What happens when a woman must reconcile her faith with her sexuality?
Leah Miller's eyes are opened to a whole new world by Chris "Cap" Sheldon, a charter fishing captain in Ocean City, Maryland. Despite her best efforts not to fall for him, his charm and rugged good looks are too hard to resist.
But what happens when his lifestyle conflicts with her faith? And is there any way Cap would give up the lifestyle he loves for the woman who has stolen his heart?
Please Note: This is NOT a work of Christian Fiction. Readers 18+ please as there are graphic descriptions of people getting it on.
There's a secret club in Ocean City, Maryland, where swingers from all over the mid-Atlantic converge every weekend to frolic and play in its many themed rooms. Welcome to the Factory, where in the midst of all the fun, there's always a romance blossoming, sometimes where you least expect it.
Books of the Eastern Shore Swingers Series:
Fisher of Men (Cap and Leah's story)
The Catch (Calvin and Paisley's story)
Siren Call (Jessie and Sirena's story)
Sailors Knot (Casey, Joshua and Gabriel's story)
Turning the Tide (Connie and Luke's story)
Christmas at the Beach (holiday novella, coming Fall 2021)
*all can be read as standalones*
Not a swinger but a fan
Not a swinger but a fan of positive female body images and strong women! I appreciate Phoebe’s do diligence in that! —Happily married mom of two who's been with the same man for 18 years! To each their own read on ya’ll:)
Written very well
Fisher of Men (Eastern Shore Swingers Book 1) by Phoebe Alexander
This is my first book by this author and will not be my last. This story was written very well and had somewhat of a smooth flow. I guess if I had any issue with the writing it would only be that there was quite a few paragraphs that were completely descriptive of the surroundings or thoughts that interrupted a conversation. I personally don't need all that in a book, but I know a lot of people like to get the feel of the surroundings while reading. Although it was written very well, I found myself skipping over those paragraphs. This is just personal preference and takes nothing away from the beautiful writing style of this author.
I loved the characters. I felt Cap and Leah were both described in a way that didn't leave you wondering who they were. Cap lives a lifestyle that I have no understanding of and although I loved him for the man he was, I didn't like the lifestyle choice, again just personal preference. Leah I could understand a lot more as I wasn't raised the same way, but my beliefs are pretty much the same. I could definitely understand the battles she had going on inside herself. I knew what I wanted to happen at the end of this book early on and although it didn't happen exactly the way I wanted it to, it was enough to make me want to read the next in the series.
I really can't wait to check out the rest of her books, this book dealt with something I don't understand or agree with, but to me it says a lot about an author’s talent that these few things I wasn't crazy about still has me adding her to my authors to follow list.