Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Book Review : Fifty Shades Freed by E.L.James

Book Review : Fifty Shades Freed 

by E.L.James



Plot:

As we return back to the last & best of Grey series we find everything at its peak.
E.L James has created this last book with more magic & less kin!
The book starts with a jolt when Christian wakes up from his nightmare about his past where his mother lies cold and dead on floor.
Ana and Christian get married and go on honeymoon in Europe.
Christian's purchase of SIP goes through, and he tells Ana that he wants her to eventually run the business.
When Christian is out of town on a business trip, Ana sneaks out to have drinks with Kate. Jack attempts to break into Escala with the intention of kidnapping and assaulting Ana. The security team catches Jack and has him arrested, but Christian is furious with Ana for not staying home when she was told. Ana tells that Christian is too overprotective and controlling, but she tries to understand why he feels the need to protect her.
Christian surprises Ana by inviting Kate, Elliot, Mia, and Ethan to all go on vacation in Aspen, Colorado. Elliot proposes to Kate at a restaurant in front of all their friends.
Ray is badly injured in a car accident with a drunk driver, but manages to make a full recovery. Ana learns that she is pregnant because her birth control shot ran out early and she missed four appointments with Dr. Greene. When she tells Christian, he walks out on her. He tries to find Dr. Flynn, but instead finds himself at Elena's salon. He later comes home drunk and while Ana is trying to get him in bed, she sees a text from Elena. Ana worries that their marriage is on the rocks.



Jack is bailed out of prison by an unknown party (later revealed to be Elena's ex-husband, Mr. Lincoln). Jack and his accomplice (revealed to be Elizabeth Morgan) drug and kidnap Mia and hold her for a $5 million dollar ransom. Ana is able to outwit Jack and manages to save Mia's life, but is hurt in the process. Later, Ana discovers that Jack wanted revenge against Christian for destroying his life and taking SIP away from him. Elizabeth eventually feels guilty for her part and willingly testifies against Jack to the police.
At the hospital, Christian is upset with Ana for endangering both her and their baby's life, but apologizes for walking out on her. Most of Ana's family and friends are upset with her for being reckless -- except for Mia, who is actually grateful for being rescued. Christian finally opens up to Ana about his childhood in Detroit and his relationship with Elena. With Christian finally opening up to her, Ana's worries are put to rest.
In the Epilogue, Anastasia and Christian have a son Theodore and are expecting their second child, a daughter they name Phoebe. Kate and Elliot marry and have a daughter named Ava.
After the book ends with a happy ending there is some bonus material about their life afterwards. Ana gives birth to a baby boy whom they name after Grace’s father Theodore, and is expecting again with a baby girl.
The story has ended well but still with some space for yet another sequel!

Review:


“I want your world to begin and end with me.”




Outstanding and complete! Not a slight detail left unattended. What an splendid end to what an awesome series!
The turn of events and the unfolding Grey wraps up readers in to a mystified fog, intoxicating and addictive.
This last book of trilogy is also the best one as it is unputdownable right from the start!
If you are able to save yourself from kinky Christian after two books, the good and irresistibly hot Christian is waiting in this one!
All the secrets are revealed smoothly.

“Life is never going to be boring with Christian, and I’m in this for the long haul. I love this man: my husband, my lover, father of my child, my sometimes Dominant……my Fifty Shades.” 

I would rate this outstanding climax of one of my favorite series, a little over the top, with:
****1/2
Review by Kelly Cutrone


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