Fifty Shades Darker

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A viral Fifty Shades Darker Author E.L. James Viral Book All you need to know should be on here eljamesauthor Please come talk to me on twitter E_L_JamesIf you are interested in the play list from either of these books please visit my youtube channel youtube user eljamesau. Daunted by the singular sexual tastes and dark secrets of the beautiful, tormented young entrepreneur Christian Grey, Anastasia Steele has broken off their relationship to start a new career with a Seattle publishing house But desire for Christian still dominates her every waking thought, and when he proposes a new arrangement, Anastasia cannot resist They rekindle theirDaunted by the singular sexual tastes and dark secrets of the beautiful, tormented young entrepreneur Christian Grey, Anastasia Steele has broken off their relationship to start a new career with a Seattle publishing house But desire for Christian still dominates her every waking thought, and when he proposes a new arrangement, Anastasia cannot resist They rekindle their searing sensual affair, and Anastasia learns about the harrowing past of her damaged, driven, and demanding Fifty Shades While Christian wrestles with his inner demons, Anastasia must confront her anger and envy of the women who came before her and make the most important decision of her life Erotic, sparkling and suspenseful, Fifty Shades Darker is the irresistibly addictive second part of the Fifty Shades trilogy.. Popular Books Fifty Shades Darker Yeah, I've continued with the series. Why, you ask? Why, when I so thoroughly despised Fifty Shades of Grey, would I do this to myself? Why, for the fun factor, of course! Bad writing tends to make me giddy because I'm much better at being a horribly judgmental person critic than I am at....well, most anything else. Reading books this awful actually brings a certain amount of joy into my life. Plus, I had a few people tell me they couldn't wait for my reviews of the second and third Fifty books. Alas, here I am. Unfortunately (for me), Fifty Shades Darker wasn't quite as bad as as its predecessor. Don't get me wrong, it was still awful, but the rage-inducing badness of the first wasn't quite as powerful here. Or maybe I've built up a bit of an immunity. No matter, it's still bad, and I'm still going to have a hell of a lot of fun writing about it. Now, the first installment in this series made me so angry, I could barely write a coherent review. I'll be using more source material this time around (but don't worry, there will still be gifs).Very first sentence:"He's come back. Mommy's asleep or she's sick again."My reaction to that sentence was a snort of laughter. We begin with a prologue of Christian Grey having a night terror regarding a childhood memory. I simply couldn't help laughing when his mom's pimp treated me to six utterances of, "You are one fucked-up bitch." In a row. After the prologue, we're right back in Anastasia's head (it's a good thing there's room for us in there). We're treated to a chapter of her wallowing in depression and self-pity while wasting away because Christian isn't there to remind her that eating is a fundamental aspect of survival. We're also introduced to Ana's new job at SIP, a small publishing company, and to her new boss. Mr. Jack Hyde. Mr. Hyde? Really?Psst! He's a villain! It isn't at all obvious, either. Total surprise.After what seems a rather generous amount of whining from Ana, she and Christian are back together. Yay! All that screwed-up physical violence forgotten. It's so sweet, too, their reunion. Christian asks Ana why she didn't safeword in the midst of his assault (which occurred at the end of the first book), and she admits that she was overwhelmed and just...forgot. Call me crazy, but to me, this is understandable. You're not used to this consensual punishment thing (not to mention the fact that you never explicitly consented in the first place) and your man is enjoying viciously turning your ass into a slab of raw beef, and you forget there's an easy way out of it. I get that. Christian, not so much. He asks how he's ever going to trust her again. And Ana? She apologizes.Was I angry when I read that? Shit, yes, but thankfully, things ended up taking a turn. Ana sort of starts to stand up for herself and Christian begins to catch on that he's a total d-bag and maybe he should tone it down. This is where the story changed for me. It went from all-out rage-inducing (like the first book), to incomprehensible hilarity. I had thought the first line was good, but in comparison, lines like this are pure comedic gold:"I want you, and the thought of anyone else having you is like a knife twisting in my dark soul."Oh my, it's my dream man. He's crazy with a side of fries and he utters the worst romanticisms this side of a Nicholas Sparks novel. The sex scenes are tamer in terms of their content, but they're also extremely limited in terms of content. The same thing happens every time; Christian flashes Ana a "look", during which his eyes darken (he might have a serious ocular condition), desire "pools in her belly", some undressing occurs, then there's nipple teasing, he blows, sucks, nips, licks, whatever, and she is usually pretty passive, save for her gyrating hips, which were once "caught up in his cool vanilla spell" (I couldn't make this shit up), and then....Ana explodes. WARNING: Graphic Visual Interpretation