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Lottie's Pick of the Week: Fifty Shades



Fifty Shades of Grey is a passionate piece of literature first released in 2011. The storyline has obvious parallels to the Twilight Saga with a uniqueness that sets it apart from other types of romances. Anastasia Steele is volunteered to interview the enigmatic and powerful Christian Grey for her campus magazine. Her roommate was supposed to interview him but was too ill. Ana finds Grey sexy and interesting to the point of bumbling through the interview. I had found that Fifty Shades of Grey, along with its sequels Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Free, is not much different than simple romances. However, the explicit sex scenes clearly place them in the genre of erotica. There are several displays of BDSM (dominance/submission, sadism/masochism) that tend to intrigue even the most conservative of women, thus spanning through the many age groups. The main fan-base, however is the women of the 30+ range. Fifty Shades has become viral. The writing is anything but extraordinary, but the sexual anticipation (and participation) definitely fills needs most of us don't realize we have. Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed continues in the relationship between Ana Steele and Christian Grey. Expect more of the sexual domination, the searing love making and the imaginative erotica that has created the Fifty Shades phenomenon.

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