Bared to You (Crossfire, #1) - Sylvia Day
OMG, this is so wrong...

'Of course he did. Jeez.'

That! That right there is the line that made me hate this book. Why, one might ask? Well, because this is Fifty shades of Grey all over again! That stupid line made me forget the name of the female protagonist, so I just started calling her Anastacia in my head instead.

I do appreciate the fact that this book is not as poorly written as the Fifty shades trilogy. In a way, that's pretty normal, as E.L.James' books are in the top 10 books when it comes to poor usage of the English language. So, compared to that, the language style in Bared to you is....sophisticated.

I also think that the author actually TRIED to develop the characters for us. Or at least developing the protagonist character. Come to think of it, the author never revealed what the hell happened with the sex god (even though we are not that stupid and can quite figure it out). But then again, I lost at least 100K brain cells reading this book, so there's nothing I'm certain about anymore...Anyway, Gideon and Ana Eva are two pretty messed up people, trying to fuck their way out of misery. Wait, what? NO, you're doing it wrong. That never happens, friend. If you wanna help these people, just send them to therapy already. Both of them, now! Or at least make them TALK to each other not screw all the time...

There's one thought in my mind after reading this book: do I really need to read the next book, and skim through tons of groaning and hissing and milking and sucking just for the sake of reading the series? No, I don't think so... I'm guessing something majorly bad is going to happen in the next book, which would totally rip these two apart and bring them together stronger after all. At least that's what happened in the Fifty shades trilogy...