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Book Reviews, Contemporary Romance, Year of Reviews - 2022

Review – Moonlight in Massachusetts by Siobhan Davis

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Moonlight in Massachusetts; Kennedy Boys #11 
(#11 within a series)

Publication Date: March 31, 2022

Genre/Tropes: Novella/Contemporary Romance

Author: Siobhan Davis

Review Rating: 5 Gold Stars

Review/Synopsis:

Review:

For every reader who longs to know how their favorite characters are doing, this is the perfect addition to your collection. Moonlight in Massachusetts brings the entire Kennedy family back in one place and we get a special glimpse into how their lives have progressed since we last stepped into their world.

Each couple gets their own spotlight so we get not only a special time with each one of them, but so many also have their own children. Probably the most shocking fact in this scenario is that several of them are now angsty teenagers themselves. Watching how each couple deals with their growing family and remembering how they themselves were as teens is always a humble moment for any parent to remember.

This beautiful compilation is best read once the entire Kennedy series is finished as it’s not only a look into where each couple is in their relationship with each other, but also their ties within the family and how they are surviving at parenthood and in their careers.

I loved diving back in with the Kennedy’s and look forward a new generation with all the Kennedy children.

Synopsis:

An optional epilogue short novel in the highly addictive Kennedy Boys series by USA Today & Wall Street Journal bestseller Siobhan Davis.

Find out what is going on in the lives of your favorite family and their offspring. Set five years after the series end, this story begins with Selena receiving a prestigious award for Moonlight, the support center she opened to help survivors of abuse.

You can expect laughter, camaraderie, steam, a little drama and angst, and lots of love! The Kennedys are as close-knit as ever, and family still means everything to them.

This is a multiple POV short novel, including chapters from all the main characters in the series. It should be read after Reforming Kent.

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