Hello--I guess I am behind on this one....I am not much of a reader. Very seldom do I read a book, there are some books that even interested me and I cannot say that I read each and every word of the whole book. Sad, but true. I read it to where I understand what is going on and could probably tell someone if asked what it was about. But I just don't read.
How my husband and I are together, I am not sure, we are so different, so I guess it is true what they say, opposites do attract. He likes country music, I like rock, or now known as classic rock, even as far as our eye glass precriptions, we both have bifocals, his rx for distance is the exact same as mine for close view, and mine for close view is exactly the same as his for distance. If he had listened to me in the first place and not welded without eye protection, he would probably not need glasses, because of the stunt that caused him to have eyes swollen shut for three days (and no I did not show much sympathy....) he also went right from perfect eye sight to bifocals, it was funny having to help him to the car when he wore themout of the eye doctors. Anyway, another big way we are different....he is shy, I am not. Even when it comes to sexual things, he is the one that blushes, I am straight forward.
Yesturday I won tickets on facebook for Connxtions Comedy Club (getting to be well known at that place, lol) and Aaron's birthday was the other day so we went. Had a blast, as always. After that we went to the Eagles club here in town for Karioke (how ever you spell that) and Aaron told me of a book review he heard on the radio at work that day. It was actually on a 3 book series titled 50 Shades of Grey. I asked him some questions and he said that some women that called in said they just couldn't put the books down and after reading these books felt sexually deprived and even thought being single again would be fun so they could experience the things discussed in the chapters of these books. And I thought, how wrong that is, if you read the books and fell sexually deprived you just go tell your husband what is in the books and try it with him.
So, my question is, all this rave over these books....anyone who read them, are they what everyone says they are? Do you recommend them and why? It doesn't matter either way, I ordered them a little bit ago, but I was just wondering what everyone else thought. Males or females, they say this is a series for females but I feel that it would be great to have your husband/boyfriend read them too, so anything that anyone wants to say I am interested in hearing.