Hello my lovelies.
A lot of you have probably already read the Fifty shades of grey trilogy, and LOVED them!
I was recommended to read this book from a friend and I was so glad I did, I never stopped reading them and was definitely hooked. I read this book over a year ago before it became a top seller.
Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey are the two main characters and meet through work.
All the books involve a lot of S&M and dominatrix which are very descriptive and you can almost picture everything that is happening between the characters. Anastasia Steele is a virgin who is a little taken back when Christian Grey asks her to be submissive, however throughout these books they do not sign the contract and end up in a relationship, which is a struggle for both Christian and Anastasia as they both learn how to make the relationship work on a more loving and intimate level.
The story between these two in the three books is great and interesting, there is definitely a lot of ups and downs in the relationship. (Don’t take that sentence in the wrong way, for those of you with a dirty mind).
The third book is probably my favourite especially after what happened in the end of the second book….
Seeing their relationship after they get married its gorgeous and so romantic and when she finds out that she is pregnant…… I couldn’t stop reading especially as it made Christian rethink everything that was happening and how he struggled to come to terms with the news.
But my all time favourite was Anastasia showing her love towards his family by protecting his sister and risking her own life and the baby for him.
I would definitely recommend this book to everyone reading this. The book includes erotica, love, romance, action and watching Christian develop into a different man who now has meaning.
I am looking forward to the film coming out which is due to be released next year 2014!
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If you like this book I would definitely recommend the Crossfire novels here is a link to a post I wrote on the books: