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ISBN-13: 9781539331650
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/02/2017
Pages: 342
Sales rank: 701,465
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.76(d)

About the Author


Siobhan Davis writes emotionally intense young adult fiction with swoon-worthy romance, complex characters, and tons of unexpected plot twists and turns that will have you flipping the pages beyond bedtime! She is the author of the Amazon bestselling True Calling and Saven series.

Siobhan's family will tell you she's a little bit obsessive when it comes to reading and writing, and they aren't wrong. She can rarely be found without her trusty Kindle, a paperback book, or her laptop somewhere close at hand.

Prior to becoming a full-time writer, Siobhan forged a successful corporate career in human resource management.

She resides in the Garden County of Ireland with her husband and two sons.




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Finding Kyler 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
EbookIndulgence More than 1 year ago
Eeek I loved this book, can't wait for the next book! Finding Kyler is the first book in the Kennedy boys series. Faye Donovan's life changed in the blink of an eye. Living in America, is completely unfamiliar and her family are complete strangers. Kyler is a focused individual determined to meet his goals, having been betrayed by love, he has no interest in looking for love. This story is captivating, well paced and well written. It's highly entertaining and I didn't want to put Finding Kyler down. The characters are complex, well developed and flawed. Both are damaged as a result of their past. This story focuses on one very intriguing and dysfunctional family and has quite a few twists and turns, with secrets, pain, loss and drama. The side characters are fascinating and I can't wait to discover more of their stories. Fans of the Royals will definitely connect with this series, I can't wait to read the next installment.
MyndiL More than 1 year ago
Being a fan of Siobhan Davis, I was nervous I wouldn't like this book due to it's taboo element. I'm happy to report that I was pleasantly surprised. I should have known that Davis' writing would make all the difference in the world. From the beginning of the book I found myself so connected with the main character, that I took on her views of the subject and was able to just enjoy the roller coaster ride of her romance. Faye and Kyler are a couple that you end up rooting for against all odds up until that final mind blowing, soul shattering cliff hanger. I haven't read the books that people have been comparing this to, but I will say that if you are a fan of Gossip Girl and things like that, you'll likely enjoy this book. I do caution though, that this is not Young Adult as people have called it, I'd definitely call this a New Adult book. There are parts that get pretty steamy and some content that might be unsuitable for those under 18.
Si0bhanC More than 1 year ago
Finding Kyler is the first in what is to be The Kennedy Boys trilogy, and from the very start you are pulled into the story. It begins on somewhat of a cliché note, but such a thing is necessary. It is one of those big events that turn the life of our main character upside down to set everything into motion. If you’re a fan of young adult contemporary reads, then you know to accept such things. These things are unavoidable, they’re necessary to get the ball rolling. Which is exactly what happens: the ball starts rolling instantly with our character being dragged across the ocean to start her new life. Thrown from the everyday life and into the life of the rich, it is another aspect that has been done before – but as with her other work, Siobhan Davis works it in such a way that it instantly becomes her own. Our main character deals with this change in life in a way that very few characters do. After all, how many times can you say you’ve seen someone thrown into the life of the rich and famous get a waitressing job? It’s the seemingly little things that all come together to make this book unique, the apparently small aspects that make this book well and truly its own. I really could say so much about the tiny aspects that make the book unique, but I have no wish to spoil the fun. Thus, I’ll move on to the bigger things. This book is filled with so many aspects. We have our main character finding herself. We have romance. We have revenge. We have lies and deceit. Nothing is limited to just one person – everyone seems to be involved in something. Siobhan Davis knows how to make an onion of a story, adding multiple layers, and this book is no different. Throughout we have questions, and whilst some things are made clear, by the end of the story we have very little by way of knowledge. We have no idea what is going on with certain characters, we have no idea what the truth is, and we’re left wanting to know more. All of these things come together so well, and it’s so much fun watching the way things develop throughout. In terms of the romance, I’ll say this book will not be for everyone. I wasn’t sure how I felt about the whole cousin aspect of the story. I come from a rather large family, and whilst I’m not in contact with all of my cousins I don’t think I would ever be able to think about them in the way the main character thought of hers. Even those I know of only by name, those who live in another country, I wouldn’t be able to. It’s the mere knowledge of them being cousins. This, however, does play in with the whole prejudice aspect of the story. The way people think and react is important to the way in which the story plays out, adding more to the story. Whilst I wasn’t crazy about this aspect, I also didn’t hate it. Basically, just know this story will not be for everyone. As for the ending… well. I knew something was going to come about at the end, but I’d been hoping it wouldn’t be that. I was crossing my fingers that things would go in the opposite direction. Of course, I cannot complain because it means there’s to be a lot of drama in the next book. Honestly, it has me so curious to see where things go from here. The number of lies and the deceit – wow. It’s one hell of a mess, and I really want some answers to everything that is going on.
