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Fifty Days

Fifty Days

Fifty Days

***Warning: I take no responsibility for how many panties are ruined by this hot filthy story full of amazing sex with a dirty-talking dominant man. Extra batteries highly recommended. Mature content. 18+ only.***

I know you. I know what you want, what you secretly desire.

You walk through the world hiding your true self, all covered in clothing that only slightly reveals the real you. You make yourself up to look so pristine. You follow all the social cues to make sure

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3 Responses to “Fifty Days”

  1. Sue B. says:
    5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Hot and mysterious and oh so addictive =), December 5, 2014
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    Sue B. (Texas) –

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    This review is from: Fifty Days (Kindle Edition)
    Why all the negativity from some readers on other book sites? Personally, I hated this book…because I hate all serials that tease you into submission…make you addicted like a drug addict who needs a fix…and I need another one.
    This was a free short sexy teaser of a novella that was interesting and mysterious enough that I WANT MORE! AND smoking hot…with an alpha male bossy enough to make you go WHAT? and a heroine that you understand is craving that dominance.
    Why does this mysterious woman want to hire someone to spy and get evidence and who has committed the ultimate crime at the cliffhanger ending? We shall have to see…

    **** 4 **** “hot and mysterious…who are you really?” stars

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  2. Reviews says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Unfortunately, not for me, April 11, 2015
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    This review is from: Fifty Days (Kindle Edition)
    I received this book via Netgalley for an honest review.

    This is the first part of the serial called Fifty Days. As per usual with serials, the installment ends on a cliffhanger.

    I don’t know if you’re the same, but upon reading this blurb I was intrigued. I mean, it’s not telling, but gives some clues as to what to expect. That worked on me when I saw this book on Netgalley. Unfortunately, and maybe my expectations were too high, but I didn’t like this first installment.

    It’s a matter of personal taste, but when I read erotica novels or serials, I like it when I feel and see a building connection between the characters, a connection that has the potential to go beyond the rampant lust. Sex scenes after sex scenes when the characters are just meeting (and I mean that literally because this installment covers the first day), I have a harder time to enjoy a story and get into it.

    Also, I don’t like the main characters. Neither Sloane, nor Matthew are compelling. I can’t see a quality that makes me want to stick by them, I don’t see a weakness that makes me want to know more, and I don’t feel much of anything regarding them other than mild annoyance. They’re over the top. In my opinion, way over the top.

    I don’t mind graphic sex scenes, I don’t mind reading several sex scenes pilled up in a book, but I’d rather read something that is more than a sex scene for the sake of it. Right now, I don’t understand the real plot, don’t get why the author made the characters have sex so soon and so easily and I find it disappointing that the suspense, which I think is supposed to be the main thread of the plot, so little used. In the end, I’m pretty sure the suspense isn’t taking more than 5 pages and the rest is mostly about the sex and how Sloane has never met a man like Matthew and how she’s never like this with men and things like that. And when it’s Matthew’s POV, it’s mostly about Sloane’s sex appeal.

    I don’t know, I was expecting something very different, not as much in term of plot, but in term of how the story is built and the characterization.

    I don’t think I will be reading the next installments. I’m sorry.

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  3. Anonymous says:
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Slow Developing Plot, February 22, 2015
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    An interesting introduction…Somewhat puzzled that the writer implied that assassins are good looking and tall? I found Matthew somewhat pathetic when insisting that he was the senior partner in command, and such an anal. In actuality both Drake and Matthew acted like boys. Although must admit that I found Drake to be narcissistically hilarious! Thought that both Sloane and Drake complemented one another by being somewhat odd. A rather uninteresting read, that becomes intriguing at about 90% of the book. Leaving the reader wandering about the “tall woman’s” motive and target? Hated the ending, just when the book was starting to become interesting, then abruptly ended!

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