of Christian and Ana's Sex (view spoiler)[ (hide spoiler)]Oh, and she apparently loses consciousness after every orgasm. Why is this happening? She might be anemic. She should get that checked out.There was one really gross sex scene, though. The ice cream scene. Christian is dripping ice cream all over Ana, and I was going, "Ewwww!" because I really hate the stickiness of sugary foods anywhere on my body, and can you imagine that shit getting in your hair? (Oh, hush). Whatever, that's not the point. The point is, this doesn't sound right: "He shifts lower and starts eating the ice cream in my belly..."It's the Zombie plague! It's got hold of Fifty! It's Fifty shades of viscera!! RUN FOR YOUR LIVES!!!Aaaanywho, where was I? Oh, right, the sex. Boring. Even more boring than in the first book because the same wording is used for nearly every scene. And since there are a lot of sex scenes, I experienced no less than 15 instances of deja vu. Even my inner voice sounded bored; "He slides his fingers in and swirls, blah blah blah, erection digging into my hip, yadda yadda, gotta remember to pick up milk at the store tomorrow..."The tiresomely redundant writing would probably be a little easier to deal with if not for the fact that the majority of it is used to express the thoughts of what is unquestionably the dumbest character in the history of literature. Ana is a mental midget. This is not about her choices, it's about her inability to comprehend even the simplest of concepts. I think my favorite demonstration was during a charity auction Christian's parents were hosting. One of Christian's "ex-subs" (that's ex-submissive for those who aren't in the know *wink wink*) is wandering around, apparently armed and gunning for Ana. Or Christian. We never really know for sure, but anyway, because of this threat, Christian has hired more security. Taylor, Christian's chief bodyguard, now has three guys under his command, and all four of them are cruising the party, keeping an eye out for Ms. Small, Dark, and Nutsy. After watching a fireworks display (during which Ana was awed like a fucking four-year-old), I was treated to this exchange: Christian: "Stay with me a moment. Taylor wants us to wait while the crowd disperses."Ana: (thinks) Oh.Christian: "I think that fireworks display probably aged him a hundred years."Ana: "Doesn't he like fireworks?"That's not even the best part, though. The best part is Christian's reaction: "Christian gazes down at me fondly and shakes his head but doesn't elaborate."I had a really hard time not imagining what went through Christian's mind. You know what I'm talking about. "Oh, darling, it's a good thing you're hot. Otherwise I'd take you up in Charlie Tango right now and push you out somewhere over the Space Needle."There were times, of course, when the idiocy wasn't restricted to Ana and her vacuous noggin. At one point, Christian and Ana are discussing his crazy ex-sub, Leila, and Ana can tell Christian is holding something back, so she snaps at Christian to tell her what's going on. "She managed to obtain a concealed weapons permit yesterday."Really? I know E.L. James is a Brit, and yeah, maybe she views this as the United States of Barbarity, but you can't just wander into a fucking gun store and ask for a goddamn CPL. In fact, in Washington state, it can take up to 60 days for an out-of-state resident to receive theirs, and that's after the background check. The stupid doesn't end there, though. "Oh shit. I gaze at him, blinking, and feel the blood draining from my face as I absorb this news. I may faint. Suppose she wants to kill him? No. “That means she can just buy a gun,” I whisper."Well, sure, if she wants to be all obvious about it. I kinda figured she'd go the subtle route and get herself a bunny.It was during moments like that when I wished I knew Ana in real life, simply for of the amount of fun that could be had fucking with her. "Ana, you don't understand. It's so much worse than that. A concealed weapons permit means she can buy a concealed weapon. Concealed weapons are....invisible."Did I mention Ana's dumb? Well, guess what? She also has the emotional maturity of a fruit fly. It's worse than hanging out with a love-sick 14-year-old. Why? Because it's hanging out with a love-sick 21-year-old with the emotional maturity of a fruit fly. I thought I made this clear. You know who else made it clear? E.L. James. I was beaten over the head over and over and over again with Ana's self-doubt and insecurities. She's so unsure of herself, in fact, that she keeps asking the reader questions; "What is he trying to tell me?" "What does he/she mean?" "What is going on?" "What should I do?" "Where is our relationship going?" "What was that about?" "Where are we going?" "What is he planning?" "What is he gonna do?" "How does he know?" Hey, Ana! Guess what?!When she's not whining, crying, giggling, getting railed, or giving herself a migraine trying to think, she's going on and on in these relentless inner diatribes about how hot/sexy/adorable/god-like/beautiful Christian is, and joy is erupting inside her every time she realizes she's with him, and she gets a warm feeling whenever she thinks about how much she lurves him, and on and on and ooooon. Her inner goddess (ridiculous metaphor for her vagina) is still annoyingly present, and her subconscious has gotten even bitchier (just how Ana knows what's going on in her subconscious has yet to be determined). One