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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Praise for Eighty Days Yellow. This yelllow is advertised as a must read if you liked Fifty Shades of Grey. While submitting, it’s evident she’s not enjoying this aspect of her sexual journey.
How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author’s style Explain the rating you gave Don’t Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot. The only niggle I had with it was the alternating between POVs which at first was a little jarring, but you soon get used to it and it bina great to get inside both the main character’s heads.
Dominik will replace her priceless violin, but only if she agrees to play for him in a private concert. When her violin is irrevocably damaged she is desperate to find a replacement. The ritual of unveiling.
Aug 25, Kel rated it did not like it Shelves: Knowing the point of no return had been reached, breached, and the fuck was now inevitable. Summer and Dominik have reached an agreement with one another. We appreciate your feedback. From there it went into a tailspin.
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I do not think it would be rated so low if people who are into this style of book read it. When they were, inevitably, pushed apart by their mutual stubbornness this is when the story kind of lost me. Don’t waste your time reading yelllw unless you like reading trash. The book took off leading jafkson down a path of darkness with only a sliver of light at the end of the tunnel.
The last fifth of the book brought in Victor and the story morphed into a lingering bitter aftertaste.
Can they overcome their fears enough to fall in love or will they forever stuck in between their desires and what society deems as a normal loving relationship?
Eighty Days Yellow (Eighty Days, #1) by Vina Jackson
Sex is a major part of the book, but its varied and interesting, no two scenes are alike. So this one may slip under the radar in favour of some of the bigger titles, but believe me when I say this one is not to be missed.
After that, things really started to heat up. Spent after there first sexual encounter Dominik says ” I can see my come dripping out of you, down the inside of your thighs, dotting your pubic hair, painting your skin shiny Fun, frisky, and grown-up. Summer Zhova es una violinista neozelandesa que vive en Londres y tiene trabajos a tiempo parcial. Submission is like a drug to Summer — she needs increasingly larger doses to give her the darkness she craves yet fears.
I never felt she was truly enjoying all the sexual acts. Click here for more of my reviews Thinking this is how it should be As for Characters, Dominick just was, and Victor i truly disliked.
The first few chapters went on and on about nothing. Nov 07, Blythe marked it as will-not-read. There is no warmth between the characters.
Hate the main character Summer – she has no redeeming qualities. The images that start to form in my mind are disturbing, yet breath 3. Abandoned like a rag doll in a toy house. In the manner of Fifty Shades of Grey, Vina Jackson’s compelling, pulse-racing trilogy is a mouth-watering feast for the senses.
Summer, who totally escapes into the music with her eyes closed, is blissfully unaware of her audience. It contains strong adult themes. Siento que el hecho de estar escrito por personas que son parte de ese mundo, ayuda mucho. It takes a lot for Summer to finally mackson her limit.
How this is supposed to appeal to fans of Fifty I’ll never know.