So any of you that are into the whole Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy like myself may find that this continuing trilogy by Sylvia Day may also take your fancy. Sylvia Day has created two very new sexual characters; Gideon Cross and Eva Tramell who have a very fiery relationship, which to say the least is only one way to explain this relationship that these two have. Having both had extremely abuse backgrounds as children it is safe to say that this relationship they are trying to make work will not be an easy ride, but as you continue to read the rest of the so far trilogy which do include “Reflected In You” and also “Entwined In You” you realise that no matter how messed up their past and current relationship seem it is very apparent that these two love each other ridiculous amounts and it is this love connection that keeps these two so close and crazy about one another.
However, the trilogy is not yet finished and I am yet to read the last book which is why through out this post I have said “the so far trilogy”, but never the less this just means it is not too late to start joining myself and others on reading this amazing set of books so you too can have the excitement that is gradually building more and more on the anticipation of the final book. I will say, that on first reading Reflected In You I was not immediately taken with the book itself because it reminded me very much of Fifty Shades of Grey and I did not like how similar they seemed but, I was massively shocked at how wrong I was on thinking how closely related they were when I carried on reading these books, because their background stories for the main characters are absolutely worlds apart and because of this this sets the theme and love story of both trilogies silly amounts apart. So, don’t stop reading if you think the same as me when you first start, just carry on reading and you will understand what I mean. All in all though I think Sylvia Day is a fantastic writer and this is why I also have one of her other books “A Passion for Him” so you can go check that book out too if you enjoy her writing as much as I do.
With love, Charlotte x