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E. L. James
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Love

Ana is a typical young woman who has grown up reading such books as Wuthering Heights, Jane Eyre, and Tess of the D'Urbervilles. Hence, she is aware that love is not always an easy road, but she believes that when it happens, it will be a wonderful thing. Ana has never had a relationship with a boy because she never felt a connection with a boy. All this changes when Ana meets Christian.

The chemistry between Ana and Christian is instantaneous on both parts. Ana cannot stop thinking of Christian and he cannot stay away from her even when he knows he should. For this reason, they continuously seek one another out. However, Christian lives a lifestyle that does lend itself well to a romantic relationship. Christian makes this clear to Ana on several occasions, but she still asks for more.

Ana is in love with Christian and...

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