Fifty Shades Freed: Book Three - erotic fiction by Entrenue - review by ghent529

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Freed.. Finally it's over..

I just really hate how repetitive this trilogy is. It's like every page has the same thing on it, not even worded different.
it's fiction...
again poorly written, repetitive, basically the same as the first 2 books.
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The relationship evolves even further and is at times very sweet. The wedding--well, a flash back. My SO had said that she wish they went into detail about the wedding, you know dress, planning, ect.-- the honeymoon, when the "honeymoon ends..." Especially knowing, that Ana has given her heart to a very "fucked" up Mr. Grey & takes a chance.... Remember, it's fiction.... Would anyone else have this much faith? Don't know.... but that's why we read fiction.... for the "What if's" in life.It ends as it should. But, it's still a little "choppy", just.... maybe a bit too hurried? I'm not sure.

Honestly I've heard a hard time getting "into" this book as it is slow, And really just a repeat of the first and second. We get glimpses into why Christian is the way that he is as he finally opens up to Ana about his childhood but that's basically all that is different. Everything is just a rehash of what happened in the previous books, Ana bites her lip, she drives Christian mad with desire, gratuitous sex scene that's not really all that erotic. End scene with cuddling. Rinse and repeat.

I will admit when my SO was reading them that It boosted our sex life a little bit. Just because she wanted to try new things based off of what she was reading. And she was always reading so it would turn her on. As for me I felt it lacked what a good erotica should, but I don't know maybe that’s again, just me.

What was a welcome surprise is epilogue at the end, Fifty Shades of Christian, where we get to experience parts of his courtship of Ana through his eyes. Which was defiantly interesting, but it is a little bit like "Midnight Sun" by Stephanie Meyer, which was never finished. (Twilight from Edward's point of view.)
I don't know, maybe it's just me, but I feel like this Trilogy really could have been one longgg (sic) book.
Follow-up commentary
Although some people are totally against this, I am glad that I have this on our book shelf. This is still my least favorite of them all but we had to have them all.
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  • married with children
    thanks for sharing. this is not my type of reading. sorry it wasnt better for you.
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    great thank you
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    great review!!!
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    I really enjoyed your perspective!
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    Nice review!
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  • SaiDiscordia
    Honest review. I felt the same way. There didn't seem to be much taboo to what they did sexually, but the suspense kept me reading. Ending reminded me of why I don't care for the third book of the Hunger Games books. It was like they said, "Oh crap, I am only allowed another 20 pages, better hurry up and round this up."
  • Trysexual
    At least you got more sex IRL...worked for me when my SO read the first one.
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