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Bared to You: A Crossfire Novel Setting & Symbolism

Sylvia Day
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Objects/Places

New York City

New York City is one of the primary settings in the novel. Specifically, Manhattan and Brooklyn are the two primary settings within New York City where the novel takes place. It is where the novel begins and where Eva lives.

The Crossfire Building

The Crossfire Building is the building where Eva and Gideon meet. It is the same building where both of their offices are located. When Eva discovers Gideon's true identity, she also finds out that The Crossfire Building is one of the many buildings that Gideon owns.

Limousine

One of Gideon's carsis a limousine. When Gideon picks Eva up for the charity benefit, he picks her up in the limousine. The backseat of the limousine is the first place that Eva and Gideon have sex. Throughout the novel, the limousine is the site of numerous sexual encounters between Eva and Gideon.

Krav Maga Studio

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Purchase our Bared to You: A Crossfire Novel Study Guide
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