People ask me all the time for my favorite books. Many fans say that E.L. James got them reading again. This begins our series, “What to Read After Fifty Shades of Grey.”
I read it as a publishers advanced galley and was glued to it.
The story of the relationship between Gideon Cross – the blue-eyed, dark-haired, dominant billionaire who owned half of New York – and Eva Tramell really held my interest. It was fascinating to read about a guy or sorta reminded me of Christian Grey.
Everyone knows about this book now, and it has grown from a trilogy to a series of five, with three books out so far. Author Sylvia Day has been writing erotic romances for a decade but this series truly put her work on the map in a big way. She is also president of the Romance Writers of America. This book, and author Sylvia Day, helped change the erotic romance industry.
Here’s the reading order:
For more information on Books four and five in the series, visit Sylvia Day’s Web site.