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Fifty Shades Freed

If you've already read the first two books, you can expect the same kind of writing in this one. Just be prepared for the skipping of things that are important.
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Pros:
The story is fully wrapped up.
Cons:
The same bad writing, completely skipping of scenes.
Rating by reviewer:
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I finally finished reading Fifty Shades Freed, which is the third book in this very poorly written series. Just like the previous books, the bad writing continues -- only now you have the addition of all the important things being told in flashbacks, which to me is highly annoying when every big thing that happens is flash back. I'm glad I finished the book, since it does wrap up the story for the most part. Going on, this story starts about a month and a half after the second book, with Christian and Ana married and on their honeymoon. You flashback to the wedding, or at least to parts of it. I, personally, think it would have been more interesting to read the wedding part, instead of the flashback to it. It's the same later on, where the end of the book is rushed, and you jump past some major events and have paragraphs at a time to read.

You finally get to learn more about Christian and his past, and why what happened with Mrs. Robinson happened. Of course this books makes him out to be more of a child then anything else, with him throwing temper tantrums over everything that Ana either does, or over things that just happened by accident. As for Ana, she intentionally does things to upset Christian, and then is upset and surprised by the angry outcome she has to deal with afterwards. So, it goes Ana does something Christian told her not to do, they fight, they have sex where he punishes her in some way, and the cycle repeats.

The few BDSM scenes from the second book completely disappear in this book, and Christian freaks out any time they do a little bondage and it leaves any mark on Ana. That made the story a little unbelievable, since in the first book he wants to mark her and do things a little harsher than just handcuffing her. After getting through all of that, I found that the most interesting part of this whole book was in the last 20 pages when it goes to Christian's past as a child, and when he first meets Ana. So, as long as you are prepared for all the same things in the first two books, only worse... it does wrap up the whole story.
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  • AHubbyof2SexualMinds
    AHubbyof2SexualMinds  
    Thanks for the review!
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    deltalima  
    Thanks.
  • ak47143
    ak47143  
    heard it was amazing cant wait to read
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    Great thanks
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    thanks for the review!
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