of the best parts about her inner dialogue is that she's always telling us what's going on after we've had the scene described to us. And several times she reacts with astounded shock that someone *gasp* changed the subject. (No. I am not fucking kidding.)Ana is that special friend you end up wanting to choke to death every time you talk to her, but you don't have the ambition to tell her to go fuck herself with a rake, so you avoid her when you can, and when you can't, you sit around listening to her inane babbling like...Her insecurity reaches monumental, mind-blowing levels, however, when she finds Leila (remember her?) in her apartment. Lord Fisterbottom rushes in to save the day, of course, but then Ana watches him go all "Dom" on Leila to defuse the situation. Then he ends up at Leila's side, stroking her hair, trying to chillaxe the crazy broad, and Ana starts getting jealous! Right there, I'm not kidding! She doesn't want to leave the apartment because she's afraid of what will happen between Christian and Loony Tunes! Taylor has to forcibly remove Ana from her apartment, and the whole time we're treated to Ana's bullshit thoughts regarding whether or not Christian is going to leave her for Leila.Fucked up, right? There's a time and a place for insecurity; that ain't it. Oh, then she finds out Christian gave Leila a bath. What that has to do with the story, I have no idea.So are you getting the gist? Lots and lots of melodrama. Well, we haven't gotten to Christian's melodrama yet, so prepare yourselves. He starts freaking out on Ana, telling her she can't leave, she means everything to him, he needs her, blah blah blah, and then....then he says, "I'm a sadist, Ana. I like to whip little brown-haired girls like you because you all look like the crack whore - my birth mother."Say what? Normal reaction to this is revulsion and horror. To give her some credit, Ana is a little horrified. Does she leave? "Then it hit me like a wrecking ball. If he's a sadist, he really needs all that whipping and caning shit. Oh fuck. I put my head in my hands. "So it's true," I whisper, glancing up at him, "I can't give you what you need." This is it - this really does mean we are incompatible."Oh, for fuck's sake.That is not the proper response to your boyfriend's revelation that he likes to abuse and sex you because you look like his mom! This is:*Sigh*There's also a helicopter crash, a marriage proposal, a showdown with an ephebophile, and an attempted rape. Why? Because why the fuck not?I don't even know where to go from here. This book is ridiculous. Even more so than the first since it's trying to sell the reader on this impossible scenario. You cannot change an abusive man, and it is dangerous folly to try. Quit romanticizing it. Fantasy is one thing, impossible delusions are quite another.I suppose I'll close with one of my favorite lines from the mind of the magnificently inept Miss Steele: "Raiding the fridge once more, I gather potatoes, ham, and - Yes! - peas from the freezer."Yes!Peas!!!Word Count: "Oh my" - 47"Crap" - 36"Jeez" - 84"Holy (shit/fuck/crap/hell/cow/moses)" - 124"Whoa" - 30"Gasp" - 44"Gasps" - 17"Sharp Intake of Breath" - 5"Murmur" - 91"Murmurs" - 194"Whisper" - 140"Whispers" - 113"Mutter" - 71"Mutters" - 48"Fifty" - 95"Lip" - 47"Inner goddess" - 58"Subconscious" - 59And I'm out.Click here to read my review of Fifty Shades of GreyClick here to read my review of Fifty Shades Freed["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>
Feb , Directed by James Foley With Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan, Eric Johnson, Eloise Mumford While Christian wrestles with his inner demons, Anastasia must confront the anger and envy of the women who came before her. Watch Fifty Shades Darker Prime Video Fifty Shades Darker , . h min X Ray R Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson return as Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele in Fifty Shades Darker, the second chapter based on the bestselling Fifty Shades phenomenon. Fifty Shades Darker Rotten Tomatoes Feb , Fifty Shades Darker, which fails so many tests of basic storytelling competence, is all the stunning for its success at a task that most movies don t even bother attempting depicting a Fifty Shades Darker Watch on USA Network Movies on USA Apr , Fifty Shades Darker Every fairy tale has a dark side Anastasia embarks on a publishing career, as Christian renegotiates the terms of their relationship. Fifty Shades Darker film Fifty Shades Darker Movie Moviefone Fifty Shades Darker on the Web , Official Website Movie Tags sequel kiss bdsm boat adaptation Featured News Jamie Dornan, Alec Baldwin and Christian Slater to Star in Dr Death Limited Fifty Shades Darker Netflix Fifty Shades Darker h m Hollywood Movies Anastasia embarks on a publishing career, as Christian renegotiates the terms of their relationship But outside forces threaten to rip them apart. Fifty Shades Darker Fandango Feb , Fifty Shades Darker Synopsis Shadowy figures from Christian Grey s past threaten his rekindled romance with Anastasia Steele. Fifty Shades YouTube Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson return as Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele in Fifty Shades Darker, the seco Fifty Shades Darker Love in an Elevator Scene Jul , Fifty Shades Darker Love in an Elevator Christian Jamie Dornan pushes Ana s Dakota Johnson buttons on a public elevator BUY THE MOVIE

