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Eighty Days Red

(Eighty Days #3)

3.51  ·  Rating details ·  2,176 ratings  ·  150 reviews
In the manner of Fifty Shades of Grey, Vina Jackson's compelling, pulse-racing trilogy is a mouth-watering feast for the senses.

The final book in Vina Jackson's red-hot romantic trilogy. Summer and Dominik embrace danger, adventure and temptation in New York City as they push their relationship to its limits.
Paperback, 320 pages
Published October 11th 2012 by Orion (first published 2012)
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Terri ♥ (aka Mrs. Christian Grey)
Nov 03, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arcs, reviewed
Quick review:

Cover: Fitting
Rating: NC-17
Steaminess: HOT
Thumbs Up: 4
Overall: This book felt more tame than the other two
Characters: Solid
Plot: What will it take to get these two together
Page Turner: Yes
Series Cont.? Series Ender
Recommend: Yes
Book Boyfriend: Dominik

SUMMARY (50 words or less)

Shock, then disappointment, and blah. This wasn’t’ a bad book. It was more tame than the other two. A lot less kink and more of a journey. For two people in love, they don’t have a clue about communicat
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Alexis *Reality Bites*
SPOILER FREE REVIEW
4 STARS out of 5
Genre: Adult Romance/Erotica


In the third book of the Eighty Days trilogy Summer and Dominik finally find their way back to each other.
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"it's not like there's a moratorium on orgasms, darling. You're allowed to have more than one."

"I've never had more than one."

"Well then, all your former lovers ought to be ashamed of themselves."
~Viggo and Summer

This was my favorite in the series thus far! Summer is no longer straddling the lines of danger. Yet he
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Sláinte Wanderlust
Cover & Title - 4 out of 5
Favorite Lines - "Good girl" he said "You like it the Catholic way, I take it?" & "Everything is about compromise. And love is biggest compromise of all."

"Nothing could follow Summer & Dominik. Others would never match the intensity of what he had witnessed. Best end on a high."

This sums up the whole series for me, this one quote explains my feelings for the three books. I hope one day to find an as interesting & testing series but i wonder deep down if it is even poss
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Marleen
Oct 21, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: erotica
The two years in a steady relationship with Simôn, the Venezuelan conductor who is deeply in love with her have left Summer Zahova feeling cared for, protected and soothed but also… bored. And after she reads the book Dominik wrote, the book he dedicated to her, the book that was clearly inspired by her, she knows she can never settle for a quiet life with Simôn. Leaving New York and the man who deeply loves her behind, Summer returns to London, the city where it all began for her. There she hoo ...more
Jessica Habicht
Jan 02, 2013 rated it it was ok
I'm not even going to waist my time! After 2 weeks of my life spent reading this trilogy that I will never get back; I am left unfulfilled and extremely disappointed. This book wasn't as bad as the first, but it was worse than the second. It ends with (view spoiler) ...more
Meredith
I need more Viggo! One of my favorite side characters. So I'm not shelving this as dark erotica like the previous books because, well, while this book was romantically frustrating and there were some hot scenes, there was nothing dark about it. There was quite a bit of ménage à trois, but most of the scenes were fade to black. This was definitely the tamest book in the series, but possibly one of the best because of Viggo. Oh Viggo. I want a book from his POV! Please authors :)


Lauralynn was the
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A.R. Von
Oct 22, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A perfect continuation to where we left off in Eighty Days Blue. I found this installment to be a bit calmer than the other two in the series, not as rough in the BDSM scene and the sex is mellower. There are still plenty of erotic scenes, some F/F action, multiple partner scenes, BDSM elements and the anticipation is there just as in the others and it’s still an intriguing read that sucks the reader in its pages just as the others. Any reader of the erotic genre will also get sucked into Summer ...more
Ezinwanyi
Mar 21, 2013 rated it it was ok
Shelves: damaged, erotica, bdsm
I didn't like book 1&2, but wanted to know the resolution. It was anticlimatic.

