Not if they are of similar content
I felt like the their story was of poor detail and was just an intro to the next porn scene in the book.
Say something about yourself!
This book is for other people
Great author , just to much sex for me
Not Fifty Shades
I see why reviewers have compared this book to Fifty Shades of Grey. I agree that there are many similarities, but I think I like this story is much better so far. I definitely like the narrator, Jill Redfield, much better.
Fantastic. I start listening to the series specifically because she was the narrating it. I just finished listening to her narrate The Phoenix Pack series.
What you didn't know you couldn't live without.
I like the book, but I think it wise that anyone who has recently read Fifty Shades of Grey should wait a while before reading this book. They are not exactly the same, but at first I did feel like, "been there, done that". I had to take a breather and come back and listen to the book after some time had passed.
Narrator was awful. The story had no point. It is more graphic pornography listening than storyline to follow.
Narrator was awful.
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Gideon Cross - the end!
Hmm...the limo ride. Hot damn.
Never listened to her before, but she did a good job. She's got a more mature voice than I would picture for Eva, but that didn't stop me from enjoying it
Unfortunately no...but I REALLY wanted to.
This is the start to an AMAZING series - Gideon Cross is flat out one of my top Book Boyfriends ever and I love love love this book.
NEVER. I'd like to return this one.
Never. Unless it is being read in parts to help teach young women what a predator, and not a romantic hero looks like.
Favorite? What is favorite about hearing a woman say 'No' for an hour and a half and them have him run his hands up on to her bum and she thinks that was wonderful? Insulting to both men and women. TRASH! An absolute affront to one's intelligence. Men go to jail for not accepting 'No.' And here we have a woman writing Oh but isn't he the romantic, hero. Absolute bullshit.
I cannot believe that women buy this stuff and read it. Have they such low self esteem these days? A man like that should have been reported to the police at the first grope.
Yes! The chemistry between Eva and Gideon is white hot! I studied psychology in school, so I get this book. Both characters have childhood issues that present themselves throughout the story, which makes for an emotionally intense roller coaster ride! One of the biggest reasons I would listen to this story again is Jill Redfield's narration skills are STELLAR!
I loved Cary! He was funny and silly and sweet and just wanted to hug him. Don't get me wrong....love Gideon and wanted to crawl into bed with him, but he scared me a little.
I can't say enough good things about Jill Redfield! I will listen to ANYTHING she narrates!
Yes....and finish all three books!
I enjoyed how Gideon and Ava are so drawn to each other and yet they both have issues to over come and seeing how they work through them.
I like the fact that it uses real life issues.
I like the voices Jill uses to bring each of the characters to life.
It made me laugh, cry, and realize that keeping fears locked inside brings the intimate separation I crave.
Can't wait for book 4
No to Sylvia Day, not only was her entire story minus maybe two details a total knock off to 50 shades of grey it was a desperate and sad attempt. Jill Redfield on the other hand NAILED it and I would totally listen to more of her narration's.
1st most dissuasion ting thing, The plagiarism, I think she should be sued by the writer of 50 shades of grey. 2nd was how sad and pathetic she made the female character... I've never hated a character so bad!
Jill was the saving grace to this book! Her voice fluctuations were perfect!
If you've never read 50 shades of grey you will probably like this book, but I read 50 before this and just couldn't get past how unoriginal it was
It's a shame Sylvia Day can't think up her own story lines, as she is not a bad technical writer
I am a lover of books. I enjoy losing myself in a fabulous romance and great story plot.
4 STARS BECAUSE I'M SUCKED IN…..
I've heard so much about the Crossfire series that I finally decided to dive in….And, let me tell you, I dove into an intricate tangle of drama, emotional highs and lows all wrapped up in the enigmatic Gideon Cross and beautiful Eva Eva Hammel. The writing is very good and we are introduced to both leads in the lively New York City. I was captured by the fact that everyone in this book (main characters) are beautiful, but seriously messed up through childhood sexual abuse. We only learn about Eva's backstory in this book. Both lovers meet and meld into each other due to this undeniable, animalistic, magnetic sexual attraction. Yet, Gideon makes the first move and aggressively pursues Eva.
There were a lot of things I liked about Eva…she's beautiful and has wealthy connections, but is not pretentious. Her mother loves the lifestyle that comes from money and married a millionaire, but Eva seems anchored through the love of her father who is a cop in San Diego. Eva also has an interesting roommate, Cary Taylor who is a model with a climbing career in the industry (who is also seriously messed up & goes further into a tailspin in this book). I liked that, as a heroine, Eva has a feminine vulnerability, but she is also assertive with Gideon. She doesn't give in to him right away, and is not afraid to vocalize why. She is always assertive and tells Gideon hows she feels. I appreciated that she did not hold anything back in the relationship.
Gideon Cross is extremely wealthy as he has his hand in the pot of various businesses, hotels, night clubs, gyms etc. The guy is loaded, but he's also charismatic, gorgeous, striking, with the grace of an animal and exudes a quiet aura of power. I didn't really think that Gideon was an overbearing alpha male…not when he gave in to Eva so much and spent most of his nights at her house. He mentioned some S&M, but when Eva objected, we never heard about this suggestion again….lol
The plot moves forward through a series of experiences between the characters that are emotional, draining and sexually potent. Eva and Gideon are ON FIRE in the bedroom, but outside of the bedroom they can't seem to escape relational problems. I felt Eva's plight with Gideon because he could be emotionally distant, and didn't deal well with the women in his past. Even though Magdalena Perez was disarmed as a threat for the affections of Gideon, a new threat, Corinne was introduced at the end of the book, and I felt a rage and jealously for Eva…..Gideon does not "get it" when it comes to these women…So, I know the drama has only begun since this series which was originally meant to be 3 books is now being drawn out into 5 freaken books!!!!
OMG, WHAT THE HECK DID I GET MYSELF INTO???? If I give in to the sensible part of myself, I will stop at this juncture and wait till all 5 books are released before proceeding. However, if I give in to the unhealthy and curious part of my psyche…the part that is sadistic and inflicts pain without reason….well, I will move forward with this series…..I haven't decided yet.
Narrator: I really liked Jill Redfield. She executed her performance very well.