Bared to You: A Crossfire Novel Themes

Sylvia Day
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Relationships

Friendships and relationships are the primary thems that runs throughout the novel. Eva Tramell and Gideon Cross enter into a sexual relationship. As the relationship continues, Eva and Gideon end up falling in love with each other. With the baggage, issues and problems that each of them bring into the relationship, Eva and Gideon have to learn how to overcome adversity in order to make their relationship work.

Eva and Cary are best friends and roommates. Their relationship is unique in that they are a lot like brother and sister. the troubled past that Eva and Cary have cements the foundation of their friendship. After Eva meets Gideon and Cary starts to slip back into his old destructive ways, a wedge occurs in Eva and Cary's friendship.

Good versus Evil

Another plot throughout the entire novel is that of good versus evil. Sex in the novel is represented...

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