I am not a quitter. Once I start something, I have to finish it. Call it a compulsion. I felt that it was important to share this personality trait of mine with you, because is the sole reason I was able to finish this novel.
This is the third and final book in the Fifty Shades series. The second book pretty much wrapped up the main story, and then attempted to start a new mystery in the last few pages. It felt completely contrived. Way too much time was spent rehashing Christian and Anastasia's wedding and honeymoon. No amount of graphically written sex scenes could make this book even slightly entertaining for me. It dragged on and on, and nothing really happened until close to the end. By then, I just didn't care anymore.
I think giving this book one star is more than generous. If you are invested in the first two, it probably won't make the story feel more complete for you. If you have read it, I would love to hear your thoughts.