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Reading Ebook Reflected in You (Crossfire, Book 2) By Sylvia Day

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  Reading Ebook Reflected in You (Crossfire,Book 2) By Sylvia Day  THE #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER THE SENSUAL SAGA OF EVA AND GIDEONCONTINUES in the hotly anticipated follow-up to BARED TO YOU...the New York Times bestsellingnovel of "EROTIC ROMANCE THAT SHOULD NOT BE MISSED."-- Romance Novel News GideonCross. As beautiful and flawless on the outside as he was damaged and tormented on the inside. Hewas a bright, scorching flame that singed me with the darkest of pleasures. I couldn't stay away. Ididn't want to. He was my addiction... my every desire... mine. My past was as violent as his, and Iwas just as broken. We'd never work. It was too hard, too painful... except when it was perfect.Those moments when the driving hunger and desperate love were the most exquisite insanity. Wewere bound by our need. 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Gideon and Eva havenow solidified their place in my list of favorite couples.”—Fiction Vixen “Continues to grab you bythe throat and does not let you go.”— More Praise for Sylvia Day andthe Crossfire series “The rush of erotic fiction into the hands of mainstream readers invitesconsideration of whether twenty-first-century society is flirting with a new normative sexual epoch.Day’s novel explores this issue unflinchingly and compellingly by pairing her narrative of sexual  temptation and emotional risk with character studies that mirror divisive social and cultural issuesof identity, trauma, repression, and liberation.”—Andrea Cremer, New York Times bestselling author “You know you’re in for a good book when other authors—and I mean LOTS of otherauthors—recommend it.”—USA Today “A page-turner!”—Access Hollywood Live “Bared to Youtakes a sensual look at a darker side of love.”—Shelf Awareness “[A] highly charged story thatflows and hits the mark.”—Kirkus Reviews “Full of emotional angst, scorching love scenes, and acompelling story line.”—Dear Author “Will have you furiously flipping pages.”—Glamour“Sophisticated, engaging, clever and sweet.”—The Irish Independent “Superb writing...I can’t waitto see what Day does next!”—RT Book Reviews “When it comes to brewing up scorchingly hotsexual chemistry, Day has few literary rivals.”—Booklist From the Author "Is it possible for twoabuse survivors to have a functional romantic relationship?" -- Eva Tramell Eva's question is the coreof the Crossfire series. The answer she receives ("Absolutely."), gives her hope that she can find herway there with Gideon. I hope their continuing journey touches you the way it has me. We alldeserve a happily ever after. About the Author Sylvia Day is the #1 New York Times and #1international bestselling author of over 20 award-winning novels sold in more than 42 countries. Sheis a #1 bestselling author in 28 countries, with over 18 million copies sold. Her Crossfire series hasbeen optioned for television by Lionsgate. Visit Sylvia at,, and on Twitter @SylDay.Customer Reviews Most helpful customer reviews 319 of 335 people found the following reviewhelpful. Powerful and Stunning sequel By Heather BookSavvyBabe Wow. It is difficult to know whereto start with this review. When Bared to You released, I loved the book, but I had questions as towhether Eva and Gideon would be able to turn their attraction into a lasting relationship. One thingwas made clear, whatever would come for Gideon and Eva, it wouldn't come easy. With eageranticipation and a healthy dose of curiosity I began Reflected in You. I read the whole book in onesitting. Reflected In You grabbed me, sucked me in, pulled me along an emotional roller-coaster, andleft 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 isplagued 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 wasconvinced that they would never be able to make it work. A few minutes later, I was crying andhoping that they could just keep it together. Reflected to You is a book that stands out in it's genre. Iam convinced that part of the reason this book is notable is because of the realism of the story. Thisbook, this series, does not read like a fantasy romance. The issues the characters face feel real, theemotions they deal with and turn to feel real. The characters actions are understandable, in theirown way. The attraction and chemistry between Gideon and Eva heats the pages. There is noquestion 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. Gideon and Evaboth have to deal with the ugliness that has plagued both of their lives and deal with harsh realitiesand nasty truths that they would rather stay hidden. The powerful, emotionally-charged sex betweenthem can bring them together, but