Sunday, March 19, 2017

Losing Kyler by Siobhan Davis (The Kennedy Boys, #2)

Losing Kyler
by Siobhan Davis

Series: The Kennedy Boys - Book 2
Publication Date: March 27, 2017
Publisher: Siobhan Davis
Genre: YA Family Saga | Romance | Social Issues
Print Length: 458 pages
Available from: Amazon

Condemned to repeat the sins of the past...

Faye thought losing her parents was the most devastating thing to happen to her, but she was wrong. Her uncle’s scandalous revelation has sent her into a tailspin, leaving her questioning her entire existence.

Everything she believed is built on a lie.

And the one person she shares a passionate, soul-deep connection with can’t be there for her.

Faye and Ky can’t be together. It’s forbidden. Though they are determined to avoid replicating their parents’ mistakes, caving to their feelings is as tempting as the apple in the Garden of Eden.

Ky had sworn off girls until Faye bulldozed her way into his life. Now, she’s his whole world, and their forced separation is crushing him. Once his manipulative ex resurfaces—hell-bent on ruining the Kennedys—he’ll do whatever it takes to protect his loved ones including turning his back on the one person he can’t live without.

Then tragedy strikes and all bets are off.

But is it too late?

When Faye needs him and he isn’t there for her, guilt and hurt threaten to obliterate their love. As they start to rebuild their fractured hearts, another sordid family secret is uncovered, and Faye worries Ky may be lost to her forever.

But can you truly lose someone if they don’t want to be found?

★☆ Special pre-order price. Will increase upon release. Book one currently available for 0.99. 

Losing Kyler by Siobhan Davis (The Kennedy Boys, #2)

Losing Kyler (The Kennedy Boys #2)Siobhan Davis, you have done it again! You have tortured and twisted this family until they are a bleeding mass of twisted emotions writhing on their very expensive floors! And you know what? I LOVED IT! No, no, no, neither myself or Siobhan Davis are mean people, but Ms. Davis is definitely a gifted author and I love well-written tales that suck me in while I soak up every scene like a thirsty sponge.

Grab your angst-o-meters and see what you come up with as Faye and Kyler are once again wrapped up in the drama that seems to haunt the Kennedys at every corner. Not only has their love become seemingly twisted and most definitely forbidden, but the family seems to have one shocking revelation after another slamming them from every angle. How could love be so wrong? How can it become so ugly? Just when they realize the past cannot repeat itself, Kyler’s ex gets her claws into him and it seems he is forgetting all about Faye. Is he acting? Is it real? What about Kyler’s best friend, who has tried to be there for Faye, is he becoming attached to feisty and strong-willed girl or is he innocently being “just a friend.” What right does Ky have to interfere, anyway?

While one brother is accused of rape, the family looks to be pulling together, until the next emotional time bomb goes off in their faces. Who has biological connections and who doesn’t? For a family who has always ridden the storms of angst and anger, this time out, the very foundation of their bonds are being torn apart.

Faye is lost in the melee as Ky refuses to talk to her, just when she needs him most. Nothing will top the final revelations as Faye is handed a letter from the past, one that will leave her with even more heartache as well as understanding for the mother she lost and Ky overhears a conversation not meant for his ears.

Can you say, family soap opera? Better, more grueling and certainly darker than any afternoon soap on television, the Kennedys, Faye and Siobhan will fill your angst quotient until the next Kennedy Boys book comes out! Again, I must ask, Siobhan Davis, how can you give them so much to deal with? How did you do it in such a way that there was no way to put LOSING KYLER down once that first page began! Brilliant, captivating, aggravating and heartbreaking and I am dying for book 3.

I received an ARC edition from Siobhan Davis in exchange for my honest review.



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