9 books you should read if you loved the Fifty Shades of Grey franchiseI mean… come on… What the heck can live up to Fifty?? Gray on your page and my curiosity has gotten the best of me. Now however I am having withdrawal symptoms and after reading them all again…considering reading them all a third time, I decided I need a new obsession. BUT…I cannot find anything! And that is why I am emailing you in my hour of need, what do you recommend I read to recover from Christian Grey? We really need it!
9 books you should read if you loved the Fifty Shades of Grey franchise
Or you can add cgossfire to you ibooks with the epub format. In fact, fate has been a downright bitch. His life changes once she enters it, and the journey to self-discovery that they are both forced to travel or more like a roller coaster ride absolutely gave me THAT feeling. I needed money!
I read Fifty Shades of Grey several months ago and I agree that the trilogy has set the bar for all other reading. This will be a serious work in progress. Eden Bradley Goodreads Author. I have read all of the fifty shades books and bred to you i need another likf to read loved bared to you but was diappointed the way it ended i felt i needed more is there going to be more 50 shade books really needing it feeling seriew without my Mr grey and Anna!
1“The Steele Stories” (Stark International Trilogy) by J.
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Linde are funny and really good for this category though I dont think it goes with the 50 shades thing but I recommend it. You should also add Meredith Wild's Hacker series. It's really good too. I couldn't put the books down. Thank you so much!! This is a terrific list! I'd also recommend the Addicted series especially about Conner and Rose by Krista Ritchie, The edge of never by jessica redmerski, and the coincidence series especially about Luke and Violet by Jessica Sorenson, the butterfly collector and other books by Kimberly Steele, and the submissive series by Sylvia Day.