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Publisher's Summary

Now a completed trilogy.

Two fractured hearts and a forbidden love they can't deny.

You shouldn't want what you can't have....

Faye Donovan has lost everything. After her parents' tragic death, she's whisked away from her home in Ireland when an unknown uncle surfaces as her new guardian. Dropped smack-dab into the all-American dream, Faye should feel grateful. Except living with her wealthy uncle, his fashion-empire-owning wife, and their seven screwed-up sons is quickly turning into a nightmare - especially when certain inappropriate feelings arise. Kyler Kennedy makes her head hurt and her heart race, but he's her cousin. He's off limits. And he's not exactly welcoming - Kyler is ignorant, moody, and downright cruel at times - but Faye sees behind the mask he wears, recognizing a kindred spirit.

Kyler has sworn off girls, yet Faye gets under his skin. The more he pushes her away, the more he's drawn to her, but acting on those feelings risks a crap-ton of prejudice, and any whiff of scandal could damage the precious Kennedy brand. Concealing their feelings seems like the only choice.

But when everyone has something to hide, a secret is a very dangerous thing.

Will I enjoy this book?

Full of scandal, dysfunctional families, teen soap-opera-style angst and drama, secrets and lies, mean girls and catfights, lust and love, book one in the pause-resisting Kennedy Boys series will have you listening way beyond bedtime! Suitable only for listeners aged 17 and older due to mature content and language.

Please note this book contains a forbidden love theme featuring first cousins and a cliff-hanger. It is not a stand-alone listen.

Books in this Series
Finding Kyler
Losing Kyler
Keeping Kyler
The Irish Getaway - optional short novel
Loving Kalvin
Saving Brad

The three Kyler books must be listened to together. Thereafter, every book in the series will focus on a single Kennedy boy and his love interest, and they will be stand-alone titles with an HEA and no cliff-hanger.

©2017 Siobhan Davis (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

Critic Reviews

"Completely and totally ADDICTIVE!! The Kennedy Boys series has everything I love in romance - crazy hot heroes, smart and authentic heroines, angst mixed with heart...and did I mention the books are HOT?? Siobhan Davis has a fan for life in me!" (Rachel Harris, New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of The Fine Art of Pretending)

"Lashings of drama, hot chemistry, and great banter. Perfect for fans of Tijan." (Georgia Le Carre, international best-selling author of The Billionaire Banker)

"Finding Kyler is fresh, sexy, and everything your romance-loving heart desires." (Heather Van Fleet, author of Reckless Hearts)

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Lack of info

Very dissapointed getting to end of story to find is first of 4 book series.
Not purchasing any more books rather be left high and dry than listen to any more of this series. Dissapointing, and narrator over exclaiming in her reading.

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  • Jonella A. Moore
  • 29-03-2018

Fascinating series starter!

I really enjoyed this first book in an audiobook series! When the story begins, we meet Fay, who has just lost her parents who were killed by a drunk driver in an accident. Reeling from her loss, she suddenly finds out she has to move to America to live with an uncle she didn’t know she had. To top that, he’s from a wealthy famous family and has seven sons. Upon arriving in America, she’s not met very warmly by any of her new cousins but has no choice but to carry on. There are so many complexities to this story, a touch of taboo and this first book ends on a shocking and unexpected cliffhanger. Normally that would aggravate me, but the next in series has already been released so I’m going straight into it! Narration was pretty good but really needs male voices for all the boys’ characters. Looking forward to seeing what happens next!

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  • Nina DuBois
  • 19-07-2018

Amazing Narration

I've read this book before listening to the audiobook and I have to say the audiobook is so amazing. I loved listening to the audiobook. Sinead Collins was perfect. She did a fantastic job voicing Faye. I had to keep reminding myself about Faye's accent in the book, so listening to Sinead with an accent was so fun. I really can't wait to listen to her narrate other books, especially if the characters have accents.

This forbidden romance will keep you on your toes with all the drama and secrets. I was so wrapped up in the Kennedy boys and the life they live. I will definitely be listening to the other books in this series.

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  • Gillek2
  • 17-07-2018

Kyler and Faye!

Faye is 17 and has just lost both her parents in an accident and now she must leave the only life she has ever known in Ireland to live with her Uncle and their seven sons in the US. As if the move wasn’t enough their wealthy lifestyle is off the charts. Her first meeting with her cousins was a little intimidating as keeping their names straight when they begin with a K is a challenge. The one name she does remember is Kyler as he comes across as gruff and rude but when she looks in his eyes she sees a depth she hadn’t expected.

After recently being betrayed by love his only focus is his motor crossing and he has no interest in any other type of relationship. The only problem is he is drawn to Faye in a way he hadn’t expected but it doesn’t really matter as nothing will ever come of it.

Unable to resist they keep their feelings for each other a secret between them but they are not the only ones keeping a secret and secrets have a way of being exposed at the worst times. This does end on a cliffhanger but good news the entire series has been released. I thought the narrator did a great job on Faye's voice but the men's voices were harder to differentiate.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 03-07-2018

Good story bad narrator.

The story is pretty good but the audio really took away from it. It was almost annoying to listen to!

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  • bookcrazy_heather
  • 27-06-2018

More than Finding Kyler

Wow there is so much going more going on in this story it is almost overwhelming! With Faye losing her parents in a tragic accident to finding out she has relatives in another country to being the talk and envy of her new life. She has to find her way with 7 boy cousins who have a heap of their own issues. If you can keep all that is going on in the story straight then you will be in for a heck of a ride. Looking forward to the continuing story of the Kennedy clan!

