Where do I start? Let’s go with Fifty Shades Of Grey. I started reading and I could not put it down. The story just takes you away, showing you this young innocent women, Anastasia, who had locked herself away with University and work, never really letting herself go. Until she meets Mr Grey, CEO. Then she starts feelng things that she’s never felt before, eager for life. Then you have Mr Christian Grey, wealthy bachelor, who did not have the best start in life, but as he got older he started learning how to be dominant over women. He was being dominant, but was still broken, until he meets Anastasia. While I was reading this book it was not the sex, whips or chains that kept me reading, it was the untold love. The story shows how much he desires this woman, wants her to be submissive to him, and later realises how innocent she is. Teaching her how good sex is and putting a lot of kinky fuckery in to it.
Fifty Shades Darker - Well what can I say, put aside all the sex in this book and what you have is a man and a woman learning to fall in love with each other, and to trust each other. Put the sex back in and you have an ex sub trying to kill someone plus a jealous old woman who keeps putting her wooden spoon in. Think I have covered all bases in this one.
Fifty Shades Freed - Now they are man and wife you would of thought they would get a quiet life and I am not talking about the kinky fuckery. Anyway Ana's ex-boss goes crazy, taking no prisoners as he goes after the Grey family.
Getting married to the man of her dreams was not the only thing to come to Ana, a bouncing baby came too.
Before writing this blog I read all 3 books again and I found that I loved the story even more the second time around. It was mycuriosity that kept me reading these books the first time round.
The only thing I found was that in Fifty Shades Darker the ending seemed to be reused to me. I would have loved it if they had gone in to the story more about Ana's pregnancy, then Kate getting married and so on.
I do hope E L James comes out with a fourth book and I hope they bring out some books on Christian's perspective.
Well I hope you liked you my Blog on Fifty Shades, and I will be back soon. xoxo