it could also push them apart. Eva is very definitely high-maintenance. She needs security and independence and her trust is not easily gained. A stunningrealization (for me) in this book was the realization that Gideon is so much like Eva. They both needsomething from the other person that is the hardest to give, trust and truth. There were places inthe book where I could guess what was to come. Nevertheless, I was still floored when these thingsactually happened. There were places in this book where my own heart was breaking for thecharacters. Even with the gut-wrenching emotions, I was very pleased with how the charactersbegan learn and grow. They both make plenty of mistakes, especially Gideon with his refusal toopenly communicate. However, they do begin to learn to make concessions for each other and learnmore about each other throughout Reflected in You. As I have said, nothing comes easily and thereare always consequences. Reflected in You got to me. I felt like I was on this journey with Gideon  and Eva, my heart breaking when they were sad, rejoicing when they were happy, feeling frustrationat the difficulties. It was not an easy book to read, but I loved every minute of it. Reflected is a book that will stick in my mind for a long time; I am sure to read it over and over in the future. The storyis far from over though, they have much to work through and even more issues to uncover. Gideonand Eva have an addictive relationship, they are addicted to each other, for better or for worse. Asfor me, I am addicted to their story, their journey through dramatic highs and lows. I am once againeagerly anticipating the next installment in the series. Keep it coming Sylvia Day, I can't seem to getenough. *I received this book for an honest review* 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.Crazy and F#>%'d up By K. Goode Wow, this story will drive you made with want and mad withfrustration. Want because you find yourself wanting Eva and Gideon to make it and fight for theirrelationship. Then you are frustrated with the lack of communication from Gideon and Eva's abilityto go from 0 to 100 with her emotions and uncertainty in everything she knows that it leads her torun at every obstacle she hit with Cross. But the complexity of them both and how their pasts haveshaped them keep this story going. You are hooked and don't mind the emotional whiplash you getbecause at every step there is a resolution that makes them stronger, more tied together, completelyin love. These book read fast and if you have a chance to listen to the audiobook it's worth the extraspend. 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Loved this book even more than Bared to You By JLinhart After reading 50 Shades I was looking for what to read next and ever list I foundsaid to read "Bared to You" which I did...which then lead me to read the next book in the series"Reflected in You". I have to say most of Bared to You I didn't think was such a great book...I felt likethe characters were not developed enough or for lack of a better way to describe it their relationshiphappened too fast without it being developed well in my opinion. But as "Bared to You" went on Iliked it better and towards the end I was invested in these two characters and really wanted to seewhat was next for them. So then, of course, I wanted to read the next book in the series which was"Reflected in You". At that time it was not available in book form so I bought the Kindle for pc version (I don't have a kindle or another reader but realized I could download kindle to my pc andread). Oh my gosh I am so glad I did because "Reflected in You" was so good. It almost has a bit of athriller aspect to it. If you are looking for BDSM it doesn't have a lot of that but does have a lot of erotic scenes. The storyline is so good in this book you will be wanting more but you will be asdisappointed as I was to find the next book in the series not available yet. Oh that makes me crazy. Iwant to finish a whole series instead of moving on to another series and then back to this serieswhen the next book comes out. Soon I will be confusing my characters. So I guess when she finallycomes out with the last one I will probably have to go back and reread "Bared to You" and "Reflectedin You" just to refresh myself on the characters again. Definitely read "Bared to You" first..then moveon to "Reflected in You". When I finished "Reflected in You", since "Entwined with You" was notreleased, I went on to read "If I Were You" by Lisa Renee Jones. "If I Were You" is probably the bestbook I have read so far out of the 50 shades genre (but again the follow up books in that series arenot ready I'm stuck finding another series lol) See all 5693 customer reviews... 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