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A romantic vivid novel that takes place in the tender time of a young woman’s life Heather has graduated from college and is traveling around Europe with her two best friends She’s left school responsibility behind and adult r. You were my biggest fear he said You really were You Heather Christine Mulgrew Well I don t think I have to beat around the bush in my review about what this book is about The cover and the title illustrate perfectly that The Map That Leads to You is about that chance meeting between two people and for whatever reason the stars align and a journey begins So I definitely cannot cry Damn you insta love Frankly because that is not exactly how the story unfolds In this case we have Heather a recent college graduate backpacking across Europe with her two besties the spirited Amy and the very grounded Constance just enjoying the carefree last days of youth before entering the real world While on a train to Amsterdam Heather meets Jack a late twenty something journalist retracing the post WWII travels of his grandfather Sparks of both passion and annoyance intrigue Heather enough to want to get to know the enigmatic Jack The dialogue between the two is reminiscent of Dawson s Creek but where I thought this would be rather nauseating I felt myself plunging headlong into the story Because this isn t a mushy romance Jack and Heather have their ups and downs in many different countries As much as they love the two also fight and Heather feels that Jack just doesn t get her Heather is conflicted in her feelings for Jack because he doesn t fit in the plan Awww the plan Education Job Marriage Heather with the baby carriage Instead Jack pushes Heather s buttons and challenges her ideals and career But Heather is no push over Hallelujah and the trip becomes about the soul searching of what she really wants Can Heather break free of her parent s expectations and throw caution to the wind Or is Jack supposed to be part of the journey and not the destination Now if I cannot sell you on the romance let me tell you the other reason that I LOVED this book The travel Amsterdam ParisBerlin and all the places in between Oh my Trust me it will make you grab your passport and check out all the places described But for now you can just live vicariously through the characters Hands down author JP Monninger has written one of the most beautiful descriptions of Paris Paris is the cupped hand of a woman accepting a match light from a man at a small round table under a chestnut tree thirty minutes before a rainstorm STANDING UP AND CLAPPING I unashamedly admit that lines like that seduce me Consider me successfully wooed The third little gem of the book is the relationship between Heather and her two best buds Amy and Constance I liked how they were there for each other and how their sub stories were fleshed out Each of them was changed by their European adventures for better or for worse Early on I was wondering why Monninger would choose to have three girls because Amy was cut out of the story for a bit I saw later on that she was a bit of a cautionary tale which gives the story a bit of an edge amidst all the romance But before I leave my review it would probably be useful to explain why this failed as a five The thing is I didn t enjoy the last 20% of the book albeit I can see why we needed to go through unhappy Heather because she has the ultimate decision to make but I HATED that ending Ironically I think I would have still hated it if Monninger had gone the other route It felt a bit predictable a little Cameron Crowe or Nicholas Sparks than I had anticipated Thanks to NetGalley and StMartin s Press for a digital galley in exchange for an honest review

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Randfather’s journal to various cities around Europe But in the same way that forces are bringing Jack and Heather together life and duty are pushing them apart And Jack has a secret that is going to change absolutely everything. Copy received through NetGalleyThere s something about this review it just doesn t want to get written Getting into this book was close to impossible but once I did I enjoyed every minute of itThe start is slow but the writing is well done and while the characters don t carry any special characteristics they still jump off the page The organization of the text left me with uestion marks throughout the reading process but something about the story kept me reading I loved the abundance of drama it s why I love romance novels so muchThis is the perfect read for any fan of romance novels That Nicholas Spark s uote on the cover says it allPre review note May 7th 2017I finally focused long enough to finish it RTC


10 thoughts on “The Map That Leads To You

  1. says:

    My reviews can also be seen at I have mentioned before I don't read a lot of romance novels but something about this book intrigued meHeather has just graduated from Amherst college She will be starting a job as an investment banker

  2. says:

    35 stars rounded up This read like a Young Adult romance with the added fun of a group of friends traveling through Europe after college I absolutely loved the adventurous travel That part really made the book for me I think if I were fifteen or even twenty years younger I would have given this book five stars It was harder for m

  3. says:

    You were my biggest fear he said You really were You Heather Christine Mulgrew Well I don't think I have to beat around the bush in my review about what this book is about The cover and the title illustrate perfectly that The Map That Leads to You is about that chance meeting between two people and for whatever reason the stars ali

  4. says:

    45While scrolling through my library's e audiobook offerings I came across this unfamiliar novel The cover and the title grabbed me so I placed a holdSometimes it pays to take a chance To say this was a pleasant surprise would be an understatement It's basically about two young Americans Heather and Jack who meet on a train to Amsterdam It's a love story complete with travelling famous and less famous landmarks literatu

  5. says:

    Poignant compelling and endearingly romanticThis is a coming of age story about friendship responsibility independence and first love all wrapped up in a beautiful travel guide to some of the most breathtaking historical landmarks monuments and cities in EuropeThe characters are young enthusiastic and adventurous

  6. says:

    ”You will try to imagine where he is in that exact instant when he had turned and started to travel towards you you to him and how the world around both of you took no notice ” Synopsis For those of you wondering what wo

  7. says:

    Copy received through NetGalleyThere’s something about this review it just doesn’t want to get written ¯ツ¯Getting into this book was close to impossible but once I did I enjoyed every minute of itThe start is slow but the writing is well done and while the characters don’t carry any special characteristics they still jump off the page The organization of the text left me with uestion marks throughout the reading proce

  8. says:

    I'm a sucker for flirtatious banter like in The Bet and The Book of Broken Hearts The banter at the beginning of this one though had my eyes rolling Once I stopped rolling my eyes LOL it made for an entertaining read Liked

  9. says:

    All the feels The love story is as exuisite as Monninger's writing and lingers with you long after you finish the book THE MAP THAT LEADS TO YOU is a new favorite of mine

  10. says:

    Oh my gosh I’m slayed This book y’all It was everything I wanted Heather is traveling through Europe with her two best friends Enter Jackon a train to AmsterdamIt is so much complicated then my previous statement It is rich with friendsh

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