Fifty Shades Of Grey Novel Told By… | Morally Unpleasant!

One of the most immoral novels to date. It is amazing how such literature is undenably popular. One of the best-selling books of all time had to be a novel about a woman subjecting herself to the degrading and immporal pleasure of a man. I agree than every woman should care for and love her Husband… But keyword there is “HUSBAND” these two are not married and thankfully so because then a divorce would be in order. Below is a partial summary of Fifty Shades of Grey.

Christian later takes Ana out to eat, and he tells her that he lost his virginity at fifteen to one of his mother friends (Whatt!!!!!) and that his previous dominant/submissive connections fell short as a result of incompatibility. They plan to meet again and Christian takes Ana to his home, where she finds numerous task deals and admits to Kate that she and Christian have made love.

She and Christian email each other, with Ana teasing him but still rejecting to honor parts of the agreement, such as only eating meals from a specific listing

The stress between Ana and Christian eventually caps after Ana asks Christian to punish her in order to reveal to her just how severe a BDSM relationship with him can be. Christian concedes to Ana’s demand, beating her with a belt, simply for Ana to realize that both of them are incompatible. Devastated, Ana leaves Christian and go back to the home she shows Kate.

This was taken from Reading Sanctuary. Full read from: Fifty Shades Of Grey As Told By Christian PDF

The previous fifty shades of grey book well all the books except the one above are told by Anastasia.

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