The Captain’s Story by Marie Cheryl Eddings
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This book was sent to me courtesy of the author, it’s my honest opinion.
The author Marie Cheryl Eddings writes herself in as a narrator.
I like it’s not that usual.
At first glance I miss the dialogue, maybe because I’m used to stories with much more characters and less of a diary perspective 🙂
Marie wants to become a good writer, she’s 18 but not quite as naive as many university freshman girls. She’s a very busy college girl, in some unusual way, breathing her life experimenting.
I liked the author’s way of writing these provocative themes of sexual awakening, physical pleasure. Truly honest and straight forward which makes you wonder.
Searching and feeling everything in a different perspective, you start to question love and every kind of relationships.
Her encounter with Dr. Robert Thomas Temple and her research changes her.
How intimate can you be to really know a person? Want to find out?
If you like this sort of story, read it!
There’s a lot to learn for sure in the next books.
This one remains engaging and will keep you entertained!