Review - The Irish Getaway by Siobhan Davis

Sunday, September 03, 2017



Book Details

The Irish Getaway
(The Kennedy Boys #3.5)
Author: Siobhan Davis
Genre: Contemporary Romance, NA, Novella
Published: August 31st 2017

About the Book

An optional short novel in the highly-addictive Kennedy Boys series by USA Today bestseller Siobhan Davis.

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. 

★☆ This book also includes bonus content from Finding Kyler, Losing Kyler, a sample from Loving Kalvin and a sneak peek at Saving Brad, the fifth Kennedy Boys novel. 60,000 words in total (40,000 short novel and 20,000 bonus content)

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My Review

Ratings: 3.5 stars

I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC of this book courtesy of Lola's Blog Tours and the author. Thank you so much for the reviewing opportunity!

The Kennedy Boys go wild on vacation in Ireland! 

I gotta admit, this sounds like pure heaven! After all the drama and crapstorm that hit the Kennedy household, I say they deserved a vacation and what's the best place to start other than Ireland? I was excited to start the novella hoping that it would be an extended epilogue to Faye and Kyler's whirlwind romance and I got more than I bargained for, it's definitely heartwarming to read how in love they both really are! I was also excited to be reading more about Ireland as I've always wanted to visit there someday.

Of course, the Kennedy's wouldn't be complete without drama. Wherever they go, mayhem ensues, and even a vacation to Ireland couldn't prevent the inevitable. While I enjoy a good dose of drama, I felt that it may have dampened my excitement for the novella and I couldn't fully immerse myself into the story, hence my lower rating. Nevertheless, the snippets from the other Kennedy's boys stories, including Brad, made up for it and I found myself geared up for their release!

Overall, The Irish Getaway was a fun addition to the addicting series and I'm still pacing a hole for Saving Brad. 

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