Well, I loved this book. It was a far different experience and better book than the first book. Its pretty much an angsty book, with very less humorous moments.
This second book of the trilogy starts immediately, where the first book ends. Ana and Christian's breakdown, Christian's realization for "more" and his confessions to Ana are really extreme to take. I just felt like Ana - its too much to take in. Well, Christian is freaking hot and awesomely romantic (Well, I didn't want to write "freaking" there, but you get the meaning right? ;-)). Ana and Christian has come very far in their emotional life experiences in this book.
The book, as usual, from the first book contains flirty and funny email exchanges between Ana and Christian, which is one of the few light elements of the book.
There is so many hot sex scenes in the book, but which do not ruin the plot of the book. There is a cliffhanger in this book too and hope it all ends well in the last of the series.
This is a series and must be read in order. The first book of the series is Fifty Shades of Grey and you can read the review of that book here.