Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Chance of a Lifetime (Harmony #5) by Jodi Thomas


Chance of a Lifetime (Harmony, #5)Romance
From Goodreads:
"The Harmony novels are “Jodi Thomas all the way—super characters [and] lots of riveting subplots.”* Now the New York Times bestselling author takes us back to Harmony, Texas, where big dreams are brewing—and anything and everything is possible…
Emily, the local librarian, has started a writing group, but as the group stumbles through both the fiction and reality of their lives, they’re learning much more than how to write. But Emily suddenly has other things on her mind when a friend from her past shows up in Harmony's library. Now she must deal with a secret she’s kept for fifteen years—a secret that changed her life and threatens to shatter her future.

Meanwhile, new lawyer Rick Matheson thinks he’s in charge of his world until accidents start happening all around him. Just when he realizes someone is trying to kill him, he meets a beautiful U.S. Marshal named Trace Adam. Now that the marshal has given him an even stronger reason to go on living, he must learn to take a chance on life to dream bigger—and love better—than he ever has before."
Chance of a Lifetime is another feel good novel set in Harmony, Texas.  It came out just as I left on my trip.  I ordered it when I came home and just finished it.  While the setting is the same as in previous novels the focus in the book is on several new characters.
There are several stories woven into the book.  Most are left hanging but one comes to a satisfactory conclusion. Look for great characters, good story telling and wonderful plotting.  There is enough danger, tension and romance to satisfy any reader.  Chance of a Lifetime is a good fit for the Harmony series.  Now I am waiting for book #6.
Berkley published Chance of a Lifetime by Jodi Thomas in 2013.

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