Carla Hurst-Chandler wrote:Face it Din...we were Fifty Shades before 50 shades was cool...lol...
I just finished it. Don't waste your time. It's not even erotic. I've been had!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Guys and gals if you want
to get your freak on, come to LV and I'll introduce you to women(some of them cabdrivers) so nasty chlorex
wont save you. I gotta say though, "E. L. James" has done something remarkable. She has written a book which
has made her millions, about a subject(kink, for lack of a better term) which she knows absolutely nothing about.
I also read 50 before the hype but after became book. It was a easy NO thinking read but so funny as a erotica. Although it highlights a life alot of people don't consider I didn't find it erotic but funny and annoying I found I wanted to read all of them even when rolling my eye's at the constant gasping and other repeated phrases. I found it more like a soapy you find ridiculous but enjoy anyway. I did pass it on to my mum recently, who really only reads a book to be in the hype, but haven't heard her review yet.
-- 18 Jul 2012, 15:30 --
I've been reading alot of free ebooks off amazon lately, can't decide/find what book I want to read next, I do lie seeing someones thoughts, mind or imagination written down without professional editing. Even when poorly written. Some I've found pretty good stories.