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    DescriptionGrief brought Finley to Ireland. Love will lead her home. Finley Sinclair is not your typical eighteen-year-old. She's witty, tough, and driven. With an upcoming interview at the Manhattan music conservatory, Finley needs to compose her audition piece. But her creativity disappeared with the death of her older brother, Will. She decides to study abroad in Ireland so she can follow Will's travel journal. It's the place he felt closest to God, and she's hopeful being there will help her make peace over losing him. So she agrees to an exchange program and boards the plane. Beckett Rush, teen heartthrob and Hollywood bad boy, is flying to Ireland to finish filming his latest vampire movie. On the flight, he meets Finley. She's the one girl who seems immune to his charm. Undeterred, Beckett convinces her to be his assistant in exchange for his help as a tour guide. Once in Ireland, Finley starts to break down. The loss of her brother and the pressure of school, her audition, and whatever it is that is happening between her and Beckett, leads her to a new and dangerous vice. When is God going to show up for her in this emerald paradise? Then she experiences something that radically changes her perspective on life. Could it be God convincing her that everything she's been looking for has been with her all along?


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  • An inspirited story about the incomprehensible ways of life, a tender love story and finding to God again.4

    MissPageTurner Finley is heart-broken over the loss of her older brother Will. To find a way to feel close to him and somehow survive without him, she decides to board a plane and study in Ireland. The country Will loved, the country he felt close to God. His travel journal and her musical practices for an interview at the Manhattan music conservatory should help her to feel inspired and whole again. But they don't. Finley doesn't know it yet, but it will be the popular Hollywood movie star Beckett Rush, she coincidentally meets on the plane to Ireland, who will be the greatest help on her way to finding her own voice in life and a bond to God.
    Finley becomes Beckett's assistant in exchange for a guided tour through the sights of the green island.
    Philosophical and religious reflections are a great part of Finley's life. Usually stories strongly influenced by musical and religious aspects aren't my thing, but Finley's story was very exquisite and unostentatious. Ireland serves as the vibrant and rurally beautiful background to Finley and Beckett's love story. The various sights of the green isle awaiting to be explored by the two hold many wonders and magic. In particular they seem to know how to bring two teens together who haven't been truly happy in a long time and give them the power to change their lives out of their own strength and the innocent and loving feelings for each other.


    4/5 **** THERE YOU'LL FIND ME – An inspirited story about the incomprehensible ways of life, a tender love story and finding to God again.

    THERE YOU'LL FIND ME first didn't appear to be one of the stories that usually appeal to me. Surprisingly Finley's story spoke to me even before she arrived in Ireland, but once she'd set foot on the green island and her love story with Beckett was in full swing nothing could've kept me away from my copy of THERE YOU'LL FIND ME. by MissPageTurner

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    Shanese Mullins Finley Sinclair, little sister of Alex Sinclair (from Save the Date) travels to Ireland as a foreign exchange student where she hopes to change into someone better someone her old brother Will who was tragically taken away from them would be proud of. When Will was her age he went to Ireland where he fall in love with the place and found God, Finley decides she will follow in her brothers footsteps, seeing everything he saw. Armed with only Will's journal and the rest of the school year Finley will see and do it all.

    But Finley has so much going on in her life, she is still dealing with the lost of Will, she feels God has stopped speaking to her, she has an audition for a music school in NYC, her performance piece still isn't finished, and she's trying to deal with the stress of it all.

    On the plane Finley ends up sitting next to Beckett Rush, super movie star and Irish hottie but much to Beckett's surprise Finley could give two flying pigs about who he is or what he does. Not used to that at all Beckett takes a liking to Finley and feels he can form a real friendship with her. Through a list of funny ways Beckett becomes Finley's tour guide through Ireland, where not only a friendship blossoms but maybe something more.

    I loved this book. It was filled with a great mixed group of characters some nice and some less than so. Every character in the book good or bad had a role to play, one that made the book so much better. I knew going into this book it was going to be so much more than some young adult romance, I knew it was going to be deep and heartfelt, and I was right. I finished it in one seating, only a two hours. Jenny B. Jones take a storyline and makes it so much more. As I've said before I don't read Christian book but this author is amazing and this book can make anyone relate to it. It was funny, sad, deep, happy, and just plain ole good.

    What I love the most that the fact that you didn't have to read Save the Date in order to understand what was going on, it stood out on its own. I'd recommend this book to any and everyone.

    Also if you haven't read Save the Date by Jenny B. Jones, which is the tale of Finley's older brother Alex, Will's twin, you should.

    {Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy of this book from BookSneeze in exchange for an honest review. All opinions presented here are my own.} by Shanese Mullins

  • Such a beautiful book!5

    Kai Agito I can't really find the words to describe my feelings after reading, but I can say this: There You'll Find Me is heart wrenching and emotional. It's a wonderful story about loss and love and one girl's struggle to put back the pieces of her life shattered by a tragedy.

    There You'll Find Me is a touching journey of finding something you once have that you've lost: yourself, love, your faith in people and in Him, in a place where you least expect it to be. It has a little bit of everything; drama, romance, heart breaking and breath taking moments which makes it worth reading. It talks about faith and religion without being preachy, and its something everyone can appreciate reading once in a while. by Kai Agito

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    Fantastic! Loved it!5

    Novia Chang I don't read a lot of contemporary fiction. I'm more of an escapist reader who prefers fantasy, paranormal romance and science fiction but my friend KM from One Page at a Time raved about this book and recommended that I read it, and since she has never given me a bad recommendation, I thought I would give it a try. I loved There You'll Find Me so much. It made me laugh, made me cry, made me think about all the things in my own life that I try to control when I should really just let go and let God handle it. While I did not know it at the time, There You'll Find Me was exactly the kind of book I needed to read.

    Finley, heiress to a hotel chain and recovering party girl, cannot get over the death of her beloved older brother, Will. She is angry at God for not saving Will, a devout Christian and humanitarian who was working to rebuild schools in Afghanistan when he was killed by a bomb. Seeking closure and peace, Finley follows in her brother's footsteps by going to Ireland for her senior year of high school, just as he did.

    Finley is smart and snarky. She is also loving, kind and oh so flawed. I found her to be such a realistic and likable character. She considers Ireland a fresh start but for a girl who has felt that her life is out of control, Finley strives to control what she can (her diet, weight and her relationships with others) with disastrous results. There is an awesome romance in this book that is so sweet! Beckett is a teen heartthrob movie star (along the lines of Robert Pattinson) and the dialogue between he and Finley is hilarious. While I loved seeing the relationship between Finley and Beckett develop, it is not main focus of the book. There You'll Find Me is really about Finley's healing and finding her way back to a loving God who never left her in the first place.

    The main characters and the secondary characters in this book are very well developed and I must point out that Ireland itself is like a secondary character. The descriptions of the country are breathtaking and makes me want to get there and see it for myself! I also love Jones' subtle but effective writing, mainly the steady way we see Finley's issues spiraling out of control. The pacing in the book is perfect, it's never rushed and not too slow either.

    There You'll Find Me is not your mom's Christian fiction. It's fresh, funny, entertaining and extremely appealing to anyone who wants to read really good contemporary YA fiction. I want to thank Ms. Jones for showing me that a book about heavy issues can be sensitively written with humor and light. I'm really, really hoping that she plans on writing more books like this.

    Content: Kissing.

    My Rating: The Best! by Novia Chang

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