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  • Melissa Schmidt

    summer reading list

  • Lynian Patz

    shades of grey, 50 shades darker, and fifty shades freed.

  • Melissa Mekdeci

    Fifty Shades of Grey (Fifty Shades Trilogy #1) July 2012 Ladies Drink Free Book Club Selection

  • Veronica Gonzales

    Fifty Shades of Grey (Fifty Shades Trilogy #1): Forgot to post this when I started to read it but I'm almost done with it. I don't know what the hype is about, I don't particularly care about this book. I HATE the characters, there is no story line, and it's just so awkward at times to read. Women who say they want a Christian Grey scare me to my very core. haha.

  • Kimberly Nutt

    Fifty Shades of Grey a book worth reading

  • Angie Williamson

    Fifty Shades of Grey...Im thinking my next book series to read.

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OMG I LOVE THIS BOOK!!! EVEN BETTER THAN FIFTY SHADES OF GREY!!! Guilty Pleasure!! Soooo naughty it makes you squirm and your toes curl! Well at least it does that to me LOL Where is Christian Grey and that Twitchy palm of his??? LOL ;-)

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