Reflected in You (Crossfire, #2)
Pages no: 432
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, New Adult
“I’m obsessed with you, angel. Addicted to you. You’re everything I’ve ever wanted or needed, everything I’ve ever dreamed of. You’re everything. I live and breathe you. For you.”HOLY FUCKING SHIT !!!!If I had to rate this book based on its characters , I would have given it a 5 star review for Gide...
While still banging my head against the wall, I cannot help but wonder: Why did I even consider reading this book?! And what the hell is wrong with me?!There is absolutely nothing I can say about this piece of literature. My ability to think straight was brutally murdered.Should you read this book?
=======Current Read (re-read) June 2013A lot of high drama and high emotions. I just with that Eva would have a bit more patience and trust in Gideon. But I get that it's one of her first "real" relationships - something she's fighting for, so she's learning as she goes.========Original Read: Jan 20...
Book Nook — Young Adult book reviews3.5 starsReflected in You was both an amazing and difficult book for me to get through. It had many of the same elements as Bared to You—the sexiness, the intensity, and the emotional drama... But it was also ten times more frustrating!To start with, Gideon bega...
Back when I read Bared to You it was a few weeks after reading those-books-that-shall-not-be-named (at least in this review). And I thought it stood up well to any sort of comparison.Eva and Gideon are two of the most broken characters you will ever see. And their relationship is pretty much a const...