It is very rare to read a book and get absolutely nothing from it. This was one of those times. What did the author wish to impart with this book nd/or series? What did the author intended as her message or point? What should one remember about this book?
The plot was weak, the sex scenes though provocative, were not that enjoyable to me. The heroine & hero were both really pathetic because they lacked selfawareness!
i
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Claire Looney
Jan 15, 2013 rated it really liked it
Thank God for book three.

I loved this one the most. i am not even going to go into detail, but for those who have read the first two, this was my personal favorite. Because it brings Summer and Dominik back together, eventually. She loses her violin and Dominik finds out about the violins previous owners. He is trying to write a book and he looks into the history of Summers violin that he bought for her. And when he bumps into her and finds out she lost it he helps her to find it. The spark is s
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Sönïa Dhillion
The series continued we got a greater view to summer feelings for Dominick and how stubborn they are and how much they missed each other but also understood each other about the faults they had. We also understood that summer was capable to have normal relationship but with some spice meaning Dominick. We also got a chance to understand lauryanne she was a true friend I liked her and Viggo he was adorable you couldn't hate him. He was fun, sexy and in the end loveable because he brought the stub ...more
Sarah
Dec 14, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: drama, love, erotica
Well finally. When I started reading this series, I wasn't sure if it was for me. I eventually wasn't shocked by what they went through. I actually just wanted to finnish the story. I really didn't like the direction that the author took this complicated love story, in the 1st book.

I was over all the sex, some times thats neither here nor there, that didn't bother me. The story in the 2nd book started to save this tale from the abyss it was heading towards. Then it ended & they still weren't tog
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Tracey
Sep 22, 2012 rated it really liked it
This book starts with summer living in ny and Dominic in London, it take a while for them to meet again which I couldn't wait for, they head off on a rocky road again not talking openly so frustrating, lots going on in this book including new characthers. Sex scenes - there were a few!! But I loved the ending.
Emma-Louise
Sep 06, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: erotic-fiction
A fantastic conclusion to Summer and Dominik's story! The ending was perfect and so... them! I loved every second of it.
Gabby
More 33.5 stars than 4.

I liked because:

a. It's the last one.
b. HEA.
c. The story of the violin.

I expected a lot better trilogy... just too... tiring.
Haidoulina
Oct 18, 2013 rated it it was ok
Exhibitionism... That's the only thing I can think for this series.... Not my cup of tea obviously.... I can't understand the whole group orgies scene...Why it was needed again and again????
Riad Mawas
Nov 29, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4.5 stars
I was also in love with this part. Great book and great love story ! Part 4 will be on my reading list.
H
Aug 04, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: adult, best-of-2016
This series is truly a misunderstood masterpiece.
Danii Hughes
Oct 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Awesome book loved it
Lucy
Dec 26, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: eighty-days-red
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Sibilla
Aug 18, 2013 rated it liked it
"And you’re both morons."

"Both?"

"Yes you two are your own worst enemies."

"You are like children, the way you play with your emotions, I swear."

"Enough playing games. You were made for each other."

Eighty Days Red - Page 252, 253


Lauralynn describes the relationship between Summer and Dominik very simple and sees it how it actually is. She is only a minor character and appears repeatedly in dialogues between Summer and Dominik. In a way, she smoothes the waves every now and then and calls out t
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Lucy Felthouse
Aug 31, 2012 rated it really liked it
Article first published as Book Review: Eighty Days Red by Vina Jackson on Blogcritics.

When I first heard about this series, I believed it would be a trilogy, so I was a tad confused when this was changed. However, I now get it. This is still a trilogy, of sorts, with Eighty Days Red being the last in a certain storyline. The next books go on to deal with different characters, which I'm very much looking forward to.

