Ana is having a great time alone with Christian in their honeymoon. As she lay down sunbathing she recalled how her wedding was and how the start of her honeymoon was. It was the best time of her life because she get to spend so much time with Christian in Europe where she wanted to visit all her life. Sadly during their trip something happened in Christian's office and she spent less time with him because he had to deal with it through the phone. Returning home, they were followed by an unknown person and a car chase happened. Too much things happened and the family is not safe at all. Is Ana's happiness at stake here? Her happy ending doesn't seem to be all happy but more dangerous.
Fifty Shades Freed by E L James is the last book of the trilogy where Ana and Christian's married life is told. Marriage is not the end but just the beginning of their family and danger lurks just around the corner. The ending to the book is predictable but it's an ending that I liked. This book is definitely more exciting than the second but not as much as the first. I loved how new scenarios make the couple react differently. The relationships of other characters of the book also have an ending for them which I like. The best part of the book is definitely the climax of the story as I was anticipating how the heroine and hero will be acting. In terms of writing style it has been consistent through all three books. Again I love the conversations of the characters which makes me motivated to finish the book. Honestly I would not pick up this book to read again in the near future but maybe 10-15 years I just might. This book is an okay book to keep but if you bought one you should have the whole trilogy anyway. If you do not plan to buy it just go borrow it. Have fun reading!