Bared to You (Crossfire Trilogy Series #1)

Bared to You - Sylvia Day, Christina Traister, Chris Gomez I did finish this. Unfortunately. It was bad. It is impossible not to make comparisons with the Fifty Shades series because they are so similar. That being said, this was better written. That's about the only positive thing I can say.
No two people can possibly have as much sex as Gideon and Ava. I got so tired of hearing about sex. Sex was the only real way these two characters could communicate. If she got mad, upset, jealous, etc his response was, "You need to be fucked." Um. No. You need to TALK.
This book took place over the span of, what, two weeks? Gideon made copies of her keys, gave her a copy of his, cleared out drawers for her and built a replica of her freaking bedroom in his home. Ugh. There is so much wrong with that and I am not going to explain why, because, really.
The only reason I finished this is because I was curious about who molested Gideon. However, not curious enough to read any more in this series.