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I'm stuck in this trilogy. I'm not a smut reader, but this is exactly what these shades of grey books are. I will continue and finish the 3rd book because I don't like leaving things unfinished. I'm am hypersensitive to the repetition of certain words like flush, oh my, it's obnoxious.
Not well written, again. Bad car accident can't look away until it's gone/done.
Overall I could have done without hearing this story.
watching Christian and Ana continue to grow individually and as a couple is sometimes an AAAWWWW moment, sometimes a laughing moment, sometimes a get your tissue moment and finally sometime you just want to give Christian a Gibbs slap to knock some sense into him. I couldn't help but love these characters.
Best trilogy I've read in my life. Actually the first. Up roaring, edge of your seat, sexually pulsating, eye opening, heart pounding, edge of darkness. Love at its naughty best.
"If 'tis a sin, I don't give a Fiddler's fart!" -Frank McCourt.
As if I haven't suffered enough though the first one, I had to go ahead and buy the second book. Clearly, I'm a glutton for punishment.
If like me, you were hoping for the story/writing to improve... Let me stop you right there. It only goes down hill from here. This is only a repetition of the first book (they fight, make up then screw) only now, the sex scenes are even more obnoxious and desperate. Also, let's not forget those annoying never-ending emails they keep exchanging back and forth. UGH!
Now that E.L. James had made a fortune selling this trash, she can certainly pay for a few creative writing classes.