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I feel like the author is jacking me around. This won't be a greatest hits review. In fact, he professes his ardent desire for her every time they are together, which may re-assure her but oddly it made up far too much of their typical conversations. A core strength and command that masked everything Gideon did in life. I found myself wondering where this was going, and willing the story to move forward, but Sylvia Day was weaving a tale that was very unexpected; a delightful intriguing surprise!
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I have to stick around and finish this review. Negative Number 1: The first half of the book probably contained more romance cliches than any romance book I've read in a while. My all time non-favorite showed up in this status update. I was also not-vibing over Gideon using the word "milked" in reference to what a girl part does to a boy part. That is romance lingo - not actually something a MAN would ever say.
Negative Number 2: The story was all over the place. There was more running away and then return makeup-fucking than needed for one book. Compare this book to putting every single kidnap scene from the Kristen Ashley Dream Man series in one book oh snap I did go there, guess the snark didn't fully go away.
That's how much running and re-coupling happened. Negative Number 3: Gideon was a controlling jackass. Alpha is fine. Protective is fine. Controlling is not fine. I didn't think Eva's counter-reacting was enough of a get-out-of-jail-free card for his behavior. Her little games with Gideon to prove that she knew what he was up to were just that - games. Negative Number 4: The story could have been stronger overall.
It equals "hell yeah, that was an enjoyable chapter 3, 7, 14, and 29" I don't actually recall which chapters had the hot sex, but you get my point. I hated that we didn't really get to start learning more about why our characters needed therapy and healing until the end of the book.
I could have used a few more breadcrumbs of substance to balance out all of the extreme obsessing and jealousy issues. Just a few! I managed to point out my negatives without turning this review into a hate-filled rant. Overall, the book was alright with a few glaring issues. I do find myself more invested than I was with book 1 which felt like a better-written version of Fifty and left me underwhelmed , so I'll probably give book 3 a shot.
So, I managed to snag a small portion of my commentary from the original review.
I couldn't bear to send it all to the void. Here you go: I'm a little alarmed over the "new" romance standard that's crept in over the past year or so. Oh, who are we kidding? This hasn't been a creep The first few "extreme drama" books that I read were fun before it got old, fast. When the trend started, the style was new and different - it quickly became the kind of story which made us raise an eyebrow and excitedly start comparing notes with our friends about what the hell was going on.
Now it's just turned into a free-for-all of storytelling which has become prone to an over-saturation of carnal obsession and unwise decisions. What happened to smart characters and engaging stories?
How are we falling for this recurring story of ultimate dominance wrapped up in a smooth-talking, panty-dropping package? Do the 'golden' attributes of wealth and sex appeal give a person license to be a total controlling jackass?
Are trust, honesty and good character no longer valued qualities for the contemporary woman? You can chew on that and spit it out if you want.
My opinion does not reflect the general population. Most people love these books. What can I say? I did rate this one higher than the first, so something must be growing on me. This book was provided from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Honestly, the beginning of this novel drove me crazy.
It reminded me of the Fifty Shades trilogy by E. In addition, Eva was a whinny pushover and Gideon was a silent, selfish bastard. Their relationship was basically at a standstill for the first half of this novel.
They avoided all of their problems and used sex as a replacement for talking, a way to avoid the real issues, and a way to deal with arguments. I felt like the characters and their relationship were going nowhere. I just wanted to scream at the characters, especially Gideon. Eva said it best when she said, "I get two answers from him: Trust me and wait. It was like BAM! Eva picked herself up off of the floor, grew a pair, and showed everyone that she wasn't a weak, whinny plaything after all.
I really admired her attitude and, quite frankly, her audacity. Gideon, unfortunately, remained silent.
The story line also became a lot more intense and exciting. And, I absolutely loved the way this book ended. The big speech at the end, given by someone who is not a main character, was hands down the best part of this book.
The wheels were turning in my mind the whole time they were talking and everything clicked into place. It wrapped up this book nicely. Gideon and Eva made some progress in this novel.
There is still a whole lot for them to work through and I'm very curious to see how this series concludes. Again, the beginning of this novel really reminded me of Fifty Shades, but I will say this, the author did a great job of moving away from Fifty Shades at the end of this novel.
I think the conflict and the dramatic ending really made this book stand apart. Day is an extremely talented author.
I strongly recommend this series to adults who like domineering men, wounded characters, and emotional roller coasters. Since I have finished reading Bared to You, I have noticed the "alternate" Bared to You book cover and the Reflected in You book cover - both covers, in my opinion, are Fifty Shades knock offs.
To be frank, I am really mad about this. I know Fifty Shades isn't "my" series so I don't have any right to get mad over this The characters, plot, etc. Wasn't that enough?
Am I overreacting? Does this bother anyone else? Review posted at: Swept Away By Romance4. Just when you think their troubles are behind them, think again! I found myself wondering where this was going, and willing the story to move forward, but Sylvia Day was weaving a tale that was very unexpected; a delightful intriguing surprise! How it was revealed; painstakingly slow… made for some intense heart-pounding moments.
