One with You by Sylvia Day

One with You

By Sylvia Day

  • Release Date: 2016-04-05
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
From 1,406 Ratings
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The instant number one bestseller

The final chapter in the global blockbuster Crossfire quintet

Gideon Cross. Falling in love with him was the easiest thing I’ve ever done. It happened instantly. Completely. Irrevocably.

Marrying him was a dream come true. Staying married to him is the fight of my life. Love transforms. Ours is both a refuge from the storm and the most violent of tempests. Two damaged souls entwined as one.

We have bared our deepest, ugliest secrets to one another. Gideon is the mirror that reflects all my flaws … and all the beauty I couldn’t see. He has given me everything. Now, I must prove I can be the rock, the shelter for him that he is for me. Together, we could stand against those who work so viciously to come between us.

But our greatest battle may lie within the very vows that give us strength. Committing to love was only the beginning. Fighting for it will either set us free ... or break us apart.

Heartbreakingly and seductively poignant, One with You is the breathlessly awaited finale to the Crossfire saga, the searing love story that has captivated millions of readers worldwide.


  • I understand why people give bad reviews but

    By yutingchen
    I read the first book in the Crossfire series long ago and forgot about it for over the years and finally got a chance to finish the series recently. As I processed to book 4, I was kind of bored and irritated how often Eva and Gideon fought little things in their relationship. That’s when I started to read others’ review about this series. I would’ve said many bad reviews seem to make sense in a way, but after finishing the series, I could see why people are mad about how Day put an end like this. The unspoken part and the hanging unresolved problem is what most people has been complaining about, but those hang-in-the-air details are what I found this book interesting. It gives away some imagination toward life because there’s no way any book series can over an entire life. That’s the beauty of it that we as who lived in the real world get the chance to explore our lives from inspired by the book. That’s where I found how similar the book reflects our lives (not the part of wealth or social economic status but how we deal everyday differently, how challenge our lives could be, and how we are so eager to get answers). Overall I like the series a lot. I like to see how Eva and Gideon grow in their relationships.
  • R Youngblood

    By Rach3855
    Really enjoyed the series would highly recommend the series
  • One With You

    By Packos1
    Fabulous book Sylvia Day knocked it out of the park with this one. I’ve loved Gideon et Eva story. The series was great.
  • Love this story but

    By Ehennig24
    I am very upset at the ending! I can't understand the mothers death but I wish there was more. How is Gibons family life after all this. How did Cary and Trey turn out? Was the baby actually Carys? What about babies for the Cross's? I mean there are so many questions unanswered and I'm quite disappointed. I have read all 5 books in a week and a half cause I could t put them down and then I read the ending. I hope she writes another book to this series and explain so much of their lives.
  • Love your books! ❤️

    By SChalfant
    Thanks for writing amazing books! I finished the whole series in a week.
  • Very disappointed

    By Thegirlbehindtheglasses
    Let me just I'm secretly hoping this was som sort of joke and there is a hidden chapter or even another book on its way cause there is no way that one with you is the conclusion for the crossfire series. Like seriously.... is the baby Cary's is there even a baby?? Did Trey and Cary get back together??? Did Eva's dad really became her bodyguard? Sigh.. I'm really disappointed with this book
  • Too many loose ends...

    By runlue64
    I've loved this series and I was expecting a great finale. I was very disappointed in this book. Not sure what Ms. Day was thinking but there were way too many things that didn't get resolved that needed to be. For example, did they finally get to sleep in the same bed? Nightmares? His family, her step-father, Cary's relationships, why even have the side story of Ryan Landon, his wife, and LanCorp? It went no where? The way it ended with her mom was so bad. Is there something against them having a truly happy ending? I didn't buy the whole side story with her mom and aunt. In all, I feel like there were too many sub stories and characters that went no where or shouldn't have been written at all. And then it's like Sylvia didn't know how to wrap up all the loose ends so she just left them hanging and finished up the book not caring that she left things hanging. All the other books were written so well with us all caring about the characters and then it's like she just stopped writing and caring. It's a shame, Gideon, Eva, and the loyal readers of this series deserved more.
  • Amazing

    By PrettyyChrissyy
    Although I am sad to see this series go I must say I enjoyed every single second of the ride!
  • Get them at the library!

    By Syr-girl
    I borrowed the first two books from a friend because I refused to spend $50 on the whole series! Then I went to my public library and checked out the rest of the series! Ms Day is a very good writer and the story flows smoothly, but how this series ended, it could of been three books instead of 5! Still think 50 Shades was better! This was a rip off for those who paid for the books!
  • Great Read. . .

    By KeeKee1226
    The book was great. I loved the scenarios and dialogue. With that said I have to explain why I rated the novel four stars. THE ENDING. The ending is okay but leaves this sense of feeling incomplete. Reading the last chapter and then epilogue gives you the feeling that a ‘happily ever after’ was the intentions but it leaves the reader with a ‘Happy For Now’ feeling. There is also a lot of unanswered questions with important supporting characters. Wish that there was more of an explanation and happier ending. Hopefully the author changes her mind about this being the final novel in the Crossfire series.