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Finn wrote:... the 'over-hyped' scenes of unrealistic sexual waffle..
...... Might I point out that just because some peoples sexual experience Isnt as... Shall we say 'graphic'?.... As this poorly written book, that doesn't mean its 'unrealistic' in other, especially D/s, relationships. Especially considering this book is about a D/s relationship and NOT about what is considered as normal relationships.. what's normal in ones mind and life is extremely different than what is normal in another's. We see it as wrong and unrealistic, true. D/s see it as their view of the norm. It's a very badly written look into their world.
kara_pifer wrote:I personal enjoy they shades of grey trilogy. Yes it is erotic but not how some people made it out to be. Lots of people think its about whips and chains but there's only like may two parts where he actually uses his "red room of pain" as Ana called it. And if your not in to the whole erotica thing, do what I did, once the sex parts get repetitive just skim through that part because the whole story line of the book is amazing. The trials that they go through as a couple and love that have for each other is breath taking,you always wanna know what's gonna happen next. I recommend seriously everybody needs to read this trilogy, and again if u don't like sex scenes just skim through them, I mean read at least all the ones in the first book there really not that bad but after the first book skim through those parts and just enjoy the story it really is beautiful.
Somehow I don't think so!
So you think I should spend my hard earned EUR on three books large sections of which I would then skim over ... now, please why would I want to do that?
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