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- Print Length: 305 pages
- Publisher: Open Road Media Romance (August 6, 2013)
- Publication Date: August 6, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00CPU4DDI
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #921,025 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Luba is one of the most memorable characters of the series (besides Dominick and Summer). She's a beautiful, sexy, intelligent and mysterious woman that has incredible talent as a dancer. We get to learn a great deal about her and the why's of her chosen profession. As well as her true love for one man in her life that's never really died.
It was great to hear another side (in some ways) to the original Eighty Days. Many different sexual situations. Some that will shock you. Others that will turn you on and leave you wanting more. I enjoyed this one very much and look forward to the next of the series.
Eighty Days Amber is not my favourite of this series, but I can't quite put my finger on why. There is certainly plenty of action, both of the sexual and cleaner kinds, and even the occasional bout of humour. Perhaps I just didn't engage with Luba as a character, I don't know. But regardless of this, I would still say give this book a read, especially if you've read and enjoyed the others, as it's a great insight into the world the characters inhabit, and ties up some of the loose ends that were no doubt deliberately left trailing in the previous novels.
Sexy, exciting and interesting, Eighty Days Amber is another great addition to the series, giving us more information on the characters we've been introduced to so far, as well as a comprehensive backstory on Luba. Now onto Eighty Days White.
The authors do tie up a lot of plotlines from the previous books. Once again, the sex is passionate, sensual, and not gratuitous. The dialogue has wit and humor. The secondary characters were likeable, the settings beautifully written and the pacing relatively even.
I enjoyed my journey back to the world created by the authors of Eighty Days, and I look forward to the next installment.
I rated Eighty Days Amber 4 stars because it is well written, just didn't feature my favorite character.
*I received my copy from NetGalley.com in exchange for an honest review.
The story is about Luba. She is very likeable and she is one of those heroines who can stand on her own. We watch her grow in all aspects of her life through this book. We watch as she moves from Russia to America. There is heat in this book, but it's not in your face heat.
I really enjoyed this book and will definitely be checking out more in the series. I want to check up on some of the other characters. I recommend this to all my fellow bloggers and GR friends if you are into Erotic Romance.
**Copy kindly provided via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
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These identities are varied and cover most of the sexual agenda.- from straight-up romance to various forms of bondage sexual . The description of the sexual encounters is most detailed, present some novel ideas and situations, and has genuine erotic appeal, even if the context of the personal and sexual encounters may not be within the general experience of most readers of the novels. This poses the question of whom the authors intended as their readership. Perhaps this novel has an appeal to readers who desire a romantic tale of love, loyalty and desire.
There also seems little place for what could be termed a "more normal" (if, indeed, such a things exists) sexual outlook, appetite and possession of sexual equipment. However, it is to be understood that the glamour surrounding the stories ensures the need for the characters to be sexually, vocationally and personally appealing, even if not necessarily loved or loving.
The dual authorship of the "Eighty Days..." series is an interesting approach to writing. It is to be assumed that it combines the personal and literary experiences of both authors and this would, of course, extend the limits of both sorts of experience brought to the narrative of the books. Some characters are more believable than others, but each manages to have a persona that is legitimate within the limits of the stories.
One of the sub-texts of the novels is the place of music - be it rock, classical, or other - residing in the personal careers of several characters and the way in which these careers set some of the major parameters of the story-telling. Another impressive feature of the novels is the way in which each novel provides a more-or-less satisfactory narrative conclusion whilst, at the same time, leaving the way open for further development in the personal, sexual and vocational history of one of more characters in each novel. In this way the "Eighty Days..." series is a satisfactory franchise.
Perhaps not a series of books to offer serious reading time, but certainly well worth taking-up in between more serious and attention-demanding reading as a means of relaxing, fantasising, passing some waiting time (this reader was introduced to them whilst in a hospitable waiting room), or perhaps even before closing the eyes at bedtime. The books, including the present one, "Eighty Days Amber", form a palet of artistic eroticism that has its own colour and appeal, indeed, more shades than just grey!