Book 7, Lotus House
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My world ended the day I received an eviction notice for Lotus House Yoga. Teaching yoga is all I’ve ever known. I’ve been doing tree pose since the age of two. The studio is my home, my legacy. My mother and her best friend left Lotus House to me so that I could carry on spreading goodness and light to everyone who enters our door. Now I’m faced with the very real possibility that it will all go up in smoke…unless I can convince Grant Winters—the most ridiculously handsome and arrogant businessman I’ve ever met—to save not only my business but all those around it.
When I stormed into Grant’s office to beg and plead for a second chance at preserving what my family spent decades building, I had no idea how it would change my life.
A deal was made.
He’d visit the businesses he was planning to destroy and attend classes at Lotus House while I worked to change his mind. In exchange, I had to enter his business-first world of luxury, fast-talking men, and surgically enhanced women.
Turns out, I didn’t fit in... Then again, neither did he.
In the end, we were both enlightened.
A Journey to Remember
Following along on this journey has been enlightening for a lack of better words. I could not picture a better conclusion for the series and these people. Audrey has taken us on a journey through something she is so passionate about, not just words, but the practice of yoga and in every other aspect of that, and for that I couldn’t be more grateful. Getting to see Grant and Luna come together and take that journey hand-in-hand was beautiful. You laugh, cry, feel joy, and every other emotion she is able to emote into the page throughout.
I remember when I got to read January before this crazy journey started and following along and watching the blossoming of Audrey’s story has been magical. Being able to be a part of it, even just on the other side of the pages has been an honor.
This is the a great ending to an amazing series. Luna and Grant are a amazing couple. This book brings back a lot of characters from the other books in the lotus series. It’s sad that it’s ending but what a way to go. Just one word describes this book Amazing.
Amazing Final Installment
Enlightened End in the final installment of the Lotus House series, and WOW what a way to end it. When poor Luna receives an eviction letter, she knows that there is no way she will allow her and her friends to end up on the street. Determined to get through to the Winters, Luna will stop at nothing to keep them from demolishing her and friends businesses. What Luna isn't expecting is Grant Winters, the strong, arrogant and handsome business man who holds her life in his hands. The man that offers her a proposition she just can't say no to.
Grant is living a life his father has built for him. A life where he constantly attempts to please his father but never does. His father is ruthless and he has made Grant that way too. That is until the bright eyed, sweet as honey fairy with flaming red hair comes trampling into his office. Luna...the woman who captured his heart from the moment he laid eyes on her. He knew he had to think of something to claim her, what better way than a deal she can't say no to. She would go out on date with Grant every time he spent time seeing why he shouldn't go ahead and demolish the businesses. He would get the girl and build his multimillion buildings, since the deal had already been set in motion, papers signed and so forth. What Grant didn't expect was Luna turning his world upside down.
I loved how Luna and Grant complemented each other even though they were so different in so many ways. Luna a hippie in every way and Grant an uptight, arrogant business man. Luna brought out the best in Grant and Grant brought put the fierceness in Luna. The love between them was true and real and undeniable. Luna's patience and illuming light brought peace into Grant's life that he was missing and allowed him to see things beyond what his father showed him. Luna brought out the light in Grant that had been dulled in the absence of his mother. Ahhh, I just love them!
Perfection Audrey Carlan! The Lotus House family is one that will stay with me forever.