“There You’ll Find Me” by Jenny B. Jones

23 Sep

“There You’ll Find Me” by Jenny B. Jones

Two years after her brother Will is killed in a terrorist bombing Finley Sinclair decides it is time to heal and reconnect with God. Following in her brother’s footsteps, Finley departs to study abroad in Ireland. Since he felt close to God in Ireland she hopes it will be the same for her. She believes it is the only place where she can find the ending to her music piece dedicated to Will, except she must finish it before her audition at the Manhattan music conservatory. Once there Finley becomes fast friends with her host family, but things don’t go as planned when she meets local movie star Beckett Rush and becomes his assistant in exchange for his help as a tour guide. Then instead of recovering from her loss, Finley starts receding little by little, when will God show up to piece her back together?

At first I assumed this book would be just like most teen novels are today where there is a famous movie star, an unaffected teenager, both don’t get along at first and then at the end they fall in love. Well this did go along those lines but, it was much more than other teen novels, it deals with grief, determination, love, humor, standing up for yourself and it does an amazing job portraying God; no matter what situation you find yourself in God will always be there waiting for you to let him in. I truly did enjoy this book; Jenny B. Jones did an impressive job depicting real emotion, to the point where you could actually understand Finley and what she was going through. Overall it is an excellent book, engaging quick read, I give it 4.5 stars.

Many Thanks to Thomas Nelson publishers for providing me with a copy of this book to review.  I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are mine and mine alone.

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