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

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Free of the series at last.

I finished the series of books, but wish I would not have wasted the time. If you are looking for a true erotica or bdsm book keep looking. While this book touches on both topics it does not do them justice.
Easy to hold and read size
Was not what I expected at all
Rating by reviewer:
worth reading, but not useful review

Content / Style / Audience

As with the other two books in this series it is advertised as a book about BDSM. I would classify this book as more of a mystery status in trying to figure out who was after Christian and Anastasia than I would any type of erotica. There were too many elements that focused outside of the theme for it to be continued into three books. The author did follow through with the characters though and for the most part they were the same in all three books. That had to be the biggest plus I found.
    • Bdsm
    • Erotica
Follow-up commentary
Nothing to update; read the book once have no reason to read it again. Not one of my favorites that's for sure.
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  • Zombirella
    I'm sorry for the low vote, but you really didn't give ANY information about this book at all. Please check out my review of this book and the others to get an idea of how to do a book review This just doesn't tell anything that one couldn't guess without reading any of the books and just hearing about it from someone or somewhere.
  • Woman China
    I am with Zombirella on this, and please look at my comment on your Book II comment section.
  • LittleBird
    Good review. Thank you.
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