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quote 2018-11-04 11:09
“I’ve always seen you, angel. From the moment you found me, I’ve seen nothing but you.”
Bared to You - Sylvia Day

~~ Bared To You by Sylvia Day

(Crossfire series, book #1)

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review 2018-04-02 00:00
Bared to You
Bared to You - Sylvia Day Very good. I loved how quickly all the miscommunication issues got dealt with, hooray for communication.

I also loved that Eva knows how to stand her ground, good for her.

Gideon remains a bit of a mystery - well, they both do and there are still plenty of things to tell in their story, but that's why we have four more instalments and I am looking forward to reading the rest of this series.
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review 2017-06-17 00:00
Bared Blade
Bared Blade - Kelly McCullough I picked up this series a while ago and am really glad I finally dug into it. I'd classify it as one of those fast and fun reads. This review is for the series (I'm done with the first 3 books at this time.)
I don't outline the plot or introduce any characters in my reviews as a rule since so many people do, so if you're looking for that info, keep scanning the reviews. I will tell you how I classify the book and what I thought about the story.
The story line is solid enough, though I wish there were more background offered up front. There isn't a lot of world building, and you learn the magic "rules" as the story unfolds. I will say that I really like the main character and his bonded shadow familiar and find their relationship touching. He's definitely one of those perfectly imperfect characters, with the skills of an assassin with a kind heart and a drive for honor, justice and integrity.
The magic and magic beings he encounters are interesting, but there's more focus on the characters and their personalities, rather than the type of beings they are and what they can do or where they are from.
What I do really like, is Aral and Triss. I like them as characters and the stories are interesting and engaging. I rate them between a 3-4 because I really do enjoy the stories, but they aren't phenomenal or really stand out. I do recommend them for people who like the Iron Druid and sequences like that.
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review 2017-05-20 00:00
Bared to You
Bared to You - Sylvia Day I felt like I was reading another 50 shades book. But it was very good. Different story plot, same sex though. Rough, raw. This was dealing with child abuse and victims. Which the author portrayed very well. I was quite impressed with this book and will definitely be reading the following books in the series.
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review 2016-01-28 12:30
Bared to You - Sylvia Day

Great for romance lovers, a step up from 50 shades of grey

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