A User's Guide for Fifty Shades of Grey: Hot Tips for Couples to Spice Things Up

A User's Guide for Fifty Shades of Grey: Hot Tips for Couples to Spice Things Up

by Jennifer Ryan
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A User's Guide for Fifty Shades of Grey: Hot Tips for Couples to Spice Things Up 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Sporky More than 1 year ago
I found this book to be quite insightful. I'm not sure what the people that gave it a 1-star review are thinking. One admitted that they didn't even read this book. The other obviously is confused and read the sample, and didn't buy the complete book. I think there are a lot of misconceptions (as evidenced by one reviewer) about the Fifty Shades trilogy, which this book discusses. Do you find yourself perplexed at the popularity of this series among women? This books explains exactly why it appeals to women, and how to use that knowledge to improve our relationships, and our sex lives. I found the analysis spot on. Great book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you're looking for a sexual "how-to", this is not the book for you. Instead, this book gives insight into why the books are so popular with women and gives real examples of how men and women can create true intimacy in their relationships. I love that it has helpful tips for men as well as women - and they are easy to incorporate into everyday life. If you're wanting to reconnect with your partner in the bedroom, this is a great, easy read with lots of ideas that will bring a spark back into your relationship.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
At first i thought it was to much sex, but by the second book i was totally hooked i read all three books in less than two weeks. and started reading them again. they are an easy read and addicting. Good job E L James. hope to read more of this in the future.
Lagal More than 1 year ago
I am a senior citizen and I enjoyed all three books because it showed how one person can help and bring the one she loves into the light. To show that we all spend our adult lives getting over our adolesence in one way or another. Our parents are not perfect and we don't come into this world with a set of ways to raise our young. Hit or miss we do screw up at times. Bringing someone out of the dark into the light is lifes joy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The same thing happened to me. Only goes to page 11. I would like a refund.
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Not just a love story but has mystery, suspense and lots of sex. Wonderful book and hated when I finished all of them. Cannot wait until the fourth one comes out!!! Hope the author continues after the fourth one!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow it works so good love it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great writing!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just bought this and it only goes up to page 11. Saying zend of sample. Help.?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Having suffered through the GOD-AWFUL first book in the Twilight fan-fic turned novel Fifty-shades of grey, I found myself in the position of being extremely annoyed by Ana's idiocy and turned OFF by Christian's abusive controlling ways.....having read books with BOTH erotic, graphic, sometimes BDSM relationships, as well as an ACTUAL well written plot, I KNEW it wasn't because I was a prude....LKH anyone? But KNOWING ANYTHING about BDSM I also knew that a birgin would be OFF limits, and any suggestion that if one is into BDSM it equates to abuse as a child is insulting, nor is it the ONLY way to have sex or conduct their entire life around a SEXUAL preference.....it is PART of their SEX lives it does NOT engulf one's entire life...and to WANT someone to tell you when, what, where how to do EVERYTHING is not love, it is ownership, control, and disgusting.....women fought to stop being considered their husband's property, and now women are reading some woman's fantasy that turns a very young, inexperienced woman into nothing more than a sex toy for a creepy perv.....anyone who thinks this is a love story needs to redefine their definition of love...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You know what? I haven't read this book. But given that 50 Shades of Grey depicts an abusive, unhealthy relationship that has absolutely no relationship to real BDSM, I really don't want to. If you'd like to learn about what BDSM actually is, I've attached a recommendation. But this book? Skip it.