#BlogTour #FiveBlushRead #2019Favorite ~~ Loving Juniper by Sadia Ash
Loving Juniper by Sadia Ash
Release Date: June 4, 2019
LOUISA’S 5 BLUSH, BEST OF 2019 REVIEW
That’s all I have ever wanted from Sadia Ash is a happy ending for Kyle and Juniper. She has granted me my wish.
Seeing this couple come full circle and to see their love blossom and bloom was absolute magnificence. I couldn’t have asked for more.
Juniper and Kyle’s adventure has been one of my all-time favorites. Sadia Ash’s writing pulls you in, takes you by the heart and soul and brings you into their world. Sadia’s writing is enthralling, entrancing and beautiful to read. While I was reading the smile on my face was plastered on and there was no way of making my heart grow anymore. Seeing these two grow into the couple they have always been meant to be was surreal and wonderful. There may have been obstacles to get to this point but in Loving Juniper we see their lives become one, their everyday meld into one. The epilogue made my heart bursts and I am hoping that Sadia Ash continues to grace us with her beautiful mind and writing. Seeing more from the characters from this series and hopefully seeing even more of a peek into the HEA of Kyle and Juniper in the coming books.
Loving Juniper, the much anticipated final book in the bestselling Smoke Series by Sadia Ash.
“To travel around in a circle and come back to the same place you started can be either a source of failure or a source of discovery. It depends on what you are looking for. A year ago, I left this museum to travel outside the circle, and now I was back in its fold. And what I had been looking for ended up being right back here…at home,” says Juniper Mills.
For Kyle Paxton, everything comes full circle in a strange sort of synergy as the lost love he has been trying to find for two years is finally in front of him.
What happens when Juniper comes back home after a year of living her dream job in London and Ireland as a Celtic curator?
This is Juniper and Kyle’s final love note. An extended epilogue to the epic love story that began in Ann Arbor with Juniper Smoke, and now concluded in Loving Juniper in San Francisco. After hundreds of days apart over thousands of miles, will Juniper and Kyle finally find journey’s end?
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“Now,” Kyle stated, standing up. “I have some very important business to do.” Bending over, I started stacking the plates to hide my disappointment that he would be working again.
Kyle snatched the dishes out of my hands and put them down. He grabbed my hand and began to lead me out of the patio…and into the living room. There, he pressed me flush against the wall to wall windows and stared into my eyes. “June-Bug,” he said, so softly that I thought it was my imagination. “My business is with you.”
“As I don’t work with you, I have no business with you.”
“I’m afraid that it’s a very serious matter…you will need to make it your business.”
“Serious or not, your fetish for bringing business into our bedroom needs to stop.”
“Have I told you how cute you look in that dress?”
I was wearing the new wrap dress I’d bought from Aurora James, during our New York trip. Decked in stripes of wine red, salmon, periwinkle, and navy blue, it had a cute bodice and a clingy skirt. Feeling sexy in the way the sheer chiffon clung to my figure, I eased away from him and lifted one corner of the belted wrap-around. “See. It’s a marvel of technology.”
Readily taking the belt, he tugged at it until the dress fell open. “Open sesame. That is my favorite dress of all.” Seeing my Agent Provocateur nude and sugar pink lingerie embroidered on an invisible net base, Kyle gasped. “Why, a present for me? You shouldn’t have.”
With a soft laugh, I dragged his neck closer to me, bringing his lips firmly onto mine. I kissed him with all the pent-up pain and uncertainty of the past week until it flooded with just longing and longing only. My hands went to the back of his neck, sliding up through his hair. I released his mouth and whispered against his ears. “I love you.”
He didn’t respond. Instead, he caught my mouth again, his hands slipping off my dress and, seizing my hips, he lifted me up until my legs were laced around his back. Carrying me, he walked around the living room and took me up the stairs, still kissing me somehow. I hissed and leaned back, letting the electricity between us rise and rise until it consumed us, taking us to places we’d traveled before, but could never tire of…
Everyone has a story to tell. I am humbled when anyone—a stranger, friend or loved one—reads what I wrote. So, thank you!
Sadia Ash works in TV story development and moonlights as a sushi monster and novelist in her not-so-free time. Currently working on the development of three TV shows, including The Memory of Water and A Girl in Istanbul, she is working on a film script as well, but keeps getting distracted by her two teens, witty husband, and skittish cat, Misha. She holds an MA English degree from Loyola University in Chicago, a Screenwriting Certificate from UCLA, and Masters in English Literature from NUML University. She lives in California and misses her hometown Chicago, but not the snow.
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