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    Amazing

    Another emotion filled book from Jeannie Moon!! The story, the writing, and the secondary characters are all exceptional but what makes this one unforgettable are the core characters of Mia, Ben, and Adam. You can just feel the chemistry and depth of feeling they have for each other. Mia and Adam are both people looking for a fresh start after life served them up some pretty hard times. They never give up even though their journey to their HEA is bumpy. This is truly an amazing read and one I will be recommending to everyone.
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    Then Came You

    I was hit with this book from Jeannie. This is a real heartbreaker! Mia really got hit. This is set in Long Island. Grab this book and go for a ride! Mia has only made home recently with Ben. She is his Guardian as Mia's sister is dead and she took him in. Major Spoiler! Ben is mad that she won't let him play sports. Mia is a librarian in the College Library. She meets Adam on the football field. He tells her that boys need sports, not books. She lets Adam give jobs for her. Mia is hit by Adam! Adam is falling for Mia. They set up a date . BUT, he meets an old friend and forgets her. She dumps him immediately and now goes with Noah, a professor. Adam is jealous! Major Spoiler! Mia is working to get Ben adopted! Adam takes Ben to his baseball game Major Spoiler! This is where everything goes haywire. Grab your tissues and enjoy this story. You will walk away a lot in this book! Enjoy reading this book! I volunteered to read and review this book.
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    Allowing yourself to be loved helps.

    A bittersweet love story about how Mia, a single woman who is guardian to her 10-year-old nephew Ben, overcomes the challenges of being a single parent while trying to build a life for herself and her ward. In all the time that she has cared for Ben, she neglects herself, her dreams, he needs. Moving to Compass Cove allows her to re-evaluate the direction in which her life is headed. Never having been appreciated for whatever she has done and being constantly berated by her mother, she lacks confidence. But she plans to take charge of her life, allow Ben to be who he wants to me and maybe live and love a little as she pleases. Adam, on the other hand, has lived life in the fast lane and has crashed, burned and has now recovered. Leaving behind his life as an NFL player, he now coaches football. He has never loved anyone, but the attraction that he has felt for Mia from the first time he saw her, makes him realize that she is probably the only woman that he will ever need in his life from here on out. But the wary Mia can sense the danger of letting him get too close even though their chemistry is off the charts. And now that she's determined to adopt Ben, she needs to think about his well-being before herself. Adam may be great with Ben on the field but she'd not sure whether he'd be as great with her heart. I received an Advanced Reviewers Copy from the Publisher via NetGalley for voluntary review consideration.
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    Loved it!

    I enjoyed this feel-good romance on so many levels - Jeannie Moon's characters are realistic and down-to-earth, the storyline is emotional and heartwarming. I felt an affinity to Mia's nephew Ben as right off the bat he reminded me of my own son who's a similar age. I loved the grandmothers and hope to see them as a common thread in future books in the series. All in all a good read.
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    Contemporary Small Town Romance

    Then Came You by Jeannie Moon Compass Cove #1 Great beginning to a small town romance series! Can’t wait for book two! Mia has been the only true parent to her nephew, Ben, for years. She changed her career goals, gave up her envisioned future and eventually moved to Compass Cover believing that the smaller community would provide the right atmosphere for Ben to thrive in. She works on the college campus as a librarian, lives in her grandmother’s home, has and makes friends and truly comes into her own as the story unfolds. She is no pushover, wants what is best for her nephew and hopes to find true love…what the magical compass of the community refers to as one’s “true north”. Coach Miller, Adam, retired from professional football after a bad accident that sidelined him. His life in the NFL was one of hedonism and left him rather blasé and at times clueless when relating to others. His family has always been there for him – even when he sometimes wonders if he has deserved them to be. His personal growth is gradual and at times painful. He has some moments where family or friends have to shake him into awareness that his actions might not have been the right ones in dealing with Mia. Ben, after a fight with his aunt, runs off from the campus library and ends up on the football field. Adam has him call Mia and, expecting a dowdy stereotypical librarian, waits to pass Ben off when she arrives in his office. Mia is not as he expected, there is immediate chemistry and dating soon ensues. Adam, of course, manages to screw up but his charm and smile are not enough to easily get back into Mia’s good graces and that is surprising for him. This is a story of family, community, truths revealed, finding one’s true worth and purpose and also is a charming romance. I thoroughly enjoyed this book from beginning to end and look forward to finding out which of the wonderful characters introduced in book one will star in book two. Thank you to NetGalley, Tule Publishing and Barclay Publicity for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars
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