This was my absolute favorite "Romance Audiobook". I even listened to the Fifty Shades Trilogy and it was dull in comparison.
I loved that we got a better sense of Gideon. Once the story really started to unfold I was sucked in completely. Gideon was dominate and strong despite Ava's inability to comply.
I really appreciate her getting into the sexual bits... It takes the story to an entirely different level.
I listened to this book in a complete day. I could not stop, I needed to know where this was going.
Please listen!!! Jill is the best narrator.
who came first Reflected in You? or 50 shades of gray? So similar, it could be a mirrow copy, same storyl, same caracters, different channel. Disapointing
Yes I would Listen To it again. Because It was a well written book and it was extremely well narrated.
That it sounded real like real conversations and not just talking to your self.
Probably the scene where shes telling Cary to "Take care of it before You go" I laughed so hard.
Yes definitely but not without head phones sh*t gets steamy.
I LOOOVVEE that they stuck with the same narrator its my biggest problem with audiobook series is when they change the narrator
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The story is intriguing and sweet. The sex is hot and the love story is deep. A story that make you want that kind of love. Eva and Gideon continue the romance and exploration of their relationship. The trust that developss between the two finally allows Gideon to tell part of his tragic story. The flow of the story makes you wanting for more.
The honesty and the confession of Gideon to Eva. You can feel the love and understanding that is between the two...explains a bit more into the nightmares that haunt Gideon.
Eva...of course...I really like that the narrator really gets the emotion of Eva's character. Even in the hot and steamy parts of the book.
If I had all day to listen to this story I would. Its that good. I've listened to it 3 times since I purchased it.
I wish more narrators were into the characters as Ms. Redfield has. I can see and really feel the emotions of the characters. I like that you can define the difference between female characters and even the males.
The love story and the heat from love and desire.
The way it captured you and drew me in to connect with the relationship.
All were my favorites. I could.wait to get the next book and it was as good and streaming. Book three is already preordrered.
Thee entire Crossfire series has moved me. It make believe in love and passion all over again
I hope the romance does end in book three. Great writing is hard to find. I loved Fifty Shades bit Crossfire series tops my favorites reads. Love it.
HATE spoilers! Enjoy HOT, sexy books w/a plot. No vampires, paranormal, teens 4 me. Books outside HOT genre = books given to me to review
Yes, although I'd warn that it contains adult language & themes.
Discovering more about Gideon & Eva's characters and background.
Yes, she did Bared to You as well.... equally great performances.
No extreme reactions-ever. However, it made me think and curious for more...
Intense. Hot. Interesting.
Gideon was the hard edged sexy man we all lust for. His vulnerabilities and his obsessive need for his woman just made him even better.
She had the ability to make all her males voices sound realistic. Something that other female narrators have difficulty with. She was great.
Extreme reaction yes. I didnt want it to end..
Ok, so I knew what I was getting into when I started listening to this book, since it is a sequel, yet I thought it would pick up and have some kind of substance to it. There was no plot whatsoever except for the last fourth of the book. What we have is umpteen pages of: sex, withhold secrets from each other, argue about that, more sex, more sex, withhold secrets REPEAT. I rolled my eyes so many times during this book...it was that bad at times. That being said, the narrator of the audiobook did a wonderful job, but the story...ugh.
I loved the whole book from beginning to end
Gideon and Eva
the tag line would be the story line that dealt with Gideon and the stalker.
Eva expects Gideon to respond to her commands, but turns around and does the exact opposite of what she demands from Gideon. Gideon wouldn’t be able to stay at an important function because he would be constantly running after Eva in her controlling fits. Spoiler alert: Every character deceives by omission. Gideon doesn’t tell Eva anything, Eva’s roommate hides the fact that Eva’s ex is in town, Eva hides the existence of the ex from Gideon even when Gideon is going to be in the same room with the ex, Eva hides a visit with her father from her mother, and then hides the fact that both of her parents are in her apartment at the same time. Why all the lying and deceit? Talk about not communicating – cowards and manipulators all. For two books, Eva demanded that Gideon tell her everything – a constant tell me, tell me, tell me, tell me... The book finally gets to a point where Gideon is going to tell, and Eva says “You don’t have to tell me”. What’s up with that? At that point, a supposed serious moment turns out to be a joke. Then at the end, the book takes a turn where it would be difficult for the characters to recover – you see that a lot of times in TV shows or in a movie when something happens just to keep people watching or talking. Yeah, talking about how stupid that part of the story was. It just feels like the writer was desperate for ideas. I do listen to some book just to keep up with the latest craze, but I don’t always enjoy them.