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Reflected In You. The second book in the Crossfire series, This one is for Nora Roberts, an inspiration and true class act. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. Reflected in You: A Crossfire Novel. Author: Sylvia Day. Extract. Chapter 1. I loved New York with the kind of mad passion I reserved for only one other thing in. Eva and Gideon return in `Reflected in You`, the second novel in the erotic romance `Crossfire` series, following on from `Bared to You` - this is the perfect read.
Thank you for your feedback. View all 48 comments. This was my second reading and he was just as yummy!!! Learn more about Amazon Prime. The emotional highs and lows, intense, passionate and explosive love scenes, and that jaw dropping ending are just a few reasons why this book is one of my favorites from this year along with Bared to You, of course.
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Click here to refresh. Reflected in You Crossfire, 2. Web Summary Scores 4. Follow Following. Compare Prices. Gideon Cross. As beautiful and flawless on the outside as he was damaged and tormented on the inside. He was a bright, scorching flame that singed me with the darkest of pleasures. I couldn't stay away. All-New Kindle Oasis E-reader. Read the eBook Now. All the Bestsellers Books. Discover what millions already have! Whatever you're looking for - Audible has audiobooks for every passion.
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Writing style. Character development. Narrative flow. Background research. See Also. Bared to You Crossfire, 1. Very good books but very repetitive.
Isn't that what erotica is?? Repeated sex scenes?? A very special I am thank you goes out to my "GR daughter" , Britney for helping me by encouraging me to do this review. View all 34 comments. Spoiler Free Review 3.
Adult Romance Erotica "You know what happens when you run, angel. Reflected in you has Gideon and Eva trying to move forward in a relationship that seems impossible for them to uphold. Their passion for one another is like a Tornado. A Tornado that is un Spoiler Free Review 3. A Tornado that is unstoppable and can change it's course at any given time.
It can never be predicted, and that's exactly how their relationship felt. Chaotic, it could go from zero to sixty in a nano second. I found their love to be desperate, extremely intense and possibly reckless. Yet they fought for it with every breath that escapes their lungs.
Thoughts I.. Wait, let me start over. You know the one I'm talking about. The one that leaves you all discombobulated after you get off!
Not enough we're together now "happy happy joy joy.
I liked that!! A lot!! I'm sure I missed a few I love you and hot sex moments but you get the gist of it. And I found myself wanting to choke Gideon. But he still grated my nerves. I have a true love-hate relationship with this book. Some parts I loved and some I did not. This book gets 3. So the mystery was gone for me.
Couple that with the shaky relationship they had and it made the book hard for me to enjoy. I will continue with the series and I am very interested for what Sylvia Day plans to do in book 3. Do I recommend it? Now go forth and read. Then come tell us about it on Goodreads! Aug 06, Charisse rated it really liked it. Just finished book one and I seriously cannot wait until October!
Gideon and Eva are perfection. View 2 comments. The other half of me. Reflected in You begins right where the first installment, Bared To You left us. Eva and Gideon are still struggling with the demons left over from a hor 4. Eva and Gideon are still struggling with the demons left over from a horrific childhood of sexual abuse.
They both have insecurities and neither know how to have a relationship. For Eva, Gideon Cross was her drug of choice He was her every desire. For Gideon, Eva was his addiction too His obsessive and insatiable raw need for me, which reflected the depth of my need for him!
And a revelation that shocked me!
I loved it! For this reader, Sylvia Day has knocked it out of the ball park when it comes to these installment series! I can hardly wait until December and get the conclusion, Entwined With You. View all 38 comments. Apr 18, Spoiler Whore-Momoa rated it it was amazing Shelves: If ya loved Bared to You then you'll love this story.
If you're not a fan then get gone. Reflected in You is appropriately named for Gideon and Eva. Once again, I love the visuals my mind conjured up. Day writes awesome sensuality and smokin' sex scenes She takes us to another level in their relationship whether it was good or bad, I enjoyed the ride. Other characters new and old come into play and maybe we can get side stories on them. Gideon woke up ready to conquer the world, and liked to start that domination with me.
He was my drug, and I had no desire to kick the habit. Even for a minute. His free hand slid slowly up his ridged abdomen and squeezed his pectoral, making me jealous.
