In this second book of the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy, Fifty Shades Darker, is in fact darker and deeper into the mind of Christian Grey as he tries to get Anastasia (Ana) back. (She broke it off at the end of Shades of Grey to work at a publishing house.) Christain learns to become more sensitive to Ana's feelings and they are working on their problems. Ana's boss tries to blackmail her and Christian buys the company and fires him. Ana not so willingly becomes the boss with Christians help and runs the show there.
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Things seem to be looking up until an ex subdominant starts stalking Ana and tries to hurt her. In the beginning of this book Ana really struggles with herself and ex "subs". She is not a sub but is jealous of the ex subs. In the end she realizes that these subs have mental illnesses and then she pities them.
Christian a starting to learn to love Ana and not treat her like a sub and Ana explores her sexuality with Christian in his red room of pain. The readers find out that it is Jack Hyde, Ana's boss who is out to get Christian.
Best part of story, including ending:
I liked it because it kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time while reading.
Best scene in story:
My favorite scene is when Leila and Ana have thier confrontation inside Ana's apartment. It shows the dynamic of how messed up Christian and his ex subs are.
Opinion about the main character:
I liked that Christian falls in love with Ana and is trying not to treat her like a sub. I like that Ana is still learning to become her own person as well as put Christian in his place.