Christian and Ana in Fifity Shades of Grey
by Amber Maccione
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The Misconception of Fifty Shades
Like most people who hadn't read the book but saw all the media attention to it, I thought it was just a sex book. In my hometown, they had the book removed from libraries until there was enough protest about violating people's freedom to read that book. It was eventually put back on the shelves.
One day, my mother-in-law came home with the first book in the series - Fifty Shades of Grey. I was very intrigued. I ended up picking up the book and reading it within three days. Yes, the book is filled with lots of sex, but that is not the main focus of the book. The main focus is the relationship between Christian and Ana - how they met and came about being in a relationship. That is just the first book. The second book in the series is about how Christian and Ana fell in love followed by the third book that follows their married life.
As I read the books, they were quite juicy. The sex was quite vivid through the descriptions given. But what drew me in was the innocence of Ana and the mystery behind Christian. I began to think why I liked these characters so much and why I was so drawn into them. Then it hit me: this is what a woman longs for in a relationship - protection from harm that her lover provides for her; intimacy through honesty, vulnerability, and passionate pleasure; and a sense that she is needed and loved. That is why women are drawn to this series.
Most men have written these books off because they are under the impression that yet another sex fantasy book has arrived to fill women's heads up with unrealistic crap. But the reason, men, that these books are much more popular is because they aren't filled with crap like we see in soap operas. Rather they are filled with heart.
So I dare you men to read these books and see how you can become a Christian Grey in your own lover's eyes - by protecting her, loving her, and allowing her to be your right hand man.
Fifty Shades: The Trilogy by E. L. James
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