Fifty Shades Freed: Book Three by Entrenue - review by Hoshigetsu

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A Rollercoaster of Emotions

The book, overall, was a roller coaster of emotions - from the relationship and everyday lives of the characters to the problems and decisions they ultimately had to face in the end. There are 2 major conflicts that arise and that are resolved. It was very exciting with a touch of more thrilling sex to a deepness of trust that lead to final decisions. This was certainly worth the time, and there was nothing disappointing about the ending.
Relatable at some points, Fun to read, More exciting sex
A bit confusing at times because of so much going on
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extremely useful review
My, oh, my! For the 3rd and final book of the trilogy, it is certainly a roller coaster that brings you to a screeching halt of an ending. The plot swings you into two problems at once, allowing you to see both a childish and self-doubted side of both Anastasia and Christian. This book shows the characters opening up more in their relationship and in their lives in general. The first third of the book is their honeymoon. It also contains several key events where Christian shows Ana how to open up more and vice versa. It's not just their relationship that they learn things in this book - it's life lessons as well. They are both forced to make hard decisions. The lives of the character's loved ones are literally on their shoulders. The decisions are hard, and somewhat unrealistic in a way, but maybe I say that because I'm not a super rich business man. In Anatasia's situation, I can't say that anyone wouldn't have done what she had though.

Out of the 3 books, this one is definitely the most exciting and fun to read. Though this book has the least amount of sex in it, the sex is certainly more exciting, simply because the two become more open to new things. There, once again, is a lack of BDSM, but some comes back into the picture in this book. With Anastasia more open to it, and no "red" code word, safe words come in to play, and it becomes fun with an erotic twist to it. The "STOP" on the handcuffs on the front is a nice touch, used in their erotic play game, which they have to choose a safe word, and the word they use is certainly a funny one.

The author also finds an uncanny way to make this book fun in the most serious moments. With their honeymoon both literally and metaphorically over, day-to-day problems arise, and make life bearable. Even with a huge ever-looming problem hanging over their heads, every one of the characters manages to keep a more positive outlook in this book. The book ends on a light-hearted note with trouble-makers out of the picture and a cute scene at the end.

Several characters traits are unveiled in this book: one of them being Christian's ever-domineering side. At times this can make him someone dislike him, and at times, hate him. I would say that his dominance is unrealistic and makes him unrelatable, but I would be lying. In Christian's dominant ways, this makes Anastasia more relatable. Her way of handling him with love and endurance is probably the best. Her patient side comes out in this.

Another trait that comes out would have to be loyalty. As the final problem in the book winds down, Anastasia gets to make a final choice which ultimately makes her almost a hero in the end. The childish ways were shown in both of them as well. Both made small, yet understandable, mistakes, but there are times when they were simply childish which makes this book a little hard to like for some. This also shows how new both of them are to liking someone so different. It's like they both have a long way to grow in their relationship.

One of my favorite things about this book was the cover. While the subtle hint on the handcuffs was nice, I believe if I had been looking at the trilogy of the three Fifty Shades books, I would be more tempted to start with the second or third book than the first. The second is an eye-catcher and this third book has a very unique cover. The shine of the cuffs, and the hand cuffs in general, make a very eye-catching cover.
I, myself, missed quite a few subtleties toward the end of the book. So much was happening at once that I would have to go back and re-read the book to completely understand everything that was happening. I liked the fact the book had a small epilogue at the end which was set about a year in the future. In my opinion, it brings the story to a nice close.
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