"Brilliant. I loved it from start to finish. Plenty of 'Kennedy drama' and laugh out loud moments." Angelina. Goodreads reviewer
"The perfect combination of fun and drama."Danielle. Goodreads reviewer
"Jam-packed with that Kennedy-style drama we have grown to love and crave as well as very well-placed plot tidbits regarding each character's individual story." Dana. Goodreads reviewer
"Full of fun, passion, and, of course, plenty of Kennedy drama." Jennifer. Goodreads reviewer
"Perfect. Crave for the Kennedy boys satisfied? Yes. Drama? Yes. Hot guys? Of course! Mystery? Yes." Nelia. Blogger
"No Kennedy Boys story would be complete without loads of family drama and brothers behaving badly. A lot of fun." Meghann. Goodreads reviewer
"This one gives you enticing tidbits about future couples and I can't wait to read their stories." P. Leslie. Goodreads reviewer
From the Inside Flap
Sam locks eyes with me, grinning. "Luke's always had a thing for Faye, but he's harmless really. And it's not like you've got anything to worry about."
I pull two beers from the refrigerator, tossing one to him. "Faye knows I'm the jealous type. Can't help it even if I trust her more than I've ever trusted anyone."
"Don't be jealous." She circles her arms around my waist from behind. "No one else could ever compare to you."
Just like that, my sour mood disappears. Rachel makes a gagging sound from behind, and I turn us as one, grinning like a fool.
She mock pouts, reaching for her drink. "I'm surrounded by lovesick couples. It's disgusting, and it's turning my stomach."
"Well, if you're looking for a little action, the rest of my brothers arrive next week." I send her a suggestive wink while Faye slaps the back of my head. "Ow." I rub the sore spot. "What was that for?"
"Don't be encouraging that."
Rach and I both turn dirty looks on Faye, and she holds up her hands.
"Are you insinuating my brothers aren't good enough for your best friend?" I quirk a brow.
"Are you insinuating I'm not good enough for your cousins?" Rachel plants her hands on her hips, leveling a slightly hurt look at her friend.
"I'm not insinuating anything of the sort, and there's no need to look so hurt. I couldn't care less if you hooked up with any of my cousins. It's just, I thought you were anti-men these days, and if you want to avoid complications, you should definitely steer clear."