You Send Me

You Send Me

by Jeannie Moon

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Jordan Velsor didn't want to need anyone. After dumping her cheating fiancé, caring for her sick dad, and nearly being crushed along with her car during a violent storm, she's pretty much at her breaking point. If anyone needs some luck, it's Jordan, but the last thing she wants is gorgeous Nick Rinaldi, her landlord's grandson, hovering over her while she nurses a bad cold. The wounded Navy doctor seems too good to be true... which means he probably is.

Nick Rinaldi left the Navy broken and adrift, wondering if he would ever practice medicine again. When his grandparents' tenant is almost killed by a falling tree during a storm, he discovers Jordan is not only in shock, but suffering from pneumonia. Not one to miss an opportunity to play white knight, Nick arrives at her cottage to take care of her during the storm... But the lovely teacher has a a fierce independent streak, and as he learns more about her, he wants to do more than merely help.

Can Jordan and Nick let go of their separate pasts and seize their future together?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940159010278
Publisher: The Tule Publishing Group, LLC
Publication date: 05/30/2018
Series: Compass Cove , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 5,551
File size: 408 KB

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You Send Me 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Would have given 5 stars but thought the ending was too rushed, cramming everything in a few pages.
Red_Hatter More than 1 year ago
3.5 stars Heartwarming and sweet! You Send Me was nearly the book equivalent of a hallmark movie. A sexy, broody, but endlessly sweet doctor and a teacher with a kind heart recovering from a disastrous engagement come together in this emotional story. Surrounded by wonderful friends and family in a town where everyone looks out for each other it was easy for me to find myself wrapped up in Nick and Jordan’s story. While I loved the sweetness and the serious swoon going on there were moments that just sort of dragged for me also and I’d find myself not quite as drawn to the pages for a bit. Overall though, the heartfelt emotions were a thing of beauty and when I was hooked I was HOOKED. Nick and Jordan have near instant chemistry, but with the baggage each of them carried they kept things to a slow simmer for a while. Even with the slow burn they were absolutely adorable together every moment.
Red_Hatter More than 1 year ago
3.5 stars Heartwarming and sweet! You Send Me was nearly the book equivalent of a hallmark movie. A sexy, broody, but endlessly sweet doctor and a teacher with a kind heart recovering from a disastrous engagement come together in this emotional story. Surrounded by wonderful friends and family in a town where everyone looks out for each other it was easy for me to find myself wrapped up in Nick and Jordan’s story. While I loved the sweetness and the serious swoon going on there were moments that just sort of dragged for me also and I’d find myself not quite as drawn to the pages for a bit. Overall though, the heartfelt emotions were a thing of beauty and when I was hooked I was HOOKED. Nick and Jordan have near instant chemistry, but with the baggage each of them carried they kept things to a slow simmer for a while. Even with the slow burn they were absolutely adorable together every moment.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A sweet story of two people finding their way to be together.
Honolulubelle More than 1 year ago
Favorite Quotes: The dog sighed— sighed her annoyance at Jordan. A dog with an attitude. Didn’t it figure? Gertie practically rolled off the plush cushion and settled on her back on the blue patterned rug. Her short little legs were straight up in the air, feigning death. Nona was wringing her hands, and when she reached in her pocket, Nick thought she might break out her rosary. Whenever someone was sick, Lina hit the beads. It wasn’t that he didn’t want a wife and kids, he did, but the Navy was his first wife and she hadn’t let go easily. Even her dog was in love with him. As if she was staking her claim, Gertie laid at his feet and rolled over with a moan. The slut. He wasn’t afraid of much. In fact, Nick could only think of one thing that truly scared his grandfather. His grandmother. My Review: You Send Me was a slowly developing, tender, sweet, and somewhat angsty read with frequent bites of amusing humor and wit, and just a tiny bit of steam. It is always refreshing to me when the main characters aren’t in constant conflict with each other but are miraculously kind, nurturing, and supportive of each other – why is that such a rare occurrence in novels? I adored these characters, they were people I’d like to know and spend time with. The storylines were relevant and the writing was fluid, easy to follow, and held my interest. I’m enjoying this sweet series and look forward to a return to this pleasant community and circle of friends.
