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Moonlight on Nightingale Way

(On Dublin Street #6)

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4.24  ·  Rating details ·  13,819 ratings  ·  1,304 reviews
Logan from Echoes of Scotland Street is back with his own smoldering story, as the New York Times bestselling On Dublin Street series returns…

Logan spent two years paying for the mistakes he made. Now, he’s ready to start over. He has a great apartment, a good job, and plenty of women to distract him from his past. And one woman who is driving him to distraction…

Grace esca
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Paperback, 334 pages
Published June 2nd 2015 by NAL
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Sonja van der Merwe Logan is Shannon's brother who was in prison for beating up her ex boyfriend. He made a clean start when he came out and started working for Brandon.…moreLogan is Shannon's brother who was in prison for beating up her ex boyfriend. He made a clean start when he came out and started working for Brandon. (less)
Anna Banana Declan is Hannah's little brother right? I think Samantha Young answered that question once on her Facebook and she said he wouldn't be getting a book…moreDeclan is Hannah's little brother right? I think Samantha Young answered that question once on her Facebook and she said he wouldn't be getting a book because he felt like a little brother to her or something like that.(less)

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Christy
Oct 14, 2014 rated it really liked it
4 stars!

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I can’t believe one of my favorite series is at the end of it’s road. The ODS series is one that I wish could go on forever. A few of these books are top favorites of mine. The characters are memorable, the stories are wonderful and the writing is superb. The final chapter- Moonlight on Nightingale Way is Grace and Logan’s story. Logan is Shannon’s brother (who we meet in the last book) and he’s spent the last two years of his life locked up for doing the right thing. Grace is his neig
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Catarina
4 Final Stars.

Logan was arrested a few years for beating his sister rapist almost to death. Now he’s trying to re-do his life and stay in his corner, since being an ex-con is most of the time a motive to judge him. Grace is his neighbor, a girl running away from her past.
When life brings them together, things aren’t easy at first sight. But when some unexpected things happen, bringing them closer, they will realize that sometimes what we need, it’s just next door.

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[~Ami~]♥Sexy Dexy♥
2 stars

Sorry I did not like this one. At all!!! I felt no chemistry. I found the "banter" so lame. I hated the MCs. Even all the side characters reappearing annoyed me with their cheesy happy ever after.

Eventhough this series didn't end on a high note I still love ODS and BJL. I'm sorry to say I think I may be officially parting ways with SY now.

Ramona
May 05, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I am so sad that this series has come to an end, but happy that it got the perfect ending that it deserved.

Samantha Young managed to captivate me for years with her books and "Moonlight on Nightingale Way" didn't disappoint in the least. When I first read about the hero of this story, I was kind of guarded, because I wasn't familiar with Logan much. I only knew the main idea, that he was Shannon's brother, the one that ended up in jail after beating the man that hurt and nearly raped her. We cou
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Eni
Oct 10, 2014 rated it it was amazing
4.5 stars

I'm so sad this series is over,because it has a very special place in my heart.(As does Braden)

I really liked this book and i loved the epilogue.It was the perfect way to end this amazing series.

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We only read a little about Logan in EoSS,but that little made me love him.
I'm so excited about this book.

Jacqueline's Reads
Apr 03, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc, 4-star-books
4.5 Oh-God, Why is it Over Stars?

Moonlight on Nightingale Way is the last book in the On Dublin Street series. It is also a standalone. Although, since it’s the last in the series, I highly suggest you read the previous books to get the full effect.

Moonlight on Nightingale Way was the perfect conclusion to my beloved series. Sigh. I loved it. I loved the storyline, I loved the characters, correction, I LOVED ALL the characters. I felt like Samantha Young really gave what the viewers craved. Rom
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Sarah
This was an adult contemporary romance story featuring Grace and Logan.

I liked Grace and Logan in this, and I liked how Grace didn’t judge Logan for his criminal record.

The storyline in this was about the romance between Grace and Logan, but I found it a bit annoying how Logan pushed Grace away when really he wanted her. We also got a storyline about a long-lost daughter turning up, and another storyline about why Grace had moved to Edinburgh to get away from her family.

