Fifty Shades of Bared to You

I have been reading books lately. I know this might not be the kind of books that most of you like, or these are the kind of books where you judge me on being a pervert, but I love Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy and I kind of sort of like the Crossfire trilogy by Sylvia Day as well.

I have read the Fifty Shades trilogy, and I am completely in love with it, and I literally finished the trilogy in 2 weeks, because I just couldn't get enough of it, and I want it to know what happens next, and well....because I have nothing to do since it was still the start of the new semester and I had no assignments yet. I love how E.L James describes and portrays the sensual and how she emphasises the characters. It's just a very lovely book.

I hate it when people just straight away think that it's an erotic book. It is, but you better read it first before you actually judge what the book is trying to tell you. It is actually a life changing book for me, because it gives me faith that anyone can change out of love, and gives a meaning to the word "making love" instead of sex or fucking. Because the two characters are portraying that they are in love.

I sure hope our generations would read it and understand that sexual intercourse are not just about loosing your virginity to a quarterback, or even to the most popular kids they knew. It's an intimate thing, it is something that people should wait for and is worth waiting for. I know, I haven't experience it myself, but I just think it is something to wait out for. I know it's cliche, but I think it's true.

The Crossfire trilogy I have to say is another book, that I can't stop comparing to the Fifty Shades trilogy, maybe it's because I find it a little too aggressive and boring for me, but maybe because I am still in the middle of the Bared to You book. I will definitely give it a try to read the rest of it and wouldn't stop judging how it sometimes copies the Fifty Shades trilogy.

Well, that's all for today, hopefully, someone would read this and understands what I am trying to say, although it seems cliche, but I am telling you the right and the truth. 

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