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There You'll Find Me

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Grief 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 ca ...more
Published October 4th 2011 by Oasis Audio (first published October 3rd 2011)
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Melannie :)
Remember I was crazy excited about this book?
I thought I was definitely going to love this book.

Turns out I was absolutely and 100% right. Well, kind of. I l don't think I imagined I was going to love it this much.
I read it four days ago and I still think about it and smile, but let's get down to business, here's the review:

There are times when you like a book because the characters are funny or because the story is good.

There are times when you love a book, because you relate to it or maybe be
Wow! This book was so much more than I was expecting. The cover makes you think it's going to be a light romance, and the synopsis doesn't really tell you how serious the subject matter is or how much truth is spoken in the words of this story.

At its core, There You'll Find Me is about healing from past wounds. Hotel heiress Finley (love her name, by the way!) goes to Ireland two years after the death of her brother hoping to escape her home and party-girl reputation. She's been through therapy,
This book was really hard for me to rate.. I did liked it a lot (I simply LOVED some of the characters in this story), and it could have been a 5 stars book, but all that talk about God and prayers was definitely not for me.

Let me get this strait, it's not that I don't believe in God (truth being told I don't know how much I do either), but I don't like reading about this subject and I had to skip entire paragraphs.

Except for this little discomfort, the book was amazing, that's why the high rati

Two things I love about books is that they take you to
places that you have never been and make you feel things
that you have never felt. I loved this book because not
only did it take me to Ireland (after reading this I really
love to visit Ireland) it also made me feel the familiar
feeling of loss and pain.

Finley Sinclair was struggling after the death of her
brother Will. Her brother left a journal documenting his
trip to Ireland and how he found God there. Trying to find
out for herself what
Oct 06, 2012 Katy rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I thought this was going to be a heart-warming story, but I wasn't crazy about it at all.

First of all, I could not stand Finley. The book description said she was "witty, tough and driven," but I thought she was snobby and bitchy. She had this "been there, done that" attitude, and she was so quick to judge people by stereotypes and label them as a certain type. She did that with Beckett. She did that with Beatrice. She did that with Taylor and the actress types. And she did that with Mrs. Sweene
Mar 23, 2013 Marie rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Wow. Yeah. So.
How do I say this. I unladylike fell head over heels in love with this book.
You know that happy place everyone has? Well this book took me to mine in a smooth long and laughable journey.
Mrs Sweeney had me choked up, I had so much sympathy and admiration for her as a person and if her sister hadn't shown and offered her the forgiveness she seeked I would have had some serious ass kicking to do.
When she went, a piece of my heart went with her. I was so sad until I imagined her ha
Merve S.
Sep 11, 2012 Merve S. rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites, romance
Hani bazı kitaplar vardır, eline aldın mı ve daha okumaya başlamadan "İşte bu." dersin. "Beni Orada Bulacaksın" da o kitaplardan.. Nasıl anlatsam bilmiyorum ama çok hoştu, çok güzeldi. Dün gece kitabı bitirdiğim de, durup düşünmeden edemedim. Kitabın bölümlerini, en önemlisi "bir şeylere olan inancımı" tekrar gözden geçirdim. Yani bir kitap gibi değildi, okurken resmen uyarladım hayata. :)

Zaten İrlanda'ya olan müthiş bir hayranlığım var ve bu kitabı almamdaki en önemli etkenlerden biri de oydu.
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When I was younger, I used to write stories about a group of friends who lived in Ireland. It was just a random country I picked out in the world atlas, and I thought I liked the sound of Ireland as a setting. Of course, I really knew nothing of the country then, and it wasn't until later on that I read and watched some stuff about Ireland on TV that I realized none of what I wrote was even the least bit realistic. But my recent trip to Europe got me to meet a YFC m
Kai (Amaterasu Reads)
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This is such a beautiful book.

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.

I had to pause for a while and gather my bearings after I finished reading this. I was a bit misty eyed when I leafed through the last page.

