Faye understands what it’s like to have your world turned upside down. Determined to support her boyfriend, she gives chase. Yet nothing could prepare her for the ugly truth. Ky has always been plagued with inner demons, and as he falls apart, Faye finally discovers what he’s been hiding from her—from everyone.
When serious accusations arise, Kyler’s future hangs in the balance. But Kennedys stick together in times of crisis, and they rally around him now.
At least there is nothing to prevent Faye and Ky from being together. They go public with their relationship, but not everyone is thrilled for them. Enemies reappear, and fresh battle lines are drawn, but Faye is ready to fight back.
No one is taking her new family from her.
Especially not a manipulative ex.
With time running out for Kyler, Faye takes matters into her own hands.
But when you play with fire, you risk getting burned.
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My Review: 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
This series, especially this book, is like reading an incredibly engrossing teenage soap opera (or I guess pretty much any show set in a high school on the CW channel). Just when you think the characters are going to get one minute to breath and potentially be happy, something devastating or at least shocking happens to start the chain of worry again. I blew through this book in an afternoon because I just couldn't help myself and I needed to know more. Soooo, can I give a teeny tiny spoiler and say that the sexual tension that has been spilling all over the place in the last two books finally has some sort of resolution (ahem, climax if you may)? It has been so steamy at times between Kyler and Faye that I feel like a bucket of water is needed to cool off my ereader during the last two books, and that was without any actual sex occurring. Well, if you like some hot scenes, then you will not be disappointed with Keeping Kyler. Not just the sexy time, but the words of love pour off the pages. These two are not afraid to admit their feelings to each other and everyone else (even if at times I want them to stop the oversharing of their hearts because it is so raw it makes me uncomfortable).