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Fifty Shades Freed
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Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë
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Fifty Shades Freed by E.L. James
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Fifty Shades Darker by E.L. James
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Again, I read this second book, not to read a literary piece of work, but to continue on the journey and the story of these two. This book went in a different direction than I expected but I still liked the story and I liked these two characters trul ...more
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Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James
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Despite the good and bad reviews, I decided to read this book....and I am glad I did. Sure, it's rough and I could see parts of the story making some cringe....but I thought it was a great story. It talks about a world so many know nothing about. It ...more
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Wild by Cheryl Strayed
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The Priest and the Medium by Suzanne R. Giesemann
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Personally knowing Anne, this book was a great read. I was fascinated to learn more about how her and Wayne grew up and how their paths eventually crossed.
She is an amazing woman with an incredible gift she willingly shares.
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“Do you know, when I am with you I am not afraid at all. It is a magic altogether curious that happens inside the heart. I wish I could take it with me when I leave.

It is sad, my Grey. We are constrained by the rules of this Game we play. There is not one little place under those rules for me to be with you happily. Or apart happily, which is what makes it so unfair.

I have discovered a curious fact about myself. An hour ago I was sure you were dead, and it hurt very much. Now you are alive, and it is only that I must leave you, and I find that even more painful. That is not at all logical.

Do you know the Symposium, Grey? The Symposium of Plato. [He] says that lovers are like two parts of an egg that fit together perfectly. Each half is made for the other, the single match to it. We are incomplete alone. Together, we are whole. All men are seeking that other half of themselves. Do you remember?

I think you are the other half of me. It was a great mix-up in heaven. A scandal. For you there was meant to be a pretty English schoolgirl in the city of Bath and for me some fine Italian pastry cook in Palermo. But the cradles were switched somehow, and it all ended up like this…of an impossibility beyond words.

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