Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James
Fifty Shades of Grey
At the point when writing understudy Anastasia Steele goes to meeting youthful business person Christian Gray, she experiences a man who is wonderful, splendid, and threatening. The unworldly, guiltless Ana is startled to acknowledge she needs this man and, notwithstanding his confounding store, discovers she is edgy to draw near to him. Not able to oppose Ana’s tranquil excellence, mind, and free soul, Gray concedes he needs her, as well—however all alone terms.
Stunned yet excited by Gray’s solitary suggestive tastes, Ana dithers. For every one of the trappings of achievement—his multinational organizations, his endless riches, his cherishing family—Gray is a man tormented by devils and devoured by the need to control. At the point when the couple leaves on a challenging, enthusiastically physical issue, Ana finds Christian Gray’s privileged insights and investigates her own particular dull cravings.