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Shelved After 8.12%
Reviewed in the United States on September 16, 2018
8.12% into the book: It's not hard to see Christian Grey is a geeky sort of guy, brilliant, business savvy, young billionaire, stunningly handsome, social, with ever so dark a side but Ana unravels him. He's had 15 women in his high-end S&M leather room but he's not woman savvy, he couldn't detect Ana was a virgin telling me women use and have used him, he's rich, so gold diggers would gather, those who think sex is the key give his brand of kink a try though I think money is still the moral of that story telling me more in that he is an innocent not the worldly womanizer. Enter Ana, a bone-head giving naive a whole new meaning. After incredible sex, passion beyond passion, intimacy like nobody's business, she can't talk to him without being self conscious? Each encounter is new? Seriously? interestingly enough it's evident intimacy doesn't live here, it's not personal it's business though Ana has him doing things he said he wouldn't like make love, but she's so self conscious with him, embarrassed, uncertain, after the first night that bond that should've been there ain't. There are secrets most likely, but I'd rather Gabriel Oak and Bathsheba's Madding Crowd. I began skimming through sex parts, his erection, her orgasm, kinky things we say in the heat of and made a decision. I'm putting Shades of Grey on the shelf. Maybe some other time or not and we don't need to have Paris. I got to page 151 of 1859: It occurred to me if I skimmed through all the sex parts to pick out the story, I'd probably be done with Book 1 in 30 minutes.
It's ok - I have no qualms with leaving it on the shelf.
September 15, 2018 – Started Reading
September 15, 2018 – Shelved