Captivated By You: by Sylvia Day (Book 4) | Summary & Analysis. This is a Summary & Analysis. The fourth in a series, Sylvia Day's novel covers the time. Sylvia Day - Jax & Gia series, Crossfire series, Seven Years to Sin, and The Stranger I Married Sylvia Day - Captivated by You (Book 4).epub. Editorial Reviews. Review. More Praise for Sylvia Day and the Crossfire series “ The rush of erotic fiction into the hands of mainstream readers invites.
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Her Crossfire series has been optioned for television by Lionsgate. Titles by Sylvia Day The Crossfire Novels Bared to You Reflected in You Entwined with You Captivated by You . In the Flesh Spellbound This one is for all the readers who waited patiently for this next chapter in. Captivated by You Best Free Books Online Read from your Pc or Mobile. Captivated by You (Crossfire #4) is a Romance novel by Sylvia Day. captivated by you read online crossfire novel book 4 captivated by you crossfire book 4 captivated by you pdf captivated by you crossfire book ebook, captivated.
Every milestone, angel. Every rite of passage… Everything. The Crossfire series is one of my all-time favorites. His hand curved around my nape, the hold possessive and tender at once. His face was impassive, giving nothing away, but his eyes… those blue, blue eyes… they raged with emotion. So this review is more about my reaction TO the book.
Page 7 8. Page 8 9. Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24 Page 25 Page 26 Page 27 Page 28 Page 29 Page 30 Page 31 Page 32 Page 33 Page 34 If you are invested in this series , you will enjoy this book but please be prepared for the roller coaster ride and understand that is purely character development and no significant advances in the storyline.
So in a direct appeal to Silvia Day. If you are at all reading your reviews.
Thank you for showing the male perspective of a sexual abuse survivor and the consequences if you have not dealt with it. But please Finish their story line where it was worth for us to invest 3 years into this series.
Skip the cookie cutter way out and span it over a few years not just weeks. If there ever was an extensive Happy Ending needed it would be in this series. Considering the time investment of the readers. I sincerely hope to see "One with you"published within a few months. Not years!! I started reading this book in the hopes that the story would redeem itself from the third installment but sadly, while it may have been better than the third, it was no where close to being as strongly written as the first two installments.
I felt there was too much and yet not enough; too much unnecessary drama, too much unjustifiable internal and external conflicts and dare I say, too much gratuitous sex that felt more filler than story forwarding. To me, it felt like this book was another bridge to the conclusion but a bridge that never needed to be crossed, like when your GPS leads you way off course. The book itself was written well but the story wasn't tight at all.
There were too many subplots going on and I could see what the author was trying to do and how these side plots were supposed to play into the overall story arc to get to the point of the climax but they all felt rather contrived and more like filler. As for Gideon. Well, I liked that we got his point of view but I'm still waffling over my feelings over his head space.
While he was completely aware of Eva's issues with certain things, he acted like he was completely justified in railroading over them himself. Yet, I suppose that was to be expected to a certain extent. If a man goes as far as to kill someone for someone they love, there really isn't much they can be expected not to do.
But over all, I felt the more Eva was making an effort to put herself together, the more Gideon unraveled. And what is it with the women in his life? Are they all mentally unhinged? The only normal female he seems to know is his sister. Overall, it wasn't a bad read but it was just disappointing.
The story felt scattered, unfocused and many things unjustified. Rising tension came in spits and spurts and at points instead of biting my nails with anticipation, I felt myself asking "oh for crying out loud, what now? I was pleased with where it ended but I struggled most with how it got there.
It feels like this book and the previous one were ways to make more money and bilk the fans and I don't like that feeling. I will likely download the next and hopefully last installment and I can only hope the wait this time around won't be as long.
I was thinking about how I felt about this book and it hit me when I realized that I was able to put it down and go to bed. If I'm reading a great book I will stay up way too late and don't want to put it down. Have to know what's going to happen next.
I, unfortunately, didn't feel that way on this one.
I was aware there is going to be another book in this series, so I knew it wasn't going to wrap everything all up. But instead of solving some of the problems and then adding new ones I never felt this book had a clear cut focus. I also really struggled with the big issues at the end. It seemed minor to me and something that could have been talked through, rather than the way Eva handled it. Something different in this book vs the first three is that we finally got to hear Gideon's point of view.
I liked hearing that but struggled a few times when some of his "thoughts" were describing Eva's outfit or even other character's. I don't feel like Ms Day had a real grasp on how to "speak" male. I really hope the next final? At this point I'm not exactly sure if I would read more. I had to go back and re-read the first three in this series since it had been over a year since I read them. If it's going to be another year, I'm not sure I will be interested.
Right now I'm feeling like I could take it or leave it. I felt Eva before I saw her. I lifted my head and my keystrokes slowed. I leaned back to better appreciate the view.
She was braless, her lush tits swelling softly beneath the ribbed cotton. She padded over on bare feet, effortlessly seducing me. The promise was there in her eyes and the way she moved.
Everywhere she went, men stared at her.
Coveted her. Just like I did. I caught her by the waist when she came close enough, choosing to pull her onto my lap instead. Bending my head, I caught her nipple in my mouth, drawing on her with long, deep sucks.