Christian Grows Up
without spoiling -- Ana's revelation, Christian's bar crawl & the aftermath...
I wish Becca could have had a male narrator to do Christian's voice because that was her weakest part of the series
Better writing style with less repetitive scenarios and descriptors.
Something that is not on the "best seller" list!
The background noise.
Disappointment. I expected better from such a best seller. I was surprised so many people raved about this trilogy. I read all three because, like the sucker and book lover I am, I hoped it would get better. Not the case!
The story is great but the intimate scenes got a little boring by this book. The author sums everything up nicely in the book though. My only complaint is that she uses the same adjetives over and over (tentatively, sardonic, meculiar, etc). She needs to expand her vocabulary a bit for my taste.
Oh ya.It puts you right there in the moment.
Both Ana and Christion . They were made for each other.
When Ana first left .
I only listened to this book to see what happens because I listened to the first two.
It was nice to have literary closure, but I was so sick of this series by the end of it...the novelty has definately warn off.
Anna, she has such compassion for her husband.
VERY explicit sexual content! Didn't really think I'd like these books due to that, but don't think the story would would work without this.
Overall, it was pretty good, but I was disappointed with some aspects of the book.
The Narrator improves throughout the series and was the most enjoyable in this particular book.
The story line was not as climactic as I thought it would be. There were some areas of opportunity. Personally, I wish they would have dug a little deeper into Christian's past.
Loved the series overall and am sad it was the last book :(
Definitely kept me guessing, at times.
I wondered at times iF the book was overly explicit....or if MY mind imagined all the details???
I thought Becca Battoe was excellent!
I hated the ending!!! Both "Fifty Shades of Gray" and "Fifty Shades of Darker" left me wanting more. I enjoyed this book, but really hated the ending!!!
I absolutely love a good book. and working in an office, I am able to listen to several books a month while I work.
This is one of those books that you absolutely hate to pause, you want know what's going to happen next but you want, to hear it in slow motion because you hate for the book to end.
My favorite thing about this story is that the ending was and ending, but it left possibilities. This was a trilogy but there could definitely be a forth novel.
My favorite character was by far Christian. He had so many levels to explore and understand. In the beginning I wasn't sure I was going to like him but he turned out to be my favorite character.
Fifty Shades of Fabulousness.
I absolutely recommend all three of the book in this trilogy. They were all very good and had something special about each and every one.