5. Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey are not in this book.
4. Rhiannon doesn’t annoy the crap out of me.
3. When I “turn page” in On Fallen Wings, it’s because I’m anxious to find out what happens next. When I “turn page” in Fifty Shades of Grey, it’s because I’m trying to get to the more interesting stuff.
2. I could read On Fallen Wings to my child. I could read Fifty Shades of Grey to my child but someone would probably call child protective services on me. Plus, let’s not forget about the angry-parent phone calls:
“Mrs. Silver. Little Sally came home from school today asking about butt plugs and nipple clamps. She said she heard those words from your son.” – Somehow I don’t think that would go over well.
1. I felt like my adult responsibilities were a rude interruption. With Fifty Shades, my adult responsibilities were a welcome relief.
“Oh! Thank God! It’s time to leave for my root canal. I can’t wait!”