I cant honestly say that I would.
The background of Mr.Grey was very intresting.
not for this! I started to read this in paperback but then switched to listening, I rather reading it myself.
While the leading lady was a little head strong she was still lacking in my point of view. This book had great potential to be the greastest book but it did not live up to all the hype for me.
I'm no prude, but I found it over the top, just plain too much Erotic sex!!!
I did like the Narrator Becca Battoe.
I hate to admit it but with the ending of book, I had to get # 2, while I was at it I also got # 3, although # 2 is a little better than 1, I haven't gotten to # 3 yet.
Yes, I suppose it did.
Sadness and dissapointment!
I realize that publicity was quite good and well done, but I still believe the Sexual content and frequency was way over the top, Christian had to be a real Stud with more stamina than I have ever heard of.
Yes I would listen to it again. It had me totally involved and captured. I loved the characters and the story line.
I can't think of one to compare it to currently.
Yes, Becca is great.
Hot, Erotic, Thrilling!
This was a fantastic series! I hope the author gives us MORE!
I loved to lay down and listen to it, I felt like I was part of the book.
I love to read and listen to erotica all types and paranormal vamps and shifters
Ana is my fav
I love this book i have listed to to twice.
I loved the characters. They are real: annoying, sweet, innocent, disturbed, they do have many shades in this book and even if you hate the writing and the repetitiveness of the dialogue it sounds real, and from the start of the first chapter I couldn't put it down. I did like the second two books better but you have to get through this one to appreciate the other two. I love the city of Seattle and how well it is covered. It almost seems like it's own character. I've read this book 4 times and I've never read a trashy book in my life, but the love story is a deeply touching one and sticks with you long after you put the book down.
I love when he arrives at the bar to "save her", the first ride in Charlie Tango.
She did an okay job, she's not the best reader, but she fit the part of a 22 year old girl. The male voices could've been better however.
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Yes and no - but mainly because I love reading - but listening to it was just as good, plus I could listen to it at work
"F*ck the paper work" - it's a moment in the elevator....you can feel the emotion, it's awesome.
I felt like I was in Ana's head....it was easy to imagine Becca's voice was Ana's voice
All of it....but I love this book after I read chapter 1
Becca does her best - I could not stop laughing after she did Christian's voice the first time and it took a couple chapters for me to REALLY get used to it - but if you love the books, and I do - you can look past all that and listen to what she is saying rather than vocusing on her voice.
I had borrowed a girfriend's book when I initially started reading it then I found out about
audio books & thought I would try it. Well needless to say I was engulfed with 50. Becca made me feel all the emotions every character was feeling. It was very convenient. However after reading some of the reviews on audio book 2 & 3, I think I will go back to the Kindle version for the last two, which I just finished # 2 today.
I really enjoyed the story line, sometimes the intimate scenes are a bit much.
the way she reads the story almost makes the listener feel like they are part of the story
I found myself laughing out loud at times, I did cry a time or too and also felt the anger of the characters.
i can see girls enjoying this, but its not for someone who is intellectual unfortunately.
Unfortunately it was a combination of both the story and the narration. Unfortunately the narrator sounds like a highschool girl which makes the whole audio-book almost uncomfortable and very awkward to listen to.