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Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Genevieve didn't have a day sex contract in mind when she began business negotiations with James Sinclair, and she soon finds herself the star of a series of kinky and erotic fantasies.
Thrown into a world of sexual challenge, she must learn how to balance her career with the world of fetishism. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published June 1st by Black Lace first published More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Ninety Days of Genevieve , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about The Ninety Days of Genevieve.
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I tried to check that out, but I didn't manage to find any details about If this information is not correct, please let me know. But if it is - my mind was trying to figure out how old I was back than and what I was doing. My innocent self was happily making fool of herself while dancing to Macarena , Where Do You Go and Un-Break My Heart or crying my eyes out after watching Jerry Maguire and sleeping in one bed with my four friends after Scream. And all that time I was completely unaware that out there were this whole different world of chains and whips and pain and pleasure.
First thing, all of you who think that this book won't be your thing because it was written that long ago note the sarcasm , do not worry - The Ninety Days of Genevieve has ageless feel and you will barely notice age gap between you and setting of the story. Genevieve is young, attractive and successful woman who finds herself in the middle of the lion's liar - Mr. Sinclair thinks that Genevieve needs to learn the lesson.
So, we have classic plot twist - sexual agreement - by now predictable turn of events in this kind of novels. But this doesn't have to be a bad thing. It surely is not here - I couldn't go to sleep until I finished reading it my sister woke up to get ready for work and I went to sleep.
I shall do that damn striptease thing! My favorite thing about this book? Where to start? Relatable characters, absolutely captivating erotic atmosphere, great romance, amazing steamy scenes. You can even learn few things from this book - like how your sexual appeal comes from inside, from your confidence and attitude, at that moment when you finally let go and forget about your inhibitions.
Or how there is no place for inhibitions between two people who are in love. Fluffy romance. Only thing that I found a little bit over the top was love story. It is this whole knight in the shiny armor throws his fairy, kinky princess on his white horse and ride into the purple and pink sunset ending.
But that is why The Ninety Days of Genevieve is sugar-kink. Who should read it? Fans of romantic stories with kinky twist, nothing too shocking or dark. Just your regular full blooded female fantasy. Dear gods of kink I am sweating already! View all 9 comments. Initial reaction: I actually didn't realize this novel went back as far as it did for publishing and that it's actually a re-pub, but my biggest issue was how static the characters seemed despite some purportedly steamy scenes, alongside problematic scenes that just made my skin crawl despite reading it from a distant eye.
It takes on the rather familiar premise or was this one of the titles that shaped that particular premise - it's hard to tell of a woman who's at the beck and call of her su Initial reaction: I actually didn't realize this novel went back as far as it did for publishing and that it's actually a re-pub, but my biggest issue was how static the characters seemed despite some purportedly steamy scenes, alongside problematic scenes that just made my skin crawl despite reading it from a distant eye.
It takes on the rather familiar premise or was this one of the titles that shaped that particular premise - it's hard to tell of a woman who's at the beck and call of her supervisor sensually for 90 days. As to how those following days go I think I'd best leave that for the full review as well as my reactions because I'm still meditating on how I feel about this.
Probably a 1. Full review: "The Ninety Days of Genevieve" by Lucinda Carrington left me mostly with mixed emotions for a novel of its genre. I wasn't familiar with this title before I saw it listed on Harlequin's line of requests a while back, nor did I realize this was a title that was published many years ago. It might be credited with contributing to the workplace steamy alpha male boss meets submissive employee - but the overarching narrative put a cold impression on me.
On one hand, it doesn't waste time in showcasing the steam factor, and I somewhat understood that Carrington was going for different fantasies and imagery in the text for erotic overt and undertones.
And that's not a bad thing - different displays of imagery can be good. I remember at one point Genevieve visualizing herself as a Dominant over her boss and saying "That's progressive, at least it's recognizing a woman can not only have active fantasies about sex but also have the willingness to take the lead.
Way back. This novel lacks distinct characterization and personalities. Mostly while reading this, I felt like I was just wading through erotic image after image and boundary pushing scenarios without much heart or identity for the characters within. I spare no hesitation in saying that I didn't like Genevieve - she was incredibly judgmental especially of other women and oddly naive who didn't see that coming.
One example of her judging: "It was the first time Genevieve had actually watched women bodybuilders working out. She was surprised to see that both of these women were conventionally attractive.
They had strong, muscular bodies, but their faces would not have looked out of place in a cosmetic advertisement. As she watched them straining to lift weights that would have given some men problems, she wondered why they wanted their bodies to look so unfeminine.
Don't get me started on saying why using someone's anyone's sexual identity as a backhanded insult is abhorrent, because I could rage for days. It's not just the fact this was penned in the latter s, it's just crummy logic and showcasing to begin with. But then again, it has a f-f sex scene, but part of me wondered how much of that was, well, playing to fantasy.
I went back and forth through this novel between saying certain ideas were interesting but not expounded upon and others being complete turn offs. And some of these ideas aren't bad, it's just nothing was done with them and there wasn't a human or sensual connection - just jaggedly presented scenes of varying quality one after the other.
The other scenes between with the problematic turns threw me out of the book for how shallow and inaccurate they were, mostly through Genevieve's pampered and overly privileged lens. In the end, while I'm giving this 1. I don't know.
We'll see. Overall score: 1. I wasn't disappointed! Not so great. OK, at its worst it was still better than 50 shades. She was willing to have sex and what not with a stranger just for the sake of job. It turned out for them alright, but imagine if the initial mutual appeal wasn't there, would she do the same thing? Opening up and liberating your inner self I approve. Whoring for money and career, not so much. Aug 25, Talltree marked it as no-dnf-zzz-avoid Shelves: sc-erotic-kinky-bdsmy.
So when James Sinclair might be interested in moving his accounts to her firm, she's ready to do just about anything to get his signature on those contracts. But James isn't interested in Genevieve for her professional savy, he wants to explore her sexual nature; a side of her that he knows is there - but a side that she's yet to set free.
The Ninety Days of Genevieve