Love (Most definitely). Truth, and understanding.
I like how Anna loves Christian unconditionally. Although, he loves her just as much, he has a lot of issues, baggage as Anna puts it in the story, and I don't think even I would trust most of what he says to her at times.
I also like how he finally comes clean with Anna, giving her something more to think about on whether she can trust him to stay devoted to her.I like how he proposes to her, that took not only her by surprise, but me as well.
Also, although it frightened me, I like how he disappeared off radar while flying the Charlie Tango on a business trip. That had me on the edge of my seat waiting along side of Anna and Christian's family as they waited news of his hopeful return.
There are so many scenes that I loved about this story that I"m sure I've missed explaining here.
But I liked how E.L. James ended it with Anna's old boss out to get the sexy Mr. Grey. It makes me dread the wait until I can download the last book.
I think that would have to be where she gave him the key chain that lite up and gave him the answer that he so longed waited for.
I'm glad that E.L. James didn't give us a glance early on about what she was thinking of giving him for his birthday.Although, there were many favorites to this story, this one was the best...I think. lol.
Yessss! Even with my confession of every day life getting in the way of listening or even reading this story, I found myself completely immersed in these two books, and I can't wait to get back to listening to the last book.
Only what I said before in my comment of the first book, and that I highly recommend reading or listening to this awesome trilogy.
I am a new listener to audio books and I am loving every moment of it!!
The performance was impeccable, intense, and fabulous..
My favorite had to be Ana, just in her growth as a women was incredible to hear.
Christians reaction to his family along with Ana's after he finally arrived home to Escala after Charlie Tango.
Yes!! I definitely cried, more or less sobbed.
I can't wait to listen to it again!! I will be very soon. Such great writing!!
Not the audio book, but the paperback, yes
The characters dynamics
Not a thing. The narration was weak and made the book come off cheesy. Inflections were in the wrong place and it it hit the ear wrong making it hard to stay interested.
I dont see how they could
Goog book for someone already interested in romance novels but not for the faint of heart.
Tell us about yourself! Married, avid reader and book reviewer.
By: E.L. James
Published By: Vintage Books
Age Recommended: Adult
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Series: Fifty Shades #2
"Fifty Shades Darker" by E.L. James was the second in the series and as the first novel this one too held my undivided attention till the end. There will be so many twist and turns that goes on between these two people...Anna (Anastasia and Christian. This author really has the writing ability to keep us on the edge of our seat with all that is going on. Its really a 'heart pounding novel.' As you read you will find out this whole story is not only about the sex. It is not only a wonderful and but yet sad story. I can't hardly wait till the next novel because I know it will tie this story all together. So, with that being said I am starting on the last one now!
Yes, Becca Battoe.
Maybe, E.L. James.
The writing was repetitious, but once I was into the story I wanted to see it through.
She brought the story to life.
Yes, and it definitely opened my eyes to emotionally abusive/control freak type behaviors.
Not at this time.
The narrator was fabulous. The flow and symetry of the words simply kept me unually clear as I imagined the characters as each of them formed and came to life for me. One moment, I found myself uneasy, but not for the anticipation of what was to come next. However, the next pulsing moment just left me breathless and overwhelmed with emotion. I'm now in the middle of the next book and can hardly wait until the next chapter.
Definitely! Who wouldn't read it again???
Um... hard to pick a specific one, I loved it all!
She reads it so well & makes the story seem so real!
Oh yes, a couple! When Christian went missing, I was crying & anxious just waiting to see what would happen!
Once again, I can't wait to hear the next one! I saw that some people have left bad reviews for the performance of Becca Battoe, but I have to say I was not disappointed at all! It was just as good as the first one & I'm looking forward to the next one! Great job!!!
Say something about yourself!
Sure, if they liked and read the first one.
This book has a bit more of a plot than the previous one, I rather enjoyed getting to know why 50 is so f*cked up. There is more going on, more character development and that makes it, to me, a better book.
The reader of this book was terrible. She made all "sexy" parts unsexy and her switching voices were terrible as well. You should redo this series.
I've been an avid reader since I was a child. I love different types of writing styles and I am never afraid to try new authors.
If you want my opinion on the book in whole, read my review of the 1st book. While I did find the 2nd book easier to enjoy than the first the things that I dis-liked in the first novel were continued in this book. I will not be purchasing the 3rd book as I've had quite enough after the second.
I'm glad I listened to the books, to at least say I'd been there and I went into the book with an open mind. I liked this series much better than Sylvain Reynard's Gabriel's Rapture but it came well under par compared to Sylvia Day's Crossfire novels.