Get Lost in Harmony, Texas!

Folks, I'm thrilled to have the chance to bring Jodi Thomas back for you!

Jodi Thomas is the NY Times and USA Today bestselling author of 37 novels and 11 short story collections. In June 2011, WELCOME TO HARMONY, the first book in the Harmony series, won a RITA, the highest award for women’s fiction. Jodi currently serves as the Writer in Residence at West Texas A&M University in Canyon, Texas.

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NY Times and USA Today bestselling author Jodi Thomas takes us back to Harmony, Texas, in CAN’T STOP BELIEVING. The sixth book in her popular Harmony series presents a story where big dreams are brewing—and anything and everything is possible…

Cord McMillan gave up his freedom at eighteen when he went to jail for a crime he didn't commit. Now, ten years later, he's about to give it up again for a piece of land. Nevada Britain, his neighbor, has just made him an offer he can't refuse: If he'll marry her, she'll sign over a section of property that their families have been fighting over for a hundred years. Nevada refuses to ex-plain why, but Cord knows the bargain is in his favor.

He just has one condition--she has to sleep in his bed every night as long as their doomed marriage lasts. Nevada only wants to maintain her family's legacy--and redeem herself for a wrong she did Cord years ago. But as she spends more time with her husband by necessity, she discovers something unexpected--a love so deep it takes her breath away.

"Another winner...Fans will be delighted."   Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"Compelling and beautifully written." Debbie Macomber, #1 New York TImes Bestselling author 

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I love stepping into Harmony, Texas. I’ve been there enough to know the town and most of the people. In CAN’T STOP BELIEVING, I wrote about some old friends and a few new ones who live in Harmony. I hope all my readers will come along with me in this visit and feel like they are coming home.

Like a real town, lives flow around one another, changing, influencing, and sometimes helping. Ronny, a quiet woman who works at the post office, is asked to open her heart and forgive the only man she’s ever loved when he returns. Martha Q muddles her way through trying to write and accidentally stumbles into a chance for love and Tyler Wright holds to his Kate, his love that came late to his life.

Amid them all, Cord McMillan tries to hang onto his farm in a town where no one will talk to him. He made a mistake and hurt a deputy when he was 17, and now he believes everyone hates him. When the first car in three years drives up to his place, he doesn’t trust his neighbor, Nevada Britain, or the bargain she offers him. He has nothing to offer in return, but he knows if he agrees he’ll step all into her plan, with no holding back. If she doesn’t hold up her end of the agreement, he also knows she’ll break him completely like six years of prison never could.

As you read CAN’T STOP BELIEVING, you’ll find love so deep it’ll melt your heart. So, come along with me to Harmony, Texas, a place where you’ll find a home. I promise to keep you up late reading.
Welcome, step on in and meet the folks,
Jodi Thomas



  1. Good morning, Miss Jodi !
    Nice to have you back at GLIAS.
    Sounds like another great hit.

  2. Jodi, just love your books. Thank you so much for visiting with us at Get Lost in a Story!

  3. Hi Angi! And I'm so glad to see you hee, Jodi. I was thrilled to meet you at the last RWA conference. This book sounds like another winner! Can't wait to read it.

  4. Jodi, what a thrill to have the opportunity to say "hi" and tell you how much I enjoy your books. The Harmony series is wonderful, of course, but how about those McMurray brothers ... and the widows in Wichita County ... and :-) Thank you for sharing your talent. Your words are a delight to read.

    Nancy C

  5. Hey, Jodi. Nice post here. Must be fun to have created a whole town where you know everyone. I'm looking forward to meeting you in person at the NTRWA August meeting. Glad you're coming.

  6. I just love these "small town" reads. I haven't read these yet, but sure will now.

  7. The post is handsomely written. I have bookmarked you for keeping abreast with your new posts.