"Nina on books"
I saw movie #1but read subsequent books. I have worked with dysfunctional behavioral children and even had a possessive and jealous boyfriend in my past who hurt me some to keep me submissive. (Nothing like in this book.) As a senior with grown kids, I actually learned a lot about my own sexuality or lack of it and it makes me introspective. My favorite city is Seattle. I am so pleased to see how Christian and Anna's love and desires could continue after they had children. I love how her love and commitment helped heal him. I thought that Anna's virginal innocence was alluring and part of the attraction for Christian. It was a fun and different read. Will there be a sequel? 😊
Already listened several times
Interesting to see how much Ana & Christian loved one another; and the lengths they went to that tested that love and bond between them.
When Ana was at the bank and spoke to Christian on the phone about the money.
I liked the series - not a Great Literary Masterpiece;but did not expect it to be - but enjoyed it .
No. I only listened to this trilogy to discover what the fuss was all about. Due to the over the top fowl language and sexual content, I wouldn't recommend it.
No. Her language and unnecessary sex scenes detract and stall the story line too much.
I listen to books because it allows me to get other things done whereas reading a book is a singular activity. The readers can truly detract from the enjoyment of the story. I was glad that this wasn't the case with Becca.
I was so thankful to finally get more story even though I fast forwarded through much of the book. If the unnecessary sex scenes were eliminated I bet the entire story could have been told in one book and it would have been captivating and a very good read/listen.
I could not get past the narrator. It ruined the book for me. I quit listening to it and read it instead.
loved this amazing book, i couldn't stop listening christian's story at the end was amazing.