Reflected in You… A steamy book review

Wow…. Sylvia Day knows how to write one heck of a steamy novel! And I finished it in one day too!

I started reading and found myself pulled in but there were times I felt that it was like a train wreck that I just couldn’t look away from. Know what I mean?

Reflected in You

The book is the follow up to Bared to You where we first meet the main characters Eva and Gideon. Both are mysteries to one another except for when Eva who takes the time to reach out and share her life, thoughts, and feelings with Gideon who remains closed up about his life. One thing for sure is that Eva and Gideon have an attraction to one another that simply can’t be tamed… these two cannot get enough of one another. In private or in public they are never more than a hands length from one another and it made me wonder if they ever got tired of one another, did they ever just want to sit down to relax and watch a movie, or anything other than spend their time entwined with one another.

Gideon and Eva have an addictive relationship, they are addicted to each other, for better or for worse. And the thing is that they both need something from the other person that is the hardest to give, trust and truth. There were places in the book where I could guess what was to come and other spots where I was caught off guard.

Reflected in You is NUMBER ONE on the New York Times trade paperback best-sellers list this week and if you’re interested in checking out Sylvia Day you can find her on her website, Facebook, and Twitter.

It’d be great if you’d come join us in the conversation about the book over at BlogHer! It’s bound to be great one!

This is a paid review for BlogHer Book Club but the opinions expressed are my own.

One Response to Reflected in You… A steamy book review
  1. Missy | The Literal Mom
    November 8, 2012 | 5:37 pm

    Do you like it more or less than the 50 shades series?

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