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The Irish Getaway

(The Kennedy Boys #3.5)

4.29  ·  Rating details ·  1,484 ratings  ·  187 reviews
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
Kindle Edition, 214 pages
Published August 31st 2017 (first published August 2017)
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Boys gone wild is right! And these are not just any boys, they’re the Kennedy brothers who are wreaking havoc of the most addictive kind all over Ireland while on vacation.

I love it when authors write novellas because they’re usually about characters we love and get to spend more time with. It’s even better when no matter the word count, you still get all the good stuff like drama, excitement, sexy times and interesting character interactions and Siobhan does a wonderful

FIVE GETAWAY STARS for Kennedy Boys 💖💖💖!!!


One more perfect book from the "Kennedy Boys" series by Siobhan Davis that I couldn't put it down.

If you have read and loved the first three books from series, this is "the cherry on the top of the cake" book that you MUST TO READ right now!!!

Highly recommended!!!

I can't wait to read the next book 😍❤🔥!!!
Siobhan Davis
Jul 08, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Ireland may never be the same, again as Siobhan Davis takes us all on holiday with the Kennedy family in THE IRISH GETAWAY. Faye is going home for a visit and Ky is right by her side, while the rest of the Kennedy boys turn heads, hearts and toss a few punches as they flirt their way through pubs and parties. It won’t be all fun and games though, as Faye gets to know her newfound family and iron out a few relationship wrinkles there.

I think Siobhan Davis had some fun writing this brief trip as w
I’ve been excited about The Irish Getaway from the moment Siobhan Davis mentioned a Kennedy Boys short story. Reading Loving Kalvin merely increased my desire to read this short story, the titbits offered leaving me super excited to find out more of the specific details. I hate to say it, but whilst I enjoyed this, it wasn’t quite all I had hoped it would be.

I have a very complicated relationship with short stories. I hate more than I love. With the Saven series, Siobhan Davis convinced me her s
Kyler and Faye :-) My favorite Kennedy Boy and his girl. They were the stars of this novella, so how could I not love it?!

The Kennedys are going to Ireland! Ky and Faye spend three weeks there on their own, and then the rest of the family joins them after that. Those first three weeks are a blissful, contented time for them. They make their own memories in Faye's home, which help her in dealing with the many memories that haunt her as she misses her parents. I LOVED when she brought Ky to her p
Amber Hodges
This was such a fun read full of the usual Kennedy crazy! I loved all the romance and family love that is swirled throughout the pages!

You get to follow Faye and Kyler throughout their time in Ireland for the summer! The scenes had me wanting to jump on a plane and head to Ireland myself!

I love how much the characters seemed to have grown in the time on their vacation and how much love is within the story. It makes you smile through all the pages and never wanting it to stop!

I can't wait for th
Jul 31, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Do not let the length of this novella deter you from purchasing this. I know that sometimes I am hesitant to purchase the in-between novellas, but trust me, this is not one to miss! The Irish Getaway is jam-packed with that Kennedy-style drama we have grown to love and crave as well as very well-placed plot tidbits regarding each character’s individual story. We also get to experience the steamiest scene between Faye and Ky to date. Let me tell you, I am not sure if it gets hotter than that. Fan ...more
Aug 20, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I really love the Kennedy boys series and this novella was no exception. It was great to go back to the original couple and see them interacting and in Ireland no less! And to make it even more great, eventually the rest of the Kennedys join in and we even get to see Adam and Whitney again.

The family dynamic is so interesting to me. This many boys in one family, and how different their personalities are even though they were all raised in the same household. I like how we got little hints and te
Aug 31, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The Irish Getaway is the Kennedy's summer vacation!! It must be read after you've read the first 3 books in this series. It is a novella, but without knowledge of the previous three books, this book will be so confusing to a reader. Plus it has a lot of bonus content that can't be truly enjoyed without the background from books 1thru 3.

