Gideon calls me his angel, but he's the miracle in my life. My gorgeous, wounded warrior, so determined to slay my demons while refusing to face his own.
The vows we'd exchanged should have bound us tighter than blood and flesh. Instead they opened old wounds, exposed pain and insecurities, and lured bitter enemies out of the shadows. I felt him slipping from my grasp, my greatest fears becoming my reality, my love tested in ways I wasn't sure I was strong enough to bear.
At the brightest time in our lives, the darkness of his past encroached and threatened everything we'd worked so hard for. We faced a terrible choice: the familiar safety of the lives we'd had before each other or the fight for a future that suddenly seemed an impossible and hopeless dream...
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- Lia "I love all genres of books. However, when I listen to audio books as I clean, garden, drive they are better with a lot of heat!"
I waited YEARS for this??? I want a refund,
Narrators were fine, and loved the first 2 Crossfire books,,,,then tolerated the 3rd, returning this fourth book
Not Sylvia Day
Jill has done a fantastic job with Ava and Gideon characters throughout series. Jeremy did a great job as well, but it was difficult to get used to his narration as Gideon when a listener has accustomed themselves to Jill's version. Jeremy is a fantastic narrator, don't get me wrong - it just changed Gideon in an unexpected way.
What a waste, So much intrigue and possibilities wasted. I would edit all but one chapter, condensing sentences from the very little new & interesting info given in this book. Im actually pissed that I waited so long for such a let down of a book to come out. I won't be waiting for the next, not worth it. Too many other author's like Kresley Cole, Karen marie Moning etc with books that actually MOVE a story forward.
Im getting a refund. I don't know if this is the authors fault or the editor trying to stretch out a story not meant for more than One book or Two. Think of all the interesting directions this book could've taken! Oh well, moving on.