Fuck Yeah! I effin loved it! View all 24 comments. Apr 18, Shelly Bell rated it it was amazing Shelves: What an amazing book! I've had nervous knots in my stomach and have bitten down all my nails over the last three hours. What a fabulous second book! Can't wait for the final book. These books have been compared to Fifty Shades, but they are one thousand times better than those books.
You still get the sexy screwed-up billionaire alpha male who comes off as so controlling it borders on stalking. However, the heroine is no meek child.
Eva is just as screwed-up as Gideon and she's also wealthy. These books are about two damaged people who enter a dysfunctional relationship and work as hard as they can to make it a functional one. The first book set up their story and this book was more about Eva's past history. The story was beautiful as sacrifices are made and they love each other unconditionally. I haven't stopped thinking about the book since I read it a few days ago and I'm even thinking of re-reading it.
For those fans of Fifty Shades, this is a do not miss. Once you read the first two in this series, the author has several historical romances and paranormal romances with spice to hold you over until the final book in this trilogy. Jun 13, Sara rated it did not like it Shelves: I am going to review this within 30 minutes of finishing it because honestly, I cannot spend anymore time with this book.
I apologize, for this is going to be a bit of a rant. Not my normal forte but a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do. But this book just fell flat. As flat as my forehead is from banging my head against the desk, wall and Nook while reading it. I thoug I am going to review this within 30 minutes of finishing it because honestly, I cannot spend anymore time with this book. I thought that maybe in their four week was it only four weeks? There was so much drama, so much running away, coming back, and running away again that my head hurt and not from the head banging.
I couldn't focus on who Gideon and Eva were as separate characters and certainly could not connect with them as a couple. I felt like something was seriously missing. What was I missing? Oh, the five days it took to read the book! Sex in a book, sex that I know the author is great at writing to create some serious steam that I need to bring a towelette to wipe off my Nook should NEVER be confusing.
From the shower scene, the mile high scene, the OH SO uncomfortable ride in the limo to the beach view spoiler [Um was that premature ejaculation from an Alpha Male?
I am so confused! I never felt that welcome tingle and need to rush home or wake up my husband. Don't get me started on Gideon and his creepy behavior. I love a good Alpha Male but there is a line that is crossed in this book, not Crossfire but plain crossed. No is no, unless you have me collared and I have agreed to be your slave I don't need to safe out to get you to stop.
Safe-word or not, if you care for someone and they say get off then get off. Oh, does the man own ALL of Manhattan? Did they give him a key to the city?
Should we rename it the land of Gideon? Having wealth and power is one thing but they way he goes about it is not attractive at all. Eva did show some signs of a back bone but always ran back to Gideon.
I get love, I get loyalty and devotion but there is so much co-dependency between these two it made me sick. They need a new therapist or at least listen to the one they sit in front of. I had high hopes for this book I really did. The feel to it was so off and I don't know if it was how Bared was self published that made it different or that this just was not the book for me. View all 76 comments. Reflected in you book 2.
Find another way to fix us. Follow them through sky-high ups and rock-bottom lows as their relationship is tested with demons from their pasts, envy, jealousy, secrets and lies. Yet their biggest obstacles will always come from within. Books in the Crossfire series must be read in order: Book 1: Bared to You Book 2: Reflected in You Book 3: Entwined with You Book 4: Captivated by You Book 5: One with You Reflected in you book 2 picks up right at the ending of book 1.
It follows Gideon and Eva in their budding romance, as their love is tested over and over. They have so many obstacles to overcome, both from within due to their damaged pasts and from the outside with villains and more. In this story Sylvia took a risk with the direction.
I am content with the unfolding events, which will remain partly unresolved through the next-coming books. Again no cliff-hanger ending, instead it leads you right to book 3. Gideon Cross is my ultimate hero. His combination of larger-than life personality and uncanny good looks; enigmatic and elusive; intense and in-control; broken and flawed; ruthless and unyielding, yet when it came to his Eva vulnerable, relentless and human.
Unforgettable, intense, ruthless, enigmatic, dominant and captivating. Like it or not, but Eva Tramell is everything Gideon needed. Five words to describe Eva: Endearing, needy, tenacious, smart and fragile.
In my humble opinion likely to become one of the best love stories of all times! Would I re-read this series: Would I read future books by this author: View all 30 comments.
