Seven Years to Sin (Historical Romance) Paperback – 22 Nov 2012
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About the Author
Sylvia Day is the number one Sunday Times and number one international bestselling author of over twenty award-winning novels sold in more than forty countries. She is a number one bestselling author in twenty-eight countries, with tens of millions of copies of her books in print.
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Top Customer Reviews
As a massive fan of Sylvia Day's Bared to You series and a lover of historical romances I couldn't resist reading Seven Years to Sin. This is supposed to be the story that inspired Bared to You but I have to admit I didn't find as many similarities as I expected to. Even so I am happy to say that I absolutely loved Seven Years to Sin and would highly recommend it to anyone who loves erotic romance novels.
Jess is a great character and I loved the fact that she isn't a shy virgin or someone who had an unhappy marriage. Her arranged marriage with Benedict may not have been the most passionate but they both loved each other deeply and had a good life together before his death. Devastated as she was by his loss Jess is slowly rebuilding her life on her own, thankfully Benedict left her financially secure which gives her the freedom to do as she chooses, something she intends to make the most of by travelling.Read more ›
I actually enjoyed this book to the max which was read after reading the trilogy.
Enjoy it Girls!
Set in the 1800's Jessica witnesses a highly erotic sexual encounter with the "Hunk" of the era and another woman.. and it ignites her sexual desire.. she marries, is Barron and her husband unfortunately dies 7 years later.. she is left wealthy and decides to check on plantations in Jamaica.. Alistair "The Hunk" is the owner of the boat she travels on and little did Jessica know that Alistair has been in love with her since she witnessed him all those years ago..
Of course.. it happens and they fall deeply in love with each other.. but not without hurdles of course
I loved this book for the writing, for the characters, for the descriptions, I found it even more erotic because it was set in the 1800's where life was totally more reserved.
A very very good read
Sylvia Day captures the atmosphere of aristocratic life in Georgian England well, with good attention to detail. Just one (major) error at the end which might have made the ending even better had it been avoided. I won't list it as it will spoil the plot.
None the less a brilliant, if undemanding, read
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I picked this book off a shelf in a holiday let and wasn't expecting the erotic sex scenes having never heard of Sylvia Day. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Closet Romantic
very enjoyable, i love the way he waited for and after seven years, he was proven right to do so, i taught they might have a baby, it could have been her and her husband was not... Read morePublished 4 months ago by alana
Plenty of romance, scandal and a gripping storyline. Love how she manages to keep you reading until your done. Brilliant book.Published 4 months ago by Sarah T
Sylvia Day at her finest. However the only jarring note is the dialogue in places is more US than UK.Published 9 months ago by Annette R.