The ending to this was p
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Jeanne
Meh, dnf @ 60%





I guess I will jump ship on this one, if I'm not into it by now I never will be. It's such a bummer because I really enjoyed the first few books in the series. Before Jamaica Lane with Nate and Olivia is one of my all time favorites, but sadly for me, that's where this series peaked. My main issue with this one is that I didn't care for the characters right off the bat, especially Grace. Ugh. I actually thought the first scene was cringe worthy, so I would suggest listening to
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AJ
Nov 07, 2014 rated it really liked it
Nooooooo, it’s over!!! *sniff*

But what a FANTASTIC finish to one of my all-time favourite series.

4 stars.


The final book in the On Dublin Street series, this is a bittersweet review for me to write. I love these books, and am devastated that the ride is over, but it finishes off really well with a fantastic story featuring loveable but flawed characters, great banter, wonderfully building sexual tension, drama, angst and a sensational and passionate romance. All intermingled with a close knit ci
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Jen
Sep 18, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: audiobooks
Holy cow! I don't know why I haven't continued reading this series. Well, yes I do, there always seems to be another book that comes up and other books just get pushed aside. When I saw this audiobook available I had to grab it. Now that I've listened to the last book in this series, I really need to read the other books. This was such a great book and the added accents in the audiobook version were fantastic!



Grace is a freelance editor and works from home. Even though she has a hunky neighbor,
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Natasha is a Book Junkie
“I can’t walk away from you even if I wanted to. And I don’t want to. You are reality and sweet oblivion wrapped up in one annoyingly argumentative, always-bloody-right, classy, gorgeous-as-f*ck package.”

Six full length novels, six couples I loved from the get-go, six unforgettable love stories that will forever remain some of my favourite books of all time, and we now say goodbye to the wonderful world of the On Dublin Street series with this unputdownable finale—a touching friends-to-lover
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♥Rachel♥
Dec 10, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
4.5 Stars

Grace’s new neighbor, Logan, is basically a manwhore. His sexual antics and loud parties have deprived her of sleep, and generally ticked her off. Logan’s reactions to her complaints push her buttons even more so, accusing Grace of being an uppity snob. Needless to say they are not on the best of terms when they first meet. But Grace gets to know Logan a little and her opinion of him begins to soften, just a tad.

When faced with something that changes his life forever, Logan is shocked
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Jacqueline
Jun 16, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
On Dublin Street Spoiler Free Series Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uJyl...

4/5 stars

My favorite in the series!!

Cannot believe I already read all these books so fast!
Michelle
Oct 14, 2014 rated it really liked it
I m so sad this is over but this is a great book

Logan as had a really shit few yrs after him beatin his sisters ex bf 4 raping her he went 2 prison for 2 yrs an they were hard an it changed him a lot Logan as great people around him an peep who want 2 give him a chance 2 get his life back on track this is where Grace comes in they both live next door 2 each other an they don't really get of on the right foot with Logan an his wallbanging an extra loud women an Grace not getting any peace 2 do
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Sharon ∞❥ is an emotional book junkie ❥∞
3.5 - 4 ★'s

This book is about Logan, Shannon's brother, who we met in her book and who has just gotten released from jail and has started working for Braden at his club.

I was really looking forward to Logan's book but overall, I was left feeling a little disappointed. I've been thinking about what exactly it is that has been me feeling this way. I think part of it is just that it's the last book in a for the most part amazing series. The other is that Logan and Grace just didn't quite doing it
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Snow
Dec 23, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: romance
"3 done with the ODS series stars"

Crap, this was NOT how I pictured my closure to the On Dublin Street series
BUT I wasn't covinced in what Logan and Grace had in this book.

For example, Logan was so out of place, firstly he's this hunk of a guy - tall, intimidating, sexy and brooding THEN he does things that only meeh, slimy shitheads do, then he's commanding domineering alpha in bed and I guess, for me, he went from one extreme to another and I was stuck in the middle trying to figure this guy
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Milica's Bookshelf
“There are moments in life that change us irreparably. Sometimes those moments are grand and dramatic, tragic or beautiful in their intensity. Sometimes those moments are quiet and small like footsteps fading behind a closed door. The subtlety of those moments can sometimes camouflage their impact and sometimes the impact is felt profoundly, but the quietness of the moment is lost on everyone else around you adding loneliness to the equation.”



Just loved it, great ending for an amazing series!
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Rachel Reads Ravenously
Jun 04, 2015 rated it really liked it
4 stars!

