Thomas' novel, CHANCE OF A LIFETIME, is the fifth book in the Harmony series but it wasn't my absolute favorite. While I was reacquainted with old friends, was brought up to date with others that were only mentioned in passing and made new friends that I will hopefully meet up with again in future Harmony books, I didn't feel as connected. This was a slower paced book than some of her others even though there were several subplots which made up the main storyline. Rick and Trace had a lot of potential that only scratched the surface and I would love to meet up with them again. Emily and Tannon (love that name) were two lost and lonely souls that managed to find their way back to each other. I could feel the waves of loneliness rolling off Tannon throughout the book and how only Emily could soothe both him and his soul. This was really a case of them needing each other to be complete or whole. There was closure but I felt a few more chapters were needed. I look forward to meeting up with them and many more of the townspeople in future novels in this series. I hope I don't have to wait too long!