Thursday, April 11, 2013

The Story Runs Through It

Sometimes the stories in one novel intertwine and twist like strands of hair in a complicated plait.  Jodi Thomas' Harmony, Texas, romances are like that.  Although there are one or two main strands, there are numerous peripheral strands that make the whole beautiful.

My review of Chance of a Lifetime went live today at AAR.  The story of why someone would want to kill a small town lawyer and why a U. S. Marshall would get involved spins around the story of an ill-fated pair whose love doesn't die with time, but who must overcome guilt to come together.

Thomas always raises the bar for rural romances with each Harmony book she writes.

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