I really loved this book... It was like FSOG but different as well. I did not like how it ended. I felt it left a lot of questions unanswered but... it was still really really good!!
It's a MUST READ!
I enjoy a happy ending but can these two individuals with abusive pasts make their future together work? What is incredibly depressing is how high the statics really are for those that have suffered from abuse. Im sure alot more people will be able to relate to this story than they are willing to admit. The hurt, need for acceptance and struggle for security in these characters make you want to find out what happens to them.
Since I've only listened to the book all I can say is I enjoyed listening to it immensely.
The instantaneous chemistry between Eva and Gideon.
No, but looking forward to it.
The way Eva made sure to take care of Gideon after one of his worst nightmares where he could have hurt her. She made sure he knew she would never leave him that was heart wrenching.
This story is perfect for listeners who need to be weened off of Fifty Shades. Even with that said, Eva and Gideon's story is much more severe than Christen's and Anna. That story had one character overcoming several types of abuse from his past. With this explosive story we have two people trying to over come their abusive past together. Their attraction, love, and misery are immediate and you can't help but pray for them to over come their fears. Plus the people that surround them seem to need as much help as they do. In the end you find your self wondering how this couple will find their " Happily Ever After".
Yes, details in book are easy to visualize.
Yes, left me wanting additional information about how the relationship ended/continued.
The possible expressions and personalities of each character,without your having to give thought, it was just there.
No, but I did.
The story was interesting but the narrator takes the story to another level. The talent of Jill Redfield is awesome. She made the characters real and interesting.
One of the most memorable moments was when Gideon attack Ava after a horrible nightmare. After the situation calmed. They held and consolved each other and he cried until morning. The cause of the nightmares was never revealed in the book but it was eluded to. It just makes the reader aware that no matter who you are, everyone hurts.
Gideon was by far my favorite charactor. He has swagger. He has power and authority. He has style and finesse. He is educated, wealthy and fit. He has a commanding personality and at the end of it all, he is fragile, insecure, and vulnerable. He is human.
This book made me laugh. It made me cry. I was frustrated, curious, envious. I was all over the board with emotion.
Bared to you is rich in characters who are real and fractured. I found myself captured by this recording.
Bared to you is an interesting listen, but is very steamy. If you that's not your cup of tea, you may want to pass on this one.
This was a great, great listen!!
I give it a pretty good rating because the narrator did a very good job. At first I was not too sure about her main male character's voice- but it grew on me as I listened more.
The story is similar to 50 Shades in theme- but this narrator did a much better job.
This is the 1st audio book I've heard with Jill Redfield as narrator. I enjoyed her and will look for more books from her.
No, because I had already read the book so I just wanted to hear it and enjoy it this way. There were some days when I listened longer than I had planned to.
The story was good. I enjoyed it and can't wait for th 2nd one in the trilogy. I hope that Jill Redfield does the narration for the whole trilogy.
I loved it and have listened to it three times already. I give this a thumbs up
Jill Redfield really brings "BARED TO YOU" to life. Her character voice changes let's you know who is speaking before she reads their name. She is well skilled and knows when to speed up and when to slow down within the story.
The story is ok, I just finished "50 Shades of..."(series) the night before, I started "Bared To You". There was a lot of eye rolling as each character was introduced, how we meet them and what their role are in the story. So similar to "50", I wanted to put it down. But JILL REDFIELD kept the story interesting and kept me going.
I am glad I did, "Bared To You" is better then 50, more real to life. All the characters are beautiful and seem to have it together on the outside, we envy them and secretly wish we where them, but they are a wreck on the inside. So true to real life.
Because of JILL REDFIELD I am looking forward to listening too and reading Sylvia Day's "Reflected in You: A Crossfire Novel (Crossfire Series)"
JILL REDFIELD can read me a bedtime story any night.
Definitely a YES!
Without spoiler, finding out what happened to Ava from her past.
No but she did a good job on this story.
Without you I'm incomplete.
Loved this book! Gideon & Ava has my attention for sure. This story is better than 50 shades of grey in my opinion and if you are looking for a story like it then you wont be disappointed. Anxiously awaiting the next book coming out in October so get to this story soon.
Everything about this book is totally fabulous. The story grabs you from the first minute or two, and the narration is absolutely top shelf; 6 stars. This book is far more literary than the Fifty Shades trilogy-- and the dialogue sounds real. The character development is excellent. Can't wait until Part Two comes out in October!
Would have loved it to be, but alas, had to interrupt it for work and sleep!
I have found a new favorite author, and a new favorite reader.