  1. All you need to know should be on here eljamesauthor Please come talk to me on twitter E_L_JamesIf you are interested in the play list from either of these books please visit my youtube channel youtube user eljamesau

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  1. Yeah, I ve continued with the series Why, you ask Why, when I so thoroughly despised Fifty Shades of Grey, would I do this to myself Why, for the fun factor, of course Bad writing tends to make me giddy because I m much better at being a horribly judgmental person critic than I am at.well, most anything else Reading books this awful actually brings a certain amount of joy into my life Plus, I had a few people tell me they couldn t wait for my reviews of the second and third Fifty books Alas, her [...]


  2. FIFTY BETTER USES FOR FIFTY SHADES OF GREYPART ONE 1 15PART 2 16 34Did you know that used bookstores and charity shops are drowning in used copies of FSoG Our local ReStore actually put out a news bulletin telling people they were no longer accepting them HARHARHARHAR.I m guessing people are trying to dump them off on the needy because they have buyer s remorse ME, I HAVE THIS , they don t want people to see these books sitting on their bookshelves ME, I DON T WANT PEOPLE TO SEE THESE BOOKS SITT [...]


  3. 2 miserable stars Ok There s a dangerous theme in this book that I want to speak out about Ladies, despite what EL James says,you will not change your man s personality or fix his age old sexual perversions in 5 weeks.I thought part one of Fifty Shades series was too tense and upsetting, but be careful what you wish for In this follow up to the infamous BDSM themed 1st novel, Christian shifts his needs and personality 180 and it was yawn worthy at best This story was much less dramatic for me th [...]


  4. I really wish I could manually add a 6th star to for this book I never would have believed it was possible, but Fifty Shades Darker is even better than Fifty Shades of Grey Hard to believe, but true Reading this book reminded me of a quote that I love by Alan Cohen, Scared and sacred are spelled with the same letters Awful proceeds from the same root word as awesome Terrify and terrific Every negative experience holds the seed of transformation Reading Fifty Shades Darker is like witnessing meta [...]


  5. The missus bought a Paperback wn Tesco, Saturday, I had a look inside her bag.T was fifty shades of grey Well I just left her to it, And at ten I went to bed An hour later she appeared The sight filled me with dread In her left she held a rope And in her right a whip She threw them down upon the floor, And then began to strip Well fifty years or so ago I might have had a peek But Mabel hasn t weathered well She s eighty four next week Watching Mabel bump and grind Could not have been much grimme [...]


  6. HUGE improvement compared to Fifty Shades of Grey Still not AMAZING but not bad at all, I honestly enjoyed reading Fifty Shades Darker and I m looking forward to read Fifty Shades Freed


  7. Fifty Shades Darker is the second and my favorite installment of the Fifty shades trilogy I love seeing Christian start to come into his own in this book His issues come to light, and he starts dealing with them Christian Grey one of my original book boyfriends Not only is he a damaged man my favorite but he is sexy, kinky, bossy and romantic I know this isn t a lengthy review but this book doesn t need one I ve read this series quite a few times and each time, I love it and This time I listen [...]


  8. Warning Spoilers abound Actual rating 1.5 starsHonestly, I didn t read this whole thing I skimmed most of it and I still managed to get the gist of it At least I saved myself the torture of reading about Ana s constant inner monologue I have to say that my review of the first book still largely stands.It s ironic how someone with a name like Steele can t stand her ground At the end of the first book, Ana finally sees some sense and leaves Christian Surprise surprise, that doesn t last long and s [...]


