Seven Years to Sin is the smart, sensual story of a young woman's sexual awakening at the hands of a handsome rogue in Regency England . . . Perfect for fans of E. L. James.
Seven years ago, on the eve of her wedding, young Lady Jessica Sheffield witnessed a scandalous seduction by the roguish Alistair Caulfield. But after years of serene and comfortable marriage, the widowed Jessica still cannot free her dreams of Alistair and that long ago night . . .
Praise for Sylvia Day, bestselling author of the sensational Crossfire series:
'Move over Danielle Steel and Jackie Collins, this is the dawn of a new Day' Amuse
'Several shades darker and a hundred degrees hotter than anything you've read before' Reveal
Lady Jessica Sheffield has seven years and more than 300 pages to sin, and sin she does, with great enthusiasm and in considerable detail, in this erotic Regency. Shortly before her wedding, Jess sees rakehell Alistair Caulfield performing unspeakable but delicious acts with a more than willing lady. She undergoes a sexual awakening, transfers that interest to her husband, and enjoys a happy seven-year marriage until she's left a childless widow. In the meantime, Alistair has reformed and built a shipping company. When Jess decides to inspect her inherited Caribbean property, Alistair manages to get her on board one of his ships, and the two steam up the entire Atlantic Ocean. Day creates sympathetic characters and skillfully weaves in some intense subplots about Jess's abusive childhood and her sister's violent husband. The main interest, though, lies in the extensive and graphic love scenes.
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Loved this story, really romantic and great sub-plot to keep momentum. I would like to read follow up based on her sister? Just throwing it out there's !
Rubbish was asleep. Very disappointed.
Not that bad
The language is very prim and proper until the sordid bits, where I feel it completely loses its feel within the story... The storyline is ok although I would have liked it a lot more if hadn't jumped from one persons story to another.... Overall it wasn't too bad, and I read it all so that's always a good thing :D