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"Seems Like Old Times had me in tears while I contemplated decisions from my own life yet it reminded me that love is never a mistake even when it hurts. Pence delivers complex characters who in many ways create their own problems just as we tend to do in real life. Throughout the pages of Seems Like Old Times, the question isn't just about second chances but about forgiveness, understanding, and acceptance of others"     --Reviews With TLC
 

About the Author

Joanne Pence is an award-winning and USA Today best-selling author of the Angie Amalfi mysteries as well as historical fiction, contemporary romance, romantic suspense, a fantasy, and most recently, a paranormal thriller. Her historical and romance novels were first released under the pseudonym "JoMarie Lodge," but now all books are available as e-books and most are also in print. The stories present a variety of times, places, and reading experiences from mysterious to thrilling, emotional to lightly humorous, as well as powerful tales of times long past.

The Angie Amalfi mysteries have been USA Today and Independent Mystery Bookstore Association bestsellers, and the series has won the Independent Booksellers' Golden Scroll Award. SOMETHING'S COOKING, the first book in the series, was nominated for the Romance Writers of America's RITA award in romantic suspense. TOO MANY COOKS, the second book, received a Gold Certificate from RomCon and Reviewers' Choice Award from Romantic Times. COOKS OVERBOARD was a Mystery Guild featured alternate; TO CATCH A COOK was nominated for a Reviewers' Choice "Best Amateur Sleuth" award, Golden Quill Award, and Daphne Du Maurier Award; BELL, COOK, AND CANDLE and TWO COOKS A-KILLING were also nominated for "Best Amateur Sleuth" awards; and the recent books have all been Romantic Times "Top Picks." Joanne is a two-time nominee for the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award in Mystery.

The stand-alone novels have all been on Amazon Kindle Top-100 best-seller lists.

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  • File Size: 1702 KB
  • Print Length: 295 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Quail Hill Publishing; Second edition (September 10, 2012)
  • Publication Date: September 10, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0068WXGB4
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #332,688 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Joanne Pence is the award-winning, USA Today best-selling author of two mystery series, the very long-running "Angie Amalfi" mysteries, and the new "Rebecca Mayfield" mysteries. She has also written historical fiction, contemporary romance, romantic suspense, a fantasy, and suspense. She hopes you'll enjoy her stories as they present a variety of times, places, and reading experiences from mysterious to thrilling, emotional to lightly humorous, as well as powerful tales of times long past.

For more information, visit her at www.joannepence.com.

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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Chrystina Williams on June 26, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
This book was a really heartwarming, down-to-earth, beautiful romance! I really enjoyed reading this book, Lisa and Tony's story was so realistic and lovely.

Lee (Lisa) and Tony were in love as teenagers, but circumstances and life kept them from being together. As adults they have both striven to achieve different dreams and goals, but meet again when Lee must return to her home town to see to her family home.

The main characters were both believable and likable. Lee is a very independent, intelligent, and career-minded woman. She is an extremely successful news anchor, with the perfect fiance, and seemingly perfect life. Tony is just wonderful. He used to be a major league baseball player, but quit playing to spend more time with his son (how sweet). He bought the ranch where he grew up and is content with his life. When they meet again, there are a lot of things from the past that need laid to rest, but boy do sparks fly! You can tell from that first moment that they have unresolved feelings for each other.

The author did a wonderful job of making you feel what Lisa & Tony feel, and her characters were really well developed. I loved that she took her time to really hash out the characters, without making it feel like the story was progressing too slowly. Overall it was a great read, and I really liked it!

***Review copy provided by the Author in exchange for an honest review***
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Ken Brimhall on June 15, 2012
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In the best of all possible worlds, SEEMS LIKE OLD TIMES would be required reading for any woman conflicted between her small-town and big-city self. It would be required reading for any man who has let his sweetheart escape, and for anyone who just loves a good story. JoMarie Lodge is a versatile writer, musical as in "she'd hear the bustling and laughter of students past and present, hear whispers of secrets shared and promises broken," or clever "Everyone said he was a wonderful weatherman, attractive in a meteorological sort of way. Unfortunately, his precipitation didn't supply the chemical reaction she wanted in a lover, so they were friends and nothing more." Ms. Lodge's comprehensive style, the way she leaves no stone unturned in the depiction of a character, reminds one of Leo Tolstoy or Jonathan Franzen. In SEEMS LIKE OLD TIMES she weaves a tale with flesh-and-blood characters, a plot that locks into place and a setting nostalgic yet real.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By T. L. Cooper VINE VOICE on October 5, 2012
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Seems Like Old Times left me squirming the way we do when we recognize characteristics in a character that we don't necessary like about ourselves. Well, that's not quite true, perhaps its more accurate to say characteristics we thought we'd "outgrown" as we matured. The defenses we built to shut out love and true happiness often become mired in what we call reality though it's not really. As I read about Lee's struggles to become the woman she wanted to be I recognized my own struggles to please and find my place in the world. As I read of the love she and Tony shared and she abandoned, my heart ached for lost love yet I recognized my own reluctance to accept love at a young age. Seems Like Old Times is a love story that will strike at the heart of anyone who has ever loved and walked away from a love the heart refused to forget. Sometimes, just as Lee did, we make the decisions we feel we must in the moment, but we sacrifice our own happiness in the process. Then we spend a lifetime trying to find our way back to that happiness just as both Lee and Tony did. When Lee and Tony have a second chance, they struggle to figure out how to resolve the past and embrace a second chance. Seems Like Old Times had me in tears while I contemplated decisions from my own life yet it reminded me that love is never a mistake even when it hurts. Pence delivers complex characters who in many ways create their own problems just as we tend to do in real life. Throughout the pages of Seems Like Old Times, the question isn't just about second chances but about forgiveness, understanding, and acceptance of others but also of one's self. Be warned; reading Seems Like Old Times, may make you nostalgic for a lost love... Read at your own risk, but read. You won't regret it!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By postcrdprincess on September 30, 2012
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This book was a good read. It made me think back real quickly in my life to see if there was a lost love (didn't find one, so I kept reading).

The characters were real. I could actually see this scenario occurring in real life. There were a couple of slow spots in the book, but I think it was necessary so that the reader could get a complete picture of what was truly going on when the characters were apart from each other. This was also during a time when Tony's world completely fell apart (you need to read it, to see what I am talking about) and was trying to put it back together the best way he knew how.

The storyline did flow well. The only issue I had was with one of the secondary characters: Lee's fiance Bruce. He stated several times that he loved her. Bruce didn't even want to let her go when she was questioning their relationship, but it seems to me he was always putting down where she came from, how she reacted to where she came from, and her lack of support of him (considering he wasn't really supporting her during the death of her mother),

This was the first book I read from this author, and I would actually read another.
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