Yes I would and I have. I have read Sylvia Day's Crossfire Novels Book 1 and 2 within 24hrs of each other. I couldn't get enough. Each page left you wanting more.
Yes and I did.
Yes!! It was a story that I couldn't turn off!!
I could easily compare this to 50 Shades. The chemistry of the characters is there from the beginning.
I loved the way she became the character in the story!!!! It was great!
I thought the first two books in this series was amazing. I can't wait for book three to be released. I hope it will be on audio right away. I don't want to have to wait for it.
I just can't seem to get into it. But because I purchased it, I will listen to it when there is no other book.
I'm a busy mom who loves to listen to books. Mostly I listen on my way to and from work.
Very high on my list. I really enjoyed the story and looking forward to what comes in book 3.
I enjoyed the whole book and actually more than the first one.
Jill Redfield does a great job.
The end when she finds out what happened and why he has told her to wait and "trust me".
Jill Redfield does a great job, in both books!
TRYING to create drama to continue this series really didn't work! It tries, but just doesn't have that kick that the first one did!!
This book is in the same line as "50 Shades" yet a little more tame. I guess you could say this book is a little less physical and deals with more the emotional problems the characters have from their past.
I enjoyed the verbal play between the characters even though the main character did seem to get mad quite often. I read 2 of the trilogy but not sure I will read the third.
It's almost the same story as 50 Shades. The female leads...Ana and Ava. The male leads...Christian and Gideon. Grey and Cross. Audi and Bentley (although WTG on the Bentley). Obsessed with transporting her everywhere. Exercise. Her parents not married. She's the only child of her father. Must. Stop. Now.
YIKES! The only significant difference in this saga is that the characters are less likable.
The one redeeming quality is the narrator. She is very good, especially for this kind of content.
Spare yourself the hours of deja vu (that I can't afford at my age) and find some other way to use your credits.
I truly enjoy Audible Books, gives me chance to to do two things at once whether it be driving to and from or busy doing the everyday household chores audibles make them just go down so much easier. Sylvia never disappoints. And Jill's performance of the heroine really good, not so fond of the of male counterpoint but it's hard to do males without sounding goofy. all in all it didn't hurt the story. Soo Sylvia did they lose any of their new found trust issues or has our heroine subcommed to Mr. Dangerous' "grip" of reality or does she comperhend the danger at all...? Hmmm....
could be quiet interesting to see her make a left without a turn signal huh? Just a thought.
Truly,I enjoyed it . It left my mouth hanging open, even if, I saw it coming.