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It wasn't all smut..it's actually a good story of love...
no and she was pretty good. Would have to say one of my favorites now..I will seek out her other work.
made me hot...
I really like that there was a story behind all the sex...actually quite good.
top of the chain when it come to romance novels
Anistasisa and Christian are both good characters
I liked how she tried to do the man's voice. I had no problem with her Christian character. it was cute. not to manly and not to girly
make the film according to the book leave nothing out
I read some reviews that are not to friendly toward becca's rendition of Christian. I think she did a good job.
For the very young.
No just this one.
One with a sexier voice without the valley girl inflections .
Nothing stands out to me to make this decision.
Not well written enough to keep my attention in spite of the subject, it's tediously staged. I'm wondering about all the women who have raved about this book. I feel they have never had a real love connection with or without the domination.
By all means. It could put a little spark back into your love life.
When he first took Ana into the Red Room.
It is hard to say. I liked them all.
I listened to the Audible. I was able to close my eyes and almost put myself in Ana's place in character. Oh my is all I can say.
I drive truck for a living. My audible books keep my wheels turning.
This book is very disturbing, and the narration is a very poor quality. As someone who was mentally abused as a young person this book left me feeling very upset. I am glad to know that the libraries are banning these books from our children.
The narrator needed to distinguish the characters.
A different narrator for sure... perhaps a story line of some kind and some kind of value.
Oh no, love the seamy, bodice ripping lusty books for sure! But this was just an uncomfortable and disturbingly disagreeable work, both from the author and narrator. I don't think the author ever had any real life experience in this area and the narrator sounds like she is in grade school...
A more mature voice, more thoughtful, quietly persented. Not the pitchy girlie sweet thing that this is.
All of them.
yuk yuk yuk.
The e-mail's (better while reading the books not listening), SHOUTY CAPS ;), when Ana goes off on Mrs. Robinson...
Everything!!! I read the books first, then got the audio version. Big mistake. I generally love reading books over again if I really like them and I did these. Listening to the audio version almost put me to sleep. They are a lot more enjoyable/entertaining to read than they are to listen to.
Anger, sadness, happiness, joy, laughter...
I experienced just about every emotion while reading these books!
I loved everything about this book, some repeditive words but you get used to it.
Christian of course
She read the book with such ease, much better than reading myself, she did a amazing job
I could'nt stop reading it.
Thanks to E L James :)
I would have Ana behave her age instead of like a young infatuated teenager.
Juvenile and unrealistic dialogue.
Childlike, melodic, clear.
Not without a rewrite of the plot.
The concept is good; and I'm hopeful that as Erika gains writing experience, the dialogue and plot will improve.
don't waste your time on this one-if you are interested in the book read it in print!
I am just so turned off by the narrator-can't get past it-not even sure about the content of the book!
Anyone could pick up this book and try to change their voice to other characters better than her.