shibby More than 1 year ago
Wow. This one took me out of my comfort zone. Tragedy rips Faye from the life she loves in Ireland and she ends up in America with family she did not know existed. Her seven male cousins are... intense. Almost instantly they get real sexually aggressive towards her. In front of their parents. Their father scolds them whenever they say or touch her inappropriately, but no one really has the reaction I would expect. Even Faye. I was a bit surprised by how few characters in the book were actually repulsed by the idea of cousins hooking up. There were even some who encouraged it. I really like Faye as a character, and I feel for her and Kyler and all they have been through. I just can't ship incest. That being said, I could not put this book down. I loved the other characters and all the drama of this completely messed up family. They all have secrets, and we barely got a glimpse of them in this first book. What happened at the end literally made me sick to my stomach, but I will definitely be reading book two. I have to know where everyone goes from there. ***I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary ARC of this book.***
UpAllNightBB More than 1 year ago
****Review originally publish under Wit & Wonder Books**** Unbelievably captivating tale of a story. Finding Kyler will take you on a war path of colossal amounts of emotions of highs and lows like you’ve never known before. Siobhan Davis is a genius to begin an intricate series weaved with suspension, romance and thick plots behind every corner. Faye Donovan’s life has just dropped from under her when her parents are taken from her by a cruel accident. Now, months away from her 18th birthday she is whisked away from Ireland to America by an Uncle she has never known and into the Kennedy Dynasty where fame and wealth comes at a price. Upon meeting her cousins, a warm welcome she doesn’t quite get, however, she feels a calling, a connection to Kyler. He’s moody, arrogant and in rare form. “[He] emits dangerous, seductive vibes that speak directly to that secret chamber inside me. It’s like he possesses a silent calling card that resurrects a hidden wild part of me.” Seeing through his outer shell, Kyler mirrors her same inner turmoil. The darkness that lingers and fights long to get out. And even though they begin their journey on a rough note, soon their souls connect, bursting to gravitate towards one another, seeking to be unleashed. But nothing in the Kennedy Dynasty is perfect and their attraction is taboo… or is it? Faye sees the dysfunction lurking in the Kennedy house, but becoming apart of the family carries its burdens too. Whether that be with her ‘cousins’ or blending in with her soon to be peers. Her life in Ireland wasn’t easy in least and it looks like history might just repeat itself. Could the perfect family that everyone idolizes hide secrets in the many shadows of their many recess of their lives? What happens when the shadows can no longer hold the power of the secrets any longer? Be ready to strap into a rollercoaster full of different characters, multiple personalities that all play a part in Faye’s new world in America. She is feisty and strong but hides a deeper, sadness behind her fiery personality. She can keep up with all the testosterone of the Kennedy’s which is honorable, since if I was in her shoes I would have retreated. Siobhan’s writing is contagious. Once you are consumed into the drama and angst of all that is going on, before you know it the end is upon you and your jaw is hitting the floor from the shocker that has unfolded. I am one click away from diving into Losing Kyler for the continuation of Faye’s journey in the Kennedy Dynasty. This is a must read for sure!
Wit-and-Wonder-Books More than 1 year ago
Unbelievably captivating tale of a story. Finding Kyler will take you on a war path of colossal amounts of emotions of highs and lows like you’ve never known before. Siobhan Davis is a genius to begin an intricate series weaved with suspension, romance and thick plots behind every corner. Faye Donovan’s life has just dropped from under her when her parents are taken from her by a cruel accident. Now, months away from her 18th birthday she is whisked away from Ireland to America by an Uncle she has never known and into the Kennedy Dynasty where fame and wealth comes at a price. Upon meeting her cousins, a warm welcome she doesn’t quite get, however, she feels a calling, a connection to Kyler. He’s moody, arrogant and in rare form. “[He] emits dangerous, seductive vibes that speak directly to that secret chamber inside me. It’s like he possesses a silent calling card that resurrects a hidden wild part of me.” Seeing through his outer shell, Kyler mirrors her same inner turmoil. The darkness that lingers and fights long to get out. And even though they begin their journey on a rough note, soon their souls connect, bursting to gravitate towards one another, seeking to be unleashed. But nothing in the Kennedy Dynasty is perfect and their attraction is taboo… or is it? Faye sees the dysfunction lurking in the Kennedy house, but becoming apart of the family carries its burdens too. Whether that be with her ‘cousins’ or blending in with her soon to be peers. Her life in Ireland wasn’t easy in least and it looks like history might just repeat itself. Could the perfect family that everyone idolizes hide secrets in the many shadows of their many recess of their lives? What happens when the shadows can no longer hold the power of the secrets any longer? Be ready to strap into a rollercoaster full of different characters, multiple personalities that all play a part in Faye’s new world in America. She is feisty and strong but hides a deeper, sadness behind her fiery personality. She can keep up with all the testosterone of the Kennedy’s which is honorable, since if I was in her shoes I would have retreated. Siobhan’s writing is contagious. Once you are consumed into the drama and angst of all that is going on, before you know it the end is upon you and your jaw is hitting the floor from the shocker that has unfolded. I am one click away from diving into Losing Kyler for the continuation of Faye’s journey in the Kennedy Dynasty. This is a must read for sure!
