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    50 Shades of Grey
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    Luvopenminds posted:
    Yes there is a lot of sex, but looking beyond that, I believe that the book is well written. I truly love the character development and pyschology of the characters as well as the evolution of the plot. I will begin reading reading the 2nd book shortly, which I have heard is better than the first. I will find out for myself.
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    Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:
    I have to say, I read the three books in April, and I just loved them. I couldn't put them down, and yes for me each book was better and better.

    What else have you read that you have enjoyed? I need a good read for the summer.

    Have you completed the second book?
    Chrissy~

    Life is too short, so kiss slowly, laugh insanely, love truly and forgive quickly.
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