose. View all 5 comments. As strange as his proposal sounded, I couldn’t blame it on a dude, he came across as a kinky bastard.
This is the first installment in the Eighty Trilogy. I felt like there were no story line. Vinaa s unavailable for purchase. An absolute terrible book that’s poorly written.
Summer has always been, admittedly, somewhat promiscuous. I felt nothing between any of the characters – everyone just went through the motions, nobody seemed to care for each other.
The characters in this story are disengaging. Then come tell us about it on Goodreads! I don’t want to give too much away, but Dominick never really enters the realm of humiliation with Summer, in my opinion.
Summer is a violinist she lives in a bedsit in London and currently makes her money playing at classical music shows in an orchestra.