The following is from our very own naughty dictionary, 150 SHADES OF PLAY: A Beginner’s Guide to Kink.¬†Bolded words signify individual entries that appear elsewhere in the A-to-Z section of the book. Anything with a tie icon¬†¬†indicates an activity or prop mentioned in the¬†Fifty Shades¬†series (symbolic of the famous woven tie¬†Christian Grey¬†uses to restrain¬†Anastasia Steele). The idea being: look up something you‚Äôre interested in and, from there,¬†make it a choose-your-own-adventure book by following any bolded words that pique your interest to their own dedicated entry. Or just start at A and don‚Äôt stop ‚Äėtil you get to Z‚ÄĒor ‚Äėtil you‚Äôre compelled to try something out with your partner, whichever comes first!:
The heroine/reluctant¬†sub/damsel in distress (D.i.D.) of the¬†Fifty Shades of Greytrilogy, who falls hard (literally) for romantic, bad-boy, billionaire¬†dom,¬†Christian Grey. She has two imaginary friends: her snarky, cartwheel-twirling Inner Goddess and her finger-drumming Subconscious (yes, yes, if this character were trulysubconscious, then Ana wouldn‚Äôt be aware of her, but let‚Äôs not let literary accuracy get in the way of a good time, shall we?). All three appear to be virgins at the start of the series‚ÄĒand none of them ever met an adverb she didn‚Äôt like. By the end (spoiler alert!), they‚Äôre all on board for a little¬†BDSM¬†play in a custom-designed¬†Red Room of Painwith now hubby/baby-daddy Christian.