Faye and Kyler start the story off in Ireland by themselves, which I really enjoyed. I love this couple so much. They've been through hell and back (many times) s
Aug 12, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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I'm so glad we got another glimpse into Faye and Ky's life after their part of the series ended. Those two are goals. And of course no Kennedy Boys story would be complete without loads of family drama and brothers behaving badly. And Faye going all spider monkey in that one scene had me laughing out loud. This short story was a lot of fun, and I'm so excited for the next book in the series. The bonus content at the end was great as well, and I loved reliving scenes from previous stories but fro ...more
Aug 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This novella was perfect. It was the perfect combination of fun and drama. I feel like Siobhan used this novella really well as a vehicle to set us up for other books. It's all very subtle, but there are just little tidbits she's dropping about some of the auxiliary characters, and I think it's so exciting because I can't wait to read everyone's story. I really liked getting to hear about their trip to Ireland. Its was really neat to see more interactions between Adam and Faye, and Faye and Whit ...more
Luisa Rivas
Aug 31, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This novella is like a transition between the books in the series.   It fits between Finding Kyler and Loving Kalvin, like a dessert course between dinner courses. The whole Kennedy family and Faye travel to Ireland.  There they will do the touristy thing plus meet with Faye's grandparents from her biological father, Adam.

Faye and Kyler are an established couple, and their scenes are definitely cheesy with all the loving and sexing.  I get a kick out of seeing Kyler so devoted and accommodating,
Katherine Paschal
As a general rule, I avoid short stories and novellas like the plague, always wanting more and usually left unsatisfied with what I get. Well, I do make an exception when it comes to novellas that are set as part of a story or world I already know (and love!) with characters that I am already invested in, and this is one of the few exceptions. This book picks up a few months after the end of Keeping Kyler, with Faye and Kyler on vacation in Ireland and the rest of the Kennedy clan on their way t ...more
Aug 19, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Irish Getaway by Siobhan Davis is book 3.5 of the Kennedy Boys series and it ideally should be read after the first three books of the series; Finding Kyler, Losing Kyler and Keeping Kyler.

“I love him as deeply as he loves me, and I know, without a shadow of a doubt, that he’s my forever.” - Faye

Yet again, Siobhan has created another addictive story that had me experiencing so many emotions as I read about Faye, Kyler and their families growing closer and showing their love for each other. T
Aug 25, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Originally posted on Daydreaming Books.

*I received an eARC of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.*

After all the chaos, the Kennedys along with Faye head out for a much-needed vacation. But wherever they go, trouble follows. Will they be able to enjoy a normal holiday like any other people or will chaos break loose again?

*A Little Spoilerish!*

This book wonderfully fills the gap between Keeping Kyler and Loving Kalvin. All our favourite characters are present in this bo
Aug 29, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: arc
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!

3.5 stars

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 K
Sep 04, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
First thoughts: I'm mush.

Review: The Irish Getaway is a novella that follows the events of Keeping Kyler - The Kennedy Boys 3. We start our summer vacation with Kyler and Faye staying in Faye's home in Ireland. They have been by themselves for a week or two and they have been enjoying each other's company. This book went straight into action. After all Kyler and Faye are perfect for each other.

The rest of the Kennedy clan arrives and goodness the boys are just awesome. We get to see more of Ken
The newest addition to the Kennedy Boys series by Siobhan Davis, The Irish getaway throws us right back into the never dull, sometimes chaotic lives of the Kennedy family. The cheese factor is high with Ky and Faye and everyone calls them out on it, humorously. The interestingly complex parts of the story involve a mystery dealing with Rach, the conflict between Kal and Lana, the group fight, the sisterly contention between Faye and Whitney and the odd, but funny conflict triangle with James, Ad ...more
Daisy Delfin
Sep 03, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Must read for Kennedy Fans

Now that two people liked the review, I try to write the review in more detail without giving away too much of the story.
At the beginning the story concentrates on Faye, Kyler and Faye's Irish friends.
Then the rest of the Kennedy family joins in. Faye's family also explores Dublin and Faye and their cousins explore the nightlife. The journey continues and other people join in: the biological father of Faye, her half siblings and her grandparents. Faye and Kyler have a g
Cheryl   Graham-Petit
The Irish Getaway is a short novel in the Kennedy Boys series and should be read after reading the first three books in this series. It is an amazing book because the author, is magic with her words. The Irish Getaway is an action-packed, fast-paced adventure packed with mayhem, family drama, passion, mystery, conflict, humor, emotional moments, and plenty of heat. It also contains bonus scenes for up coming books.

