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

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I did not like this book at all. Ok, I did a little just because of the story of the couple. The sex is not what I thought it would be (like I've said in all the reviews) and things kind of just go spiraling out of control in a sense. I would recommend reading though, just so you can see for yourself just how big of mess this last book seems.
Picks up right where the second one leaves off.
Talks about thier relationship more.
Worst Book Out Of The Series
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
Let me first start off by saying that I am sooo glad to finally be done with the Fifty Shades Series. Fifty Shades Freed was the worst one to me as far as the sex scenes. In the third and final book of the Fifty Shades series we get to see even more Christian and Ana's romantic relationship. This includes their extravagant wedding, the luscious honeymoon, and the terrible sex scenes, but for some damn reason I could not put it down! There were some points that were just god-awful and others that were pointless. Our loving couple's martial bliss is ruined by past loves who finally show their faces, there is also plot against Christian Grey's godlike company that made him the most wanted billionaire on the face of the planet. Of course they would add some crazy twist like that!! Maybe I missed something when reading as to why any of that is relevant to BDSM or thier sexual relationship...Or well, that's what I thought these books were going to be all about. The final book was a mess. A complete and udder mess.

I made it through the first two books somehow (both of them not being anywhere near this 'bad') and comparing this one to those makes those looks like the best two books ever written. You would think that by the last book (or hell, by the end of the first book) that the characters would have become a little more developed and that E. L. James' writing style would improve with time and actually have some kind of plot developed. Ana still has a pretty crappy personality that I have been trying to figure out for all three books, and the almighty Christian Gery has become fifty shades of nothing. I honestly have NO idea how this series has become so popular when it seriously sucks so bad.

All in all this book was not my favorite one (as I'm sure you can tell). I honestly think people should read this one just because of how confusing and pointless it seems. I don't regret reading these books at all because I wanted to know what the hype was all about. Do I see them winning any kind literary award? Hell no. But I recommend you read it and get your own perspective from it because of everyone having different opinions. Just be like Ana and pay attention to your "goddess" and conscience.
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    • Bdsm
    • Everyone
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  • deltalima
    Haha doesn't sound like the next best thing like everyone's been raving about. Thanks for sharing
  • AshMegYo
    It definitely isn't, or not to me anyways. I was rather disappointed with the series, but I do recommend reading them just to get your own opinion of them You're welcome.
  • HotMilk
    Thanks for sharing
  • pinkzombie
    Thank you!
  • lovebites
    thanks for the review!
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