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Moonlit Whisper: An Irish Romance (Moonlit Destination Series) by Amy Mckinley – Review by Laura-Jane Minnie

Moonlit Whisper (An Irish Romance)Moonlit Whisper by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I love a romance story, the chemistry between Connor and Fiona is on fire. It did leave me wanting more as I read it quick being a short story. But totally worth the read.

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Moonlit Whisper: An Irish Romance (Moonlit Destination Series) by Amy McKinley – Review by Naomi McDonald

Moonlit Whisper (An Irish Romance)Moonlit Whisper by Amy McKinley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Moonlit Whisper is a novelette in the Moonlit Destination series. It can be read as a standalone.
This book is a quick read. It’s a little bit angsty, which I’m totally on board with because it offsets the tender moments nicely. It took me a minute to remember that soccer outside of the US is called football so I was little confused right at the beginning when it was talking about a football field but kicking to score a goal, lol. (*facepalm*)
I like that, even though this is not a full-length novel, you get the full-length feel. The characters are well developed and you get the background of the characters woven in so the picture is complete by the end.
Overall, good read!

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Moonlit Whisper: An Irish Romance (Moonlit Destination Series) by Amy McKinley – Review by Angela Shirley

Moonlit Whisper (An Irish Romance)Moonlit Whisper by Amy McKinley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

When Fiona was asked to help out a transfer student, little did she know a blast from the past would come back and haunt her.

Fiona has been asked to help a new transfer student out from the football team but when she meets him for the first time she can’t believe its Connor, the boy who she had feelings for all those many years ago but he went away and she thought he was gone forever.

Connor had to leave to help support his family, now that he is back in Dublin can he rekindle the love he had for Fiona or has she moved on.

I really enjoyed this story, I have read many stories from this author and love them all, this does not disappoint. The interaction between the two characters was brilliant and although you feel the heartache for both of them the story developed into a great book.

I felt like I was transported into the story with each turn of the page and my only disappointment was the book was not long enough. I recommend all of Amy’s books you will not be disappointed with the well written stories and well developed characters. Give her a go.

Reviewed by Angela Shirley

Moonlit Whisper: An Irish Romance (Moonlit Destination Series) by Amy McKinley – Review by Katie Matthews

Moonlit Whisper (An Irish Romance)Moonlit Whisper by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 

I really do adore this author. I get lost in her books so easily and they are always a pleasure to read. Moonlit Whisper was a lovely second chance romance novella, I read it quite quickly but that was definitely because I was so swept up in what I was reading. There were a few times I was a little confused with the flashbacks but it didn’t take me long to figure out the writing style Ms McKinley had adopted for this story. It was emotional at times and I definitely felt for Fiona.
Overall a lovely story, with wonderful characters and a nice storyline with a few twists! I definitely recommend this story to other readers!

@katiem
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Moonlit Whisper: An Irish Romance (Moonlit Destination Series) by Amy McKinley – Review by Sunday Barnaby

Moonlit Whisper (An Irish Romance)Moonlit Whisper by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Moonlit Whisper: An Irish Romance by Amy McKinley
Five Stars

Moonlit Whisper: An Irish Romance is another short story in the Moonlit Destination series by Amy McKinley. These short stories are all standalones featuring different couples in different places so they can be read in any order. I highly recommend them because they are short enough to read in an evening, and they are great HEA love stories. This one features Fiona, Lachlan and Connor. Growing up as kids they were the best of friends, but when Connor comes back after years away, will they be able to still be friends? You will just have to read it to find out.
Review by @sunbarn

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Moonlit Whisper: An Irish Romance (Moonlit Destination Series) by Amy McKinley – Review by Sheri Schrader

Moonlit Whisper (An Irish Romance)Moonlit Whisper by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Moonlit Whisper: An Irish Romance by Amy McKinley is part of the Moonlit Destination series. This is a short read which left me wanting more of the story. The story concerns Fiona who has been asked to tutor a footballer, little does she know it is someone from her past. What will come of this reunion? This is a sweet romance with a HEA and can be read in one sitting. The best part is it can be read as a standalone story. I always enjoy a story from Amy McKinley and this certainly did not disappoint. I look forward to my next read from this great author.

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Moonlit Whisper: An Irish Romance (Moonlit Destination Series) by Amy McKinley – Review by Tausha Treadway

Moonlit Whisper (An Irish Romance)Moonlit Whisper by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Moonlit Whisper: An Irish Romance (Moonlit Destination Series) by Amy McKinley. This book is super short and super amazing. I also love Amy McKinley so I knew it would be great. I read it in a super short amount of time but it was so good it kept me thinking about it long after. Its the story of Flo whose dad is a football coach so when he asks her to tutor one of his players she doesn’t think much about it until she figures out who it is. Its none other than Connor who used to sneak in and out of her room at night, the Connor who broke her heart when he left. The main reason Connor came back was Flo and to finish out his Senior year but now he has to not only win Flo back but he has the added competition of his ex best friend Lach. Will Flo choose Connor or Lach? Read Moonlit Whisper to find out!

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Moonlit Whisper: An Irish Romance (Moonlit Destination Series) by Amy McKinley – Review by Felicia Bates

Moonlit Whisper (An Irish Romance)Moonlit Whisper by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Moonlit Whisper: An Irish Romance
Amy McKinley
5 out of 5 stars

I am always thrilled to stumble across writing by Amy McKinley that I haven’t read yet. When I found Moonlit Whisper, it was an automatic download. I read this story in two sittings, only because I started it so late the night before. As always, the writing was strong with characters I effortless loved. Both Fiona and Connor were great, heck, I even appreciated Lach as a character. I could go on and on about how I loved the story, but rather than vaguely ramble, I just encourage you to read Moonlit Whisper on your own.

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Moonlit Whisper: An Irish Romance (Moonlit Destination Series) by Amy McKinley – Review by Chantelle Smith

Moonlit Whisper (An Irish Romance)Moonlit Whisper by Amy McKinley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This isn’t my first read by this author so reading her work is brilliant every time, this one while being a shorter read you would think that it lacks in something but you will be happy to find that this book has everything and more that you get from a full-length novel. This book captivates you from the very beginning and has you hooked until the very end! I loved following Fiona’s & Connors story they had a great connection I really hoped that they could put the past behind them and face a new HEA together! This book was a brilliant second chance romance read that has emotions ad characters that make this read real and captivating. I can’t wait to read more from this author and this series!

Reviewed By @tillytillzz
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Moonlit Whisper: An Irish Romance (Moonlit Destination Series) by Amy McKinley – Review by Lisa Helmick

Moonlit Whisper (An Irish Romance)Moonlit Whisper by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Boy Oh Boy did I enjoy this one! My only complaint would be I wanted more! The story is a fraction in their lives. With a couple perfect flashbacks. I was made to feel hurt, anger, sorrow and giddiness all in the span of these few pages. The characters are memorable ones and I really can’t get enough of those Irish swear words! (Smiling like an idiot). Fiona and Connor are a sweet couple while Lachlan seems hotheaded.
I enjoyed this immensely and could only ask for more.

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