beckymmoe More than 1 year ago
Such a sweet romance! I love the history behind Compass Cove--the story of the town's name origin is just delightful, and the legend worked into this particular romance in a fun way. Jordan and Nick are great characters, and they make it easy to root for them to get a clue--man, does it take them a while!--and to finally get to their HEA. The story was a bit longer than it probably needed to be, and the reasons for starting the whole "fake relationship" part of the plot were a tad flimsy, but it's hard to argue with the results. This was my first book from Ms. Moon, but definitely not my last--book one in the series ( Then Came You ), with the librarian and the former football star, sounds particularly intriguing... :) Rating: 4 stars / B+ I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Nicolerko More than 1 year ago
I really fell in love with this book. The characters pulled me right in. What really made this book work for me was I felt like part of Compass Cove. I felt liked I lived there. I also enjoyed Jordan's dog Gertie. She's a little character. I knew I was going to cry while reading this one and I did. It gets quite emotional for me and the tears started flowing. My heart broke for Jordan. I wanted both Nick and her get their HEA. Both Nick and Jordan have some inner demons to work through if they want to reach that HEA. This was a beautiful story that grabbed me right from the beginning and wouldn't let me go. It's definitely not one you want to pass up.
Shweetsandi More than 1 year ago
I did things a wee bit backwards here as normal, I read book two in this series before I read the first book.... so yes folks it is okay and each one can work as a stand alone. This book was such a good romance to me and it would have been a five star read except I got a little bit lost in a few spots. This book began with a Jordan Velsor sitting on the beach trying to figure out how she is going to recover from finding her fiancee` nekked with is secretary right before the wedding. OH and she is suppose to accept it and marry him anyway. YEP, Not happening. Then there is Nick Rinaldi. Retired well medically discharged naval officer who happens to be a doctor. He is there in Compass Cove to recover and heal from several surgeries from the war. There is an instant connection between the two of them that they do not even realize. Part of it from him helping Jordan when she is sick. The other part is physical attraction and also I think something else is there, a kinship of sorts. There are wonderful side characters like Nick's grandparents and ALL his family. We also have the town's history that in itself is a beautiful story that I would LOVE for the author to take time and write that book...or maybe she has i need to go and look and see. There is so much more to this book than what i have talked about. I started reading this and never put it down. And I went and bought the first book so now I will know what I missed to catch up as well. This is another one of those books that an author is able to pen a story so well that I am wanting to find this quaint fictional town of Compass Cove to visit for a summer and find it's magic.
KerryACroucier More than 1 year ago
So much to like about this one! Two smart and likeable people are thrown together by circumstance with the potential to build a lasting relationship...what's not to like. I enjoyed this story, it is one I can see happening. Jordan is a strong, smart woman who doesn't want to depend on anyone. Nick is a person who, despite his baggage, is the perfect person to depend on. To me, this was a story of two very real people that was more every day than extraordinary situations and I loved that. The story brought both tears and laugh-out-loud moments, plus meddling family...what else can you ask for? I really enjoyed this story and the visit to Compass Cove!
