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Finding Me, Finding You: Finding Series Book 1 by [James, Shealy]
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About the Author

Shealy James is a Georgia native who teaches middle school by day and disappears into the world of fiction at night.  She is an avid reader and writer who hopes to one day write full time and leave the world of middle school angst behind. A sucker for love and happy endings, Shealy likes to combine humor and drama to create stories that are both emotional as well as entertaining. Shealy lives her real-life romance everyday with her husband and new baby girl.

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  • File Size: 1690 KB
  • Print Length: 262 pages
  • Publication Date: September 22, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FE216BQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #572,525 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book is a journey over four years of college that pulls you right in! Every time I put the book down, I picked it right back up, wondering what was going to happen next. This story shows a friendship between Maggie and Parker that is filled with angst taking the reader through their minds as they move forward hopeful for something more. Growing up and figuring things out along the way.
The side characters in this book are very real, dealing with real situations that most people will find easy to relate to.
It's a great read with lots of moments that will make you excited,laugh and even cry. I can't wait to read more from this author!
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I can not understand why this book doesn't have anymore reviews ... I absolutely adored this book! My guess is that their is no half naked man on the cover!
That being said I'm not the best review writer but I'm going to do a small one at least because i believe this book deserves one.

This is a book about a group of kids wanting a new start in college . This story is a span of 4 years . 4 years that takes through sorrow, pain , friendship and love. Even though this story mainly focuses on Parker and Maggie you will fall in love with everyone. there is no one in this book that causes trouble to keep them apart its just a slow journey to finding out who they are and what they want .

Shealy James is going on my list of Authors to follow , As someone who reads a book a day I sometimes have to read them again to remember what happened. This will be a book i remember and for that i say THANK YOU!
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Never before have I read such a thorough and detailed portrait of youth, its complexities, its challenges, and its connections to the older generation. This was a hard one to put down. I followed the perspective of each of the characters, experiencing the twists and turns of their challenges and heartbreaks, as well as their joys. It is a reminder that youth is not always the most blissful time; it is riddled with complex relationships and painful discoveries. A must-read for anyone who appreciates characters who effectively convey the intricacies of life and the relationships that often direct the paths we take.
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I really enjoyed this book. Maggie grew up very protected by her Daddy and her best friend Max. She never really had a boyfriend or went on dates. Hell everyone was so afraid of her Dad that no one even asked her out. Her Mother constantly picks at her about everything. She has almost no confidence at the beginning at the book. Parker has his own issues. He doesn't date. He sleeps with girls and lets them know up front that nothing more is going to happen. He doesn't necessarily sleep with lots of girl, he just doesn't date them either. His Mother died when he was a teenager and it scarred him. He doesn't ever want to feel for someone again for fear or getting hurt again. When the book starts Maggie and Max are starting their first year of college. They have known each other their whole life and lived next to each other the whole time. They do everything together. So going to college together was a no brainer for them. Maggie's parents followed them to school to help them unload and get settled in. That is how they meet Parker. He is Max's room mate. Maggie thinks he looks like a god. Parker is attracted to her too. But, her Dad immediately lets her know that she is off limits and that he will chop his balls if he touches her. Parker tells himself that no girl is worth that much trouble even if she looks like Maggie does. Maggie's room mate is Sarah and the four of them begin to hang out. Maggie and Parker both play soccer. They also have the same major. They found out the Maggie, Max, and Parker have some of the same classes. This lets them hang out and study together often. The book takes place over all four years of high school. It was great reading how the four of them grew and learned about them selves. Parker and Maggie did that the most.Read more ›
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When I first started to read this book, I thought I'd know where it would lead just like every other story, but I was wrong. Although it was a little slow paced, soon I realized there was a purpose for it and the end was TOTALLY worth it. It's sweet & truly heart warming. The story details the 4 years of college for Maggie & Parker, including those close to them. It gives you a vivid picture of life on campus and all its experiences. Maggie and Parker's journey truly defines the expression "love is friendship set on fire". The story made me laugh, cry and even got me frustrated at times. I won't give away much of her story otherwise it would be pointless to read but I can say I truly enjoyed it and can't wait for more. As everyone should know...an author is talented when she can get her audience to connect with her characters. That is what Shealy James has done. I recommend this book to anyone and will definitely read more from this author.
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At first when I started reading this book I had to put it down and pick it back up twice because I had a little trouble getting into the story. Once I got past the initial meeting of Maggie and Parker, the story did pick up a little bit but even at that rate the story was a little slow paced.
Maggie doesn’t see how beautiful she is thanks to a mother that finds faults in here in everyway possible, especially with her twin sisters being what Maggie’s mother defines as perfect and has an over protective father that doesn’t want any man near his little girl.
Parker just wants to move away from his dad. To his dad, the things that he does will never be enough. Ever since his mother died, his father has been riding him about every little thing and all Parker wants to do is leave and never look back.
Max is the best friend that has always been by Maggie’s side and they view each other as brother and sister, but even Max can’t make Maggie see how beautiful she is on both the inside and outside.
Maggie has zero confidence at the beginning of the book and the way she views herself almost made me put this book down half a dozen times. I have a lot of issues with characters that think they are the worst looking human ever. Does she describe herself as that? No. But the way she portrays herself it definitely comes off like that and it upset me to no end. Parker doesn’t do relationships. He doesn’t need to complications. He enjoys women who know the score and are satisfied with only the one night they will spend with him.
But for Parker, Maggie is different and for Maggie, Parker is the first man that she’s actually had any real interest in. She didn’t even date when she was in high school.
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