50 Shades Freed Review

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Bbbrrruuuhhhh anybody catch the irony that Ana thinks she’s so bland yet guys are trying to kill her now husband because she disses them!? #ohtheirony
So the lovers are off, floating high that Christian hadn’t died in recent events, has made an honest woman out of Anastasia and are on like a month long honeymoon around the world. How lucky? Yes. C money don beefed up security cuz he knows something amiss. Unlike the previous books the final of the trilogy takes on more of a mystery feel than a romance novel. I like it. There is action and sorrow but great happiness. We finally delve into the layers of Christian as he deads the ghosts of his past once and for all. I love that the sex has toned down and that the story is now the actual story (newsflash: sex is not an actual plot). I loved the ending. Christian is a reflection of us all; truly jacked up in some way. We are all fifty shades of something. You decide what though. They lived happily ever after and got everything both of them ever dreamed of: Christian finally forgave himself and accepted the love and Ana got true love and a family. Truly 4/5 stars. This will do well in theaters. I’m actually salty because underneath it all is really a beautiful love story. Ana really did teach that man how to love and how to accept himself. She didn’t change herself for him. They both opened to each other. There’s something to be said about that. Be careful dear readers, lest you be ensnared like me. I really thought it’d be bad but apart from wordiness and unnecessary sex scenes it has a plot! EL better prepare his academy speech.

I am glad I am finished. The measure of a good author is the ability to make you persevere to the end. No matter the reasoning you gotta love a page turner and this was it, despite it’s serious lack of legitimate facts and conversation. What are your thoughts? Did you enjoy? Are you glad it’s over. Tell me all below.
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