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IT’S TIME TO FIND JUNIPER!
Finding Juniper by Sadia Ash is LIVE!!!
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Louisa’s 5 Blush Review
Wow, I am so late to the party with this one, and I am sorta glad.
The epic beginning of Kyle and Juniper’s story (Juniper Smoke) was just that…EPIC. For many, there was a long gap between books, but I JUST read Juniper Smoke last week and only had a 3 day wait for Finding Juniper. (Many have been waiting years) I applaud all of those who lasted long, but I have a feeling they agree that the wait was worth it.
Two people who are lost and damaged, two souls who were meant to be together, when their worlds collide the fireworks are never-ending. The magnificent writing of Sadia Ash had me entranced, and I just couldn’t stop. Hearing the story with a dual point of view was necessary and meaningful.
I loved seeing the development and growth of these two characters from beginning to end. They often didn’t see eye to eye, but their love and devotion were strong. Kyle often was unable to show Juniper his feelings. His childhood was a mess, never feeling loved or wanted has stunted his ability to display and feel emotion. Juniper, however, was the catalyst to bring him back to life.
Juniper grew up a man-hater, someone who’s mother told her never to trust a man….ever. Her instinct was to not believe Kyle, but her heart knew otherwise. Juniper began this journey a different woman, but as time progresses, she becomes stronger, more confident and this was one of my most favorite parts of the entire series. Seeing her coming into herself. As she grew stronger, we begin to look at Kyle learn to let go, be himself, feel the world around him. It was beautiful to watch it all unfold.
These books have given new meaning to angst. The back and forth was brisk and often, the need to scream at my kindle severe at times. Their inability to acknowledge their feelings, to each other, wasn’t due to immaturity or stupidity, but for the way, they both were raised. Their relationship was the perfect storm. Their need for each other outweighed their beliefs in that needing a partner was necessary for happiness and a fulfilled life.
This is one of those books that stays with you, gives you the flutters in your stomach and make you smile one moment and cry at the next. A roller coaster of excitement, the highs, and the ultimate lows, their sorrows and their ecstasy sneaking into your bones.
Sadia Ash has outdone herself with Finding Juniper, giving us the epic conclusion to Kyle and Juniper’s story.
“Love is all that matters.”
From London with love… or indifference?
I have loved Kyle Paxton since I met him a year ago. We’ve gone through a lifetime of love and breakups. I can’t be with him. But I can’t keep away. I need to try to love him the way he is. Imperfect. Broken.
In an age of casual hookups, can our love survive?
Finding Juniper picks up where Juniper Smoke left off. Faster paced, with more sparks, more plot, more drama, more intensity: get ready for another fun ride as Juniper and Kyle fall in love over time and place. From Ann Arbor Michigan to San Francisco in the first book to London and Ireland in Finding Juniper… catch up with Juniper and Kyle on this breathless journey of what unconditional love means.
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Sadia Ash has held jobs in different fields that involved writing (and never math) in some way. She has worked for film and TV publicity with the Prenner Group, did news and TV placement for Aeros (a NASA project), edited scripts for indie films, and fundraised. A lot. A serial volunteer, she has raised funds for many charities that educate and help girls in disenfranchised regions.
Currently working on two novels, a TV show, and a film script, Ash is addicted to British shows, lattes, and sushi, though her fictional characters, thankfully, don’t have such banal tastes and uneventful lives. She holds an MA English degree from Loyola University in Chicago, a Screenwriting Certificate from UCLA and Masters in English Literature from NUML. Hailing from Chicago, she now lives in California with her husband, two teens, and Misha Collins, their cat.
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