Mornings on Main by Jodi Thomas

 

 

From the beloved and bestselling author of the Ransom Canyon and Harmony, Texas series comes a powerful, heartwarming story about generations of family and the ironclad bonds they forge. Order your copy of MORNINGS ON MAIN today!

 

 

When Jillian James lands in the small town Texas community of Laurel Springs, she’s definitely not planning to stay—except to find a few clues about the father who abandoned her and destroyed her faith in family.

Connor Larady is a single dad, and the only one caring for his grandmother, Eugenia, who has Alzheimer’s. And now he has to close Eugenia’s quilt shop. When Connor meets down-on-her-luck Jillian, he’s out of options. Can he trust the newcomer to do right by his grandmother’s legacy?

Jillian is done with relationships. But as she grows closer to Connor and Eugenia, she must consider giving up her nomadic life for a future with those who need her.

An inspiring family saga that asks us to consider what love and chosen family really mean.

 

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“Compelling and beautifully written.” —Debbie Macomber, #1 New York Times bestselling author on Ransom Canyon

 

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Jodi Thomas’s MORNINGS ON MAIN Review & Excerpt Schedule:

April 2nd

Reading Between the Wines Book Club – Excerpt

What Is That Book About – Excerpt

April 3rd

Always a happy ever after – Review

Sofia Loves Books – Review

April 4th

Hearts & Scribbles – Excerpt

Melena’s Reviews – Review & Excerpt

April 5th

Evermore Books – Excerpt

April 6th

Belle’s Book Belfry – Review & Excerpt

April 7th

Red Hot + Blue Reads – Review & Excerpt

April 8th

The Butterfly Reads – Review & Excerpt

April 9th

Geronimo Reads – Review & Excerpt

The bookworms obsession – Review

April 10th

The Book Hammock – Review & Excerpt

Two Girls with Books – Review

April 11th

Nerdy Dirty and Flirty – Excerpt

The Book Maven – Review & Excerpt

April 12th

Read more sleep less – Review & Excerpt

Totally Bex – Review & Excerpt

April 13th

KDRBCK – Review & Excerpt

Romantic Reads and Such – Review & Excerpt

April 14th

More Books Than Livros – Review & Excerpt

Ripe For Reader – Review & Excerpt

April 15th

Adventures in Writing – Excerpt

Bookishly Yours – Review & Excerpt

April 16th

Renee Entress’s Blog – Review & Excerpt

Shannon’s Book Blog – Review & Excerpt

April 17th

Aaly and The Books – Review & Excerpt

Mama She’s Crazy About Books – Review

April 18th

Jax’s Book Magic – Review & Excerpt

Maybe SS Riki – Review & Excerpt

April 19th

MI Bookshelf – Review

Tangents and Tissues – Excerpt

April 20th

Shelly’s Book Corner – Excerpt

Teatime and Books – Excerpt

 

About Jodi Thomas:

New York Times and USA Today’s bestselling author Jodi Thomas has published over 30 books in both the historical romance and contemporary genres, the majority of which are set in her home state of Texas. Publishers Weekly calls her novels “Distinctive…Memorable,” and that in her stories “[tension] rides high, mixed with humor and kisses more passionate than most full-on love scenes.” In 2006, Romance Writers of America (RITA) inducted Thomas into the RWA Hall of Fame for winning her third RITA for THE TEXAN’S REWARD. She also received the National Readers’ Choice Award in 2009 for TWISTED CREEK (2008) and TALL, DARK, AND TEXAN (2008). While continuing to work as a novelist, Thomas also functions as Writer in Residence at the West Texas A&M University campus, where she inspires students and alumni in their own writing pursuits.

 

 

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Susan’s Review:

3.5 stars

While I’ve had Jodi Thomas on my TBR for a long time, this is actually the first book I’ve read from her. I enjoyed the characters and the writing; although I felt it was a bit repetitive in places. Both Jillian and Connor were searching for something and they found it with each other. I think Sunnie, Connor’s daughter, stole the book. She grew so much. I’d love to see her later on.

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