One of the most adorable a
Sep 04, 2011 Isamlq rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Normally, Christian Fiction? Not my thing. And yet, THERE YOU'LL FIND ME has me feeling a bit different. A good portion of it is Finley's struggling to find her center again, her faith. I cannot say that I could connect to her while reading about her struggle but I did believe it. As an MC she's quite different. I liked that she's stand-offish and that she had a goal in mind in everything she did. I enjoyed her trying to find her place... with her family, in her academics, with the new boy she'd ...more
Karla Mae (Reads and Thoughts)
This is definitely one of the best book i've read. And i could definitely say that i started the year with a BANG! since its one of the first books i've read as the year enters and i'm definitely happy about it definitely not dissapointed!

The past two years have been a struggle for Finley Sinclair as she face the death of his brother, Will on the hands of the terrorists. In a way to fix her life she decided to head to Ireland to finish her senior year and follow her borther's footsteps. Equip
Amber Stokes
Wow!! The charm of Ireland, the angst of young adulthood, and the beautiful craziness of life come together to make this an engaging, moving read! Jenny B. Jones has a winning and creative writing style that somehow combines humor and sincerity in a way that keeps the pages turning and the journey going. And this is one journey that I'm so very glad I took!

There You'll Find Me features quite a cast of quirky characters, many of whom charm the reader's heart despite their unique first impressions
I loved this book. This is my favorite book now that I have read! I was really encouraged by this. If you are going through a hard time in your life, hopefully this will help you like it helped me.
Aug 05, 2012 Ruth rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites
When her brother Will was killed in a terrorist bombing, Finley Sinclair's carefully ordered life came undone. Consumed by grief and anger, she lashed out at those closest to her, alienating her family and becoming an infamous party girl whose tabloid-worthy exploits masked a depression that threatened to consume her. The God who once seemed as close as her beloved brother fell silent. Following a family intervention and a stint in therapy, Finley -- further guilt-ridden over what her rebellious ...more
Dawn Teresa
Sep 17, 2011 Dawn Teresa rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
*Originally posted on my blog, Read Love

This was my first experience with both NetGalley and Jenny B. Jones (thank you, Thomas Nelson!). I'm happy to report it was a positive one. I don't have a lot of experience reading Christian fiction, so I was a little surprised that There You'll Find Me felt very contemporary. In fact, in the early pages, I was looking for differences to set it apart from similar mainstream releases like Anna and the French Kiss. On the surface, these two titles seemed sim
♥ Sarah

I liked the overall message of the story. I think the intentions behind the story are applaudable; and are relatable to some extent: having doubts, feeling alone, lost, angry, questioning ones' faith, and so on. Also, I liked the meaning behind Finley's name, and I liked reading about her journey; YET I somehow still felt like there was something missing. The story, when it came full circle, didn't deliver the emotionally powerful punch I was craving.

I think it was because there were too man
I wanted to read this book so when I saw this book up on netgalley, I couldn’t deny the temptation. I requested it in a heartbeat. And I’m so glad I was approved.

I do admit that it didn’t entirely meet my expectations, needless to say it was still a good and refreshing story. I kinda like Caleb + Kate (a Christian fiction too) better but the plot of There You’ll Find Me is charming with a tinge of realism. Some may have an impression that books like these tend to be preachy, which is not. Regard
I can’t believe that I waited so long to get to this book. It absolutely blew me away.

Finley was such a real character; she grieved in more ways than one and with no one to really turn to (especially in a foreign country), she looked for her faith in the landscape of Ireland, where her murdered brother, Will, felt closest to his own faith. She struggled to understand the beauty that Will saw while he studied abroad, and my heart ached for her as she missed the importance and beauty of life in th
Truly Bookish
Nov 10, 2011 Truly Bookish rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I’m not a big fan 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 G ...more
Gwendolyn Gage
A brilliant, upbeat story about a teen's search for peace and answers after losing a close sibling, and I enjoyed it enough to name it a favorite. First YA listed among my favorite books. Finley was witty, sassy, and fun. I enjoyed her even more than the hero (which is rare), and easily related to her need for control. As Finley realized her destructive patterns, I saw parallels in my own life. Books don't usually minister to me on such a level, and it was a huge surprise, coming from a YA.

