Crossfire

Hello dear readers, as you already know I posted a one-shot of Sylvia Day’s Reflected in You and reader Allysmum was kind enough to point out bits of info she gleaned from Sylvia’s blog regarding the holes of information that I was trying to cover. Herewith the rewritten version in the sidebar. It is much longer and is now in accordance with Sylvia’s version – or so I hope. Let me know what you think and if you’ve not read the original series please note that it contains lots of spoilers!

8 thoughts on “Crossfire

  1. Mercia says:

    Sorry, the only version I can see, is the one in the sidebar which has comments from last October?
    As I haven’t read the Crossfire series anyway, perhaps, I shouldn’t comment on the bits I have seen, online and in the book stores.
    As to the 1 shot you did. The Nathan Barker character sounds like Jack Hydes twin – sandy hair and piggy eyes. Gideon also has his own version of, Barney Sullivan.
    I can get the books in my local library. I may check one out in the New Year. It was one of my local librarians who got me hooked on, 50 Shades. I guess, so many wonder why, we put up with, the poor writing in 50 Shades? I just laugh; if I want good, erotica, I would re read, D H Lawrence before any of the current titles.
    Nor do I find anything erotic about, vampires! So I am just one of the oddball readers out there. I love 50 Shades!
    Perhaps, I am a little older? It has been said, that, knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad.
    Thanks for all your, ‘wise and wonderful ‘ writing Monique. I look forward to all your posts, (when I can see them)

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    • Monique Lain says:

      I’m also not a fan of vampires! LOL! The one in the side bar is the updated one but I kept the original comments from when I first posted it. Crossfire is well worth the read, for me it’s one of the very few out there that could compete with FSOG though a little jarring in places and quite graphic. I find her writing beautifully poetic. She’s done a few supernatural ones that I haven’t read and period ones but she kicked it up a notch with her writing in Crossfire. However you need to be prepared for the vast similarities between the two series, it took me a while to wrap my head around that.

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  2. Mercia says:

    Further to my comment on, Dec 18, how old are, Eva and Gideon?

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    • Monique Lain says:

      I have no idea, I know that they are below 30, Sylvia has a good blog and Facebook forum that you can check out for answers like this but right now I don’t recall reading their ages in the books.

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  3. cee says:

    Love the updated version also. I was wondering how the blood on the shirt would have played out.

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  4. Di says:

    Hi where can u read the crossfire chapters you have written? Also do u think u could do this man by Jodi Ellen mapas?

    Thank you

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    • Monique Lain says:

      HI Di, on this very blog, if you scroll down the sidebar (LHS) you’ll find Fifty Shades Meander, then the music, then the FSOG one shots then Crossfire – Reflected in You one shot. If you have trouble finding it let me know and I’ll reply with the link. I would love to do This Man, it’s right up there for me with FSOG and Crossfire but nothing grabbed me enough to inspire a story yet. Maybe after book 3… 😉

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