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Book II: Fifty Shades Darker

Updated on July 10, 2012

I know that this books trilogy isn't too popular among many readers but since I work at the library, there are always people who like to know what books are worth reading. So I decided to read the whole trilogy just in case someone asked if I would recommend this book.

Fifty Shades Darker is kind of the climax of the book because it is at this point that Anastasia Steele, realizes she wants something more from Christian Grey, not just what he wants. She is in love with him and if he won't realize that she wants more she is willing to break up with him. She breaks up with him at the end of Fifty Shades of Grey, however in this second book in the beginning days are dragging for Anastasia because she really can't forget Christian and she is really in love with him, the same goes with Christian, he isn't the same without Anastasia and he is finally realizing it. So he sees her again and comes up with something new so that way Anastasia can give him another chance. He realizes that Anastasia has changed the way he used to think.

There is a past that Christian has and somehow him and Anastasia have to find a way to get through it so they can make their relationship work. This makes their relationship worth fighting for and if they can get past this then they are able just go on with life and the love that they feel for each other.

This second book is good because you can see that it isn't a perfect relationship that they have because they have some obstacles that they have to go through to be able to learn to love and trust each other. But if you are reading this series and so far it catches your eye, the second book will be good to read as their relationship continues.


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      Priscilla 5 years ago from El Paso

      Very true, get past the sex and the story is good. I hope that you keep reading until the last book.

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      lilmama4273 5 years ago

      I am reading the first one right now. I am enjoying the book. Yes, it is very sexually, but as we know it is meant to be fantasy. Although if you get past all the sex then you can see the plot and the relationship of the story is good. I would recommend it myself. Basically it is the story of a woman wanting to fix the broken man even though on the outside he is anything but.


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