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- Audible.com Release Date: March 27, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07BDPC71Q
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Okay I have to admit something….Losing Kyler by Siobhan Davis blew me away! I’m not usually a fan of YA contemporary, mainly because I loathe drama and teen angst. Knowing this about me, you are probably wondering why I even bothered reading this book. Honestly, it’s because I love the author and her other sci-fi series. Siobhan Davis is the master at writing complex characters, heart-stopping action/suspense, and swoon-worthy kisses. Seriously, sometimes a kiss takes a couple of pages worth of a book….that is one heck of a kiss!
But I digress, Losing Kyler is written in the same vein as The Royals series by Erin Watt. There is a ton of drama, a whole host of characters with their own, real-life problems, and more twists and turns then your run of the mill soap opera. Despite the teen angst, I found myself thoroughly engrossed. The book picks up right where Finding Kyler left off. So, if like me you’ve been on pins and needles wanting to know what happens, you get answers fairly quick.
Faye is not one of my favorite characters, even though she is the main character and it is told from her perspective. It’s not that I don’t like her, I do, she’s just hard to like, and sometimes a little hard to stomach. She claims to hate drama and tries to stay away from it, yet she seems to always be the center of it and even creates a little herself.
And then there is Kyler, the book’s namesake. I don’t like him. Sorry, it had to be said. He’s arrogant and his treatment of Faye is abhorrent. At times he’s the best and at other times the worst. I can’t understand how she could ever forgive him or be with him. Love is funny like that I guess. Personally I would’ve kicked him to the curb.
Now Brad on the other hand *swoon* Brad is Ky’s best friend and Faye’s fake boyfriend so you can guess where this is going. There’s a semi-triangle going on but it gets resolved quickly (thankfully, triangles make my eye twitch). Brad is kind and a genuinely good guy. So of course I’m #TeamBrad.
Overall Losing Kyler is a fast-paced, engrossing read. It’s like a train wreck that you can’t look away from, you just can’t stop reading! So why four stars instead of five? If I’m being honest (and I try to be), it’s because the first half of the book moves at a slower pace then the second half. It took me almost a week to read the first half, but only one night to read the second. Then there was the drama. While I enjoyed it because Siobhan Davis is the master, I felt it was a bit much. By the time I got to the end, my head was spinning from all the surprise twists. Now that’s just my personal opinion, others may not feel that way. If you enjoy YA bordering on New Adult contemporary with shocking drama, I highly recommend you read this series.
We pick up right where things were left off - with a bit of overlap. After the seriously disturbing disclosure at the end of the first book, Feya and Kyler's lives are thrown for a loop. This is on top with what the family is dealing with regarding Kal and the imminent break-up of Alex and James.
There are so many feelings and the chemistry between Feya and Kyler is just intense. There are so many scenes where you can feel the sparks flying off the pages.
So many things happened in this book, some were excellent, some were disturbing, and some were just annoying. I don't know how things keep happening to Feya, at some point she needs a little reprieve. She has had the most intense 3-5 months of her life. Parent dying, meeting new family, falling for her cousin, then all the other stuff. What bothered me about this one were the David story line - I thought it was unnecessary (unless it is setting something else up); Kyler's decision in regards to Addison, which ended up with Feya in a very difficult position; and Brad's story line.
We get to see more of Kyler in this book, and that is good. But sometimes he's a bit cold/hot. He needs to stick to his decisions and trust Feya some more.
Overall, a very entertaining story and I can't wait to see how the Feya/Kyler story will end.
Losing Kyler picks up right where Finding Kyler ends and it is just as fast paced as the first book. I couldn't wait to get my hands on the sequel and know what happens next.
The story is from Faye's perspective, so we get a glimpse of everything that she is going through and feeling. How she can be in love with her cousin and why it is so hard for her to walk away from him.
Kyler is the books namesake and he is an arrogant ass at times, and a sweetheart all wrapped into one. The perfect combo of bad boy sexy.
Brad is Kyler's best friend and Faye's fake boyfriend. He wasn't portrayed as a good guy in book 1 but in Losing Kyler you get to see a whole new side of Brad. He is a total sweetheart and I found myself rooting for him at times. Wishing Faye would just come to her senses and get with Brad.
But then the book would have been called Finding Brad.....and that doesn't have the same ring to it.
Through all the issues they have Kyler and Faye finally seem to have everything they could hope for. Then Kyler's mom divulges another gut wrenching secret that she has been keeping and it seems that their future is lost yet again.
Now I am Anxiously awaiting book 3!
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