Florida readers are getting their "mommy porn" back.
The library system in Brevard County, Fla., has taken the handcuffs off "Fifty Shades of Grey," lifting its temporary ban on the steamy, sexy best-selling trilogy.
The library yanked its 19 copies off its shelves earlier this month amid concerns that the books were little more than soft-core pornography.
Cue the complaints of area residents clamoring to get their hands on this hot stuff. The Associated Press reports that the library is returning the trilogy to the shelves in response to requests from library patrons. The library system referred all requests for further comment to its director, who was not in the office on Tuesday.