Fifty Shades Freed: Book Three - erotic book by Entrenue - review by kaykay0427

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Fifty Shades Freed Review

All in all, this book is great if you want a quick read about a couple that loves each other and has major obstacles to overcome.
great story line, steamy sex scenes, short chapters, the ending
repetitive, big words
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When Anastasia Steele first meets the beautiful and irresistible young entrepreneur Christian Grey, it sparked a romance that turned their worlds upside down. Surprised and attracted by Christian's sexual tastes, Ana wants commitment. Determined to keep her, Christian agrees.
Now, Ana and Christian have it all: love, passion, wealth, and everything at their fingertips. But Ana knows that loving Christian will not be easy, and that being together will pose challenges that neither of them would anticipate. Ana must somehow learn to share Christian's lavish lifestyle without forgetting who she is and where she came from. And Christian must get over his need to control as he deals with the dark secrets of his past. Just when everything seems so perfect Ana's biggest fears turn to reality and Christian does not take the news very well.

I liked this book and hated this book. I liked the story and the romance. The sex scenes were still steamy and spontaneous. I loved the twists and turns that E.L. James threw in (the marriage and the pregnancy). It kept me on my toes and made it hard for me to put down. I loved the short chapters because if I didn't have enough time to read a lot, it would only take me about 30 minutes to read a chapter all the way through.

Once again I hated the same things that I hated in the other 2 books. I didn't like that it was repetitive. The author repeats the same lines over and over but she will reword them every time... "He's my Fifty and I love him despite his dark side," "He makes it really hard to love him when he is so controlling," "He may be broken and difficult but he' mine." She also uses big words that are unnecessary and awkward. Some of them I had to look up because I've never heard of them before. I swear she had a Thesaurus next to her at all times...
It is a page turner. I had a hard time putting it down. I loved the romance and the love that they had for each other and the obstacles they had to overcome to love each other.
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