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Eighty Days Yellow by [Jackson, Vina]
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Fun, frisky, and grown-up. It's refreshing to see female desire comes in more shades than just grey! (Belle de Jour)

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. It's seriously addictive stuff, so get stuck in. (LOOK)

Full of passionate ... love scenes ... Yellow: it's the new grey. (NEW!)

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In the manner of FIFTY SHADES OF GREY, Vina Jackson's compelling, pulse-racing trilogy is a mouth-watering feast for the senses.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 868 KB
  • Print Length: 334 pages
  • Publisher: Orion (19 July 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008B8DXDY
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars 210 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #49,098 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Summer Zahova is a violinist from New Zealand, living in London where she is in a frustrating relationship with a man who can't meet her needs and struggling to make ends meets.
While busking in the underground, Summer gets caught up in a scuffle between rival football supporters which damages her violin beyond repair.
Dominik is a university professor who found himself enthralled by Summer and the way she loses herself while playing the violin on the one occasion he saw and heard her play. Unable to find her again and with no idea who the beautiful redhead is, he has almost given up the hope of ever meeting her when he reads an article about a violinist whose violin was broken. Now that he has a name, Dominik can contact Summer and he sets her a challenge:
"I am willing to gift you with a new violin. Do you accept my challenge and my terms?"
Unable to resist Summer contacts Dominik and agrees to play for him in a location and under circumstances to be determined by him.
And so starts a strange, but initially, fascinating relationship. Summer discovers that submitting to Dominik's requests satisfies her in a way she didn't know was possible, while Dominik's need for Summer only grows.
Things don't progress smoothly though. With their relationship being anything but exclusive Summer feels free to explore this newly discovered sexuality of hers with others as well. And when third parties become involved in the interactions between Dominik and his musician feelings get hurt and the two are torn apart.
With Summer delving deeper into the BDSM scene in New York, and Dominik left behind in London with no idea where the girl he needs is, both find themselves delving into relationships that don't begin to meet their needs.
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Wow!! much better than I expected. Read it in a day! A friend visiting from London leant me her kindle with this on it (hence the rush to finish the book) as the main female character is a kiwi. I was reluctant to read it as I always thought that 'steamy' romance novels are just bad porn but I was surprised to find this is actually pretty good. There's a lot of sex in it but it's all tasteful and relevant to the plot and the character development - not just there for the sake of it.

Nice to see a different take on the heroine and hero, not just the strong man and weak woman scenario which can get a bit old.

I usually read historical romances because I like the extra complexity in the plot, but I found this a really good story though it has a contemporary setting - and to be honest I thought it would be crap. I'm not a big reviewer but thought I'd post about this as most people will probably assume its a 50 Shades knock off because of the title. I wouldn't have read it if it wasn't recommended.
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Don't be put off by the flagrant copy-cat cover look, this is far, far better than Fifty Shades of Grey, and it's a shame that the publishers felt that in this day and age they had to mimic the E.L. James to get anyone to read it.

The first thing to briefly mention is how much better written it is - this author can actually write! I found Fifty Shades a bit boring and repetitive, and the sex was a bit...unsexy. Anna is hands down the most irritating fictional heroine I have ever come across, and I haven't met anyone who hasn't agreed with me - even if they liked the books! She's a simpering virgin-turned-sex-goddess (really? After her first time?!) who does a disservice to women everywhere.

...Which is why Summer Zahova, the main character here, makes such a refreshing change. She loves sex (she's actually had sex!) and has some awareness of her own deviant nature. She's more realistic than Anna and so you can engage with her and her, less prissy, sexual awakening.

I really enjoyed the alternating chapters from Dominik's point of view. By the end of book one I was rooting for both of them and (without wanting to spoil anything) I really hope they can make it work in book two.

And you can't really get away with not mention sex in a review for this book - there's unsurprisingly a fair amount of it. Eighty Days Yellow is dirtier - it's all about BDSM and the characters experimentations in the adventurous, glamorously discreet world of the fetish scene. No two sex scenes are the same; some are slow, some more energetic and aggressive, and some pretty hard-core. Although I think there are still things to be explored in the 2nd and 3rd books which I hope are coming out soon.
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Like many I bought this to fill the Christian Grey void after reading 50 shades (yes despite the terrible writing I still enjoyed it). Is this like 50 shades? Absolutely not but ignoring comparisons let's look at the book itself.

Eighty Days Yellow (awful title, no relevance at all) focuses on the character of Summer, a classical violinist who sees herself as very much a sexual being. The male character Dominik (who is actually missing for a significant chunk of the book) happens upon her while she is busking and approaches her for some private performances in exchange for a new violin.

Summer then embarks on a journey of exploration into the world of BDSM. Not only with Dominik but also with her friend who introduces her to fetish clubs and essentially sex parties. I'm not involved in that world so don't know how accurate it is but I did find some of it quite uncomfortable reading with 'slaves' being hired out by the hour to the highest bidder at one point.

I did finish the book at it was the holidays and wasn't doing much else but had I been reading this at any other time I don't think I would have bothered.

If you are wanting a book that is all about the sex and BDSM then you'll probably enjoy this. If you want a love story then this will only disappoint you as there is next to no romance or love story involved in this book. I will not be reading the rest of the trilogy when it comes out.
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