What should i write?
It’s just like writing Fifty shades review for the second time.
Their story is simply look alike.
There’s a different in here and there.
- Ana doesn’t have any awful past but Eva get abused by her stepbrother since she was 15 years old. (Just think about it make me shivering)
- Christian was an adoption but Gideon is biological child of his parent but his biological father commit suicide when he was very young. (5 years old if i’m not mistaken)
- Ana have Katherine Kavanagh which is her best friend (soon to be her sister-in-law) since Eva have Cary Taylor which is a bisexual as her best friend, both struggling to move on from their past.
- Crossfire more explicit about it sex relationship, more wild and make you horny faster. (Well, let’s admit it)
- Ana does work at one company owned by her husband and Eva worked in the building owned by her boyfriend. (just the building)
- Ana have a Fucking boss that Christian kick on his ass out of Chirtsian’s company but Eva had a gay boss was very good to her. (And handsome)
- Christian has Taylor as his driver and bodyguard almost wherever he goes and Gideon has Angus which is rarely seen. ( You Fired!!)
And many more. Hahaha.
I’m too lazy to write it all.
But they really have a similar story.
Both of them are very nice, unforgettable and exciting if I may say.
Just as you know, Fifty shades has finished but crossfire has got to the second book.
According to plan there will be 3 books for crossfire series.
But as the authors are not sure about how many books are going. We will be wondering.
Mrs. Day says :
How many books will be in the series?
Three. Well… as I’m still writing Entwined with You I can’t say for sure. Crossfire is supposed to be a trilogy and if everything works out, it still will be. But Gideon has a lot to work through, and after all he and Eva have endured to reach their happy ending I don’t want to rush it. So if it’s best, I’ll write a fourth installment. But I won’t unnecessarily drag the story out beyond its natural end.
Well, i’ll wait Entwined with You but still love Fifty shades Christian-Ana.
Great job, Mrs. Erika Leonard James & Mrs. Sylvia Day.