Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Review: The Irish Getaway by Siobhan Davis

The Irish Getaway (The Kennedy Boys #3.5) by Siobhan Davis
Goodreads Summary: The Kennedy Boys go wild on vacation in Ireland! 

It’s the summer before they start college, and Faye and Ky are visiting her home turf together—it’s Ky’s first time in Ireland, and her first trip home since her parent’s tragic death.

After a blissful three weeks on their own, they welcome the rest of the Kennedy clan when they arrive on Irish soil for the vacation of a lifetime.

Watch the sparks fly as family emotions run high and the Kennedy boys’ party up a storm, creating mayhem and madness wherever they go.

This dual POV short novel should only be read after Keeping Kyler.
Rating: 5 Stars
Review: 
Wow! The Irish Getaway really fills in the gap between Keeping Kyler and Loving Kalvin. All our favourite characters are featured in this novella about the family vacation in Ireland. While this isn't a compulsory read, I'd still recommend that you do because the events occurring in this story are the predecessors of problems which happen later in the series.

Narrated from the dual perspectives of Faye and Kyler, the two varying opinions give the story so much more depth. While I sometimes forgot whose perspective I was reading from due to being interrupted in the middle of a chapter, I figured it out soon enough and this didn't take away from my enjoyment of the tale.

A wonderful narrative which brings you back to the world of the Kennedys, all fans of The Kennedy Boys series should read this because of the drama and exciting events which are present throughout the entire novella. Siobhan Davis brings us another great, masterfully crafted tale with a lot of meaning below the surface.
Purchase Location: ~I received an e-arc from the author and willingly reviewed it
Edition:
 Kindle
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