Fifty Shades of Grey fan Chloe Darling from Ashford finds weird note in new …

July 2, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey

Chloe Darling, from South Ashford, bought Grey from WHSmith in Ashford High Street when it was expelled final month. It was not until she got home and started reading E.L. James’s latest novel, that she found a message.

The puzzling note said: “Don’t be fooled. E.L. James is offered a suspicion that Christian ‘can’t help’ his violent behaviour. He can. Abuse is a choice.

Chloe Darling with a note she found in her Fifty Shades of Grey Book

Chloe Darling with a note she found in her Fifty Shades of Grey Book

“Instead review Why Does He Do That? by Lundy Bancroft that explains a reasons because Fifty Shades is abusive.”

Mrs Darling, 26, pronounced of a note: “I suspicion it was a joke. we even asked my father if he knew anything about it. we looked a suggested book adult online, and it is a genuine book.”

Why Does He Do That? is by American author Lundy Bancroft, a consultant on domestic abuse and child maltreatment.

The book offers women superintendence and impulse for assembly a hurdles of vital with a determining partner.

Grey, on a other hand, is a new amorous intrigue by E.L. James and follows on from a renouned Fifty Shades trilogy.

It tells a events of a initial instalment, Fifty Shades of Grey, though from a indicate of viewpoint of Christian Grey, rather than Anastasia Steele.

Mrs Darling pronounced she was not annoyed by a essence of a Fifty Shades books – that underline passionate practices involving bondage/discipline, dominance/submission, and sadism/masochism (BDSM).

The note left in a Fifty Shades of Grey book.

The note left in a Fifty Shades of Grey book.

The mother-of-three said: “My viewpoint is that it’s a book, it’s novella and if people don’t like what passionate tendencies are shown, afterwards don’t review it.

“Love between Christian and Ana is still portrayed even if a book is formed around dominance.

“I don’t trust that people should take offence. The note seems to contend that people are holding a book literally, that isn’t true. People review it for a same purpose as any book, that is to relax and get mislaid in a story.

“There are some-more raunchy books out there that are formed around opposite passionate preferences. we consternation if they have been targeted in a past by people that find a books offensive? Maybe so, though we suffer E.L. James’s books.”

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