I knew something was coming, but I was never quite sure what it was. The author has the reader suffering along with the characters…and she does a damn good job of it! It borders on desperation and obsession…correction they ARE are desperately obsessed with one another! Only they can understand, give to each other, what is necessary to heal the pain of the past, but yet I have to wonder if they are only hurting each other more.
At times they are sweet and loving, but at a moments notice, that love, insane desire, lust, becomes gritty and raw. You are brought to the edge…each and every time! Warning…do not read this in public!! Her insane jealousy clouds her thinking and has her actions bordering on stupid.
However, she defies him in her quest to find out the truth, takes no prisoners, when she rolls over everyone to get answers. He is a contradiction; a powerful confident entrepreneur, yet when it comes to Eva, he is easily shattered. She is the only one who he reveals his vulnerability too.
Their relationship is one that is not easily remedied; it makes for a compelling, but somewhat frustrating read. My only complaint would be the constant reference to the blessedly endowed Gideon.
While I wouldn't deem the ending a cliff-hanger, so many questions remained unanswered and new ones have come to the forefront view spoiler [.
Some ghosts of the past have met their due, but so many have yet to be slayed. She has written a sensual, captivating, powerful second installment in her Crossfire series.
It is sure to please readers, leave them breathless, and have them eagerly waiting for more!! Although Gideon knows everything about Eva, this one does not manage to open up and let himself be known, when things get difficult, he tries to silence him with sex and it works for him.
In addition to this they will have to face more Gideon's ex-lover and many other situations of the past that will cause that they split apart. Totally bared. Our pleasure reflected in each other. Gideon Cross and Eva Tramell, together for less than a month, both seriously broken, are trying to build a relationship.
This is the highly anticipated sequel to Bared to You following on the next morning where the first book left off. This is in my opinion a more polished and professional book than Bared to You. A fairly impressive installment.
And I'm surprised that I liked it as much as I did. The relationship, the characters, the childhood sexual abuse, etc read much more believably. Even Cross's business success which I had a really hard time believing in the first book for a twenty-eight year old has been given an explanation, and though not completely plausible I did buy it, making me smile. In Bared to You Gideon and Eva's relationship, based initially on a strong sexual attraction, didn't seem to move on from there.
But this time around, it's much more. There is plenty of sex, although not quite as much as I'd imagined there would be. But in my opinion, it all worked much better. Even though Eva and Gideon manage to connect successfully through sex, the other parts of their relationship are still tumultuous. However, the added dimension of some suspense and a bit of intrigue to the storyline, lifted it above being simply focused on their sexual and emotional ups and downs.
The second half of the book was totally engrossing. Now Gideon at last reveals some secrets about his childhood abuse. Cary, Eva's friend has a major problem to deal with. Eva has part of her past come back to haunt her, with Gideon becoming involved. And Gideon makes an unexpected confession. This was a far better read for me than Bared to You, ironing out some of the problems that really bugged me about the first book.
The constant references to how Cross smelled. The overwhelming number of beautiful people.
The inconsistencies in characterisation. The plot holes. Though this is not without some faults. Both Gideon and Eva are way too needy.
Their relationship though passionate and consuming, is also obsessive and unhealthy. Eva's insecurities and Gideon's possessiveness makes for an angsty, emotional read, but they also come across as somewhat weak and immature.
The first half seemed to concentrate on this and stalled the pacing. The second half is where this book really came together. Reflected in You is a superior story to the first book and a surprisingly absorbing read. I had no intention of reading this sequel but I'm glad I did. This was a more mature, developed storyline, the writing, plot and characterisations more consistent, subtle and realistic.
In all, Reflected in You is entertaining, intriguing and well worth reading. It really reminded me of that popular rock song Whew, my head is still spinning from reading this book! The headliners of this show, Gideon and Eva, start off as two seriously fucked-up head-cases who believe sex can solve all problems, and who appear to thrive on angst, jealousy, anger, fear, and control.
Sex, on the other hand, apparently solves everything. When I first read that this series was going to be stretched into three books instead of the originally intended two, I immediately had some concerns. Unfortunately, I think that is what most of the first half of the book contained: It felt as if they were still back at the beginning and making no progress whatsoever. It was scene after scene of them stuck in a repetitive cycle of jealousy, anger, hurt and then makeup sex.
I enjoyed the hot make up sex, and loved how devoted Gideon was to Eva, but watching these two fight over and over without making any progress got old quickly. I was ready for the story to move on. Fortunately, the ending solved that and even shined some light on why Gideon kept so many secrets. We also learn more about his abuse story, so be prepared for an emotional jerker when it comes. I loved the ending, and it now feels as if the series is well back on track.
And best of all, I loved the Gideon and Eva we see toward the end.
