The final novel in the searing saga of Gideon and Eva by Sylvia Day. The Crossfire Series - Book 5. One with You, book 5 of 5. The final chapter in Gideon & Eva's epic, addictive, intense & at times dysfunctional love! Books in the Crossfire series must be read in. Read Online or Download One with You (Crossfire, #5) by Sylvia Day Book For Free. Gideon Cross. Heartbreakingly and seductively poignant, One with You is the breathlessly awaited finale to the Crossfire® saga, the searing love story that has captivated millions of readers.

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Crossfire has 25 entries in the series. 1 · OverDrive Listen 1 · cover image of Sylvia Day Serie Crossfire Libros I, 2 y 3 (). cover image of One with You. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Prolific erotic romance author Day's fifth Crossfire novel brings the story of Gideon and Eva to a satisfying conclusion . Read "Bared to You A Crossfire Novel" by Sylvia Day with Rakuten Kobo. .. I don't normally do romance novels but this was recommended by one of my.

Fighting for it will either set us free And even though nothing could have ever truly prepared me for the end of a series that has meant so much to me for so long, a spectacular send-off such as this helps in no small measure. And he was mine. Even with my ring on his finger, I still sometimes struggled to believe it.

With remarkable self-awareness and care for the emotional wellbeing of the other, the young couple continues to take great strides towards learning not only what the other needs of them, but also what changes they need to make in themselves in order to achieve long-term happiness.

We are Gideon and Eva Cross, and you need to let me live up to that.

With impeccable character development and no attention spared in showing every critical step in the growth of their relationship, we watch this couple grow from two broken, highly self-sufficient individuals to two people capable of letting go of their pasts, of drawing strength from one another, and becoming intrinsic parts of a whole.

I remain incapable of letting go of Gideon and Eva just yet as I slowly come to terms with all the unexpected, touching turns in their story, but I am smiling through my tears, grateful for the way this book truly honoured them for the iconic characters they will forever remain in my eyes.

Every milestone, angel. Every rite of passage. And couldn't agree more on "Cli And couldn't agree more on "Clingy non chemistry sex fucking not love making is so not I apologize in advance.

I actually spent an hour typing out a review, hit post, then decided to scrap the entire thing and start over because I didn't want to subject you all to my extreme ranty side that comes when I am so wrapped up in the negative that I fail to see the positive. The sarcasm was out in full force tonight. There were to be no fun headers or witty scripts.

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It was just a rant-o-rama with a side of 'fetch me my gun. In case you forgot, your memory will be refreshed until your mind has been beaten into submission and you are able to recite details about his person for memory. This one is actually sort of a plus-minus for me.

I like being refreshed as long as we're not consumed with repetitiveness.


Negative Number 1 : The first half of the book probably contained more romance cliches than any romance book I've read in a while. My all time non-favorite showed up in this status update.

I was also not-vibing over Gideon using the word "milked" in reference to what a girl part does to a boy part. That is romance lingo - not actually something a MAN would ever say.

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Negative Number 2 : The story was all over the place. There was more running away and then return makeup-fucking than needed for one book. Compare this book to putting every single kidnap scene from the Kristen Ashley Dream Man series in one book oh snap I did go there, guess the snark didn't fully go away.

That's how much running and re-coupling happened.

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Negative Number 3 : Gideon was a controlling jackass. Alpha is fine. Protective is fine. Controlling is not fine. I didn't think Eva's counter-reacting was enough of a get-out-of-jail-free card for his behavior. Her little games with Gideon to prove that she knew what he was up to were just that - games.

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Negative Number 4 : The story could have been stronger overall. It equals "hell yeah, that was an enjoyable chapter 3, 7, 14, and 29" I don't actually recall which chapters had the hot sex, but you get my point.

I hated that we didn't really get to start learning more about why our characters needed therapy and healing until the end of the book. I could have used a few more breadcrumbs of substance to balance out all of the extreme obsessing and jealousy issues.

Just a few!

I managed to point out my negatives without turning this review into a hate-filled rant. Overall, the book was alright with a few glaring issues.

I do find myself more invested than I was with book 1 which felt like a better-written version of Fifty and left me underwhelmed , so I'll probably give book 3 a shot. The first few "extreme drama" books that I read were fun before it got old, fast. When the trend started, the style was new and different - it quickly became the kind of story which made us raise an eyebrow and excitedly start comparing notes with our friends about what the hell was going on.

Now it's just turned into a free-for-all of storytelling which has become prone to an over-saturation of carnal obsession and unwise decisions.

What happened to smart characters and engaging stories? How are we falling for this recurring story of ultimate dominance wrapped up in a smooth-talking, panty-dropping package?

Do the 'golden' attributes of wealth and sex appeal give a person license to be a total controlling jackass? Are trust, honesty and good character no longer valued qualities for the contemporary woman? Falling in love with him was the easiest thing I've ever done.

It happened instantly. Marrying him was a dream come true. Staying married to him is the fight of my life. Love transforms.

Ours is both a refuge from the storm and the most violent of tempests. Two damaged souls entwined as one. We have bared our deepest, ugliest secrets to one another. Gideon is the mirror that reflects all my flaws He has given me everything.And even though nothing could have ever truly prepared me for the end of a series that has meant so much to me for so long, a spectacular send-off such as this helps in no small measure.

How anyone thought this would make fans happy. Eva and Gideon are in so deep with each other they are practically drowning. I'm happy for them.

Cary's wasn't fully wrapped up, I'd say that this was never Cary's story even though he was a major part of it and I liked that she laid the groundwork for things to happen in his life showing that things would be happening but I don't really personally need to read it in detail in order to believe that he will find his own HEA. Lancorp, brought in then, nothing. Like George R. Of Trolls by Rowan Wolf.

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