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    Amazing

    I adored this book and these characters, especially Nick Rinaldi. He's warm, compassionate and simply delicious. His career as a Naval doc is over after a serious injury, now he's recuperating at his grandparents house while trying to figure out what's next for him. After what he saw on deployment he's not sure he can return to practicing medicine. Jordan Velsor is a young woman who life has been kicking in the teeth lately. First she just got out of a relationship when she finds her fiancee with her best friend. Next she's dealing with her father and what is surely a life threatening illness. Oh yeah, and she was almost killed when a tree comes down during a storm crushing her car and narrowly missing her. Add in the fact that she feels like she herself might be dying from the horrible cold she has and she's done. Just done! Thank goodness for her landlord's kind grandson who comes over to care for her. Meeting Nick might be the first bright spot she's seen all year. Loved this nice slow build romance and I thought these characters were amazing. They each have such strength and determination and the author made them feel real and true. This is a book I would recommend to everyone.
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    Full of feels

    So there are some people who are not going to like this story (that sounds bad but keep reading!). It’s pretty angst free, so there isn’t a lot of drama to move the plot. Instead it is all about the people – their interactions, developing feelings, and growth as they come to terms with their issues in order to move forward. And because that growth is a pretty big deal, there is a bit of time spent in their own heads. It’s their own issues they have to overcome, not an outside force, so there is a lot thinking and feeling. Which also means there is a lot of back and forth, internally and between the two of them. Both feel the connection but they are scared to get involved for different reasons. Unfortunately the pull is strong enough that they can’t stay away either so there is a lot of yes/no…yes on getting together. That growth helps take care of it, and gives a pretty darn good HEA, although it takes some time and I know that sometimes I’m in the mood for that push/pull but a lot of times I’m just not. Hopefully you’re still with me because I don’t want to scare anyone off, since I really enjoyed the book (I just know that it isn’t for everyone) and like other Moon books the characters make for a feel-good read. Nick is an honorable man with a big heart, which is what leads to a lot of his troubles. He takes things a little too seriously and struggles with some things that happened while he was in the military. Jordan also has a big heart but her failed engagement has her hesitant to trust in men again. Especially one who is obviously keeping something from her. It’s just so hard to resist someone who is ALWAYS there when you need them, doing exactly the right thing … drat that man for being too awesome! Both Jordan and Nick have their reasons for feeling the way that they do but it is only together, with good communication, openness, and trust, that they have any hope of having a future (sounds pretty spot-on, eh?). You Send Me is a slow-burn romance with all the feels that you could ask for … and a hero that you’ll find yourself head-over-heels for in no time! (You don’t have to have read Then Came You to enjoy this book. While there are returning characters there’s not really a lot of carry-over other than the friendship between them.) **Review given honestly and freely after receipt of a review copy. This opinion is completely my own and was not influenced in any way.**
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    Emotional Read

    You Send Me by Jeannie Moon is book two in the Compass Cove series. This is Jordan Velsor and Nick Rinaldi's story. Jordan and Nick both are dealing with emotional struggles in their life. There were a lot of ups and downs. I really liked the characters but they did try my patience at times. An emotional and steamy read. FYI, contains mature content. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book. --
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    Refreshing and Emotional

    I always enjoy everything Jeannie Moon writes. She knows how to write a feel good story with flawed characters that are easy to connect with. YOU SEND ME is the second book in the Compass Cove series and is a refreshing, emotional journey. This story takes place in small town Compass Cove, where everyone knows your business and people love to gossip. Nick and Jordan agree to pretend they are engaged so Jordan’s father will not worry about her. Her father is dying from cancer and is concerned about her being alone when he is gone. The strong attraction between Nick and Jordan, grows as they get to know each other. However, they each try to hold back their feelings because they are cautious with their heart. Jordan is just getting over a cheating fiancé and Nick is recovering from injuries he sustained while in the military. Jordan is afraid to trust again and tries to keep an emotional distance from Nick, but each day it’s a little harder. She wishes Nick would open up to her but he has a hard time sharing his war experiences with anyone. Even though Nick and Jordan immediately connect, they are emotionally wounded and are afraid to show their feelings. Until now, they have only been surviving day to day and had nothing to look forward to. When they are together, they feel safe and content. While they dance around each other, everyone one around them can tell they are meant to be together. Can Nick and Jordan learn to trust each other?
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    contemporary romance

    You Send Me by Jeannie Moon Compass Cove #2 Pneumonia is not fun…it is painful and it can kill you…so Jordan Velsor is a lucky woman to have Dr. Nick Rinaldi check on her just before a big storm sets in…perhaps even more than lucky? One thing leads to another and before the two know it they are in a fake engagement that begins to feel a whole lot more real than either thought possible. Jordan wants Nick to be more open and Nick is not willing to verbalize about some of his demons so there are a few tense moments along with sadness, loss and big decisions to be made by both. I like this small town community that feels like family and know there are many more stories that can be written with the compass of Compass Cove at the center of the story. I am glad Nick finally shared with Jordan but at one point wrote “I don’t understand her leeriness” and guess that I felt she was a bit too protective and wanted more from a war veteran than perhaps she should have. Anyway, I did enjoy it and loved the couple together. I wish them happiness and much love in the future! Thank you to NetGalley and Tule Publishing for the ARC – This is my honest review.
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