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

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So sad it's over!

Fifty Shades Freed finished the story off brilliantly. In this book, you really explore even further into how the relationship between Christian and Ana develops. You are able to see that they are so in love, yet they still have a huge amount to learn and share about one another. I understand that these books might not be everyone's cup of tea, but if you strip everything back, what you have is a wonderful and completely absorbing love story. What could be better than that?
Biggest plot of the trilogy.
Full of mystery, drama, and tension.
Story ends in a good place.
Zero for me!
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All in all, I thought Fifty Shades was a GREAT trilogy. I'm actually really sad that it's over. In my opinion, Fifty Shades Freed has the biggest plot yet, and not ALL of it was about sex. Okay, so there's still a lot of sex, but there's a lot more to the story than just that. In my opinion, this is the most thrilling book of the trilogy because it's full of mystery, drama, tension, and even a little bit of action. I loved the twist it took, and ultimately, how it ended.

In Fifty Shades Freed, the author made it to where I was able to just jump right back into the world of Christian and Ana. There were a lot of flashbacks and scene changes, and there was a lot of jumping around too. That is probably the one thing that is different about this book. At times I wanted to shake my book because I would be reading in the present, and Ana would start to take me back to a previous event. Once you get used to it, it starts to read like you were actually living with Ana. The first two books are a lot about Ana and Christian growing as individuals. In this book, it's really about them growing together. You are able to see a big shift in the way Ana looks, feels, and acts when it comes to Christian and his lifestyle.

I truly loved Christian in this book. I love how he transformed and how established his character is. His character developed and bloomed in this book. As the story comes to an end, Christian finally makes peace with his past. He became lovable. He has heart, compassion, and he’s actually likable. I'm really going to miss the romantic, ex-dominant, control freak, Christian Grey.

I truly feel that the book and the trilogy end in a good place. I don't want to spoil it for you, but it ended happily. Fifty Shades is finally freed. I'm really going to miss Christian and Ana, and all of their bantering between each other!
Follow-up commentary
Overall a good trilogy. It may not be everyone's cup of tea, but I really liked it. After reading all three books, I'm really looking forward to how this turns out on film.
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  • libbyv
    thank you, i've been wanting to read this series
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    Thanks so much for this review!
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