Anyway, onto this book. Eighty Days Red, in my opinion, is the best of these thre
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Mrs.Vishous-Kattalakis-Belikov :::Para Itch Reviews:::
World-renowned violinist Summer Zahova returns to London - the city where, for her, it all began. Free and single in the hedonistic capital, Summer embarks on a series of steamy affairs, embracing exciting new opportunities and travelling to Europe to fulfil her dreams. When Summer's priceless violin is stolen, fate brings wealthy and charismatic Dominik back into her life. Neither Summer nor Dominik can deny the obsession that still exists between them, but history has left its scars, and both ...more
♡B♡
Oct 26, 2012 rated it liked it
Okay this is a first for me. I never read a series out of order. And to be honest I didn't feel lost or confused about what was going on in the story. So that is a positive. I am sure I missed a lot of back story but I am okay with that.

Now on to the rest of the story...I really wanted to like it I really did and there were some things that I did enjoy about it. There is a sweet romance under it all but there was more that I didn't care for. I love a book that is descriptive I truly do; this tho
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Beckey
(This is a brief synopsis of the book, there is more that I could add to this section of my review...)

Eighteen months has past since either Summer or Dominik has seen each other. They both move on with their lives or have they? The female character that he used in his book seemed that it was based on her...

Summer has been in a unfulfilling but stable relationship with the conductor, Simone. Simone notices things and lets her go on with her life.
Summer decides to move back to London. She has had
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Estelle
Jun 12, 2013 rated it liked it
EDIT: I just realized, after I read the book, that this is the 3rd book of the trilogy and I haven't even read the two first.. I should probably have noticed it while I read the book but the book did not confuse me. I didn't get the feeling of I missed any pieces to fully understand it.

This book took me less than a day to finish haha, I needed to read something and I had this one near me, so I thought why not. It captured me, but I thought the ending was a little thin. I liked the beginning of t
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Helen Griffin
Jan 04, 2013 rated it it was ok
Happy new year!!

And what better way to start a new year than by finishing a book!

I usually can't go to sleep without reading first - regardless of the time - so in this case we saw new year in, went to bed, I read and poof, that's how my first book of 2013 was finished!

Unfortunately it was not a great book :( This book is number three in the trilogy and to be honest with you I'm pleased this book - and trilogy - is over. This book was by far the worst of the three but I needed to know the end (I
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Taryn
Oct 28, 2013 rated it it was amazing
First off, the covers of the Eighty Days trilogy are amazing and provocative. The books themselves are masterpieces.

Spoiler Alert*

Going beyond the bounds of erotica, Vina Jackson's trilogy explores not the world of kink but the characters that live just within it's bounds. Throughout there is almost a love triangle formed by Summer, Dominik, and the Bailly. In the first book, the soundtrack of classical solo's and trystly quartets, suits the burgeoning romance. In the sequel, the soundtrack it
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Artemiz
Jan 08, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: netgalley, 2017
The third book of Eighty Days series starts two years after Summer and Dominic split. Summer is punishing herself with running in cold weather, she is living with Simon (nice vanilla Simon) and Dominic has written a book that is basically a story about Summer and shares apartment in London with Lauralynn.

This story is the weirdest of them all. There is this love story. Meeting old friends and making new friends. And then there is this strange criminal mystery and a lot of music and traveling. It
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Parvin
This books opens with Summer living with Simon in NY. She feels loved but is bored and is aware that something is missing from her life. Simon goes back to Venezuela and Summer leaves for London. Summer meets a rock and rock superstar Viggo Franck and moves with him and his live in girlfriend.
Summer Violen is stolen and she asks Dominik for help .
I liked how they collaborated with each other and found out who stole the violin.

I enjoyed this book very much. It was a perfect conclusion in the tril
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Klaudyna Z.
Nov 07, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: kindle-books, series
I have to be honest and say that I was a bit disappointed with this book. I thought that it would be more about Dominik and Summer getting back together and how they were going to make their relationship work. But instead, through most of the book, Summer and Dominik were apart and leading separate lives. It was HEA in the end but I still would have liked to read more about Summer and Dominik together.

However, I still gave it four stars because again, it was very well written and I found myself
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Vina Jackson is the pseudonym for two established writers working together for the first time. One a successful author, the other a published writer who is also a city professional working in the Square Mile.

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