“I love Harmony. Spoilers Ahead! I'm so happy that Kate finally realized what an great guy Tyler is. The whole Reagen-Noah-Brandon love triangle is getting interesting. I love the side relationships that take place in this book, Aunt Pat and Uncle Jerimiah especially. And Ronelle aka Ronny, I...”see full review » see other reviews »
“ I love Harmony. Spoilers Ahead! I'm so happy that Kate finally realized what an great guy Tyler is. The whole Reagen-Noah-Brandon love triangle is getting interesting. I love the side relationships that take place in this book, Aunt Pat and Uncle Jerimiah especially. And Ronelle aka Ronny, I was so glad that she became a loveable person. I was worried she was going to become a nasty old bag like her mother.
The only thing that I didn't like was that Marty took off without a word to Ronny. Writing her a one word message on an envelope full of cash in a place she might never check? That's a mix of two fo the worst Carrie Bradshaw morning afters from Sex in the City: the break-up post-it note and when the European guy left her cash on the nightstand. Marty needs to redeem himself in my eyes and I hope he does so in the next book. (Because I really do like him.)”
“Third in a series of four”Connie W wrote this review Monday, April 23, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Another fabulous contemporary from JT. I knew this was part of a series, but didn't realize it was basically a collection of stories about many characters in one small town. Not all of them get their happy ending in this book, but it was enough to be intriguing and make me fall in love with the town. Now I can't wait to read the other stories set in Harmony, TX.”Missy Jane wrote this review Thursday, March 29, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“This is a fine romance. Ms. Thomas ties a lot of loose ends from the previous books in this trilogy while creating other loose ends. I finished the book wanting to know what happens next to all the characters. I look forward to the next book in the series.”Martha T wrote this review Friday, March 9, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Harmony Trilogy Book 3:”Karen S wrote this review Monday, January 2, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“I like this series. It's pretty simplistic but a nice gentle story. This book is much better than the middle one but still leaves several story lines up in the air for the next book.”Carol L wrote this review Tuesday, December 20, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Love this Harmony, TX story. Reagan Truman convinces her teenage love to come home to her ranch to recoup from almost fatal rodeo bull riding injuries. The love in these couples is great (Tyler and Kate; Ronelle and Marty) Jodi never misses. Sucks you right in from page one”Marty H wrote this review Wednesday, November 16, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Reagan Truman has grown since; she first came to Harmony, Texas. She is now a young woman has a grandpa, friends and a place to call home.
Ronelle Logan works for the post office. Her first delivery is to Mr. Marty Winslow. Ronelle was not prepared for Marty’s abrupt attitude. This would explain why on her first meeting with him, she called him a cripple.
Tyler Wright is the local funeral director. He is finally ready to make the leap from friends to more than just friends, with Kate. Though, is she ready for the same thing?
Everyone in Harmony is friendly and people that I want to hang out with. Well most of the people. There was Marty. I could not believe how grown up Reagan was. She now had to contend with boys and prior she was just happy sitting on the front porch with her grandpa. It was nice to see Noah again. I do believe that he and Reagan belong together. Ronelle became an instant hit with me. She was shy but around Marty she opened up and could be herself. Even if that meant sometimes just blurting out things.
I so love this series from author, Jodi Thomas. I have to compare this series to another one of my favorite author’s, Robyn Carr and her Virgin River series. They are both great, the characters are more like friends, and I can not read these books fast enough. The Comforts of Home is like eating a slice of Grandma’s homemade, warm, apple pie…it is delicious and makes you wants seconds and thirds!