  9. It never happens, but, during the time I was reading Fifty Shades Darker, I was doing some research online for something altogether unrelated, and I came across the following quote For me, it captures the essence of Ana s love for Christian, and it honestly gave me chills when I read it and immediately thought of them I also believe this is truly applicable for every relationship.You come to love not by finding the perfect person, but by seeing an imperfect person perfectly Sam Keen, AuthorWhat [...]


  10. 4.5 He s my happily ever after, stars First read Feb 14, 2015Reread Sept 23, 2015Re reread lol June 1, 2017Spoilers I ve missed you so much, Anastasia, he breathes.Fifty Shades Darker is the second book in the Fifty Shades Trilogy Another great book by E.L James I loved this book even than the first I don t want to fight with you, Anastasia I want you back, and I want you healthy, This book picks up a week after Ana left Christian because she couldn t handle his lifestyle They are both miserabl [...]


  11. The Good1 Phrases like kinky fuckery Awesome I am totally absorbing that into my daily lexicon.2 Silk, Satin, Lace and Linen I loved James dreamy depictions of the life of a glamorous 1%er, and the many evocative details she incorporates Seriously, how many bottles of white wine do they down The hedonistic bent definitely had me hankering for an oaky Chardonnay To me, the sailing, the masquerade ball, the beautiful Mediterranean manse, were some of the best scenes in the novel s , which sadly on [...]


  12. Read my review on Fiction Vixen Book Reviews It is a little different than below Read my interview with E.L James and enter the Fiction Vixen Book Reviews giveaway to win a copy of this book 4.5 starsI loved it It was a different experience than the first one the pace is much slower, even though there are a lot of outside forces and complications when there weren t in the previous one The chemistry is as sizzling as ever though whew fan please , the romance is sweeter, and there is lovely humor [...]


  13. I honestly do not have time to read right now I m super busy and sometimes the only time I sit down is on the toilet Not a romantic place to read this gorgeous, romantic story, but I was very motivated Following Grey and Ana was my favorite entertainment I need to clarify whet I expect from a book I expect to be transported to another world I want to care what happens to the characters I want to see good things happen and I want to fret if there are bad things happening This book gave me all tho [...]


  14. WHY Why did I read this For some reason I had it on my Kindle for ages, but since reading the disaster that was Fifty Shades of Grey book 1 I decided not to bother with the second one Then I found myself suddenly left with nothing to read on my Kindle except this, so I went for it.I just dislike everything about this book the pathetic writing, the plot if you can call it that, Christian Grey aka The Jackass , and Anastasia Steele aka The Doormat They shall henceforth be called as such The book i [...]


  15. My review of the first installment is applicable across this entire pathetic, thieving enterprise.My Fifty Shades of Grey review My Fifty Shades Freed review.My review of the Bundle It includes some important points I didn t include in these reviews.


  16. Wow, talk about Fifty Shades of bad writing I m surprised I made it through this one, but you gotta give it to EL James, even though it s horrendously written, it s darn addictive.There s so many flaws in this book, which make it painful to read 1 Ana acts like an overly innocent teenager despite being an able career woman in her early 20 s She s flushing left right and centre at even a glance or smile towards her When she s not flushing, she s going Oh my at every suggestive comment that comes [...]


  17. This copy was given to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest reviewC, publish date September 15th, 2011The Writer s Coffee Shop Publishing HouseAfter experiencing first hand just how bad it can get, Ana left enigmatic billionaire Christian Grey His BDSM tastes were too dark for her to handle.Why is she reconsidering now Fifty proposes a tempting arrangement He is prepared to try and give her what she desires most More.It isn t an easy road for them, though Ana must learn about herself th [...]


  18. FIVE HEARTS FLOWERS STARS BR with Dee, Mel, and Sharon Re Read 4 This is me, Ana All of med I m all yours What do I have to do to make you realize that To make you see that I want you any way I can get you That I love you I remember when I first read FSOG, I thought Christian was perfect He was so very Sexy and Dominant He was my perfect man I didn t think he could get any better, and then I read this book I think I fell hopelessly in love with him by the time I finished book two Christian had m [...]


  19. 6 stars to each of the books in the trilogy This is how I see Christian It pains me to no end that I don t have proper reviews up for these books These were one of the first sets of books I read when I first started reading series and were a HUGE part of what inspired me to start reading and blogging again but at the time that I read them, I still wasn t writing real reviews I fully plan on rereading someday soon for the fourth time and writing out full reviews for them But, I mean, the whole wo [...]


