Oh golly, this was all kinds of silly. The writing, for starters, was more than a little juvenile for such an adult book. So, Mr. millionaire Christian Grey 'clambers' into his limousine, does he? Oh really? I dunno. The word 'clamber' should only be used with regards to children and school busses or toddlers and grandparent's laps, not hot, successful, international business moguls. And how Ana (virginal, obvs) reached the ripe old age of 22 without ever having even explored her own body is beyond me. This has male fantasy written all over it, as in 'Here, young virgin, let me be the one to introduce you to your own body'. Yeah. I don't think so. *eye roll* And if Ana said 'oh my' or 'holy crap' one more time, especially in reference to Mr. Grey's oversized (natch) member, I think I might have barfed. Of course Mr. Grey is a tortured soul with a *Past*, all the more reason for Ana to stick around and 'fix' him. No co-dependency red flags there. But, hey. This is fantasy brain candy, and it is summer after all, so. Book one is a fun if tortuously lame read.
For a much better and more in-depth review, check out this one on Goodreads.