I spend a lot of time seeking out the perfect story worthy of my credit. I enjoy suspense thrillers w/ a kick of satire. I'm a picky listener.
The author could have closed out the dark side of Mr. Gray in novel #2. This went on way to long. There was some family history. Of course, sex. However, after 2 full novels of "mommy porn" I wanted to beat my self in the head w/ the book. It was terrible. I only read the entire story to get my money's worth and regretfully what I can never get back is my time.
Something entirely different. I am going to try 'The Road'.
Great performance, in par with books 1 and 2.
Extreme disappointment. Read like a story written to satisfy a contractual agreement of having to have 3 books in a series.
A good skipper. Move along to something more worthy of your time.
Make no mistake between my personality and my attitude. My personality is who I am, my attitude depends on who you are.........
This was definitely my favorite of all three books...... But, I give five starts to the series!
I could not put it down. I don't read smut novels, which is what I would lovingly categorize this as! BUT I LOVED IT......it had a story and you had to follow it and of course, Christian.......so hotttt!
chnage in both
the ball at his parent's house and after
I have never listen to her before but she does a great josb
yes , a lot of reaction , I was able to see all the image, I felt like a piping tom
This trilogy is written for any men and women out there, I belive that the auther was trying to tell single and married people you can experience pleasure, even if you do not practice the life style .
I love audio books that the characters come to life and have me feeling as if I was there too.
This is a must read that will open many topics of conversations. I loved My Mr. Grey!
The dialogue between Grey and Ana
When ever Grey would open up
The opening prologue
No plot to it at all and way too many sex scenes!
That there was no story
I'm still trying to figure out why I paid money for this. I can't think of any redeeming qualities unless you are trying to think of different sexual positions.
It kept me listening. Although, I think it is not well written, but does bring you along.
The reader grew on me. I didn't like her style initially but could see her talent as the narratives progressed.
It is the"Peyton Place" of the current culture. I would recommend it for a very light, frivolous read.
I listened to the first Grey book and the last. They're all pretty much the same.
I don't really know.
I don't know. The narration so changed the characters that it made the end product muddled and unbelievable. It's unfortunate, really, because the story it self is quite good.
I can't think of any.
The narrator makes Christian seem a bit stupid considering his status and achievements, but my real problem is her portrayal of Ana. She reads Ana as a ditsy California teenager rather than the shy college graduate and sexually adventuresome virgin that she is in the book.
Also, through probably half of the book, the narrator seems to have trouble finding a good flow. What I mean is that when she reads the sentences and paragraphs, you can tell she's reading sentences and paragraphs. It's a distraction from the content of the book itself. Instead of sounding like she IS whatever character is saying the words, she sounds like Becca Battoe reading a book to you. It's choppy.
The narrator probably would have done better if she had read the books several more times before recording the audiobook.
It made me feel good, but I like love stories and stories of redemption.
No, I dont listen to books twice
loved them all
Yes, Christian when he was growing
READ THIS BOOK