I certainly enjoyed this story, especially the philosophical discussions and the tender sex scenes. Two problems with it though. One is that Cheyenne gave in to quickly for me. I'd have expected her to hang onto the indoctrination she'd been subjected to all her life for a little longer although I guess she'd already been having doubts since before we met her. Second, I thought it ended a chapter or two too early. I felt like there was more to be resolved in the relationship.
If you are a fundamentalist christian you probably should skip the story as it will make you angry. I guess logical argument is bound to do that. (But why are you on this site to begin with?)
If you enjoy a tender love story with a few interesting twists you'll probably enjoy this one. It's good but not great in my opinion but it is certainly good for an hour's entertainment along with a few deep thoughts.
What a good story this is. 'Unca D' uses it to put forward his views in a rational way that totally agrees with my own philosophy.
Technically, the work is excellent, if there were any errors, I was so enthralled by the story I never noticed them. The characters come across as real people, and the plot comes across as a condensation of real life.
If you are a close-minded and deeply committed Christian, Shy Anne is not for you. If, on the other hand, you enjoy a good read, and have a leaning towards atheism, 'Unca D' puts forward rational arguments in a non-confrontational manner. Over all, an excellent Story!
Read and enjoy!