Damn books that make you feel like a yo-yo. It's so addictive. And damn you Gideon Cross. I've fallen for you yet I don't know why. I hate how big of an asshole you are, I hate how you've treated Eva. I understand this installment, but I have many questions. All beginning with Corrine. Again this is an old book, I'm behind the times here. Review will be short and simple. I'm loving this series, one i'd so recommend to you if you haven't read it yet.
The characters are so well b Damn books that make you feel like a yo-yo. The characters are so well built. I'm riding this journey right along with them. I have no time for more, I have to read on!! View all 25 comments. May 29, Debbie rated it it was amazing Shelves: My Kindle was nearly glued to my face while reading this book and I could not put it down from the moment I started.
Like Gideon Cross, I went hard and fast with this book and needed to read it like I need air to breathe. It needed to be nurtured in order to thrive and grow. Eva and Gideon are working on establishing the foundations of their relationship and in order to do that they must tackle their individual histories plus deal with bouts of jealousy, possessiveness, and insecurities.
The emotional highs and lows in this book made me want to reach for that bottle of TUMS and start popping them like Tic-Tacs. In essence, Eva and Gideon are two people who have no business in being in a relationship, especially with each other. But even when there are so many odds against them, Eva and Gideon fight tooth and nail to hold on to a love and relationship they're addicted to and desperately need.
A core strength and command that masked everything Gideon did in life. Some say that two wrongs don't make a right but in Eva and Gideons case, they absolutely do. Yes, their relationship is dysfunctional and stressful but their undying love for each other is undeniable. As flawed as they are, their union only makes sense and honestly there aren't many people in the world who would be able to put up with all of their issues. As per the usual, Eva played the jealous and feisty girlfriend which only made me like her more.
I give her props for wanting to claim her man and I really admired her for having balls of steel for confronting Gideon's mother, Corinne and Dr.
As for Gideon He's protective, commanding, and over-bearing as ever and the depths he will go to for Eva will leave some of you quite shocked. Without giving away any spoilers, I was schoked to find out Sylvia Day took the path that she did with Gideon. I had my feelings about it and wouldn't have doubted it but hot damn, Miss Day went there and left me with my jaw dropped. For better or worse, he was my soul mate. In many ways, he was my reflection. For a popular series like Crossfire with fans who are so engrossed with the characters, Sylvia Day definitely had her work cut out for her follow up to Bared to You.
With Reflected in You as one of my mostly anticipated reads for I am more than happy to state that Sylvia Day more than delivered in this sequel. The emotional highs and lows, intense, passionate and explosive love scenes, and that jaw dropping ending are just a few reasons why this book is one of my favorites from this year along with Bared to You, of course.
If you were a fan of Bared to You, Reflected in You is definitely one book you'll want to get as soon as it hits shelves. I know that Entwined with You will be released in December but I am already dying to find out what the conclusion of Eva and Gideon's relationship will be.
Crossfire is definitely my drug of choice and after reading each book, Sylvia Day leaves me on the most amazing book high that I've ever experienced. I'm still trying to process everything. All I can say is, Damn. My Kindle was nearly glued to my face. Sylvia Day had me captivated and Reflected in You was a fabulous sequel. Can't wait for book 3!! The "fake" review has been removed. I hate that it was bugging me so much, but I can't help but get rankled by the idea the pub or amazon or anyone other than a legit customer left a review for the purpose of selling pre-orders.
After some consideration, I removed all stars from this review. Another "fake" 5-star customer review has been posted on Amazon for this book. It states clearly: Its sitting at a 5-star rating for pre-orders and its completely fabrica Update: Its sitting at a 5-star rating for pre-orders and its completely fabricated.
Since they put the new one on there, its been climbing. Just saying. The questionable "customer" review on Amazon has been removed. Here's what I'm referring to: Somehow, a short, very vague "customer" review had been miraculously posted with a glowing rating for the Crossfire series declaring, "Crossfire, better than 50 Shades! I have to admit it did look very pretty with all its shiny stars in the top lists in the Kindle Store on Amazon.
I commented to ask the "reviewer" how they were able to post a customer review for this book - no response and I tried several times. Not saying that happened, but if no outsiders have been allowed to post one, how did it get posted? Anyway, its gone now. Original review: Rant Warning! As many of you know, I was crazy-bonkers for the first book in this series, Bared to You , so I was allllllll excited when I saw this available for pre-order. So, I decided that from now on perhaps my ratings will be based on the totality of my experience with that book.
