Fifty Shades Freed is a good ending to this really bad trilogy. Ana and Christian are finally married and starting their life together. But they still have a lot of the same issues to work out. In this book Ana’s old boss Jack has a vendetta against the family and starts coming after Christian and the Greys. Because of course a romance novel has to have an element of psycho danger in it to be complete. Why not!?!?
I have to say that I read these books all together and that is probably how they should go. They are one long story broken into three parts. I wish the story was better written; it really could have used a lot of work. And for a series that is supposed to explore BDSM it holds back a lot. I have read other books that are a lot more explicit and/or adventurous sexually than this series (Laurell Hamilton has orgies and weird crazy sex in her books for instance). I understand where the nervousness about these books comes from…there is a lot of sex in them, but I don’t really think there is anything that shocking or perverse. I think there are a lot of books out there that push the limits much further than this series does. I think because these are advertised as BDSM books there is a lot more hoopla surrounding them then they really deserve. For me they were a “meh” story with horrible characters. I probably would never have picked them up without all the hype.