By ScaryGal
335 days ago

Darker By E L James- Review

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Darker is the sequel book to Grey by E L James. It's fifty shades darker written from the point of view of Christian Grey. I started this book only ten days ago and haven't been able to put it down since. I've been in love with every single word and chapter within it. It's great being able to see more of Ana and Christian's relationship and how he actually feels. We get to see the moment he finally realises he loves her and the moment he realises his family members care for him.

Whilst reading this book I started to feel love for a character that doesn't get a lot of the limelight and that is Taylor, Mr. Grey's driver and close friend as it would seem. We get to see a lot about him that we don't in the first books, we learn about his home life and about things he likes personally.
The characters all felt real except from Christain, I feel like a guy that perfect does not exist anywhere in this universe, they only seem to exist in books and movies. The story kept me turning and turning page after page. I couldn't seem to put it down! Within the first four days of reading it I had already gotten through more than a half of the book. Darker gives us a lot of scenes! There is plenty of drama and mysterious scenes that keep you guessing throughout the whole entire book.

I found it so easy to fall in love with each character, especially Mr Grey, you see this huge vulnerable side to him you never see in the other books which makes you connect to him more, you slowly see him become into this better man and opening up more to his family and girlfriend.
I would recommend this book to some of the older readers as this is a smut book based on smut. But there are plenty of loving moments throughout all of the books which is the main reason I continue to read them because I am a sucker for their love story!!!

~ Leigh
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Smokey2017 I could never get into fifty shades
Give me parent trap
Father of the bride
Mrs doubtfire
Jungle book
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ScaryGal @Smokey2017 I don't think they're books! Well except the jungle book! But I would love for them to be! I'd love to read Parent trap as a book I feel like it would be quite amazing
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Smokey2017 Parent trap I can watch over and over again plus father of the bride one and two
New doubtfire is so funny too
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ScaryGal @Smokey2017 I don't think I've ever watched father of the bride, I'll have to look into it! :D
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Smokey2017 Steve Martin is so funny it is one my fav films
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soncee Nice
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fortune Sounds like a great book
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NyishaHv Great article. I've seen the movies 50 shades of grey and the sequel. Never read the book before but sounds great.
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Melsdename Great article
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HazySue It sounds like a book well worth reading. I can't wait to start it. I love it when they really get into the lives of all the characters.
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