That being said, my first experience is that its gonna cost more and "I didn't like that". So its receiving a 1-star rating from me. Actually, it's more of a 1. When or if I actually receive the book, I'll add the reading experience to my overall rating. Any experiences with the author as a result of my review will also be added to my overall experience of the book and will be reflected in the rating.
I am certainly not saying that I expect to have any of that occur, I am just saying that kind of thing can effect a rating. Don't know why it grates me so much that Penguin Can-Suck-It 's e-book pricing and lending policies actually "non-lending policies" would be more accurate as disabling the lending feature of e-books is de rigueur for them are so unsavory, but it does. Big time. It feels wrong. As far as I can tell, they are not e-reader friendly at all and I have decided in my own small way I'm gonna do something about it.
I have to really like the author to spend even that extra bit for those books. Get a clue, Penguin! It appears you're in a showdown with the e-reader readers of the world and that you assume to have the upper hand- so you're taking the stance that readers can like it or lump it. Okay then, I will lump it. A higher price point than a paperback?
I can't think of any other answer beyond This makes me want to support indie authors in a big way! Oh right, nothing. Dear Ms.
Please consider becoming a self-pubbed author so we can get a better price for your lovely books and cut the big, fat, invisible overhead out of the process. I loved Gideon and Ava. I will not, however, bend to these publishing shenanigans. If I don't get my mitts on it at a reasonable price, I will wash my hands of them.
View all 46 comments. There were things I loved about this story, unfortunately the things that frustrated me far outweighed those.
Or so we think. From the get go we have possessive and controlling behavior on both sid 2. From the get go we have possessive and controlling behavior on both sides.
They both seem to thrive on it. Day really knows how to write some steam, and boy does she excel at getting you hot and bothered.
I found myself pinned to the hallway wall by six feet, two inches of hard, hot male. I know I did. Eva freely trusted and shared her past with him. Instead we get pages and pages of frustration, and behavior that infuriates with no explanation!
I was about to pull my hair out! Add to that is Corinne! Gideon knows what Corinne does to Eva: But I had no clue. I was a self-centered idiot.
But does this stop the Corinne issue? All we get is: We must have some hurdle to overcome. But when the frustration and confusion are for almost half of the book, I start getting ticked. I feel like the author is jacking me around. In my opinion, this was completely unnecessary! Yes, I know, I am seriously ranty and harpy in this review.
This review is the result of that aggravation, I had to vent somewhere. You are my collateral damage. Is that all kinds of crazy? Maybe ……probably.
Maybe this is a testament of what a great job Ms. Day did in writing this story. Thank you to Penguin Group and Netgalley for allowing me to read this. View all 48 comments. Aug 13, Samantha Towle rated it it was amazing. I don't even know what to say Just brilliant I will forever be a Sylvia Day fan girl!!
View all 35 comments. Sep 21, Jen Davis rated it really liked it. This book really put me through the wringer. It made me hot. It made me angry. And sad.
And I mentioned hot, right? After I finished the story, I jumped on Twitter in need of social-media therapy and someone asked me if I liked it. I found that question hard to answer, because it wasn't as simple as that.
There were parts that were hard to like because they hurt. But I can say without hesitation that I was completely engrossed. I sat down, started readin This book really put me through the wringer. I sat down, started reading, and didn't stop until it was over.
I couldn't stop. I had to see how it would all play out. So what happens? It seems like a lot and not very much at the same time. The book picks up the day after the events of Bared to You.
Eva and Gideon are trying to make their obsessive relationship work, but they face all the same stumbling blocks: The sex is, simply put, amazing.
The fact that Sylvia Day does such a good job with this is incredibly important, since the sex is such a huge part of interaction between Gideon and Eva.
The other part --the part that involves their hearts and minds-- is much messier. It would be easy to say that Gideon is the screwed up one here. After all, he basically stalks Eva He makes choices that hurt her. He doesn't communicate. But the thing is -- she takes it. She stays with him; she craves him; she welcomes his sexual overtures like an eager puppy whose master has been away for a week.
All this, even as he wounds her with his behavior and his secrets. It was very hard to read at times, as each of them made destructive decisions and impetuous choices. With Eva's first person narrative, I hurt when she hurt. Yet even with insights into her thoughts and feelings, I just couldn't understand how she held on for so long.
