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Just One of Those Things (Harmony Springs Book 1) by [Klasky, Mindy]
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About the Author

USA Today bestselling author Mindy Klasky learned to read when her parents shoved a book in her hands and told her she could travel anywhere through stories. As a writer, Mindy has traveled through various genres, including hot contemporary romance. In her spare time, Mindy knits, quilts, and tries to tame her to-be-read shelf.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 733 KB
  • Print Length: 250 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Book View Cafe (9 Feb. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0182Q8U8C
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9b15b6fc) out of 5 stars 5 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9b0a627c) out of 5 stars Sweet Romance Story 13 Mar. 2016
By Ashley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I have to say, I was pretty impressed with this book. I generally have a love/hate relationship with romances because I feel like they all follow the same cycle. (It's fine and it works...most of the time.)

This time it definitely worked. Emily is a strong-willed but seemingly lost character. She's thirty and bounces from job to job, home to home, etc... She's never on time and is a little unprofessional, but she's quirky and smart in an nonthreatening way. I did not like Emily at the beginning, she grew on me, lost my trust, and eventually regained it toward the end of the book.

Matt is a retired baseball player, moving back to his hometown to open a large discount store that is threatening the small town's local business.

This is where things get interesting. Emily launches a campaign to save local stores while Matt opens his new store. Things are kind of prickly for a while and it's pretty entertaining. The two characters have great banter when they're fighting over their businesses and you can definitely sense the other types of tension in their relationship.

They also have a sort of "sordid" history. Emily used to date Matt's brother, but he was "like a puppy who always made mistakes". After Emily and Jon broke up she and Matt shared a steamy moment that neither one of them had forgotten it.

I loved the history of everything in this book. The small town, the friendships, the sorrow. Coming from a small town it really resonated with me. There is so much sadness in Matt's life but he is constantly trying to stay positive and he truly believes in what he's doing.

Of course, Emily believes in her campaign as well. I also really liked how the two of them came together despite their differences and managed to make it work for a while. There was, of course, the typical drama and there were definitely things that were said that hurt. (This is where Emily lost me, to be honest.)

The ending was done wonderfully and it didn't seemed too rush at all. I loved the resolution of everything and the fact that they got through it all together.

This was a great read, check it out if you love sweet romances.
HASH(0x9c144bb8) out of 5 stars It represents a good start to the series with the characters of Emily ... 26 Mar. 2016
By Kuzlin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Welcome to Harmony Springs where the merchants seek to retain that small town, friendly atmosphere. But when native son and former Rockets pitcher Matt Dawson returns home, he has plans to manage a large scale franchised discount store...one that may threaten several of the town merchants livelihood. Emily Barton is looking to keep Harmony Springs from changing, but she also has another reason to resent Matt's return. He is a reminder of a failed relationship with his brother, Jon, as well as a memorable interlude with Matt himself when Jon betrayed her. But old feelings keep getting in the way of her resolve to defeat his store plans. Can she work out her feelings and still save the town. This is the first in a planned series around the residents of Harmony Springs. It represents a good start to the series with the characters of Emily and Matt and their all too human foibles. I look forward to reading more of this series. Note there are some explicit sexual scenes in the story. Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
HASH(0x9b13acc0) out of 5 stars Putting the "H" in Harmony Springs 5 Mar. 2016
By ConnieB - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Harmony Springs - sounds like a nice little southern town where one would move to step out of big city life, or a wonderful place to visit for a respite from the hustle and bustle. While it is both of those things, there are actually people living in the town thus it also comes with its own share of drama. One of my favorite traits of Mindy Klasky's writing is her ability to develop unpredictable, complex characters such as the ones in Just One of Those Things. It seems that just when I think I have them figured out, they go and do something I never imagined. This attribute of her stories and her writing style draws me in and keeps me reading until the end. Well, it actually leaves me wanting more at the end!

I highly recommend both this book and Fly Me to the Moon, a second novel in the Harmony Springs series. And...check out her Jane Madison series for some paranormal fun!
HASH(0x9adefdc8) out of 5 stars Another great book by Ms Klasky 5 Mar. 2016
By Yvonne T. Cruz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Once again, Ms Klasky outdoes herself with this story. The story takes place in Harmony Springs , a small town where there are few secrets and everyone knows you. It’s main characters are Matt, a retired baseball player that has returned to his hometown to open a discount store, and Emily, who at one time was his brother’s Jon girlfriend, and is against the discount store. She sees it as a threat to the local business.
But really, this book is about much more than that. It’s about how our past ,especially in our teenage years mold us, about family dynamics,, love lost and found and our insecurities. But above all, that with love and trust in ourselves and others, we can overcome everything.
Pick up this book, and enjoy the story. I certainly did.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9b1e8edc) out of 5 stars Good Start To New Series 14 Feb. 2016
By Doc - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Spoiler Free Review:
This is the first full length novel in her Harmony Springs Series. However, it is related to her Perfect Pitch series and was introduced in the novella "Fly Me To The Moon". Rather than summarize the book let me give you a little bit of insight into Mindy as an author.

Mindy writes in several genres and her book are light, entertaining and uplifting. She creates a cast of complex characters and weaves in contemporary plots that lend a touch of realism. This series of contemporary romances will be tied together by the community of Harmony Springs. You find yourself connecting to the characters and thinking I want to visit that town. There is just enough description of the community for you to feel comfortable with it and each of the characters is well developed and likeable. You can tell that Ms. Klasky is a keen observer of the human condition and the characters she creates reflect that.

There is a little sex in the plot and the occasional expletive but it fits the plot and is not the main focus of the book, but advance the plot and build the characters. Quite frankly these could be produced for prime time TV with no editing and be the cleanest show at any of the time periods. I make the comment as I know some people are very sensitive to such. While I think you would be missing out on an enjoyable series if that is a deal breaker for you then you should probably pass on the series.

If however you are looking for a smartly written contemporary romance that is entertaining and uplifting and delivers a well thought out plot. Then this series should be ideal for you. Remember, "Fly Me To The Moon" is the novella that introduced Harmony Springs. Each of these stand alone though and can be read in any order. There is some congruence of characters between the books and you can expect to see them return in future book.

I found Mindy's books a couple of years ago after retiring and finding myself with time to read. Admittedly I am probably not her normal demographic (older and male) but I grew up reading fantasy/science fiction and was hooked on her writing after I started off with some of her paranormal fantasies. I then worked my way through her other books as I enjoyed her writing style and sensibilities. I have become rather author centric in my reading if I like their writing I will read pretty much everything in their catalog. When you connect with an author and understand the sensibilities that are brought to the table their books tend to come alive for you. A life long reader I would rather sit with a book than watch TV or a Movie. If you enjoy contemporary romance her Perfect Pitch series is a group of novellas that follow a fictional baseball team. Her Jane Madison books are a series of enjoyable paranormal fantasy/romance novels. She also has a number of standalone novels in varying genres.

I was provided an ARC of this novel for an honest review.
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