"My main purpose, according to TWCS, was to make sure the content was changed enough that we wouldn’t have any copyright-infringement issues. I was asked to handle Fifty Shades of Grey and James with kid gloves to maintain the peace and keep her happy. Looking back, would I have handled the edits of Fifty differently? Sure I would. I’d have gone with my gut instinct and made the changes I felt were necessary to the manuscript. Not doing so made me TWCS’ scapegoat when James became unhappy about the lack of a copy edit on Fifty Shades (there was no copy editor on staff when I edited Fifty). It also lost me the chance to edit books two and three, and kept me from being compensated properly for editing the book and from recouping any compensation for the work I did to develop TWCS as a publishing house."
This is from Tish Beaty's essay in this compilation. Aptly titled "Bittersweet".