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.
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A Bit of a Cheesy Read!
I wouldn't say that listening to this book will bring you any particular enlightenment or contribute to the advancement of our species in any way. But . . . .it IS a romance, after all. I got it because of the setting (in the West), combined with the fact that the main character is an ER doctor - but, in the end, it might not have mattered where they lived or what they did. I found it predictable and the characters were somewhat one-dimensional - again, it's a romance and, if that's your bag, go for it!
It might have made a good smaltzy series back in the 80's - during the height of "Little House on the Prairie" fame.
- Amazon Customer
Up at the top! Jodi takes you right into Harmony it is like being there instead on just listening to a story.
I get so invested in the characters. They are normal and have faults you feel like you have met them and they are now your friends.
I love all of them but I have a real soft spot for the Funeral Director. He looks at himself so practically and he is so sensible then he surprises himself. He makes me laugh and makes me cry. I love his heart and the compassion he has for other people even the dead ones.
I think that a movie would be impossible. They would not be able to portray the depth of the community or the characters in a movie.
Can't wait for the next one! I love this series!
- Joe Anna O'Brien "I am a huge fan of romances and happy endings. I like books that take me away from everyday life and into the land of romance, some adventure and of course happy endings."