I love reading. Its the moments that in my mind I'm somewhere else.
I actually started reading the trilogy again. I read them to fast because I could not put them down.
The party of course.
For me, Yes.
No other, I had never read another book or series like this.
Anastatsia and Christian
Yes, when Anastasia was kidnapped
Love this book series and i love the audible experience, having a full time job, being a full time mom, student and wife there was no other way I would of had time to read this series. I couldn't put it down and not only have i started listening to the first book again i can't wait to see if the author will come out with another series of their life after the last book. I also enjoyed the end of book 3 when Christian's thoughts of his first encounter with Anastasia were revealed.
Anna & Christian got back together
The way they learned to compromise
Yes, I found it hard to put it down
I read this book faster than the other two. And while the "affection" scenes are fantastic, exciting, and boy did I learn a thing or two, I did find this stirred more emotion (above the waistline) and intrigued me more in trying to understand the characters better. It was an insightful journey into Grey's motives, Ana's naive yet limitless acceptance, and how those dynamics combust to make a powerful love story (if we think we can call it love).
I cannot believe that Christian gave Lela a shower or bath or whatever. I know he cares but WTF!
Other than that I love how great they are together. Christian and Ana are perfect and he is certainly 50 shades but he truly loves her and nothing matters more.
I was a little off the deep end with Ana and her over thinking though and wanted at times to punch her in the face. Geesh Ana give it a damn rest.
Happy to know they are getting married.
I knew Jack had something to do with the helicopter and cant wait to see what he tries next.
I have a feeling some skeletons are coming out soon!
EOD wife and loving mother!!!
Maybe for James and definitely for Battoe
The stalker. The sex.
I think so. People were way too hard on Becca. I think she did good.
Nope, it ended well enough.
Yes! Because in some spots you are in such a hurry to find out what happens next you don't absorb all the details.
The development of the individual person as well as the development of the couple. A whole lotta' self realiziation goin' on here. There was no overly sweet "I can be blind to everything just for you". There was more "Oh Sh-- Now What" happening, and how to cope.
Just buy all three in a Bundle.......If you read one you will read all three. It's an Addiction.
I have only listened to 3 audiobook. Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker, and I am currently listening to Extremely Loud and Incredible Close. This was the best story and Becca does a great job with narration. There were a few other characters introduced in this book and she did a great job with using different voices and tones for each.
Christian Grey is my favorite Character because he is so messed up. I like character like that, characters I have to figure out.
Laila in the apartment, and the scene where Mrs Robinson (lol) is confronted by Grey's mom. That was pretty intense
Hearing more about Christian's childhood sadden me
I am a book lover...whether its reading or listening...give me a book and ill be lost for days (or maybe just hours) Lol
Insatiable, Awesome and Mindblowing.
I like how Christen gave over himself to his feelings for Ana and her to him. My friends and I would sit and daydream about Christen's of our own. When Ana realizes that she needs Christen and that the feeling is mutual is another driving point in this book.
Her performance could have been better but she did the best she could. It would have been better if there was a male voicve for Christen but after listening the 1st book, I have gotten used to her immitation of how he would sound.
I wish I could have spent every waking minute listening to this book but I couldn't. That doesn't mean I didnt try. It kept me trying to guess what would happen next and because I wanted to know I always had an earpiece in.