Fifty Shades Darker: Book Two by Entrenue - review by debo

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50 shades continues to keep me entertained

This is a good fictional romance novel that should put you in the mood to have a fun romp with your partner. It's a light read, short so it doesn't take a lot of time to finish and leaves you wanting more information.
Discreet, light and easy to take anywhere, interesting to read
the lack of communication between the couple in the story.
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
This is a book so the texture is smooth with a picture on the front of a masquerade mask. It is a paperback so light and easily tucked into a purse or bag to take with you anywhere. It is also discreet, picture wise but has been talked about so much on TV and the radio that everyone knows what the book is about. I know this book has been reviewed multiple times but everyone has an opinion and I thought I'd add mine since I did a review on the first book already.

I did enjoy this book. While it is not as erotic as the first one it still has a nice story line and was good enough to have me wanting to read the third book. Christian and Ana are back at it again, she comes back to him after leaving in book one because "they can not live without each other" lol. That was the one thing that irritated me about this story. These people just met but they tell each other all the time that they can not live without the other one and how much they love the other (to add nausea.) There is conflict, romance and suspense.

Ana meets Christian's family and he meets her parents. Her new job is going good even though there is something about her boss that makes her uneasy. Ana and Christian fight about everything mostly because he will not talk to her about things that involve her and she won't talk to him unless it is to argue about something he did that she didn't agree with or like. The sexual descriptions are hot and wild and interesting. He is very rich and likes to buy things for her which she is starting to enjoy just a little. Christian has mostly convinced Ana to move in with him and they attend therapy together once or twice to help Ana understand a little more about Christian's BDSM lifestyle and his awful early childhood filled with abuse and neglect. Slowly Christian tells Ana about growing up after he was adopted by the Gray family and how he started into the BDSM lifestyle.

There is some BDSM in the book but not as much as the first book. This is fascinating for someone who just dabbled a bit back in the early years of marriage and is still not really into that lifestyle but interested in finding out more and maybe doing some more dabbling. I found some of the things they did in the book arousing and I can tell you my husband enjoyed the effects of it as well. After 27 years of marriage I felt the need to stir things up a bit, to get out of the rut we had gotten stuck in and this book was just the kick start we needed.
After reading book one and book two I could not wait to start book three. I can overlook all the "I love you's and such if I can add a touch of excitement to the bedroom.
Follow-up commentary
I still like this book. I finally got my copy back from Great Grandma. To me this is a good romantic novel. The purpose of the book is to add some spice to the love life and this is what it did. I enjoyed most of it and will read it again when things calm down, just to rev it back up again.
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  • Dixiemomma
    still have no desire to read um but nice review
  • Karmababe
    Thanks for the review!
  • debo
    lol. you don't know what your missing!
  • ViVix
    Straight to the point!
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    i love seeing the plot through your eyes
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