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Reflected in You (Crossfire) Paperback – October 23, 2012
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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.Read more ›
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.....
This book literally picks up right where the first one left off. I complained in my review of Bared to You about how Eva runs at the first sign of any conflict. She is still doing that, but to be fair no time has really passed for her and throughout the course of this story she does grow up some, but she still has that tendency to jump to conclusions. In her defense, though, Gideon does make it awfully hard for her. They are still learning to trust each other and while I do believe that deep inside they do, it's really hard for them to show it.
I liked that we got to meet a couple new characters in this book. I loved Eva's dad, I really hope that we get to see more of him in the next book. I was also really happy to see that Eva is realizing how important it is to have other friends. She loves Gideon and he is everything to her, but she is also starting to realize the need to have other people that she can count on.
I liked Cary in the first book, but I loved him in this one. This book was really rough on him, but he came through like the champ that he is. He still has some stuff to work through, but it's clear that he's a good person and he really loves Eva and I think he's really good for her. He is the one who makes her think through all the stuff that's going on with Gideon. He wants what is best for her so he'll always be there for her when she needs him.
Gideon was the one who really grew the most in this book.Read more ›
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I expected the characters to be developed a bit more, so it was very disappointing, Bare to You was so strong so I expected morePublished 1 day ago by Nicole
Way better than 50 Shades. Better writing, better story and better characters. You won't be disappointed.Published 3 days ago by Jennifer D. Mosher
So. good. Read it in a few days, can't wait to read the rest of the series!!! Twists and turns along the way with a great endingPublished 10 days ago by Chris
Can't get enough, this is the 3rd time I've read this series. So in love with G & E! A must readPublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
Another mediocre attempt at duplicating the energy of Grey books. These are unrealistic. Anyone trying to fix a man this broken is a pain tone around.Published 12 days ago by GLENN DONAGHY
Would recommend for an open mature audience. Captivating and hard to put down. Can not wait to read the next book in this series.Published 14 days ago
I might be a little obsessed with this series. The drama!!! I just can't get enough! On to book 3.Published 15 days ago by Lauren Wyant
Book 1 was great! I flew right through it. Book 2 completely dragged. She could have narrowed it down to the last 30 pages, where it actually had some sort of a story.Published 16 days ago by Dana Rivenburg