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You Send Me

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Jordan Velsor and Nick Rinaldi have each had serious issues in their past that they have had to overcome/ When fate (and a little family meddling) brought them together during a major storm when Nick found Jordan seriously ill, a spark definitely ignites between them. Now as the days turn into weeks together the question is really going to be can they work through their own heartache and nightmares to realize that you can trust and depend on someone you could love forever to help you through it. Or will they allow what happened in their past to overcome them and stop them from having a future together.

I have had the opportunity to read all of Jeannie’s books and each of them has wowed me, a few are on the read over and over because you can’t get sick of them list. This one though I can honestly say, was different than the others. I am not sure if it was lacking somewhere or slow in some sections or what but it didn’t hold me like her the previous ones. I am not saying it is bad at all because I know that many will love to read it and rave over it. For after all who doesn’t love to read a story about love, families and beating the odds.

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The second book in the Compass Cove series, You Send Me is emotional and heartwarming. As always, Jeannie Moon writes realistic, believable characters the reader can relate to. Nick and Jordan both have emotional traumas they must work through before they can have their happily ever after.

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This book was awesome from the beginning to the end. When Jordan gets pneumonia and is so sick Nick takes care of her. Her father is in Hospice and she can't go visit him so Nick goes instead. He truly is perfect except he has secrets that he doesn't want to share with anyone. It is a truly amazing book that keeps you wondering if they can work things out and truly be a the perfect couple.

Jeannie Moon has done a great job with this series and I can wait til the next book is here to continue the series. A truly amazing storyteller and you won't want to miss this one.

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This could have been a 5 star book if the author would have left the F bomb out. It was well written and had a great story line with lots of emotions. Thank you Tule Publishing via NetGalley for the copy of this book. All opinions expressed are my own.

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A cheating fiancé, caring for her sick dad, nearly demolishing her car in a wreck during a bad storm Jordan Velsor doesn't know how much more she can take, but her landlord's grandson Nick, might be the salvation or ruin.

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You Send Me by Jeannie Moon is such a classic love story that you just have to read it. You will just fall in love from the very first page, both with the main characters and the town surrounding them. It has the right flow through out the book and the author won´t disappoint it´s readers.

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I really enjoyed this book it is the first book I have read in the series and it easily reads as a standalone. After catching her fiancee cheating on her with his secretary Jordan has sworn off men and relationships and is spending all her time caring for her dad who is in a hospice. Nick is a doctor and is back in Compass Cove after leaving the Navy because of an injury. His grandparents are her landlords. A storm hits and her car is crushed when Nick comes to her rescue he finds her really sick. This was a super book and I cannot wait to read the rest of the series

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This series has not disappointed in delivering a second story to touch your heart. Nick and Jordon provide the warmth, depth, and emotions that pull you into their story...keeping you invested in the journey they take in realizing that their HEA has a bit of magic leading them in discovering their True North.

I have no doubt that the remaining stories in the series will pull me into the lives of the characters who’ll also find the magic in their own HEA.

This ARC book was complimentary, provided by the Publisher and NetGalley. I am voluntarily providing my honest review.

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I loved this story! Jordan is a kind woman who has been done wrong but in the end she discovers a much happier life. Yes that's a typical romance book but this one was different enough to stand out. I very much enjoyed Nick as a hero. He is just the right amount of tough guy with a soft heart. Any story that includes dogs and grandparents is good for me.

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Loved this book. Haven't read this author before but will definitely be looking out for more. Would love to live in Compass Cove. Don't want to give too much away but it's a must to read

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Another book that is part of a series that hasn't been listed that way on here so I won't be picking it up as I am not invested enough to pick up the first one.

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I enjoyed this book. The characters are realistic, the plot is feasible, and the book is professionally written. The description of the fierce storm thundering across Long Island made my teeth chatter from the cold. The book is filled with excellent descriptive writing. I fell in love with the hero, a disabled Navy doctor, sentence to life as a civilian. The heroine starts out as a whiny cry baby, but it is to be expected. She is suffering from pneumonia. Once she is recovered, the romance plays out as is expected. The supporting characters are charming, an Italian grandmother, elementary school students, and good friends. This is a great summer read. I look forward to reading other books by this author.

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I really want to live in Compass Cove. I want to go for coffee at Rinaldi’s cafe only to be talked into a full meal by Lina. I would really love that. But I digress…

I think my favorite part of this book is that event thought Jordan was so sick and looked her worst, Nick still flirted and thought she was the most beautiful woman.

Nick is so sweet and caring. Who wouldn’t want the good doctor?

A beautiful love story.

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This was a contemporary small town romance full of friends and family and the cutest dog in the world. This is the second book in the series and I did not have a hard time understanding the book.