Not my favorite book by SY, but still a good way to end the series *sobs*
L*Take Me To My HEA*
I loved it! Logan was this close to beating Nate from my book-boyfriend status. But, alas! Nate (one of my many book-boyfriends) still holds the key to my fickle-minded heart. :D

Auntee
Oct 26, 2015 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Fans of the On Dublin Street series
I was hooked from the start with this one. The opening chapters with the hero, Logan MacLeod, and his man whore ways... I had to laugh at how it aggravated his next door neighbor, Grace Farquhar. The poor woman couldn't get any work done (she was a free-lance editor working from home) or get any sleep with the sounds of orgasmic pleasure coming from his apartment next door. Grace and Logan get off to a rather unpleasant start, but you can feel the sexual tension brewing between them.

Logan has se
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Suzana
Nov 26, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Bloody loved it ...
And that ending ... perfect ♥
This was one of the best series that I have ever read, and now I'm a little sad that it's over ...
Lyndy Ann ♫
Moonlight on Nightingale Way is the sixth and final book in the On Dublin Street series and is my favourite I was hooked from the first page til the last I did not want it to end. Logan Macleod and stolen Braden’s place in my heart (sorry Braden).

Grace moved to Edinburgh to start her new life surrounding herself with great friends to replace her horrible family back in London. She has a great life, with her friends a job she loves and a great apartment the only thing missing is Mr Right. This is
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Beverly
Jul 03, 2015 rated it really liked it
I listened to the audiobook and with every chapter fell more in love! The narrator has an accent and was able to execute so many characters perfectly!

I loved this story, but seeing one of my favorite series end is bitter sweet.

FULL REVIEW TO COME!
Jennifer
★★★
Moonlight on Nightingale Way is the sixth and final installment in Samantha Young's adult contemporary romance series titled On Dublin Street. There are some books in this series that made it to my absolute favorites list and there are others that made me wonder why they were even in this series. Moonlight on Nightingale Way was kind of in-between, falling between three and four stars in my opinion. I expected a lot for the final book, and even though I don't think the series ended with memor
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-C-
Oct 16, 2016 rated it really liked it
What a wonderful couple and conclusion to this series.
I liked Grace much. She was so brave and sweet and strong. Then Logan was not at all who I thought he was going to be. He turned into such a wonderful dad and boyfriend. Maia was such a brave young girl. I loved her relationship with Grace. I loved seeing all the couple's and especially the ending with scenes from all of them.
No man alive loves a woman as much as I love you. I never thought I would feel this way about anyone. I didn’t thin
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Vilma Iris
May 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Sexy, emotional, addictive and a wonderful finale to an amazing series.

What a perfect, heartfelt finale to a much-loved series. I can remember reading On Dublin Street for the first time and falling in love with Joss and Braden, and now, so many stories later, with characters like Liv, Shannon, Jo, Hannah and Ellie, we finally get the story of Logan (whom we met in Echoes of Scotland) and Grace. I loved how Logan and Grace’s story delivered so much emotion. There is a lot of addictive angst, a l
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Sarah
Moonlight on Nightingale Way is the last full length novel in the On Dublin Street series and as much as I've loved these books I can't help thinking that's probably for the best because the stories have started to feel a little forced now. I was actually looking forward to reading Logan's book, we met him in Echoes of Scotland Street (he's Shannon's brother so we've already seen exactly what he was prepared to sacrifice to protect his sister!) and I really wanted to see him get his own happy en ...more
Beatrice ~ Confessions of a Pinay Bookaholic
Moonlight on Nightingale Way is wonderful book to wrap up the series and this is probably my third favorite. (view spoiler) as it tells story of Shannon's brother, Logan MacLeod. (We met him on the previous book :Echoes of Scotland Street)

Logan was an ex-convict because of a crime he committed in order to protect his sister. Starting a new life out of prison, with a job (offered by Braden), living in an apart
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Fran
Jun 02, 2015 marked it as not-meant-to-be
DNF at 5%

The annoying characters just don't go well with PMS. :))
Deeksha
May 31, 2015 rated it did not like it
Shelves: dnf
1 Star

What bullshit it this ?!? Broken, uncomfortable writing, one-dimensional characters and an overused and not at all well executed plot. Oh spare me the Grace is such a saint and Logan is a good heart under all that man whoring bullshit.

What in the hell happened to Samantha Young's writing? I have read books by her before, it wasn't anything exceptional, but it was never this bad. Thank goodness this book is last in the series if this is what it has come down to.

DNF at 25%
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