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50 Shades Darker??

Discussion in 'Personal' started by RKM, Jul 6, 2012.

  1. RKM

    RKM

    I didnt want to read the 1st one, but I downloaded the sample pages of the 1st book, and I end up downloading the whole book and read it within 5 days.
    Again I downloaded the sample of the 2nd book. I haven't downloaded the whole book yet. However I am curious. The last page of the sample ends with Christian giving Ana an I-Pad with a handwritten note. Can anyone tell me what was written on the note??
    I havent downloaded the whole of the 2nd book yet. The 1st book was rather racey!!!
     
  2. RKM

    RKM

    I didnt want to read the 1st one, but I downloaded the sample pages of the 1st book, and I end up downloading the whole book and read it within 5 days.
    Again I downloaded the sample of the 2nd book. I haven't downloaded the whole book yet. However I am curious. The last page of the sample ends with Christian giving Ana an I-Pad with a handwritten note. Can anyone tell me what was written on the note??
    I havent downloaded the whole of the 2nd book yet. The 1st book was rather racey!!!
     
  3. Anastasia- this is for you.
    I know what you want to hear.
    The music on here says it for me.
    Christian.
     
  4. RKM

    RKM

    Thats it??
    Thanks Alliandra

     
  5. Afraid so. The iPad is pretty loaded though.
     
  6. RKM

    RKM

    Hmmmmmmmmmmm!! So its worth a read?

     
  7. I thought this thread was about the antidote to Grecian 2000.
     
  8. If you enjoyed the first one, then yes. Obviously, not the best-written, or most... realistic plot, etc, but an enjoyable bit of fluff. And it's so cheap on Kindle at the moment!
     
  9. Bethannie

    Bethannie New commenter

    Not really.
    There is much better written and much racier material available elsewhere ....and plenty online that is free to read (as 50 Shades was in its original form!)
     
  10. lardylegs

    lardylegs Occasional commenter

    No, it's not worth the paper it's written on. I am gobsmacked by the number of women who never, ever seem to have read a dirty book before. 50 Shades is very, very, mild mummyporn. It is not well-written, it is hardly even erotic. Google 'Erotic Fiction for Women' and you will find a far, FAR more enlightening range of options.
     
  11. And I thought it was about the dangers of self-tanning lotion.
     

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