CandaceRobinson More than 1 year ago
Totally addicting and such a fun ride! I could not put this down! Romance was on point!
Books-love More than 1 year ago
Fans of Siobhan Davis know her from her Novo and Saven series, which are both in the fantasy genre. However, this new series is a contemporary YA romance. Some may be offput by the fact that the two romantic leads are cousins, and I was hesitant myself at first. However, I think if you like Ms. Davis' previous works, you should give this series a chance. Finding Kyler has everything we love about Siobhan's work: hot guys, a strong heroine we can relate to, plenty of drama, and angst and her most shocking cliffhanger yet. This is a great read for fans of Erin Watt, particularly if they liked Paper Princess and its sequels.
SunnyD More than 1 year ago
What I absolutely love about literature is that everything is fair game. Readers can experience taboo subjects without actually living them. Finding Kyler is one of those books that will stick with you forever, and not just because it features a romantic relationship between first cousins, but also because the exceptional quality of the writing. Lolita by Nabokov is my all-time favorite book, and yes, the story disgusts many; however, with superb writing, you get inside the characters’ heads and their intentions become clear. With Ky and Faye, Siobhan shows us that true love knows no limits. Their romance is electrifying and witnessing their relationship evolve was beautiful. They are perfect for each other. Who cares if they are cousins? Here is a list of everything you will find in Finding Kyler: -Mean girls (Addison and Peyton are awesome villains) -Hot guys (All the Kennedy boys, Brad, and yes, I think James is hot too) -Dysfunctional families -High school parties (who doesn’t love party scenes?) -Interesting friends (I love Rose and Lana) - Characters with entitlement issues and poor little rich boys - Drama, so much drama :-) - An ending that will leave your jaw hanging open but it will make you laugh at the same time (or maybe that’s just me) In conclusion, I loved Finding Kyler, and I really can’t wait to continue with the series!
BookDragonGirl More than 1 year ago
I LOVED this book!! First off...how cool was it that it takes place close to where I live, in Wellesley, MA....and it even included Legends Diner!!!!! That was AWESOME!!!! But this book, OMG....I hated to stop reading!! Faye...I LOVED her as the protagonist! She is a strong and well balanced person, unlike the Kennedys. She was raised by parents who loved her and brought her up always making sure she felt that love and they guided her in life, as she recalls many things they say and that gives her the courage and wisdom in what she does or decisions she makes. Whereas the Kennedys are such a screwed up family, and the children feel no love from the parents and ho respect for them. Faye comes along and she doesn't know what to make of them and they don't know what to make of her!! As time goes along some of them come to really love Faye, especially Kyler. 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, and 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. I loved every bite.
LolaReviews More than 1 year ago
Filled with drama, forbidden love, foreshadowing and a great group of characters with all their own problems and secrets, Finding Kyler is the addictive start of Siobhan her new series. I couldn't put this book down when I started reading. It was very additive and despite some issues that I had, I was hooked. I love how Siobhan manages to even put foreshadowing in this book and quickly I was guessing and forming my own theories about the secrets characters kept and their backstories. I was pleased I managed to predict the big twist at the end, there are enough clues to figure it out, but it still manages to feel like a big surprise for the characters and it wasn't too obvious. There is a great cliffhanger ending that makes me wish the second book was out already. Faye is a great character who can stand up for herself, she's sassy and doesn't hesitate to talk back, although I do think sometimes she went a bit too far with her insults and she retorted to violence sometimes. Faye has 7 cousins and it was a bit difficult to remember who is who at times as their names all start with a K, but by the end I was doing better remembering who was who. This family is so messed up and they all make their share of mistakes, but at the same time I can't help but grown fond of these characters. The romance is a bit of a forbidden romance, there is some hot and cold behavior from Kyler and I never fully warmed up to him, but there are some very sweet moments as well and by the end I did think these two were good for each other. All in all this was an addictive read filled with drama and a group of memorable characters and I can't wait for book 2! I received a free copy of this book and voluntary reviewed it.
Tera_C More than 1 year ago
I love this authors work, and this new series has me wanting more!! I never can put her books down until I am finished with them and she always leaves me wanting more with her cliffhangers. If you are a fan of Paper Princess then you will love this book. Let me tell you, I am usually the one out of the group that can tell you what is going to happen next and WOW I was floored by the ending of this book, I totally did not see that coming....... Want to know what it was? Guess you will have to read it to find out.
Megan0288 More than 1 year ago
A story of heartbreak for one young Faye. 17 years old and both her Mum and dad die in a car accident, she is sent to live with her Uncle and his family. She wasn't aware she had an uncle or aunty and cousins until after the funeral. Faye moves from her life in Ireland to America where her uncles family live. Faye wants to fit in even if she doesn't want to admit it. shes always wanted more family. Her cousins were 50/50 on her being there, but once they got to know each other most of them liked her. Faye however has fallen for one of her cousins Kyler Kennedy. but its not smooth sailing with his ex sniffing around.