I volunteered to review an advance reader copy of this book.
Tera Comer
Aug 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: arc
I love this series, there is so much drama and intense emotions that follow. You have to have read the first three books in the series for any of this one to make sense but why wouldn't you want to read them, they are awesome! I totally can not wait for Brad's book! I received a free copy of this book and volunteered to review it ...more
Jan 27, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
DRAMA...Coming and going...and I love it! Those Kennedy boys sure can get themselves into some deliciously fun trouble. If you have not read the three books before The Irish Getaway, I suggest you do that right now. Thank you Siobhan Davis for the all the Bonus Content! What a great surprise. Now, I am off to read Loving Kalvin.
Jessica Calla
Mar 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Another great NA read from Siobhan Davis! Love spending time with the Kennedy Boys!
Jennifer G
Aug 03, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The Irish Getaway is a gift to all of the readers who fell in love with Kyler and Faye; who endured their first roller coaster year together, and now want a glimpse of their HEA. It's full of fun, passion, and of course plenty of Kennedy drama.

Faye and Ky are in Ireland on their own for 3 weeks before the rest of the Kennedy clan invades the Emerald Isle. Ireland has never been hotter! Faye wants new memories to replace the broken hearted ones she had leaving Ireland after her parent's deaths.
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Dublin holiday troubles

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I fell hard for all the Kennedy brother's from the start and love it when they are together. However, sometimes touch family can open a can of trouble. That is what happens on the Dublin trip. It also opens storylines that I can't wait to read. I'm excited for this series and is is among my favorite series.
Juliana Botha
Sep 02, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
*** Complimentary ARC Copy Received from Siobhan Davis which I voluntarily reviewed***
As always Mrs Davis didn’t disappoint one bit with this short novella. It has all the fun, moodiness, secrets and more.
Faye and Kyler went off to Ireland first the first leg of the Kennedy Family Holiday and I can just say that boy at some point I was too feeling a bit icky with all the love these to share, but it’s so sweet anyway, and the sexual chemistry these two youngsters share is amazing, and it make you
Aug 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Loved getting more of Faye and Kyler! These two are too cute! And I loved the Irish setting! It's wonderful to see the crew traveling to different areas of Ireland! Vacationing with the Kennedy's is no easy task, these boys are horny, rowdy, and seem to find trouble wherever they go! I'm so ready to see each one of these boys brought to their knees when they find the person that shows them that they really need to grow the heck up! I haven't always loved the Kennedy boys, and I'm on the fence ab ...more
Heather Baxter
Aug 21, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Visiting Ireland is on my bucket list and this book simply added to my desire. In this book Faye is taking Kyler to her old stomping ground. The two mix and mingle with her old friends and cohorts, stay in her old house, and visit her parents graves. Faye and Kyler's relationship is developing and mature. Yes, they are constantly in each other pants but they aren't worried about how each other feels about the other and trust they are in it for the long haul. Faye gets the opportunity to spent ti ...more
maria arcara
Aug 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I always love Ms Davis' writing & I'm never disappointed by the quality of her work. She always packs so much into her stories, even when they're novellas, and her ability to maintain and follow up on the details of her characters' lives is simply amazing. The Irish Getaway was a short read, yet, it was jam packed with action and emotion as Faye returned to her home in Ireland for the first time since her parents died. And with the rest of the Kennedys joining her & Ky, there's no lack of drama, ...more
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