Felt the narrator struggled with the voices other than Faye's.

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  • ShanCol19
  • 10-04-2018

Drama, young forbidden love. Good Narration

I absolutely love Siobhan Davis' other book series, True Calling and Saven, so even though this series is a bit different from those series, I was excited to get my hands on Finding Kyler, and I enjoyed it! Siobhan Davis knows how to create an involving story, where once you start the book, you don't want to stop, and Finding Kyler definitely kept my interest.

I enjoyed the narrator's Irish accent. The female Irish accent did sound a bit weird on the boys, but overall, I enjoyed the listening experience. She did a nice job, and the quality is good.

In Finding Kyler, Faye's parents have died, and since she is only 17, she needs to leave Ireland and go live with her mother's rich brother in America, and Faye is not happy about it, but she doesn't have a choice. When Faye arrives, she meets her 7 male cousins and her Uncle's wife, and the boys aren't exactly welcoming, but Faye has sass, so she isn't having it. Among the most rude of the cousins is Kyler, he definitely has a chip on his shoulder, but Faye feels a connection with him, but his coldness towards her, makes her determined to fight her draw to him, but despite her best intentions, she doesn't last long. Also, Faye has to deal with the rich snobs, mean girls who think they are god's gift, catty bitchiness, and the dysfunction of her new family. There's lots of drama to be had in Finding Kyler! Finding Kyler takes places in a Richie Rich world, and deals with the pretentious, so be prepared to dislike most of the characters. Luckily Faye is a good character since the whole book is in her perspective, Faye is tough and independent, and after the initial meeting of her character, I really liked her. Kyler runs hot and cold most of the time, so I'm not in love with him yet, and the rest of the cousins are obnoxious and immature, so there wasn't any book boyfriend material as of yet, but lots of room for these boys to grow. Now, the whole thing of Faye and Kyler being cousins didn't really bother me too much, I think I'm more forgiving when things are in books, then if it were in actual life, so I was cool with that, and Siobhan Davis doesn't just gloss over the issue, she faces it head on in the book. Now, there is a huge bombshell at the end of the book, so this is a cliffhanger ending, so I'm definitely anticipating the next book. I definitely feel like there's something else going on behind the scenes of Faye's family; especially past transgressions of members of Faye's family, so I'm excited to see where Siobhan takes this story, and I hope the next book doesn't make me wait too long before I get some answers!

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  • Dal M
  • 09-04-2018

It took me on an addicting journey

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

This story is executed with skill and an allure that kept me biting my nails well past my bedtime. The story took me on an addicting journey with perfect pacing and well developed characters, full with cat fights, teen anguish, lust and forbidden love.

What other book might you compare Finding Kyler to and why?

I would compare this book with Abbi Gline's Fallen Too Far of the Rosemary beach series. It's full of teen soap-opera-style angst and drama, secrets and lies, mean girls, lust and love.

What does Sinead Collins bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Her accent and performance wonderfully brought to life the story. She was the perfect choice to portray Faye’s story in which I found myself completely immersed.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

This story is executed with skill and an allure that kept me biting my nails well past my bedtime. I experienced the angst, drama, lust and love along with the characters.

Any additional comments?

Told from the heroine’s points of view with an “I never saw that coming” shocking cliffhanger. I recommend it to book lovers that like emotional roller coasters, teen drama, and angst.

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  • D.C.
  • 08-04-2018

Amazing story

I’ve read all these books and was super excited to hear that they’re coming out as audio books!

I loved that the narrator is Irish to match my favorite character Faye. Sinead was perfect for the role. I look forward to hearing her narrate the rest of the series!

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  • Donna W. (BookDragonGirl)
  • 01-04-2018

Great start to an amazing series!!

After the sudden death of her parents, Faye had to leave her home In Ireland and go to the United States, Wellesley, Massachusetts to be precise, and live with family she had never even known of before. She had to move in to the wealthy home of her Uncle (her mom’s brother) and his wife, with their and their seven very gorgeous and very messed up sons. Their family has above and beyond what the normal family has for problems. In comes Faye, who was an only child, and grew up in a well balanced home life. Faye is a great character! She is a strong and well balanced person, and she doesn't know what to make of this family and they don't know what to make of her!! As time goes along some of them come to really love Faye, especially Kyler. She starts to feel like she belongs there and feels loved.


Kyler is such an interesting character, with so many layers, or I should say walls. But Faye gets through, but only Faye and I believe she still hasn't quite gotten him stripped bare yet. But he is grouchy and mean on the outside but a softie on the inside. He loves and cares about his family. And he especially loves and cares about Faye. Deep down he has an immense capacity for love.

This book was delectable. Sinfully yummy. And a little taboo. I loved every bite.

I had previously read this book a while back, but listening to it was so nice!! I felt Sinead Collins did a great job as Faye, really great!!! But I would have at least liked a male voice in there for the guys. A full cast would be a dream! But when Sinead would do the male parts they didn’t sound very realistic. No fault to her. I couldn’t do the male parts either. I just think having a guy do those parts goes a LONG WAY to making, especially the romantic parts, more effective!!! But, because I previously read the book and I LOVE IT, I enjoyed it anyway.

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  • Caitlin
  • 22-04-2018

Not for me

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I enjoyed the story but I don’t really care for audio books. I was willing to give it a shot but I don’t think I’ll continue.

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  • Shaz
  • 31-03-2018

Loved It

OMG loved this story, audio makes you feel like you are apart of the story at times! Can't wait for the next book!