Just maybe fingers crossed! Eva feels threatened and very jealous, which calls into question her trust of Gideon. The fighting and arguing between Gideon and Eva felt non-stop.
Even when they were together and having sex — they were still fighting!! And while he hates the constant fighting, he will only play this by his rules. It was frustrating! I found myself yelling at Gideon over and over! This plot device felt overly contrived too.
It was just more drama and head-games that could have easily been prevented. They cannot have sex enough, and he needs to know where she is and who she is with at every moment they are apart. He continues to spy on her, have her followed, and disrespects her privacy — all in the name of loving and protecting her. In fact, he professes his ardent desire for her every time they are together, which may re-assure her but oddly it made up far too much of their typical conversations.
They spend time visiting Dr. Petersen, a therapist, but make little progress. They are still both dealing with nightmares and significant issues form their childhood abuse. He has his own storyline, and I am routing for an HEA for him too.
The sex scenes were plentiful, and some seriously hot. When things went wrong and it did often! And while I enjoyed all of the hot sex scenes, the lack of relationship building was off-putting for me, despite how much it fit with their personalities. The ending of this one made up for much of my issues I had early in the book, and even renewed my belief that Gideon and Eva are meant for each other.
I have great hope for Gideon and Eva now! I would love to see more of the Gideon and Eva we saw toward the end of this book.
As the lyrics say "Head games, and I can't take it anymore". My thoughts exactly. Spoiler Free Review3. Adult Romance Erotica"You know what happens when you run, angel. Reflected in you has Gideon and Eva trying to move forward in a relationship that seems impossible for them to uphold. Their passion for one another is like a Tornado. A Tornado that is unstoppable and can change it's course at any given time.
It can never be predicted, and that's exactly how their relationship felt. Chaotic, it could go from zero to sixty in a nano second.
I found their love to be desperate, extremely intense and possibly reckless. Yet they fought for it with every breath that escapes their lungs. Wait, let me start over. You know the one I'm talking about.
The one that leaves you all discombobulated after you get off! Not enough we're together now "happy happy joy joy. I liked that!! A lot!! I'm sure I missed a few I love you and hot sex moments but you get the gist of it. And I found myself wanting to choke Gideon. But he still grated my nerves. I have a true love-hate relationship with this book.
Some parts I loved and some I did not. This book gets 3. So the mystery was gone for me. Couple that with the shaky relationship they had and it made the book hard for me to enjoy. I will continue with the series and I am very interested for what Sylvia Day plans to do in book 3. Do I recommend it? Now go forth and read. Then come tell us about it on Goodreads! Just finished book one and I seriously cannot wait until October!
Gideon and Eva are perfection. The other half of me. Reflected in You begins right where the first installment, Bared To You left us. Eva and Gideon are still struggling with the demons left over from a horrific childhood of sexual abuse. They both have insecurities and neither know how to have a relationship. For Eva, Gideon Cross was her drug of choice He was her every desire. For Gideon, Eva was his addiction too His obsessive and insatiable raw need for me, which reflected the depth of my need for him!
And a revelation that shocked me! I loved it!
For this reader, Sylvia Day has knocked it out of the ball park when it comes to these installment series! I can hardly wait until December and get the conclusion, Entwined With You. If ya loved Bared to You then you'll love this story. If you're not a fan then get gone. Reflected in You is appropriately named for Gideon and Eva. Once again, I love the visuals my mind conjured up. Day writes awesome sensuality and smokin' sex scenes She takes us to another level in their relationship whether it was good or bad, I enjoyed the ride.
Other characters new and old come into play and maybe we can get side stories on them. Gideon woke up ready to conquer the world, and liked to start that domination with me.
He was my drug, and I had no desire to kick the habit. Even for a minute. His free hand slid slowly up his ridged abdomen and squeezed his pectoral, making me jealous. Fuck Yeah! Reaching for my hand, he lefted it to his lips and kissed my fingertips. You're everything I've ever wanted or needed, everything I've ever dreamed of. I effin loved it! What an amazing book! I've had nervous knots in my stomach and have bitten down all my nails over the last three hours. What a fabulous second book!
Can't wait for the final book. These books have been compared to Fifty Shades, but they are one thousand times better than those books. You still get the sexy screwed-up billionaire alpha male who comes off as so controlling it borders on stalking.
However, the heroine is no meek child. Eva is just as screwed-up as Gideon and she's also wealthy. These books are about two damaged people who enter a dysfunctional relationship and work as hard as they can to make it a functional one.
The first book set up their story and this book was more about Eva's past history. The story was beautiful as sacrifices are made and they love each other unconditionally. I haven't stopped thinking about the book since I read it a few days ago and I'm even thinking of re-reading it. For those fans of Fifty Shades, this is a do not miss.
Once you read the first two in this series, the author has several historical romances and paranormal romances with spice to hold you over until the final book in this trilogy.
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