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Jodi Thomas | Welcome back to Harmony


With the start of 2013 comes what I think may be my best book yet. Once in a while I find a story where the characters take off and write the book. With a young lawyer who thinks someone is trying to kill him and another couple building love from a childhood friendship, CHANCE OF A LIFETIME won't let you put it down.

In this visit to Harmony, you'll see people from the town that you've met in other books, but the plot begins with a quiet librarian, Emily and her former childhood friend, Tannon Parker. While he's grown cold and hard over the years, she's become afraid of the world. He comes to the library every Friday night because he knows she's afraid of the dark and though they barely speak as he walks her out, he thinks his heart only beats when she's near. For Tannon and Emily this may be their last CHANCE OF A LIFETIME.

With Emily forming a writing club to draw people into the library and a kid named Beau Yates about to hit it big as a singer, you'll feel like you've lived in Harmony forever and love all the folks.

So, come along with me to Harmony.

Jodi Thomas

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10 comments posted.

Re: Jodi Thomas | Welcome back to Harmony

I love Harmony already! I have never "been there" yet, so I need to rectify that ommission immediately!
(Felicia Ciaudelli 7:26am January 7, 2013)

I love small towns. There is an intimacy that occurs when you know the names and where people live, their highs and lows. Most times in a small town you will find a knitted community. There are some downs, where people know all the business they have no need to know, there is gossip - but if there were more Mayberry and Stars Hollow, I think this world would be a better place. Thank you for Harmony.
(Carla Carlson 8:01am January 7, 2013)

I love the Harmony books and I'm looking forward to the newest. Thanks, Jodi.
(G S Moch 11:29am January 7, 2013)

Can't wait to read this book.
(Gail Hurt 2:23pm January 7, 2013)

Sounds like a great story!
(Cheryl McEwen 7:40pm January 7, 2013)

This sounds like a wonderful town, and a wonderful story!! You're right. I do want to get my hands on this book and read it!! I love the cover, too!! Thank you for stopping by, and giving a little extra on the book. It makes it a little more special that way. Have a Happy and Healthy New Year!!
(Peggy Roberson 9:40pm January 7, 2013)

A new place to roam in my daydreams... I can dig it! This is a new author for me, so I'm intrigued.
(Donna Holmberg 10:45pm January 7, 2013)

I love the heroine forming a writing club to draw people to
the library.
(G. Bisbjerg 12:38pm January 8, 2013)

The characters are what really make a story so if the characters have written this one for you, I'd enjoy it!
(Clare O'Beara 11:57am January 8, 2013)

i love small towns and harmony sounds amazing
(Danielle McDonald 9:03pm January 9, 2013)

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