Marion J. Wong
Sounds like an old man molesting a young naive girl.
So far I am not being entertained at all.
I don't regret getting this book, it was a lovely summer read. The writing is repetitive, non-inspiring. The love making/sex scenes - yeah, they're pretty hot and descriptive. I don't usually listen to Fiction so this was a first for me. Took a bit to get used to the narrator, Becca Battoe, by the third book I think I managed it, but then by the third book I was becoming bored even with the sex scenes!
Predictable on all levels. But if you enjoy the Harlequin Romance type books, you'll love it.
Sexiness of it
Yes, to finish the story
Amateur writing and lacks in profound literacy. Redundant words and predictable story-line takes away from the emotional attachment.
Designer. Aviation Enthusiast. Fitness Instructor. Love books. Prefer long series with happy endings in mystery, comedy, fantasy, & romance.
The story was good.
I listened to all three books
I was stuck on it straight through
Love the narrator
Okay, if you haven't heard the story yet, you are going to think that I am crazy, but if you have heard this book, you will get this....
Every time the narrator said "OH MY" I just wanted to scream! It was like hearing nails on a chalkboard!
I purchased these books because all of my friends were reading them. Maybe I should of read them instead of listening to them. Because I didn't care for the narration of Becca Battoe.
By the 3rd part in the Trilogy, I wanted to hear more about their story vs. the sex.
I thought the sex 'scenes' were just plain boring. How many times can you hear/read about someone having sex? By no means am I a prude, I just thought that it was going to be me erotic.
To each their own!
Light. Easy. Fun.
Elevator. Best scene ever.
As I said. Elevator.
Just a fun read. Not too serious. Things happen the way you hope they do, much like the Twilight Series. There is drama, but not the gut wrenching, heart breaking, bite your nails kind of a more serious novel. This series is an easy, light, and very entertaining read.
Every single time there is dialogue, it's "mumbled" or "murmured". Not once do I remember hearing a confident verb to describe speech, even from Grey who is touted as someone who is constantly in control.
Admittedly, I probably have no business listening to this as I am a guy, but I was intrigued that a book had gotten so much support in so little time. I was curious; I wasted a credit. I only managed to get through the first half of part 1 and promptly deleted it from my phone.
Why did the main character have to talk like a 15 year old girl? Nothing sexy about child abuse.
probably, I'm no prude. This was just childish and belittling. I am amazed so many women find this enticing.
Not sure. I did not read the print edition.
When Ana leaves Christian.
Her vocal range and ability to perform both male and female voices.
I wish there was a set of 3 companion books, written from Christian's perspective!
Sexy, Frustrating, Emotional
I thought the Thomas Tallis moment was the most powerfully written part of the whole book. It was beautiful.
The performance could have been better if they had someone else read the book. It was terrible. Her accents weren't great and she had too much sarcasm in her tone. It was like listening to a valley girl for 20 hours.
Stockings and Bondage?
Great book, terrible performance.