Even more confusing and disturbing, though, were Gideon's actions, especially in the second half. I didn't like many of the things they did, but it was all in keeping with how damaged these two people are. They are at sea --and grasp at each other like life preservers. Even through all the dysfunction, though, I couldn't look away.
I had to know where it would all lead. I said at the beginning that a lot happens --and by that I mean, we finally learn what happened to Gideon in his youth. Something big happens with Cary. Something even bigger happens with a pivotal person from Eva's past.
Oh yeah, and my heart broke. But I also said it seems like not very much happened at the same time. That's because despite all they go through, I don't know if Eva and Gideon end up in a much better place than they started. The ending is a pretty big deal. I don't think I would call it a cliffhanger, but I think it's the beginning of the end of Eva and Gideon's journey.
A journey I will no doubt, see through until the end. View all 7 comments. Apr 14, Elizabeth Liz rated it it was amazing Shelves: Well, this one will teach me not to doubt you, Sylvia Day!! Those slow and annoying bits in the first half are completely forgotten and forgiven, and I bow to your authorial splendor!
Hold onto your hats, kids, 'cause this one is a bumpy, angsty, lusty, desperate ride. Sylvia Day broke out the magical writing pen for this one. Damn, woman, did you ever! And, a personal plea from me to the Author Goddess: You pushed my 'hot rocker' button, now you must de Well, this one will teach me not to doubt you, Sylvia Day!!
You pushed my 'hot rocker' button, now you must deliver;- 5 Big-Ass, Happy Stars!!! View all 21 comments. There is no way to put into words the impact Gideon and Eva had on me in this book. So many secrets, so many insecurities. But, in the end, so much love. My emotions were all over while reading Reflected in You. I hated Gideon for how he was treating Eva and making her feel like he was using sex to make up for his short-comings.
I hated Eva for being so dependent upon Gideon and not standing up to him. I loved Gideon for how he took care of Cary in his time of need.
I was proud of Eva when she put it all on the line. I was even more proud of Gideon as he opened-up to Eva. But, most of all, I held my breath waiting to see how they would overcome everything that was thrown at them. I will not do a synopsis of this book.
Too much happened and the only way to explain or even comment about it would be to give the whole story away. There is no way to explain the heartache or the amount of love that just tears you up inside. And, you felt everyone of them just as they were happening.
But, it all becomes clear as all the pieces fall together. Day brought all of the pieces of the puzzle together and then shattered them again and she leaves the reader breathless, wanting and waiting for more. The way Ms. You felt everything that Eva felt; she made her a part of you; she made you feel like you were living her life, her dreams and her nightmares. What will she have in store for Gideon and Eva? How will they cross the bridges that need to be crossed to find their Happily-Ever-After?
Will they finally face their demons together? Until that time, we will just have to settle for knowing that their love is all-consuming; addicting, and that they can and will face whatever comes their way. View all 3 comments. This was my second reading and he was just as yummy!!! These two deeply wounded souls work together against their demons looking for their happily ever after Sexy times!!! Gideon, for me, is the perfect alpha male, everything he says and everything he does is just simply delectable, delicious, amazing.
The way he uses his hands, his mouth, his body is just I treasure you, Eva, and what we have. Even our driving urge to fcuk each other constantly is precious to me, because it matters. I drank him in, licking and tasting, moaning at his insatiable need. There's no one else. There will never be anyone else.
Trust and jealousy are an issue for Eva and Gideon, and it has the ugly potential to drive a wedge between them!!! They cannot bear to think of each other's past relationships, they are possessive which creates a powerful, scorching intensity between them. May 09, Nia rated it it was amazing Shelves: One of the best series sequels ever!
Sylvia Day has outdone herself with Reflected in You. Best of the Best! In Reflected in You, Gideon Cross develops into a dangerously powerful and dark alpha male that takes us on an emotionally charged ride with Eva. Gideon Cross kicks Christian Grey's ass.
He's so lov One of the best series sequels ever! He's so loving one minute, and disconnected and dark the next, that I couldn't predict what was coming up next. All I wanted was a little crumb from Gideon, something to make me believe in him again.
The story just got better and better and by the time I read the last chapter, everything made perfect sense and I didn't want it to end. Reflected in You is one of my top ten faves of Loved it! View all 27 comments. It is no understatement when I say that I was literally counting down the hours to its release date, desperately clinging onto the little snippets that the author fed us along the way.