BookSnuggle More than 1 year ago
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. --
RomanticReadsandSuch More than 1 year ago
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.**
Lindy6 More than 1 year ago
Really like this series ... I'll be anxious for the next one!
sbart84 More than 1 year ago
Loved this book when finding love when you least expect it. Jordan is still healing from a broken heart after she finds her fiancee in a compromised position with his sectetary and taking care of her father who is in hospice. Nick, a physician has returned to Compass Cove to live with his grandparents after leaving the Navy from an injury. A bad storm comes through Compass Cove and Nick comes to Jordan's rescue after a tree crushed her car. Only to find Jordan sick with pneumonia. As Nick nurses Jordan back to health, she asks him to visit her dad. Soon a fake engagement develops, but both with a lot on their plates will it turn into more. With a little bit of magic of Compass Cove will they find their "true north" and have their HEA. This book is so full of emotions, yes I did shed a few tears through out the story. Loved the journey that they both took in their relationship. I think we all need a Nick in our lives. This is the second book in the series but can be read as a stand alone. I could not put this book down today! I highly recommend!!
ljtljtljt More than 1 year ago
3.5 Stars! You Send Me by Jeannie Moon, is an interesting and engaging novel. This engagement of convenience romance is replete with an entertaining plot, well-defined characters, and a very emotional story-line. This is the second book from the author's Compass Cove series and it can be read as a standalone. Due to her ex-fiancee being a total jerk, grade school teacher Jordan Velsor has sworn off men. Jordan's free time is spent with her ailing father, who is now in hospice. As a storm is raging outside her window, Jordan's cold has evolved into pneumonia. Luckily her landlord's grandson, a former Navy doctor and pediatrician, comes to her rescue. Nick Rinaldi returned home to Compass Cove about a year ago to recoup, after being injured during his deployment. His grandparent's are Jordan's landlord and they treat her like a member of the family. Both Jordan and Nick are attracted to each other and they have a few hurdles to overcome in order to find their happiness together. Jeannie Moon is one of my favorite authors, and I always look forward to her next romance offering. This book was quite emotional, so I recommend keeping a box of tissues handy. The main characters were well-defined and I enjoyed getting to know them. Overall, a solid read. Complimentary copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley.
CatmomJD More than 1 year ago
Jordan Velsor and Nick Rinaldi couldn’t have been a better match. They just needed a little push to get there. Neither of them was looking for a relationship. Jordan was still heartbroken after finding her fiancé in a compromising position, with another woman, the day before their wedding and dealing with the fact that her father’s cancer was getting worse. Nick was still recovering from a war injury and wanting to get back to doing what he loves most, being a doctor. But, when their friendship is mistaken as more, they decide to play along with it. What could go wrong? I loved this book from the very beginning. It was easy to get attached to the characters. I fell for Nick right off with the way he took care of Jordan when she was sick when he really didn’t know anything about her except that she rented his grandparent’s cottage. I really liked Nick’s great big family too. They were fun. I really liked Jordan too and my heart hurt for her when she walked into her fiance’s office and found him fooling around with his secretary. Jordan’s friends brought a lot to the story too. This is the second book in a wonderful series set in a town called Compass Cove on Long Island with a long history of romance. I can’t wait to read the rest of the books.
EileenAW More than 1 year ago
WOW!! I loved, loved, loved You Send Me by Jeannie Moon, book two in her Compass Cove series. Once again she made me fall in love with her hero and heroine, Jordan and Nick, not that it was difficult to do. Nick has been watching Jordan since he returned to Compass Cove. He missed being able to run after his surgery. He needed to figure out what was next for this former Navy pediatrician with a bit of PTSD. Life had thrown too much at Jordan. She cancelled her wedding after she caught her fiancé with his pants down while in his office with his secretary. Her only family member, her dad, was in hospice care and she was not ready to lose him. And now this elementary school teacher was sick; not with the cold she thought, but pneumonia. Thankfully Dr. Nick and his grandparents, her landlord, watched over her as she recovered. Through a misunderstanding, Jordan’s dad thinks she and Nick are engaged. There is definitely magic in the town of Compass Cove, magic that helps Jordan and Nick find themselves and each other. There is definitely chemistry and attraction between these two. This story played with my emotions, wondering if these two would find their happy, ever after. These two characters grew so much closer during their journey of finding their “true north” and their true love. I totally loved reading this book and really had trouble putting this book down. Ms. Moon wrote a wonderful story, creating amazing characters, keeping the story interesting, making me forget the world around me and did not let me go until I turned the last page. I highly recommend this book to other readers and cannot wait for the next book in this amazing series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
DJTP More than 1 year ago
You Send me by Jeannie Moon, book two in the Compass Cove series. I've really enjoyed this book. I've read past books by this author and this one hasn't disappointed me. Loved the setting, the storyline and the characters. The author knows how to bring her characters together. The main character in this story is Jordan she has a broken engagement, her father is in hospice, then she ends up getting sick. Nick who is Jordan's landlord's grandson comes to her rescue a Navy dr. who is recuperating comes to her rescue and the story moves on from there. This story had some of everything. I look forward to the next book in the Compass Cove series and more by this author.
