In the last installment of the Fifty Shades trilogy, Anastasia and Christian finally have it all, love money, intimacy but it is not without it's problems. When she first met him, she found him very hot, intimidatings and somewhat dangerous with a secret past. She discovered that he had very unusual tastes and demands when it came to sex. It could also be somewhat abusive. When he first told her that, that was who he was and he could not change, she at one point decided that this was too much for her and she left him. She had become a very important part of his life and he realized could not lose her. He agreed to change his ways, promised to never hurt her if she would come back to him.
Once a couple, Anastasia discovers that she will have to fight to maintain her identity. He is very controlling and the fact that he has an unlimited amount of money makes him very powerful. He can buy her anything including her own company. He has also accumulated enemies that would like no better than to hurt him, even kill him and the ones he loves. For his part, he will have to learn to trust her, her decisions and her love for him. He will have to overcome his fear of losing her.
The last book is a must read but I must admit, it took me longer to read this last book than the 2 first ones. There is an incident in this book that could have been developed more in terms of not knowing whether the main characters would live or die. The situation and the conclusion happens in one chapter, two at the most, Her books are very interesting because they are different but the storyline leaves a lot to be desired.