Reading Fifty Shades of Grey
When I heard that this book was coming out, I had to see what was really making this book popular. I happen to work at the library and so we always get people who want to know what books can be about. So I put it upon myself to take the time to read this book and see what it was that made it so popular.
This book started off in an interesting way, it kept me wanting to read more. Of course, if you like to read romance books this may catch your attention. The first few chapters are pretty good and in describing the relationship that gets started. Then as you keep on reading the book, it can get a bit steamy. Not alot of people like to read this book because there are times when it can be bit hard on how they think it is written.
Anastasia Steele decides to help her friend by going to an interview with the handsome Christian Grey. However she doesn't know how he looks, so she is expecting him to be older. When she gets to the building to do the interview, she realizes that Christian Grey is younger than she expected him to be. After the interview, she can't seem to forget him. For some reason Christian seems to be at the right place, at the right time. Christian isn't the type to get into a relationship, but things start to change the more he keeps thinking about Anastasia. So he decides to want to try what he usually does with the other women that he has been with. At one point he makes a contract on how they will do things together. She is to sign it and he would have his way with her. But Anastasia wants more and so she is willing to try to convince Christian that they could get more.
I know that this is only a small summary, but I know that not a lot of people have read this book. This book is worth reading if you don't focus on the steamy parts so much. The book isn't as bad as they make it seem but it can really keep a readers attention.