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Editorial Reviews. Review. THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING FIFTY SHADES Trilogy Fifty Shades Darker: Book Two of the Fifty Shades Trilogy ( Fifty Shades of Grey Series) - Kindle edition by E L James. Download it once and read it. Editorial Reviews. Review. THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING FIFTY SHADES Trilogy and caption commentary from the making of the film—and an excerpt from her forthcoming book, Fifty Shades Darker, As Told by Christian Grey. Fifty Shades is a series of erotic novels by E. L. James, initially a trilogy consisting of Fifty Shades of Grey (), Fifty Shades Darker and Since then I have written my two fics and plan on doing at least one more. After that . Instead, she wrote, the books are notable not for transgressive sex but for how women are using.

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Fifty Shades Darker is a erotic romance novel by British author E. L. James. It is the second installment in the Fifty Shades trilogy that traces the The first and third volumes, Fifty Shades of Grey and Fifty Shades Freed, were published in and , The novel is published by Vintage Books and reached No. Fifty Shades Darker: Book 2 of the Fifty Shades trilogy But while Grey wrestles with his inner demons, Ana must make the most important decision of her life. The Mister,” which will follow two new characters in an erotic love story, E. L. James, whose best-selling “Fifty Shades” trilogy was spun off into Vintage Books, an imprint of the publisher Penguin Random House, announced on Thursday. Ms. James squeezed nearly all she could out of Christian Grey.

Once again, both Ana and Christian had their faults and certainly weren't totally likeable characters. Like many others, I do find Ana to be quite pathetic at points, her actions sometimes childish. To be honest, I can live with her though - she may be a pushover, but I'd imagine that a lot of people in her situation would react the same way.

Christian is He's still charming, mysterious, seductive and attractive despite his sometimes scary attitude. He doesn't seem to be as controlled by his 'sadist' feelings, but they are clearly still there. I thought it was good to see him work through his psychological problems - it was nice to actually have more of a focus in this book rather than just all of the sex scenes. Of course there was plenty of steamy sex scenes again and more visits to Christian's playroom.

I am giving this two and a half stars because that's simply what I feel that it deserves overall. The writing is certainly not great and I'm not a fan of the whiny main character.

Despite that, it has still managed to get me hooked. Some people will be charmed by Christian and some will find him simply abusive.

Some people will find reading about a BDSM relationship uncomfortable. Like all books, some people will like it and some people just won't. I have mixed feelings yet I still want to read more After reading the first one and how that one ended I pretty much started this one straight away. Without spoiling too much, Ana broke up with Christian it says it on the back of this book so no real shocker and has a few days sulking about it, after all it was her first relationship so can't really blame the girl, but I kind of did.

She was told to use the "safe words" but doesn't and basically freaks out, hence the break up.

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So yeah pretty much blamed her for it. But guess what, they get back together no real shock there considering this is book two of three and it goes on pretty well. You get to find out more of Christian, esp in the prologue, and their "relationship" progresses. However I really started to like this one more than the first as you get to know more on Christian's family and there is a good plot from the middle to the end.

I really did enjoy this second one more than the first, the first is basically for me just about the sex, but I think with this book is probably the main story. Also I burst out laughing during one moment cause found it quiet funny. I think of the first being a very long prologue and this one being the story.

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I think it's worth a read. But if you're not too sure, I'd suggest borrowing it off of someone who has it than buying it first. I gave it two stars and said that I might read the others, just to see if the fuss over this trilogy becomes justified. Eventually, I did decide to give the second book a go. Mostly the negative aspects! I always hated ho Bella fell apart in "New Moon" when she was separated from Edward.

It annoyed me that she needed her manly-man in order to feel whole. He was domineering and chauvinistic and an all-round pain in the butt! With Christian Grey, James took these annoyances and exacerbated them. I can't understand why women all over the world are swooning over this complete ass-hat of a man.

I can't help but feel like it laughs in the face of strong, independent women everywhere.

I'm not the only one who thinks that these books glorify emotional abuse. This was one of the anonymous comments I received on my review of Fifty Shades of Grey: I think it shows just how disturbing these books can be if you a: While I didn't mind Ana in the first book, in this one she really got under my skin.

Her worst moment involved her being naive and stupid where her boss was concerned. I just lost a lot of respect for her after one too many daft moments. This was a book which seemed to get confused along the way. James began to blur the sterile lust of the first book, with more saccharine attempts at romance in this latest instalment. At the very end of the book, an attempt at establishing some conflict was made, but it was a tad weak.

Too weak for me to bother buying the third book So, for "Fifty Shades Darker", I'm awarding two stars yet again. Some things were better, some were worse, so I feel that I don;t need to reduce or increase the star count I gave "Fifty Shades of Grey".

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However, he eventually makes it back to Escala safely, explaining that both the helicopter's engines failed; sabotage is suspected.

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Ana realizes she never wants to be without him and accepts his marriage proposal. The next day, the Grey family throws Christian a large birthday party at their mansion. After Christian and Ana announce their engagement, Elena angrily confronts Ana, accusing her of being a gold-digger and claiming that a vanilla relationship will never satisfy Christian. Enraged, Ana throws her drink at Elena and tells her to mind her own business.

As they fight, Christian comes in and confronts Elena.

He reminds her that while she taught him how to take control of his own life, Elena never once taught him to love like Ana did. Christian's adoptive mother, Grace, overhears the argument and is furious that Elena preyed on her teenage son.

After slapping her across the face, Grace rails on Elena for her actions and orders her out of her family's life for good. She leaves in disgrace and Grace confronts Christian about it. After telling Grace the whole story, he decides to end his business relationship with Elena and give back the salon to her. Christian takes Ana to the boathouse, which has been decorated with flowers and soft lights.

He proposes properly with a ring and Ana accepts. Outside the Greys' mansion, Jack Hyde secretly watches the party; he is the one who sabotaged Christian's helicopter and he has sworn revenge.

Fifty Shades Darker : Book 2 of the Fifty Shades trilogy

Jason Taylor: Christian's bodyguard and the head of Christian's security team. Luke Sawyer: Bodyguard in charge of Ana's protection. Elena Lincoln: Christian's longtime friend and business partner. She is described as a tall, elegant, sexy, regal platinum blonde and appears to be in her late 30s or early 40s.

She is one of the main antagonists aside Jack Hyde. Elliot Grey: son of Carrick Grey and Dr. Katherine "Kate" Kavanagh: Ana's best friend and roommate.

In relationship with Elliot Grey. One of the main antagonists aside Elena and becomes the main antagonist in Fifty Shades Freed. Leila Williams: A former submissive of Christian and a minor antagonist. Ray Steele: Ana's stepfather who had been her father. Grace Trevelyan-Grey: Christian's adoptive mother. Carrick Grey: Christian's adoptive father.This is not erotic, fun or stimulating in any way.

A Parody Spank! I am not sure why these books are so popular: Some of the phrases used in this book are seriously cringe-inducing and I found myself grimacing when our main character, Ana, was talking about her 'inner goddess'. Fifty Shades Freed. This is a crime.