Jodi Thomas is a certified marriage and family counselor, a fifth generation Texan, a Texas Tech graduate, and writer-in-residence at West Texas A&M University. She's the New York Times bestselling author of the Harmony series, including Welcome to Harmony, Somewhere Along the Way, and The Comforts of Home, as well as the McLain series and the Whispering Mountain series. She lives in Amarillo, Texas.
New York Times bestselling author Jodi Thomas has captivated America with her novels set in the small town of Harmony, Texas. Now she tells the story of the three hard-luck men who first settled the town, a place where last chances and long-awaited dreams collide
Desperate to escape his overbearing father, Patrick McAllen disappears with his bride, heading north to build a new towndiscovering strength, honor and true love along the way.
After drinking away the grief from his family’s death, Clint Truman avoids jail by taking a job in North Texas and settling down with a woman he vows to protect but never loveuntil her quiet compassion slowly breaks his hardened heart wide open
All Gillian Matheson has ever known is Army life, leaving his true love to be a part-time spouse. But when a wounded Gillian returns home to find her desperately fighting to save their marriage, he’s determined to become the husband she deserves.
Amidst storms, outlaws, and unwelcome relatives, the three couples band together to build a townand form a bond that breathes life into the place that will forever be called Harmony.
Praise for Jodi Thomas and her novels
“Compelling and beautifully written.”—Debbie Macomber, #1 New York Times bestselling author
“A masterful storyteller.”—Catherine Anderson, New York Times bestselling author
“Thomas sketches a slow, sweet surrender.”—Publishers Weekly
“A large helping of suspense, vibrant (if eccentric) characters, and Texas humor to spice it up.”—Booklist
“Tender, realistic, and insightful.”—Library Journal
“[Thomas’s] often beautiful turn of phrase and eloquent writing impart truths we spend lifetimes gleaning for ourselves”—All About Romance