7 Best Books Like Crossfire Series Update 05/2022

Best Books Like Crossfire Series

Fifty Shades Darker (Fifty Shades, #2) by E.L. James

Fifty Shades Darker (Fifty Shades, #2) by E.L. James

Anastasia Steele has ended their relationship with Christian Grey because she is frightened by his sexual preferences and dark secrets. She is now working for a Seattle publishing business. The yearning for Christian remains strong, and Anastasia can’t help but accept Christian’s fresh proposal. When Anastasia and Fifty Shades restart their passionate affair, she discovers more about her lover’s troubled, driven, and demanding history. Anastasia must face her hatred and jealousy of the women who came before her and make the most crucial decision of her life while Christian struggles with his inner demons. It’s hard to put down Fifty Shades Darker, the enthralling conclusion to the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy.

Fifty Shades Freed (Fifty Shades, #3) by E.L. James

First meeting Christian Grey, Anastasia Steele’s life was forever changed by the sensuous romance that ensued between the two of them. Ana demands a deeper commitment after being shocked, intrigued, and eventually repulsed by Christian’s unique erotic inclinations. Christian, who is determined to keep her, agrees.

The future looks bright for Ana and Christian now that they’ve found the perfect combination of love, passion, intimacy, and money. To love her own Fifty Shades is not an easy task, and Ana understands that being together will present difficulties none of them can foresee. While Christian’s lifestyle is opulent, Ana must somehow adapt to it without surrendering her own individuality. As he battles the ghosts of his tortured past, Christian must also resist his need to exert authority over others.

Only to have Ana’s worst nightmares come true just when they seem to be surmounting every obstacle with their combined might.

This book is meant for people of a certain age and maturity level.

Fifty Shades of Grey (Fifty Shades, #1) by E.L. James

Christian Grey, a young entrepreneur Anastasia Steele meets when she goes to interview him for her literature class, is a man of great beauty, intelligence, and charisma. After discovering she craves this man, Ana finds herself determined to get close to him no matter how cryptic his demeanor may be. As he can’t help but fall in love with Ana, Grey reveals that he wants her as well—but on his own terms.

Ana hesitates, both surprised and delighted by Grey’s peculiar sensual inclinations. Grey is a guy possessed by the need to control and plagued by demons despite his success in global corporations, huge riches, and a loving family. A passionate, risky romance with Christian Grey allows Ana to uncover his secrets and realize her own dark passions.

The Fifty Shades Trilogy is a story that will captivate, enslave, and haunt you for the rest of your life.

This book is for mature readers only.

Beautiful Disaster (Beautiful, #1) by Jamie McGuire

Beautiful Disaster (Beautiful, #1) by Jamie McGuire

The new version of the software I like Abby Abernathy. She doesn’t drink or swear, and she has enough cardigans in her closet. It’s Abby’s belief that she’s sufficiently removed herself from the pain of her past that gets her into trouble when she and her closest friend arrive to Eastern University for their freshman year.

To avoid Travis Maddox, Abby needs to steer clear of his athletic physique and tattoos. He spends his nights in a floating battle ring and his days as the campus charmer of the year. Travis is intrigued by Abby’s reluctance to accept his advances, so he plays a simple bet to get her into his life. The penalty for losing is a month of sobriety. If Abby loses, she’ll have to spend the same length of time in Travis’s apartment as he did if he won. Even if he’s met his match, Travis doesn’t know it.

Beautiful Bastard (Beautiful Bastard, #1) by Christina Lauren

A hard-working intern. An executive who is obsessed with perfection. And there was a lot of shaming.

Bennett Ryan is Chloe Mills’ only stumbling block in her path to becoming an MBA. He’s demanding, direct, and careless—but he’s also absolutely enthralling. What a gorgeous Bastard!

From France, Bennett is back in the United States in order to play an important role in his family’s media empire. She’s a stunningly beautiful, innocently provocative—and absolutely infuriating—creature whom he’s now forced to view on a daily basis. In spite of the rumours, he’s never been a fan of office romances. But Chloe is so irresistible that he’s willing to bend the rules—or even break them—in order to get her. Everywhere in the workplace.

Bennett and Chloe must decide exactly what they’re prepared to give up in order to win each other as their desire for one another grows stronger.

Beautiful Bastard, originally published online as The Office by tby789, has been reworked substantially for a new print edition.

This Man (This Man, #1) by Jodi Ellen Malpas

This Man (This Man, #1) by Jodi Ellen Malpas

Ava O’Shea, a young interior designer, is scheduled to meet with the owner of The Manor, Mr. Jesse Ward, for the first time. When she arrives, she expects nothing more than an obese, cravat-wearing, well-to-do countryman. How could she possibly be wrong? This man is stunningly attractive, charismatic, and self-assured. A egotistical, self-absorbed playboy, he also has no limits. As much as Ava wants to avoid him, she is unable to resist the tremendous attraction he has on her. Jesse Ward, on the other hand, isn’t quite ready to let her go just yet. He is adamant about getting her. Her heart is breaking, but how can she escape when he won’t allow it?

Wallbanger (Cocktail, #1) by Alice Clayton

Caroline had no idea until the first night after she has moved into her wonderful apartment in San Francisco that she is becoming intimately acquainted with her new neighbor’s nocturnal activities. As long as there are loud nights, she can hear the enthusiastic response of what seems like an endless stream of ladies thanks to the guy’s athleticism and the paper-thin walls. Caroline’s fantasies are keeping her awake even longer than the noise, despite her self-imposed dating hiatus and her neighbor’s undeniable allure to females. Because of this, when Caroline’s neighbor Simon Parker, whom she has only heard but never seen, starts wallbanging and threatens to throw her out of bed, she confronts him. There is as much tension between them as there are gaps in the construction of the walls, and the effects are just as contradictory. Caroline is beginning to wonder whether she’s discovered a new meaning for the word “neighborly”…

Alice Clayton’s humorous and sensual tale of a woman’s utter displeasure at first sight is a riot to read.

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