THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING FIFTY SHADES Trilogy
"In a class by itself."
Channing Kinkaid itches for a wild western adventure with an untamed man. Enter Colby McKaybull rider, saddle bronc buster and calf roper. He knows hes found a woman whos up to the challenge of cutting loose. Intrigued by Channings bold proposition ...
Christine Feehan’s dynamic fusion of steamy romance, riveting suspense, and paranormal phenomena has made her books mainstays of the New York Times best-seller list. In Conspiracy Game, fiery passion erupts between GhostWalker Jack Norton a...
Three twenty-something women, one hot rich guy, two mega movie stars, and a devastating murder: Poor Little Bitch Girl has it all. Denver Jones is a hotshot twenty-something attorney working in L.A. Carolyn Henderson is personal assistant to a power...
New York Times best-selling author Christine Feehan pens paranormal romances that get her fans' hearts racing. In Dangerous Tides, Dr. Libby Drake uses her incredible healing powers to help mend the emotionally scarred Ty Derrick. But their burgeoni...
Publishers Weekly calls the Dark Carpathian novels a "sex- and magic-filled treat." Dark Destiny and the dozen other books in this New York Times best-selling series sizzle with superhuman passions and paranormal powers. With Dark Demon, the realm o...
Erika Mitchell, an English author, is most famous for writing the bestselling erotica romance novels, Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker, and Fifty Shades Freed, and Fifty Shades of Grey as Told by Christian. After record selling sales, the novels were adapted into film.
James college education was studying history at the University of Kent. Her first job was being a studio manager's assistant at the National Film and Television School in England. She married a screenwriter in 1987, and they have two teenage sons with their home in Ealing.
In 2013, her writing the Fifty Shades trilogy garnered her a place on Forbes' list of the highest earning authors. The high income she made from her books and movies allowed her to contribute to the UK children's charity, the Thomas Coram Foundation for Children. She designed her own signed card that was auctioned on eBay to benefit the Charity in May of 2014.
To appreciate this book you have to read the first two. Basically, in my opinion, this whole trilogy is about an emotional cripple and the woman who helps him heal and learn to live. Throughout the whole trilogy there is a lot of sex. Initially, it is really dom and sub stuff. But as time gos on they find a balance that works for them. But, if you can look past the sex at the characters, Christian, in the beginning is so emotionally crippled. He doesnt really love anyone, not even himself. He doesnt feel he is worthy of love, a real life or a family of his own. Ana teaches him and heals him. She makes him look at himself and not see the little boy who was abused and who felt unworthy of love. She completes him. I personally found the story very moving. It is an awakening of one mans emotions and you witness him struggling with his demons to become a good husband and father. I really didnt think I was going to like this trilogy when I was reading the first book. But a friend talked me into reading the second and I was ready for the third. The trilogy is outstanding!
I think I have had about enough of sex, fight, make up sex, fight some more, do something really stupid, fight, etc etc.. I am so glad this series is done!!