“The rush of erotic fiction into the hands of mainstream readers invites consideration of whether twenty-first-century society is flirting with a new normative sexual epoch. Day’s novel explores this issue unflinchingly and compellingly by pairing her narrative of sexual temptation and emotional risk with character studies that mirror divisive social and cultural issues of identity, trauma, repression, and liberation.”—Andrea Cremer, New York Times bestselling author
“You know you’re in for a good book when other authors—and I mean LOTS of other authors—recommend it.”—USA Today
“A page-turner!”—Access Hollywood Live
“Bared to You takes a sensual look at a darker side of love.”—Shelf Awareness
“[A] highly charged story that flows and hits the mark.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Full of emotional angst, scorching love scenes, and a compelling story line.”—Dear Author
“Will have you furiously flipping pages.”—Glamour
“Sophisticated, engaging, clever and sweet.”—The Irish Independent
“Superb writing...I can’t wait to see what Day does next!”—RT Book Reviews
“When it comes to brewing up scorchingly hot sexual chemistry, Day has few literary rivals.”—Booklist
Captivated by You is the fourth novel in the multi-million global best-selling Crossfire series from Sunday Times best-selling author Sylvia Day.
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 up 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 . . .