Having garnered three RITA Awards, New York Times best-selling author Jodi Thomas is one of several Texans inducted into the RWA Hall of Fame. Assuming someone else’s identity, a 16-year-old flees to Harmony, Texas. There she keeps her distance from the welcoming townsfolk. But when prairie fires threaten the small town, she learns the true meaning of family, friendship, and home.
After moving to Texas, 18-year-old Reagan Truman finally feels like she has a place where she belongs—and she isn’t willing to let anything put that at risk. But when her life is imperiled, and the town teams up to save her, Reagan learns the true value of trusting the love in her heart.
To the delight of her fans, RITA Award winner and New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Jodi Thomas pens contemporary Western-themed romances set in her native Texas. In The Comforts of Home, a tornado rips through the quiet town of Harmony. Emerging from the devastation, Harmony’s citizens struggle with relationships both old and new - and grow stronger by risking their hearts to make connections with others.
New York Times best-selling author Jodi Thomas captures listeners’ hearts with her sweet tales set in Harmony, Texas. In Just Down the Road, a rowdy night at the bar lands Tinch Turner in the ER under the care of Dr. Addison Spencer, igniting a passion Tinch hasn’t felt since the loss of his wife. Meanwhile, Reagan Truman, grieving her beloved uncle, finds solace in her new Harmony family—and a new baby.