Especially to someone like you. I think Kate saw his receipt from the hardware store. Jose glares, completely un-Jacob-like, while Kate scolds Ana for wanting to go for coffee with Christian, but she relents, and Bella and Edward go for coffee. I make my way down the corridor, my knees shaky, my stomach full of butterflies, and my heart in my mouth thumping a dramatic uneven beat.
I am going to have coffee with Christian Grey… and I hate coffee. Of course you hate coffee, Ana. You hate everything. Grey holds her hand as they walk to the coffee place, and it is revealed that Ana has never held hands. With anyone. We are privy to the many mundane steps involved in going to get coffee with someone, including such classics as: walking four blocks. Waiting for a light to change. How you take tea. Waiting for someone who is waiting in line. James that as an author, you can handily skip over those bits by compressing them into a single line. Does everyone in Portland wear their pants around their knees or up around their nipples?
But at this point, with all the flushing, looking up from beneath her lashes where else are you going to look from?
Above your lashes? We understand that she finds him sexy. Ana flushes way too much. At the end of one paragraph, her face flames.
There is a line of dialogue, and then the beginning of the next paragraph, she goes crimson. Is he your boyfriend? Thank you, Ana, for coming along in my confusion. Is who her boyfriend? The tea?
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A weak black guy? Then, he asks about Paul, from the hardware store. But he gets so much better! I like to see your face. I can see why the women of America are falling for this guy. I just wish I knew what you were blushing about. And as if on cue, I blush. But Ana has a very low opinion of herself, so she just sort of accepts it, and refocuses her anger on Kate, lamenting internally about how beautiful her friend is and how she should be the one having coffee with Christian.
Because this book is what it is, Christian decides to interview Ana, as she interviewed him. As they leave, Ana feels like she has totally blown it with Christian. He offers to walk her back to the hotel, and on the way, absolutely nothing happens that in any way resembles anything like something that happened between Bella and Edward in the parking lot of Forks high school.
At all. I inhale his clean, vital scent. He smells of fresh laundered linen and some expensive body-wash. I inhale deeply. See, if Ana were about to be hit by a car, it would be suspect. This is just a cyclist. Being almost hit by a bicycle awakens the sleeping bear, and that bear is powerfully horny.
I want to feel his mouth on me.
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I looked the universe in the face and, laughing, dared it to do its worst. And this is what we have.
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I got 2 chapters into this book and have up. It is the worst written pile of shit, not even stop bad it's good, just baaaad.
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Thanks for throwing yourself on the grenade for the rest of us. I am having a low day today and this cheered me up no end. The illustrations were masterful. Love the play by play knock-down. I'm too lazy to go find a pirated copy of this book, and God help me if I spend actual real money on it. I guess the whole book amuses me because if I'm not amused I'm so helplessly frustrated that something like this is famous and yet I struggle for more than two readers of my own works.
So amusement it is! I will say, however, that I am 23 and have never held anyone's hand. Unlike being gay, it's not really something you can test. XD I think the problem with Ana being asexual is that when you're asexual, people notice that, even if you don't say anything. Unless you are Kate Upton or something, people will generally ignore you romantically.
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Unless it's just me? I consider it a good thing, but still. I'm pretty average and I've not had any hotties throw themselves at me like they do in Twilight and 50 Shades. Considering how these hotties behave, I'm really glad for it. Buddy system, anyone? No way, Ana is asexual, just from how often she notices whether someone is attractive or not — and that she notices whether or not guys find her attractive.
I'm a hetero, so correct me if I'm wrong, but I think that being asexual mainly has to do with not being attracted to other people, not being unattractive to other people.