Born in Amarillo, Texas, J.S. Wayne has lived, worked, and traveled in approximately three quarters of the North American continent, and has amassed a résumé that could kindly be described as "eclectic." He currently resides in Southern Utah, where he attends Southern Utah University as an undergraduate English major with a creative writing emphasis. He is actively involved with the Kolob Canyon Review, SUU's literary journal, as well as the Red Thread Movement, is an Honors student, and is the founder and CEO of Writing Out Child Abuse, a charitable initiative to raise funds and awareness for survivors of child abuse worldwide.
J.S. Wayne describes himself as "a male romance writer, without apologies!" J.S. can be found on Twitter @Author_JSWayne, maintains a blog at jswayne.wordpress.com, and can be contacted via email at . He enjoys talking with and hearing from his readers, and he invites you to drop him a line!
My Antarcticaby J.S. Wayne
Sheridan Travers believes isolation is the best cure for a broken heart. In the aftermath of a messy divorce, she pulled up stakes and relocated to the last place in the country anyone would think to look for her: a small town in central Utah. Despite her best efforts, the locals are determinedly friendly. Especially Murray Young, a local politician who makes his… See more details below
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Sheridan Travers believes isolation is the best cure for a broken heart. In the aftermath of a messy divorce, she pulled up stakes and relocated to the last place in the country anyone would think to look for her: a small town in central Utah. Despite her best efforts, the locals are determinedly friendly. Especially Murray Young, a local politician who makes his intentions toward Sheridan more than clear.
The last thing Sheridan wants is to get involved with anyone, least of all a social climber who sees her as arm candy and an asset to his political career. During an ugly scene in the parking lot of a local supermarket, things suddenly change when an unpolished but polite stranger, Howie Wilson, steps in on her behalf. As her path keeps crossing Howie's, she begins to wonder if she should break her icy façade... or stay locked in her private Antarctica.
Praise for My Antarctica
"What a delight My Antarctica was for me! I loved the hero’s and heroine’s journeys... interesting and well done. I always like a delicious villain, and [this was] great!"
-- 4.25 Stars from Alberta, Manic Readers
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