In the third installment of Sylvia Day’s Crossfire series, Gideon and Eva are forced to confront the demons from their pasts. As they do, old wounds begin to heal and new desires take flight. But just as swiftly as their relationship has blossomed, it faces its most dangerous test yet. Both Gideon and Eva must decide once and for all whether they’re willing to risk everything for love – or if they’ll let themselves be consumed by darkness…
For who is this book for ?
This book is for adults who are interested in reading erotic fiction. It is the third book in a series, so readers should be familiar with the characters and plotlines. The story centers around Gideon and Eva, two people struggling to overcome their troubled pasts. They find solace and passion with each other, but they also face danger and uncertainty. This novel will appeal to those who enjoy angsty love stories with ample doses of steamy sex scenes.
- The relationship between Gideon and Eva is complex and enthralling
- The story line is intense and full of suspense
- Sylvia Day’s writing style draws you in
- The book may be too erotic for some readers
- The author’s name is Sylvia Day and the main characters are Gideon and Eva, which may make it difficult for some to get into
Learn more about the author
Sylvia Day is the author of nine international bestselling novels, including two New York Times bestsellers. Her Crossfire series has been published in over twenty languages and was a #1 global bestseller. She lives in California with her husband and son.
“The sex is hot, the angst is real, and the romance will make you swoon!”
“Entwined with You is a heart-stopping, emotionally charged novel that soar’s to the top of my favorite reads list. The scorching hot love story between Gideon and Eva continues in this third installment of Crossfire series. This book was action-packed, suspenseful, and romantic all rolled into one.”
“Gideon and Eva’s love story is intense, heartbreaking, sexy, and provocative. It will keep you turning the pages until the very end.”