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Finding Kyler (The Kennedy Boys) (Volume 1) Paperback – January 2, 2017
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PRAISE FOR FINDING KYLER
"Lashings of drama, hot chemistry, and great banter. Perfect for fans of Tijan." Georgia Le Carre, International Bestselling Author of The Billionaire Banker
"Finding Kyler is fresh, sexy, and everything your romance-loving heart desires." Heather Van Fleet, Author of Reckless Hearts.
"Drama, betrayals, and steamy romance ... will appeal to readers who enjoyed the Fallen Crest series by Tijan." Marissa. Goodreads Reviewer
"Finding Kyler has ... hot guys, a strong heroine we can relate to, plenty of drama and angst, and Siobhan's most shocking cliffhanger yet." Danielle. Goodreads Reviewer
"Part Gossip Girl, part Pretty Little Liars, part Kardashians, Finding Kyler is a fun, fast-paced, heart-wrenching read." Sandra. Goodreads Reviewer
"Being a fan of the Royals and the Fallen Crest series' this book had everything I love - drama, mystery, betrayal, love, friendship and the bond of family." Emma. Goodreads Reviewer
"Kyler Kennedy, for me, was a mixture of Tijan's Mason Kade and Abbi Glines' Rush Finlay." Sib. Amazon Reviewer
"Prepare to witness love, raw, desperate and like the apple in the Garden of Eden, so very forbidden." Tome Tender
"Finding Kyler was a fantastic read! I LOVED it! Mind-blowingly good!" Daydreaming Books
"Completely Addicting. I could not put it down!" Literary Dust
"The story was dark and there are a lot of secrets. In many respects, it reminded me of a V.C Andrews novel." Heather, Goodreads Reviewer
"Yet another amazing book from this author ... It has everything- humor, romance, tension, mystery. Eagerly awaiting the next book!" Dawn. Goodreads Reviewer
"A cross between Romeo and Juliet and a docudrama of a Kardashian scandal. You may not know quite how to feel but you won't regret picking it up." Wanda. Goodreads Reviewer
"Siobhan Davis has proven she is more than capable of writing outside of her science fiction norm, and I'm super excited to read the rest of the series." Siobhan. Goodreads Reviewer
"Beguiling and seductive. A contemporary romance with a controversial twist." Karla. Goodreads Reviewer
"I was sucked into Faye's world from page one and it was hard to put down." Brooke. Goodreads Reviewer
"Finding Kyler is one of those books that will stick with you forever..." Dana. Goodreads Reviewer
"Despite the controversial issue the book encircles, this has been the best contemporary read I've read in a long time." Rebecca. Goodreads Reviewer
"... absolutely addictive. Once I started, I couldn't put it down." Jennifer. Goodreads Reviewer
"... a wonderful start to a new series. I am going to go crazy waiting for the next." Emily. Goodreads Reviewer
From the Author
Books in this Series
#1 Finding Kyler
#2 Losing Kyler
#3 Keeping Kyler
#4 Loving Kalvin
#5 Saving Brad
^ Release date to be confirmed
The first three books in this series must be read together but, thereafter, every book will work as a standalone with an HEA and no cliff hanger. The Irish Getaway is an optional e-novella which should only be read after Keeping Kyler.
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What I love most about Siobhan's work is the impossible situations in which she puts her characters. The binds she puts them in--there's no way out except for extreme pain or authors' tricks. I do hope she goes the pain way because tricks would be too easy. I'm waiting with bated breath to find out. I have faith that she'll do the right thing.
I must say that I didn't like the characters at first. Despite the hardships that justifiably made them hostile and snarky, I found it hard to feel sympathy, especially for Faye's drunken friends. They certainly weren't people I would want to spend time around. But then about a third of the way through something happened. I found that I couldn't put the book down and that could only mean one thing: I had begun to feel invested in them. Once that happened I positively raced to the end, sneaking peeks in between other activities just so I could see what was going to develop.
I have read all of the author's Saven books except for the one she hasn't yet published. I love them, but I found that I was frustrated by some of the YA limitations placed on the characters. Ahem. I think you know what I mean. There were no such limits in this book. All the sex scenes in both series are hot, but the ones in this book are hotter for just that reason. The different "rules" of the game in Kyler allow her to write smoldering, truly satisfying sex scenes, which she does with consummate skill. I am not an erotica reader but I think if Siobhan were writing it I would be.
So, four stars only because it took me so long to warm to the characters, but for the emotional satisfaction and the thrill of the story, five+. (Gawd, I hate ratings though. They're so dumb.)
One major warning: there is a mind-blowing cliffhanger. I hate them. If you do to then here is a way to avoid its impact. At the end of the book when Faye and Kyler decide whether or not to go public with their feelings about each other (and, no, I won't tell you what they decide) stop as soon as you learn their decision. That way you can avoid the cliffhanger entirely. I wish I'd known that in advance. I'd still want the next book - but I'd hold off reading that last couple of pages until starting book 2.
Finding Kyler was a book which surprised me due to its depth of the story and Faye's new life living with her Uncle and 7 cousins after the death of her parents. Furthermore, being uprooted from Ireland was something Faye never expected to do and went through great lengths to get used to her new life. I admired Faye's tenacity in staying true to herself and finding love in such a precarious situation.
Will definitely be reading Book 2!
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