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Reflected in You (Crossfire, Book 2) Kindle Edition

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Length: 353 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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"The scorching sex scenes and fast-paced plot are strengthened by Day's superb writing, and readers will find themselves getting pulled deeper into Gideon and Eva's world. I can't wait to see what Day does next!" - RT Book Reviews

"...the steamy sex scenes and intriguing plot twists will have readers clamoring for more." - Library Journal

"Finally--someone who is hotter than Christian Grey." - The Wall Street Journal

From the Author

"Is it possible for two abuse survivors to have a functional romantic relationship?" -- Eva Tramell

Eva's question is the core of the Crossfire series. The answer she receives ("Absolutely."), gives her hope that she can find her way there with Gideon. I hope their continuing journey touches you the way it has me. We all deserve a happily ever after.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1441 KB
  • Print Length: 353 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley; 1st edition (October 2, 2012)
  • Publication Date: October 2, 2012
  • Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008673ZAQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,933 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Sylvia Day is the #1 New York Times, #1 USA Today, and #1 international bestselling author of over 20 award-winning novels sold in more than 40 countries. She is a #1 bestselling author in 28 countries, with tens of millions of copies of her books in print. Her Crossfire series has been optioned for television by Lionsgate. Visit the author at

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Wow. It is difficult to know where to start with this review. When Bared to You released, I loved the book, but I had questions as to whether Eva and Gideon would be able to turn their attraction into a lasting relationship. One thing was made clear, whatever would come for Gideon and Eva, it wouldn't come easy.

With eager anticipation and a healthy dose of curiosity I began Reflected in You. I read the whole book in one sitting. Reflected In You grabbed me, sucked me in, pulled me along an emotional roller-coaster, and left me in awe. Readers, if you sit down with this book hoping to walk away with that blissful, romantic feeling then this series may not be for you. Gideon and Eva struggle. Their relationship is plagued by their individual insecurities, communication breakdowns, and the demons of their pasts. However, the rawness of the emotions between Eva and Gideon is striking. One minute I was convinced that they would never be able to make it work. A few minutes later, I was crying and hoping that they could just keep it together.

Reflected to You is a book that stands out in it's genre. I am convinced that part of the reason this book is notable is because of the realism of the story. This book, this series, does not read like a fantasy romance. The issues the characters face feel real, the emotions they deal with and turn to feel real. The characters actions are understandable, in their own way. The attraction and chemistry between Gideon and Eva heats the pages. There is no question that this book is a smoking hot read with powerful, emotional, dominating sex. However, Sylvia Day makes it clear, there is much more to this mesmerizing story than sex.
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Yes I read the whole book in less than half a day - I will not give away any secrets of the book in this review.
I couldn't put it down. It was so intense and made you want to turn the page to see what was going to happen to both Gideon and Eva next. At times my heart ached for both of them. I love how the author brought everything together in the end. And yes we get more of a glimpse into Gideon's problems. But more important we get a good feeling of the intensity of their relationship. I am very happy that the author wasn't replicating anything that resembled Fifty in this book. This was her own work and was very well written. Her attention to detail is much better than EL James. I have to say at the end of this book I think Gideon is hotter than Christian Grey....
Now this has me waiting for the third book until December.....
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I may be the minority here, but I did not like this books as I had hoped to. I felt as though I had whiplash while reading it;hot-cold, up-down, on-off, passive-aggressive, etc. I wanted soo much more from this book but I did not get it. Gideon and Eva are exhausting! You want soo much for them and their relationship to evolve in a positive manner. Their relationship, in my opinion, is delvalued a bit in this book with a huge emphasis on the sex. It almost made it seem like that was all they had and their wasn't much more to it. There was soo much more to their relationship and it was profound, but it wasn't always portayed that way. Gideon continues to control and dominate. He expects Eva to share soo much, yet doesn't share himself emotionally and when it comes to his past. Eva is soo weak in this book and dependent upon Gideon until the end. She is also childish and immature in many ways and lashes out with another man; an old flame. I did not like that at all. Gideon has his issues but when you realize what he has done for her and sacrificed, you think Eva is not deserving of him. Yes, that's what I said. There is no trust until the end. Gideon's past is still unknown. A bit is revealed at the end. There are still soo many unanswered questions. The ending was not strong, especially after all they had been through and left me feeling bereft. I don't know how the author is going to address Gideon's past, answer all the unanswered questions and then bring our couple towards a happy ending (marriage, babies, etc.) in the last book.
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Rating: A .... Heat: Sizzling

The Crossfire series is, in my opinion, a modern day fairytale. Sure, the handsome prince has been replaced by a handsome billionaire. The princess transformed into a socialite. And the big bad villain, well, instead of a monster to be vanquished, it's their own damaged selves that must be overcome. But it is, none the less, a realistic and contemporary fairytale... It's nearly impossible not to be swept away by Eva and Gideon as they fight for their Happily Ever After.

And, oh boy, do they have to fight for it. Which makes every tiny success that much sweeter.

Reflected in You takes places right where Bared to You left off. I'm really glad that there isn't a time jump. I wouldn't want to miss one single second of their romance. I'm utterly captivated (read: obsessed) by them. Addicted to them. And if I thought the first book was great--this one is even more so! Completely blew past all my expectations. Engaged me in their drama so thoroughly, you can't help but feel every sting of jealousy. Every twinge of doubt.

And Eva is definitely put through the ringer in this installment. Some might say Eva is passive-aggressive, and maybe she is, but I also thinks she says, reacts, exactly how most women would. We all have insecurities and they're often ugly when they surface. Her reactions are organic and raw and it feels like unfiltered access to her every thought and emotion. How open she is as a narrator is one of my favorite aspects of this series.

Gideon, on the other hand, is at the complete other end of the openness spectrum. If I thought Gideon was a puzzle, a mystery, before... Well, in this one he is even more closed up and locked down--the man practically has a vise around his emotions.
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eBooks price higher than paperback price
I was just this minute thinking the same thing. Even it they are the same price it still bothers me tremendously. Greed in the publishing business. We can only lend an e-book one time thru Amazon, whereas a "paper" book can be read by an enormous number of friends. Every... Read More
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according to Sylvia's website she was late finishing Reflected in You so the date for Entwined has been pushed back to somewhere between February and May but I heard it won't be out until May. It's a long time to wait.
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I tried to lend it to a friend, but it didn't give me the option. Are you sure it's possible on this title?
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