sandralb More than 1 year ago
You Send Me is the second book in the Compass Cove Series. Jeannie Moon does an excellent job of creating characters that will stay with you for a long time. I have found a new book boyfriend. Nick Rinaldi has the Hollywood good looks without the arrogance and attitude. He is compassionate, caring and a wonderful friend. Being a retired Naval Doctor did not hurt his chances either. Jordan Velsor is a teacher renting the little house next door to Nick's grandma and Paps. Grandma sent Nick over to check on Jordan during a storm. It's a good thing he came over when he did. He took her and the little dog home to grandma's to doctor and watch after her while she healed from pneumonia. This author is a great story teller. I did enjoy this book. But since this is my review, I must say I would have enjoyed it more and rated it higher than a 3.5 if it did not use Jesus Christ or God or drop the F bomb. Jeannie is such a good writer, I just didn't think it added to her already great story. I received a copy of this book from Tule Publishers through NetGalleys. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
LGuilfoil1 More than 1 year ago
Every book I read by Jeannie Moon just gets better than the last. You Send Me is no exception. This is the second book in her Compass Cove series, and I admit it, I’m totally in love with Nick! He’s a wounded vet with a heart of gold but a wounded soul, who keeps a part of himself closed off to everyone. Jordan is a woman who dodged a bullet, almost marrying the wrong man, and is gun-shy about ever opening herself up to anyone that much again. Circumstance throws them together, and they fight tooth and nail all the way down the twisty path to love. But oh, is it worth it! The writing is beautiful, the characters coming alive on the page to tug at your heart strings. I’m already looking forward to the next book in the series!
ytcruz More than 1 year ago
Once again, this author proves that she is a very talented storyteller. We go back to Compass Cove, the town where everyone knows you, and the legend of the compass that promises that you will find your “true north”. The main characters are elementary teacher Jordan Velsor, and Army veteran physician Nick Rinaldi. Her father is in hospice , dying from pancreatic cancer, and Nick is recovering from injuries , not only physical but also emotional. I appreciated that Ms Moon gave us complex individuals in their 30s. While the storyline is engaging, the thoughts it provokes is what I liked most. The story is not only about love but also about trusting all of yourself to another person. Opening up your heart and feelings is not easy, but the results of sharing who you really are and what you feel is what helps one have a fuller life. Specially when you find your “true north”. We also are reminded that the brave men and women that serve our country, suffer not only physical injuries but also emotional and psychological ones. They need our support upon their return, something we must not forget. Thank you , Ms Moon, for another wonderful story. I was entrusted this copy by Netgalley and Tule Publishing. The opinions expressed are solely my own.
CathyGeha More than 1 year ago
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. 4 Stars
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
You Send Me has just enough angst to draw readers in and the perfect pitch of heart to never let go. Moon is a soul whisperer. Her tales of bruised hearts move me to tears, even as they uplift my heart. Jordan and Nick could be anyone. The ever winding road has not always been kind to either, yet it manages to guide them to each other. At their most vulnerable, they have much to teach each other. She has to find the strength to be weak and he has to find the courage to heal. You Send Me is about accepting weakness and gaining strength because not despite of it.