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Marriage is always a special occasion, but for this book… Its breath-taking to find that Christian Grey can marry, love, cherish and care about someone who has been disturbed and has had a horrific childhood. I am in awwwwww… We still encounter Christian's tendency to overreact, however its not in a negative way. Christian still has own persona, however its developed into a Christian that we have never encountered, its a puppy-dog version of the control-freak we have learned and read in the first and second novel. We see of a more protective Christian when Jack Hyde threaten to kill Ana. More pressing issues of the novel is having a Little Blip. Is that for the better or for the worse of the Christian's and Ana's marriage...?
Christian Grey, like I said have matured and used his relationship as a way for him to open up and trust those nearest and dearest. Ana has become his cure for his persona. She makes him crazy. Yet love consumes him whole and Ana has become his world. Christian is in charge of their future, he still contains the control and need to guide and shape to which he wants, so children to him wasn't on the agenda, just yet...
Ana Grey is part of Christians world now, and she has to obey by it even though they sworn not to in their vows. She has the money, the house, the family that she has dreamed of... Christian. She has become self-conscious woman and has no path to choose her own decisions, Christian chooses for her. They have learned to trust each other and she has to convince him to let her be her own person rather than, as she puts it, suffocated, by Christian.
As the conclusion to the trilogy, Christian's Fifty Shades are the reason for his need. This novel open his wounds completely to shoe and share his shades. The 'crack-whore mother', Mrs Robinson become his need and his downfall for himself and his relationships.