Book Review: Reflected In You by Sylvia Day

I have a confession to make.  I love nothing more than sitting in a bubble bath reading a juicy and scandalous novel.  When Bared to You and Reflected in You arrived at my doorstep, I might have jumped with excitement (totally did).  I read the 50 Shades of Grey Series and thought it was an ok guilty pleasure read, so I was eager to dive into Sylvia Day’s steamy love stories.

Bared to You introduces the readers to Eva Tramell, a rich girl who is trying to make her way in a new city, and Gideon Cross, a billionaire playboy who is dark and mysterious. Eva and Gideon fall easily into a lustful relationship that is full of twists, turns and bumps.  Both Eva and Gideon share a secret past that haunts their past, current and future relationships.

The love affair of Eva Tramell and Gideon Cross continues in Reflected in You.  Unlike most relationships, Eva and Gideon keep encountering bumps in the road.  From overbearing mothers to the introduction of exes, Reflected in You brings on twist after twist and keeps the reader from being able to put the book down.  Sylvia Day makes you want to root for the Eva, Gideon and Cary in their quest to find love in the Big Apple.

Like any good romance novel, Reflected in You is full of steamy love scenes.  I’ve never been one to choose a romance novel but I can’t wait for the 3rd book in the Crossfire Series to be published in 2013.  You better believe I will be enjoying this guilty pleasure while sitting in my bubble bath.

You can find out more about Sylvia Day’s Reflected in You in BlogHer Book Club.   Read Sylvia Day’s bio, read and excerpt of Reflected in You or join the discussion here.

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

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One Response to Book Review: Reflected In You by Sylvia Day

  1. Kelley says:

    I’ll have to add those to my list! I’m in a book rut at the moment. I just can’t get through Gone Girl. I like your book reviews. =)

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