What I loved about this book was that family was at the root of everything in the fictional town of Compass Cove and family takes care of each other, even when they don’t want you to.

Nick and Jordan are two people who have been through their own personal “stuff”, but have come out stronger despite it, and have had their friends and family to help them get through it. They both are determined, tenacious, stubborn, and loving. They both have family in town, and family is very important to both of them.

They both grew up in the same small town, they both have deep roots within the town, they know a lot of the same people, and people talk, and rumors start.

Their relationship starts out unconventionally, and it spirals out of control after that. I will let the reader find out what happens if they decide to read the book, but needless to say, it was funny to read and I found myself laughing on the plane on the way to RT 2018.

I like that they are willing to communicate with each other, and not lead each other on. I like that they both have a lot on the line with each other and they both know it. They are on an even playing field with each other and they both depend on each other through this relationship. It’s a partnership right from the beginning.

I have to mention Nick’s Grandparents as they are a large part of the story. They were great; they really made the story even better. Nona doesn’t know how to stay out of people’s business, but instead of finding her annoying, or interfering, I found her to be funny, helpful, and loving. She can be interfering, but she does know when to back off and leave well enough along. I found myself giggling at Nick’s grandparents and it was great.

If small-town romance is the readers’ choice, then I would recommend this one. Give it a shot it’s not bad.

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3.5 stars

Heartwarming and sweet! You Send Me was nearly the book equivalent of a hallmark movie. A sexy, broody, but endlessly sweet doctor and a teacher with a kind heart recovering from a disastrous engagement come together in this emotional story. Surrounded by wonderful friends and family in a town where everyone looks out for each other it was easy for me to find myself wrapped up in Nick and Jordan’s story.
While I loved the sweetness and the serious swoon going on there were moments that just sort of dragged for me also and I’d find myself not quite as drawn to the pages for a bit. Overall though, the heartfelt emotions were a thing of beauty and when I was hooked I was HOOKED. Nick and Jordan have near instant chemistry, but with the baggage each of them carried they kept things to a slow simmer for a while. Even with the slow burn they were absolutely adorable together every moment.

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I voluntarily reviewed this after receiving a free copy. This is the first book that I have read from this author and I will definitely read more. Jordan is engaged to be married and finds out her fiance is cheating on her, so she dumps him. In the middle of a raging storm and battling pneumonia, she finds her true love. Their journey is not an easy one, but love finds the way!

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I REALLY liked this story! It was a good read and I really connected with Jordan Veslor. She’s a strong, independent woman who has sworn off men since she broke off her engagement. I really understood why Jordan was so guarded in all that she did and her line of thinking. I REALLY loved how all that she thought to be true was changed when she met Nick. Nick, a strong, sexy and the slightly damaged doctor entered her world like a gale force wind and rattled her cage in the best way possible. Both of these characters had very real flaws and very real life lessons to learn. I liked seeing that struggle and watching these two overcome the obstacles they faced.

I wasn’t a fan of the story flip-flopping from third person description to first person dialogue immediately after. There was quite an abundance of details given in the third person that could have been left out. I did enjoy the dialogue and conversations between all characters. Certain parts were quite witty and slightly comical.

Overall it was a good book with a big lesson to be learned. Emotions were felt from angst, heartbreak and healing. This was my first read by this author and I’m interested to see this author progress in her future books

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You Send Me has just enough angst to draw readers in and the perfect pitch of heart to never let go. Moon is a soul whisperer. Her tales of bruised hearts move me to tears, even as they uplift my heart. Jordan and Nick could be anyone. The ever winding road has not always been kind to either, yet it manages to guide them to each other. At their most vulnerable, they have much to teach each other. She has to find the strength to be weak and he has to find the courage to heal. You Send Me is about accepting weakness and gaining strength because not despite of it.

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Nick’s and Jordan’s story was so different from Adam’s and Mia’s in the first book of this series and I loved that. Jeannie Moon is bringing us a lovely series where we get great lead characters but also a whole town to go along with them - my favorite kind of series! And I love the connections to the compass shop and its history. While Jordan is dealing with pain everyone can see (cheating fiancé, terminally ill father, and serious illness of her own), Nick’s struggles are more subtle and he won’t share - really even with himself. Neither likes to ask for support and Nick wants to be the support for everyone else but his unwillingness to open up could cost him everything. He goes above and beyond to help Jordan and her father and they find love even in what started as a white lie. But they need to open up to take the final step together.

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I fell in love with this book from the first page. The characters and story line were so well thought out and written that you felt as though you were part of their story. It is definitely a book I could go back and read over and over and still fall in love.
I voluntarily reviewed an reader copy of this book provided by NetGalley.

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