I thoroughly enjoyed the first book in this series, Eighty Days Yellow, so I was looking forward to this one, too. It continues the story of Summer Zahova and Dominik, an unpredictable, fiery, dom/sub couple.
Summer is now living in New York, many, many miles away from Dominik, who is still in London. She’s a violinist with a major orchestra, which she enjoys very much. Under the tutelage of her talented and attractive conductor, her career goes from strength to strength. However, the rise of her career does not help her love life one bit. The distance between her and Dominik, although physically diminished, grows emotionally. Can the two of them overcome their multiple issues, or does this spell the end of the road for them?
Although this book wasn’t quite as enjoyable as the first in the series, it was still very good. I enjoyed the physical and emotional journeys the characters went on, and the twists and turns in the plot. I’m very interested to see where the next book takes Summer and Dominik.
Overall, if you’re looking for a new erotic romance series to get your teeth into, you should check out the Eighty Days books–but make sure you read them in order.