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Jill: Part-Time Lover Paperback – June, 2000


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Product Details

  • Paperback: 56 pages
  • Publisher: Eurotica (June 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1561632589
  • ISBN-13: 978-1561632589
  • Product Dimensions: 11.1 x 7.7 x 0.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.9 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,685,050 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 3, 2000
I picked this up because I had really liked "Girl" after having accidentally stumbled across it. It was graphic, unreal, funny, crude, and yet highly sophisticated in an ametuerish way. Alot of the simplistic drawings are more talented and streamlined than they appear at first glance.
The same applies here, in fact, at first I did not take to the smooth shiny color. His black and white drawings had grown on me too much, and the color did not hit me as attractive at first. Once I started into the book though, it grew on me quckly. I, actually enjoyed some of the strange subplots going on in "Girl", but this book don't nec. suffer from leaving those out and sticking with the sex.
If you're interested in hard core graphic novels, Taylors are the ultimate. Even though the sex is harder and cruder than most, its the perfect place to start, because, although all his characters do is sex, the book feels like theres more to it than just porno-toons. Great stuff... don't buy this, though, without grabbing "Girl" as well.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Steve Vander on April 13, 2005
Adult Full-Color graphic novel.

Man, Jill is sure one hot woman. Right, sorry. This book is about a young woman named Jill. Jill narrates the story through the method of an "audio" diary.

Jill just moved out of her parent's home a couple of months ago and needs some money to pay her bills but is having trouble keeping jobs. Man that girl is hot.

The story starts with Jill waking up with three men after getting drunk with them at a bar. She tries to disengage, succeeds and leaves to try to arrive at her job on time but she is already late. She slips into some skin tight clothes without adding underwear to her ensemble and heads off to her clothing store job (oh, and her tights are semi-transparent).

In her get-up, Jill makes a lot of sales at the store, but knows that she is going to get fired. While Jill is in the break room, the store owner's son enters and oops, out pops his huge johnson. While they are having some fun the manager looks in, is shocked, and leaves. After the "fun" is over, the kid gives Jill some money (oh, and that "fun" has made certain sections on the waist of Jill's tights completely transparent). Despite selling a lot of merchandise, Jill is told that she will be let go at the end of the week.

While attempting to set some sales records Jill is approached by some men that want to know how to "get" with her. She tells them to pay her. They don't want to do that and leave. Two other men overhear and wander up and ask how much and then offer $1000.

Jill isn't certain if she really wants to "rent" herself and has to think about it. She thinks about it after work when she goes to the bar with a female friend. She decides to do it.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A. Sandoc on December 6, 2006
Jill: The Part-time Lover marks Kevin Taylor's first full-lenght graphic novel that doesn't involve his cult character of "Girl". Jill's made appearances in past anthology issues of both his own publishing and in the Spanish adult comic series, KISS. Except for artbooks, Kevin Taylor's usually worked in just the black and white medium. Even with such simple line art Taylor's work was second to none in the adult comic industry. I would say that with his unique style when it came to drawing his female and male characters, Taylor was one of the more unique and talented artists in the comic industry as a whole. One thing that fans had been waiting for him to do was to finally make that leap into making full-color work. He showed that he could work as well with color as he does with black and white in his artbook, Foreplay. Well, fans were finally rewarded when he released Jill: The Part-Time Lover.

This graphic novel is about a certain college girl named Jill (who also happens to be very good friends with Girl and another of Taylor's characters Blue) who like all college students works alot of hours to pay the bills and rent while trying not fail her classes. Jill has also been using her substantial physical assets and charms to get herself very good grades. In a scene that seems straight out of Penthouse Forum Letters, Jill figures out that she can charge her teachers and strangers for her services. This would solve her cash problems and also allow her to quit her job at a clothing store where her female boss has a definite jealousy issue with our gal Jill. The rest of the book sees our gal pal Jill going from one sexual encounter to the next with each one trying to the top the previous scene.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Gnome on November 10, 2000
Once again Kevin Taylor cranks out a masterpiece, and this time with Jill! Jill is a co-ed College girl/clothing store salesgirl who just gets fed up with her regular job and decides she'd do better selling her body for fun and profit. Need I say more? The art is Taylor's signature crude & thick penciled style (with all the cliches, heh) but this time it's in color (and it certainly adds to this story). Sexual encounters are rough and scaldingly explicit, once again pushing the limits of Hardcore graphic art (this book is not for the faint of heart)! Among it's highlights are occasional cameos by several of Taylor's regular characters. If you liked Girl, you'll love Jill: Part-Time Lover (it's just as wild as Girl, at times more-so; but without the distracting plot-devices).
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