Zemira (Kylo Ren fangirl) Warner
Sep 20, 2011 Zemira (Kylo Ren fangirl) Warner rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: fans of Caleb+Kate
Yes,I admit I was expecting a good old contemporary romance. But it was so much more than that. I was enjoying it so much I didn't even think about the romance.

Do you remember this scene from Pride and Prejudice?

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I felt so good while watching that and through the whole book I had the same feeling,like there is something bigger than me in this world.

Two years ago Finley lost her brother Will and now in her senior year of high school she is in Ireland where her brother was spending
This is my third Jenny B. Jones novel and by far my favorite. She manages to take a somewhat implausible story line and create something genuine and moving. I was kind of expecting another "teen" book with some extra fluff thrown in for good measure, but this was so much more. Finley was so believable to me - somewhat prickly and sarcastic, but underneath that harboring a lot pain. Between her brother's death, battered reputation and high-pressure audition for the NY Conservatory of Music, she h ...more
Jill Williamson
Dec 03, 2011 Jill Williamson rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
When Finley Sinclair leaves home to study abroad in Ireland, her goal is to follow in her brother Will’s footsteps, using his journal as a guide. She wants to see the places Will saw, feel what he felt when he traveled through Ireland before he died. She’s hoping for closure, and an ending to the song she is composing.

But she meets Hollywood heartthrob Beckett Rush on the airplane—the last thing she needs, another guy who’s full of himself and drawn to trouble. But her lack of interest intrigues
Sep 14, 2015 Jill rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I really liked the way this book starts, and how they first meet. I also like how not only is he famous, but she is also rich and well known, and it is hinted that she had a party girl past until her brother's death. I think that it sets this book apart from others like it. Finley is pretty awesome because she is driven, but she has her quirks and her rough past. I also love Beckett, because he isn't just a bad boy but he fits into the B and B atmosphere. I do truly like them. I also like all th ...more
I LOVED THIS BOOK and I think that Jenny B. Jones is Exceptional! This is the first book that I've read by her, but wow oh wow, it did wonders for me. I first learned of this book from Goodreads and simply put it on my wish list, not thinking too much about it, but when I received it for my birthday, I finished it within a two day span. (Probably faster if I would have read it straight through, but I knew it would be terrific so I spaced it out for as long as I could.) At first, I just thought t ...more
May 14, 2013 Kelli rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: young-adult
This is sweet. Its a great setting and Finley is pretty quirky to read. Its not a bad book to end up with. Jenny B. Jones really got the setting of the book in Ireland. The array of characters all have a voice + are written really well. The story line has some unbelievable elements to it. Some of the movie set stuff, and Beckett conveniently staying at the same hotel when all the other actors aren't is a little far fetched. However, the story flows and looking past that helps. It will definitely ...more
Mar 23, 2011 Caitlin marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Ireland? I'm in.
leanna  -when am I not bored-
Oh my gosh! this book makes me want to go to ireland so bad!
Feb 22, 2015 Yaya rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A good, fast, easy read.
Cait • A Page with a View
The premise was cute - a girl goes to Ireland for her senior year to connect with the memory of her brother, meets a teen movie star on the plane, and then finds out he's staying at her host family's B&B. She makes it very clear she's not like other girls and is in no way attracted to him... so a cliche plot ensues. But there's IRELAND!

The setting was definitely the best part of this book. Otherwise, the main character was a bit irritating and there was just so much unnecessary & petty
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Four-time Carol Award winner Jenny B. Jones writes contemporary romance with wit, sass, and Southern charm. Since writing for both women and teens leaves her with very little free time, she believes in spending her spare hours in meaningful, intellectual pursuits, such as watching E!, going to the movies and inhaling large buckets of popcorn, and writing her name in the dust on her furniture. www. ...more
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“To truly try means to accept God's love, his healing, to accept the world can be ugly, but your heart doesn't have to be. It takes courage, Finley the warrior. You haven't held on to your anger and bitterness in search of healing, but as a banner of your hurt. Because it's real and visible and strong, " she said. "But so is God's love and so are those arms he's holding out for you.” 126 likes
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