  20. Re read in January 2015.This was my sixth time reading this book I wanted at least one last time before the movie is released next month This time I listened to the audio version and was not impressed I actually found it annoying but I had waited 6 months on hold at the library for the audio so I was bound and determined to finish it Only one book to go before I ll get to see Mr Grey on the big screen Master is darkMaster is a dark man He s my happily ever after Re read this one for the fifth t [...]


  21. Round two here be spoilers.I personally found Fifty Shades Darker a lot harder to get through I read the first one in two days because it was entertaining in the fact that it was so, so very bad This one is equally bad, but it was also incredibly cheesy, boring, and uneventful If I had to choose between Fifty Shades and My Immortal, I d pick the second one, over and over again.The story begins three days after they ve broken up Ana, of course, is completely gutted, because she loves Christian Ho [...]


  22. The second half wasn t as bad, but the first half felt like a continuing repeat of the initial book.Still hating the inner goddess thing It s like Ana s talking to another version of herself in her head.Getting tired of all the smirks Does Christian make any other facial expression These books are a bit warped, but I have less of an issue reading about warped than I do reading about repetitive behaviors and inner goddesses.The steam level was decent, but nothing way out there The emails were sti [...]


  23. 3.5 KILL THE INNER GODDESS STARS I can t bear to hurt you because I love you Okay now I m very confused Is this the right book Did I accidentally download an edited nicer version of this book by mistake What happened to the flogging self serving egotistical BDSM DOM, from Book one What happened to hard limits To say I enjoyed this book than book one would be a gross understatement This book kicked Book One ass IMO Why you may ask Because he has some actual drama, some action, some interesting s [...]


  24. I m moving this to my humor shelf in order to justify giving it a full 2 stars And I really did laugh quite a bit while reading this, so I m not just being snarky.Our story begins where the first book left off Poor Ana is an emotional train wreck after leaving the oh so wonderful Mr McRedbottom JeezJust cause a guy insists on controlling every aspect of your life, and maybe wants to beat you with a cane on the weekends, you re gonna leave Don t be such a quitter, Ana Don t worry folks It all tur [...]


  25. 4 Holy cow Stars D This is my favorite book in this series, what i loved about it is that they were both equals , both in control , in the first book Anna was naive, a submissive who didn t know what she was signing for probably didn t expect that it would hurt so much to fall in love with the wrong guy and the third book christian became a pussy haha DD i loved it and ain t sorry p p can t wait for the movie D 5 months left arghh


  26. Oh, Christian, you make MY inner goddess swoon There is so much to love about Fifty Shades Darker Fifty Shades Darker is a much comfortable read than the first book, Fifty Shades of Grey This book focuses upon the evolution of Christian s and Ana s relationship And boy, does it evolve After a short but miserable separation, Christian and Ana realize that they need each other In the previous book, Christian was very much in control of the relationship In this book, the tables are turned and Ana [...]


  27. This is me, Ana All of med I m all yours What do I have to do to make you realize that To make you see that I want you any way I can get you That I love you Admittedly Fifty Shades Darker is better than Fifty Shades Grey, and it s not beacause of the writing that was improved or flowery, but the story itself that really got me After dumping Christian, Ana is doing fine with a new job and she tries to adjust her life without this Christian even though it s hard But Christian doesn t want to let [...]


  28. Right off the bat, I have to say this, and I cannot stress it enough If you re considering reading this series, I encourage you to be opened minded if BDSM and erotic romance isn t your typical fare and book number two is not nearly as BDSM as the first, not even close It s not mine, and I am so glad I gave this trilogy a shot This is one of the most moving love stories you can ever read It s intensely erotic and sexy at every turn, but that passion is piqued by the meaning and essence behind An [...]


  29. A couple of weeks ago, I made a bet with P to the effect that his review of Fifty Shades of Grey would collect at least 20 votes by the following Monday The stake was one chocolate penis I was delighted to see that P had quite underestimated the quality of his fine piece of writing, and in the event it was not even close he had 24 votes by Sunday afternoon I told P , whom I believed to be a gentleman, that the exact nature of the prize was for him to decide, though I hinted that this would be my [...]


  30. Can t believe I got through this Okay I skimmed through most of the chapters, but I got a good inkling of what happened I can understand how mentally unstable Christian Grey can be and how his need to control Ana and her life only to protect her, but good lord he needs to stop Ana wasn t as annoying here as she was in the first book Less inner goddess monologue She actually thinks like an independent woman and most of her fights with Christian involve him meddling in her life But then she forgiv [...]


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