And, for me, it was definitely worth the wait. The intensity of their connection might make it appear like they have been together for a while but the issues before them are those of a new couple. Trust is their biggest hurdle at this point, giving rise to endless scenes of jealousy and bouts of self-doubt. Their insecurities make them explosive with one another, violently addicted to each other and yet endlessly passionate. We both had hang-ups, insecurities, and an addiction to each other that required regular contact to keep us functioning properly.
I hated being apart from him. I rarely went more than a couple of hours without thinking of him. I was never as intoxicated as I was when we were happy together, and I knew it was the same for him. We were putting ourselves through the wringer for those moments of perfection between us, but they were so tenuous that only our stubbornness, determination, and love kept us fighting for them. It does not take a psychiatrist to see how unhealthy their almost-symbiotic relationship really is.
We want them to make it, to overcome their hideous pasts and mend their broken souls. In any other scenario, we would be cringing at some of their interactions, but when it comes to Eva and Gideon, we just want to accept the dysfunctionality of their relationship for what it is, pat them on the shoulder and cheer them on. If you can just allow yourself not to over-analyze the toxic nature of some of the scenes, if you can become blindly consumed by the magnetism between Eva and Gideon, if you can take the raw pull and sexual chemistry first and everything you might believe makes a healthy relationship second, then this story will take you on quite an emotional ride.
Their tragic pasts inevitably made them as they are - I'm almost surprised neither of them have become abusers themselves but I guess abuse comes in all shapes and sizes.
They are ultimately abusive towards themselves and I believe this is where their relationship redeems itself by breaking that pattern of abuse and offering an alternative.
Sex is used as a currency between them, both to express feelings as well as to punish one another. They heal each other in their own messed-up ways, offering the kind of comfort and solace that they are unable to find anywhere else. They have a direct 'feed' into each other's most primal selves and they definitely speak the same language. She doesn't just lay back and take it, she pounces on him, takes control, makes demands, sets her own boundaries and rules and is never ever afraid of just walking away if that is what she truly wants.
They are each other's perfect match in every single way and equally the worse possible one as well. They can live without it, they can move on. Love can be lost and found again. I have a place now, with you. It is not romantic in the traditional sense of the word and it is as far from ordinary as it gets.
This is not the kind of relationship you would brag about to your hairdresser. This is the kind of relationship you would discuss with your shrink. So, give the rational part of your brain a holiday, take a seat, make yourself comfortable and dive in expecting lots and lots of hot lovin' , drama, misunderstandings, jealousy, obsessive behaviour, addictive personalities and Simply switch off your brain and allow other parts of your anatomy to take over.
Advocates of healthy relationships have no place here. Fairy-tale romantics have no place here. It was everything I expected it to be, nothing more and nothing less. I expected the level of obsessiveness between them to be even more amplified in this sequel.
I counted on it.
The development of these characters in Bared to You did not allow for anything different. I felt there was growth in their relationship, there was change in their dynamic and they are ultimately moving forward as a couple. This book brings some new problems to the table, takes a few away but it never stops being interesting or unpredictable. It explores human obsession and extreme emotional addiction just perfectly. I personally have an unhealthy love affair with this trilogy and I'm not ashamed to admit it.
It does exactly what it promises to do, no unrealistic premises, no false pretenses. Follow me on Facebook! View all 23 comments. I could not wait for Reflected In You and I was so not disappointed!! After finishing Reflected In You all I want to do is go back and reread the series. I am not ready to leave Gideon and Eva. I just can't get enough of them and December is way to long of a wait to get my fix!!
This book wore me out!! I was emotionally spent after reading. I had forgot not only what a messed-up relationship Eva and Gideon had, but also how much baggage weighed each of them down.
They were just such lovable damaged characters that my heart ached reading this story. It was hard to read them struggle to hold on to each other while battling their insecurities. I just wanted to shake them and then hug them!! LOL "But here I was, constantly awed by the gorgeousness of the complicated, frustrating, messed-up, sexy-as-sin man I was falling deeper in love with every day. I wanted you immediately. Almost violently. Screaming, sheet clawing sex.
Saw what I am You saw right through me. You're the only one. This was when my heart ached the most and I wanted to just shake them because if they would have just opened up to each other, especially Gideon, and trusted each other, these things could have been avoided. But I guess that really is the whole basis of Reflected In You. Gideon and Eva struggling to trust each other with their secrets and insecurities to build a stronger healthier relationship.