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Fifty Shades Trilogy by E.L. James
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Dec 22, 2013

really liked it

Although many of the descriptions were repetitive and it wasn't written with the usual American slang terms, this trilogy in totality had a great love story between two consenting adults that I could not put down. Like Ana and Christian, I couldn't get enough and felt teased when they ended....I want more! It would be wonderful if the rumor is true that there will be another trilogy written from the eyes of "Sir". These books have opened my eyes to exploring possibilities of richer "vanilla" with the love of my life...
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message 1: by Bebe (new)

Bebe the explicitness of the sex was shocking but in a relationship with abuse it start somewhere and Anna was abuse sexually by Christian, her first introduction to sex his dominant , ways..However she was not going to be in a relationship where he wasn't going to budge into himself being submissive to having a relationship with her in a normal fashion, he persuit to know her whys and decided to compromised, Vanilla Sex isn't as bad and it filling , the void he was missing all along..She was mousy but very strong, he recived help from her to deal with the sexual abuse and make it known that he was sexually taken advantage by Elena, older woman..I think it really good , and eye opener to both sex can be abuse and be victim, many a time domestic abuse occur within marriages,close doors, Anna story was blasted open and she change christian and even help herself to not succumb to being a victim..He become a gently lover and spouse..


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