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Hearts in Ruin Paperback – August 12, 2014
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J. C. Conway writes romance, science-fiction, and fantasy stories for adults, young adults and middle-grade readers. He is a long-standing member of Romance Writers of America, Yosemite Romance Writers, the World Science Fiction Society, and Mystery Writers of America. He is also a complex-litigation attorney, a former high-school math and computer science teacher, a family man, and a fan of great fiction that stretches the imagination, probes the depths of the human condition or otherwise illuminates the unknown or the misunderstood. J. C. Conway's passion for writing began early. He loved grade school assignments that allowed him to write about whatever he wanted, which generally meant at the time, in no particular order, dinosaurs, robots, giant insects, mass destruction, army heroes and alien invaders. Since then he's added romance, tense personal conflict and emotional dilemmas. His debut novel, Hearts in Ruin, a contemporary romance about two archaeologists on the verge of a groundbreaking discovery, was released as an E-Book by Liquid Silver Books May 5, 2014, and is now also available in print. His short stories have appeared in The Colored Lens, Comets & Criminals, Perihelion Science Fiction, Tales of the Talisman, Mystic Signals, Battlespace (a charitable publication, the proceeds of which go to help wounded veterans through the Warrior Cry Music Project) and many other print and online publications. A full listing of his work is available at his website: http://jcconway.com.
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This book is a fascinating read. I am so glad I found it in my TBR pile this week! Thoroughly enjoyed seeing two really intelligent people (who are not super spies, or super villains, or smart, kick-ass detectives, for a change) challenge each other, and yet work together for their common goals. And fall in love.
If you are a very busy individual and want a good weekend page turner with a female lead that has the antithesis of "Cinderella syndrome," then this book is for you. Besides, it is a wonderful portrayal of sexy archeologists doing a legitimate archeological dig (looking at you Indiana Jones).