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Blaise Knight is content. She owns a trendy, in-demand flower boutique, has great friends, and an obsession with red velvet cake. After a string of disappointing dates, Blaise decides to give up dating, and focus on the things that are most important to her.
Greyson Steele is the “family stud”. After his stint in the Delta Force, he is coerced into the family business. And, his manipulative mother is planning a wedding for him to a woman he can’t stand. But Greyson has other plans. At thirty-nine, Greyson is ready to settle down, but only with a woman he chooses.
After meeting the fiery owner of Knight in Bloom, Greyson finds his match. Sparks fly when Blaise and Greyson meet. Can he convince her to take a chance on him? Or will Blaise’s past ruin their chances for a future? Their romance forces Greyson on a chase halfway around the world to solve a mystery, and find his love.
"Coming home was a completed masterpiece and had me guessing the further the story continued. Blaise and Greyson's chemistry was electric and mesmerizing. I loved the bond that Greyson and Cade had because it was genuine and sincere. Ellie is very interesting and I can't wait to learn more about her story because she is an interesting character and her past has me very intrigued. I didn't think I could like a book from Jourdyn better than something about Eve but this one was just a tad bit better and I'm glad that I added it to my collection. I hope one day she turns these books into a movie because I'd definitely go watch them and I hope they did the book justice. I definitely recommend this book and all the books she writes because they are well thought out and just beautifully written!" - Ariel (Amazon)
"This is my first time reading a Jourdyn Kelly book and I have to say that I am now a fan. To say I loved this book seems so mediocre but that's the best I can do :). The characters were well developed without their history/past being dragged on and on unnecessarily. I loved the cheeky dialogue between Blaise and Greyson (I was a bit jealous of her quick it and snappy comebacks). I was honestly expecting a quick " and they lived happily ever after" as I got closer to the end but the twist was a surprise and a delight. I cannot wait to find out what happens with Cade and Ellie; it seems she has a lot of secrets that need I to be told. I would definitely recommend this book." - Tonia T Amet (Amazon)
"I thoroughly enjoy books like this with a story line you can follow, that hooks you in from the start. The meat of the story didn't take off immediately, but the characters were what hooked me in so fast. I loved reading about their lives and felt connected to them almost instantly. Once it really got going, the story line AND my connection with the characters made it hard to put down. I would definitely recommend Coming Home to anyone who enjoys a book that has a little bit of everything...romance, suspense, lovable characters, and comic relief. Now that I know Ms. Kelly has cross-over characters in her novels, I will be sure to go back and read the two I haven't gotten to yet!" - Lisa Casarez (Amazon)
I’ve been in Houston, Texas, writing novels and designing websites since 2009. Moving here was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made, because I’ve been able to live wonderfully, and write my heart out. I’ve always enjoyed the arts in one form or another. Music sets the mood, reading stimulates my brain, and writing allows me to utilize my imagination in any way I want. I’ve been writing stories since I was a teen, and figured out it was my passion when I finished my first novel, Something About Eve.
I love being captivated by books that lead me into different, exotic places, and through impossible scenarios. I love being able to become someone else for a time. Reading has always inspired me to bring my own characters out to play. My hope is that my writing will inspire others, or at the least, give them a way to escape from everyday life for a little while.
If I'm not writing or reading, I'm training for triathlons. It's a good way to challenge my body the way I challenge my brain when writing. I'm not the greatest at it, but not only do I do it for the challenge, I do it for charity. It's a good motivation.
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