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Fifty Shades Darker Book 2 - Daunted by the singular tastes and dark secrets of the beautiful, tormented young entrepreneur Christian Grey, Anastasia Steele. Read "Fifty Shades Trilogy Bundle Fifty Shades of Grey; Fifty Shades Freed" by E L James with Rakuten Kobo. Now available in a single volume, E L James's. the original e.l james fifty shades of grey in PDF. 1 E L James - 03 - Fifty Shades Freed sppn.info
I check my watch again. Why does time move so slowly? I contemplate sending her an e-mail to let her know I'm outside, but as I fumble for my phone, I realize I don't want to take my eyes off the front door. Leaning back, I run through her recent e-mails in my mind. I know them by heart, all of them friendly and concise but without a hint that she's been missing me.
Maybe I am the free ride. I dismiss the thought and stare at the doorway, willing her to appear.
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Anastasia Steele, I'm waiting. The door opens and my heart soars into overdrive but then quickly stutters with disappointment.
It's not her. She has always kept me waiting. A humorless smile tugs at my lips: waiting at Clayton's, at The Heathman after the photo shoot, and again when I sent her the Thomas Hardy books.
Tess,,, I wonder if she still has them.
She wanted to give them back to me; she wanted to give them to a charity. I don't want anything that will remind me of you. The image of Ana leaving surfaces in my mind's eye: her sad, ashen face stricken with hurt and confusion. The memory is unwelcome. I made her that miserable. I took everything too far, too quickly.
And it fills me with a despair that has become all too familiar since she left. Closing my eyes, I try to center myself, but I'm confronted by my deepest, darkest fear: she's met someone else. She's sharing her little white bed and her beautiful body with some fucking stranger. Damn it, Grey. Stay positive. Don't go there. All is not lost.
You'll be seeing her shortly. Your plans are in place. You are going to win her back.
Opening my eyes, I stare at the front door through the window, my mood now as dark as the Audi's tinted glass. More people leave the building, but still no Ana. Taylor is pacing outside and glancing toward the front door. Christ, he looks as nervous as I feel. What the hell is it to him?
My watch says She'll be out in a moment. I take a deep breath and tug at my cuffs, then try to straighten my tie, only to find I'm not wearing one. Raking my hand through my hair, I try to dismiss my doubts, but they continue to plague me.
Am I just a free ride to her? Will she have missed me? Will she want me back? Is there someone else? I have no idea. This is worse than waiting for her in the Marble Bar, and the irony is not lost on me. I thought that was the biggest deal I'd ever negotiate with her and that didn't turn out the way I expected. Nothing turns out as I expect with Miss Anastasia Steele.
Panic knots my stomach once more. Today, I have to negotiate a bigger deal.
I want her back. She said she loved me,,, My heart rate spikes in response to the adrenaline that floods my body. Don't think about that. She can't feel that way about me. Calm down, Grey. I glance once more at the entrance to Seattle Independent Publishing and she's there, walking toward me.
Shock sucks the breath from my body like a kick to the solar plexus. Beneath a black jacket she's wearing one of my favorite dresses, the purple one, and black high-heeled boots. Her hair, burnished by the early-evening sun, sways in the breeze as she moves. But it's not her clothing or her hair that holds my attention. Her face is pale, almost translucent. There are dark circles beneath her eyes, and she's thinner.
Guilt lances through me. She's suffered, too. My concern at her appearance turns to anger. She hasn't been eating. She's lost, what, five or six pounds in the last few days?
She glances at some random guy behind her and he gives her a broad smile. He's a good-looking son of a bitch, full of himself. Their carefree exchange only fuels my rage.
He watches her with blatant male appreciation as she walks toward the car, and my wrath increases with each of her steps. Taylor opens the door and offers her his hand to help her climb inside. And suddenly she is sitting beside me. Her blue eyes peer up at me, stripping me bare and leaving me as raw as they did the first time I met her. Yes, it's nice to see you, too," she says. Answer me. That's not eating! I try, really try, to keep a rein on my temper.
Taylor pulls away from the curb, and Ana waves to the prick who followed her out of the building. I recall the employee details I flipped through this morning: from Detroit, scholarship to Princeton, worked his way up at a publishing firm in New York but has moved on every few years, working his way across the country. He never retains an assistant-they don't last more than three months. He's on my watch list, and I'll have my security adviser Welch find out more. Focus on the matter at hand, Grey.
Your last meal? Tell me. I'm the free ride. She sighs in frustration and rolls her eyes to piss me off. And I see it-a soft smile pulling at the corner of her mouth.
She's trying not to laugh. She's trying not to laugh at me. After all the heartache I've suffered, it's so refreshing that it cracks through my anger. It's so Ana. I find myself mirroring her, and I try to mask my smile.
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Christ, she's not eaten since our last meal together! I want to pull her across my knee, right now, here in the back of the SUV-but I know I can't ever touch her like that again. What do I do with her? She looks down, examining her hands, her face paler and sadder than it was before. And I drink her in, trying to fathom what to do. An unwelcome emotion blooms in my chest, threatening to overwhelm me but I push it aside.
As I study her it becomes achingly clear that my biggest fear is unfounded. I know she didn't get drunk and meet someone. Looking at how she is now, I know she's been on her own, tucked up in her bed, weeping her heart out. This time we see Ana and Christian not together by contract but by choice and marriage vows. The book was published in only a few months after the publication of the second installment fifty shades darker. Married and in love, Christian and Ana are living a happy life together trying to adjust in their new life phase.
However, all this soon comes to an unexpected halt when Ana finds out she is pregnant and Christian is not ready for the baby. After an eventful series of twists and turns, Christian finally realizes how important the baby is to Ana and decides to reconcile with her. Ana in return helps Christian overcome his dark past and move ahead with a happy family life.
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Together they end up building a happy home and family together with a 2-year-old boy and another baby girl on the way. The readers had mixed feelings about this novel. It was natural that they absolutely loved it; sensing by the fact that it became most successful out of all three novels.
However, the readers were certainly not ready to bid goodbye to fifty shades so soon. The readers and critics both gave this novel a major thumb up.From: Anastasia Steele Subject: Good Night, Sweet Dreams Date: June 10 To: Christian Grey Well, since you ask so nicely, and I like your delicious threat, I shall curl up with the iPad that you have so kindly given me and fall asleep browsing in the British Library, listening to the music that says it for you.
Do the vanilla thing and then maybe, once you trust me more— and I trust you to be honest and to communicate with me—we could move on and do some of the things that I like to do. Laura Edmonston for sharing your knowledge of the Pacific Northwest. Safe flight to Portland. How are you dealing with it?