My Antarctica

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Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Sparks fly between a gentlemanly sheep rancher and a fiery woman with an icy facade as they join forces against a crooked politician who will stop at nothing to get what he wants and a vicious ex-husband who isn't willing to let go. All hell's about to break loose in a small Utah town... More

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About J.S. Wayne

Born in Amarillo, Texas, Jericho “J.S.” Wayne has lived, worked, and traveled in approximately three quarters of the North American continent, amassing a résumé which could kindly be described as “eclectic” along the way. Currently he lives in Portland, Oregon and feels no particular urge to be anywhere else.

An author in multiple genres, a misanthropic humanitarian and cynical optimist, J.S. spends most of his time when not writing erotic romance turning words into money as a website designer, SEO/SEM consultant and article and blog writer, filling the balance of his hours as a polyamorous kink practitioner and educator. He is fascinated by the use of language, human sexuality, occultism, quantum physics and trying to figure out just what the hell the lyrics to "I Am The Walrus" actually mean. He enjoys receiving mail and comments from his fans, and invites you to follow him on Twitter or simply email him at jerichoswayne@gmail.com!

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Review by: Charlie Knight on Sep. 28, 2018 :
From the very first meeting between Sheridan and Howie, I needed to see how this would turn out. Call me a sucker for a strong heroine and a soft man with a hard exterior, but I really enjoyed this short, easy read.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Review by: Nancy C Walker on Sep. 28, 2018 :
This story follows Sheridan and Howie as they discover each other and deal with their respective problems. This is a quick read at 31,000 words and is only available on Smashwords.

Sheridan is described in terms of being frozen or cold, but as a character, she is friendly to the characters who are not acting like jerks. She does have a severe bi-polar issue and seems to switch from kind to raging in a manner of seconds. She also comes across as indecisive a lot of the time which I personally found annoying.

Howie is a stereotypical romance hero with a kind heart, hard body and a nearly unrealistic patience. There is something lovable about the man despite his temper and ability to function without sleep for several days.

The subplot involves a mystery that I solved in Chapter 4 but the characters don't solve until the end of the story. Not because they can't figure it out but because communication is a major breakdown point. There are also additional characters and scenes that didn't seem to serve much of a purpose other than bringing the story to a respectable word count.

There is something very endearing about the core story and if you are new to romance novels or looking for a quick read then this just may work for you. It's not a bodice ripper nor is it a novel. It's more like a decent short story.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
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