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Reflected in You (Crossfire, #2) - Sylvia Day Trust is the glue of life. It's the most essential ingredient in effective communication. It's the foundational principle that holds all relationships. --Stephen R. Covey

When you struggle with your partner, you are struggling with yourself. Every fault you see in them touches a denied weakness in yourself. - Deepak Chopra

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book quotes or more like spoilers:)
“Kiss me, subcreature.”
“That’ s not how that line goes. And what happened to me being a pleasure god? Now I’m a subcreature?


What is it with rich people and control issues?”
“They get rich because they take control.”


"I hate myself like this. I hate that I need you this much. I hate that I’m so obsessed with you.
I hate that I love you.-Eva"


“If I lose you, Eva,” he said hoarsely, “I have nothing. Everything I’ve done is so I don’t lose you.”

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4 to 5 stars
it seems that Eva and Gideon goes with this lyrics:

"I say, I hate you, we break up, you call me, I love you":)

despite my trashing on the first book and lowered my expectation on this book and it improves I'm starting to like it...way way better:)

so I think I know why its a one sided story 'cause its want us to give Gideon the benefit of the doubt and to trust him...

for the first half, they are in a hate-sex-jealous-kiss-secret-nightmare thing all over again which I don't like on 'bared to you'...

the second half was more interesting I like that Gideon got jealous too and Eva has a fetish on transportation's...I would not be surprised if there's a yacht scene on the last book, cruising on ships would be nice:)

and the suspense???well okay I don't mind if Gideon will not have his POV I trust him now in this book...

I love Eva too, tough girl...she has her ways and never gives up on finding what's the truth behind his man.

its a great book...it might be the same on other books but still the story is compelling:)