Fifty Shades Fucking Ridiculous, Chapter Twenty-One

Chapter Twenty-One. Ana feels betrayed, so she cries. Will he come around? Should she give him the benefit of the doubt? Does anyone care anymore?

Ana decides to read Christian’s emails. She sees one about Jack from the IT guy, talking about what was found on the computer. Ana leaves Grey to sleep it off alone, and spends the night in the playroom. What?? And doesn’t tell Grey where she is. She emerges to everyone clustered in the kitchen, and refuses any food. She locks Christian out of the bathroom, you know, all the things a petulant fourteen-year-old would do.

She ignores him and then tells him to call Mrs. Robinson. He doesn’t like her snooping. She dresses in a provocative fashion while they argue. Grey didn’t sleep with Elena, but Ana thinks it’s still cheating to “spill [his] spineless guts” to her. She continues to bitch, saying that she does choose the embryo over him, for that’s what parents do. Grey tries to approach her, but for now, she is immune to the power of his peen.

Grey claims he is finally done with Elena, but Ana doesn’t believe him. They’re both mad at each other. Ana claims she’s moving to the upstairs bedroom. Nothing is resolved. She asks the embryo why it’s coming so early. The Embryo sez, “Woman, not my choice. You can’t remember shit except fucking your husband, so don’t pin this on me, ya dig?”

Ana again refuses food. Idiot, you’re not just nourishing yourself now! Kate calls her, but Ana doesn’t really tell her anything. She finally eats lunch. And then dinner. Mrs. Jones tells Ana that Grey was really worried when he couldn’t find her. And then she goes to her old room and cries. Grey apparently spent the night, but leaves before she awakes. And he’s away for the day. Ana pukes. Then Mia, Grey’s sister, calls her, but it’s not Mia, it’s just Jack.

No, not that one. The skeezy ex-boss. Oh, please. Can this book get any worse?

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