Fifty Shades Freed: Book Three - erotic fiction by Entrenue - review by Sunny Meadows

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Fifty Shades Freed...What's Up With This?

To me this last book is more about Gray and Ana coming together as one. They test each other and how far they are willing to go for each other. The tug and pull of this relationship is tested to the point you think it is all over. But a family crisis or two can bring anyone back together. Maybe even closer for some. I wonder if their happily ever after will happen or continue on into another book.
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Pros:
Entertaining, keeps bringing me back for more
Cons:
Ending leaves me unsure if there will be another book
Rating by reviewer:
4
useful review

About author

E.L James had read the Twilight Saga. After she finished she found herself in a midlife crisis of sorts. She decided to wright Fifty Shades of Gray. She doesn't know where she will go after the Fifty Shade series. She has lived in London with her husband and son for the last 20 years.

This book was published by Vintage books a division of Random House Inc. New York.
    • Engaging
    • Expert author
    • Well known author

Content / Style / Audience

This book starts with Ana and Mr. Gray on their honeymoon. Ana is flashing back to their wedding. On their worldwide honeymoon Ana continues to push Gray's buttons. Then someone threatens their future again.

Ana has a family crisis where Gray shows a whole different side. Ana get life changing news. Will Gray lose his mind when he finds out? Will they get through it? Mrs. Robinson returns for one last confrontation. The end left me feeling there will be a fourth book.

I still think this writing is simple. The story line is good. But when reading these books it went from one form of Dom and Sub relationship to more of a romance novel. I still think that this hits home for a lot of women because we try so hard to fix our men. It shows more of a struggle of the relationship then sex as the books go from one to the next. The struggle these two have is much like the rest of us. The BDSM is a bonus to read about.
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Couples
    • Women
  • Where
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • General
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    Other tags that are useful and descriptive for this product.
    • Bdsm
    • Erotica
    • Good mix of styles and content

Design

This book measures 8x5x1. It has 578 pages. It is a soft cover book. The cover is black and white with the title in white lettering. The picture on the front is of handcuffs. I think the cover is well laid out and is discreet. However, the name on the book is so well known that most people recognize it right away.

When reading this book most women have already read it or are reading it. Most are not afraid to come up to you to talk about the book. So the book is discreet I think but they are so well known they are recognizable.

It is well made. The paper is of good quality because there is no letter bleeding or tearing. The binding holds up well. When I read a soft cover I have a bad habit of rolling the book to hold on to it as I read. The binding has held up well.
    • Discreet cover
    • Soft cover
    • Well made

Personal comments

When I started these books I was more interested in the story line going more in to BDSM. What the book ended up being was more about a relationship between to people who needed help figuring out the world. The BDSM was more of a background. Even though I found the books to be a simple read for me I found that I enjoyed the tug and pull of the relationship. I think most of us relate to that part of the book most. I am trying to deal with a not so great past and seeing the struggles that they face in me. Trying to let go and step out of there safe box that they created around themselves to survive.
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    • Couples
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