Sunday, August 9, 2015

Mr Grey (Fifty Shades #4) by E.L James

What can I say about this book? I was dying to read it and it didn't disappoint. I had always wonder what was going on in Christian's head. I am so glad I got to read his book. It help me understand him so much better. I hope and pray the author writes the other books in his POV.

Christian had a very had life and I loved that the author included little snippets of his past in the book. I loved how he had nightmares and I got to read how his life was when he was younger. It made him the way he is and it only makes me feel that much more sorry for him. Not everyone has the perfect life and the author made sure the reader saw that.

I liked how complete different Ana and Christian were and are, yet they were perfect for each other. Ana brought a different side of Christian out and made him feel. In the other books in the series, Christian seemed cold and distant but now seeing things from his side, I could tell he was confused. He didn't understand why he felt so strongly for Ana in such a short time.

I don't know why so many people hate the book or the series. They're not best but the overall love story is a great story. These two people experienced many of their first together and that's so rare these days. I loved that most about the books. Most people have all the firsts when their teenagers and save nothing for the guy they're gonna spend the rest of their life with. It's almost a waste. I loved Ana and Christian's love story not so much the other stuff.

Craving Trix (The Aces' Sons #1) by Nicole Jacquelyn

I liked this book. It was short, sweet and got to the point fast. But I also had a problem with that. Trix and Cameron have been part of the other books and I have always wonder if they were gonna get together. You could tell they cared about each other in the The Aces Series, but I just didn't know how the author would put them together since there is an age gap.

Trix has loved Cameron basically since she met him. He has always been her best friend. After something embarrassing happens between them when Trix was a teenager, she stops talking to him. It breaks Cameron's heart but he knows its for the best. After several years, things are bad in the club and Cameron decides to stay with Trix even though she doesn't want him too. That's when things heat up. Way up.

Trix and Cameron haven't been a part of each other lives in a long time, yet Cameron moves in with her and in a matter of days they're sleeping together. Cameron says he has always wanted her but I got the feeling like Cameron felt more like her brother in the beginning of the book than a potential boyfriend. Things moved really fast. I would have liked the book to go a little slower. It was like, Trix and Cameron are friends, Trix hates Cameron, Cameron moving in with Trix, Trix and Cameron are together in that order. There was no build up, they just got together and I felt like it was out of left field.

This book was disappointing to me. I was expecting way more than I got. At the end of Farrah and Casper's story when Cameron says Trix is pregnant, I thought Trix and Cameron had some secret romance that no one knew about. I mean them sneaking around would have been a better story than what I got. Don't get me wrong, I did like the book. I love MC books, I was just wanting more of everything to make it a great book like the author's other books.

I definitely hated the drama. There was no build up to it. Trix and Cameron would be laughing and having fun then BOOM, Trix would get mad at something she was thinking about and take it out on Cameron. I expected so much more. However, I will still probably more of the series and pray it gets better.