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Dylan: Fianna Fáil: Soldiers of Destiny

Dylan Fianna F il Soldiers of Destiny May contain triggers for some audiences Contains graphic sex drug use violence and adult situations Not recommended for anyone under This is a continuation series picking up from the end of book

  • Title: Dylan: Fianna Fáil: Soldiers of Destiny
  • Author: S. Kline
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • May contain triggers for some audiences Contains graphic sex, drug use, violence, and adult situations Not recommended for anyone under 18.This is a continuation series picking up from the end of book one This is what life is all about This is the place where all of our troubles are put to rest This is my family It s not traditional, but it s mine, and I will do everMay contain triggers for some audiences Contains graphic sex, drug use, violence, and adult situations Not recommended for anyone under 18.This is a continuation series picking up from the end of book one This is what life is all about This is the place where all of our troubles are put to rest This is my family It s not traditional, but it s mine, and I will do everything in my power to protect what s mine Down to my last breath Dylan Trent is than just the main drug dealer for the organization known as Fianna Fail He is also Troy Donovan s childhood best friend Nine months after Marcus s betrayal, and Callie is still in hiding The whole of the organization is on the hunt for revenge But what happens when a broken girl suffering abuse at the hands of her drug addicted mother and step father entwines herself in Dylan s world Meet Raven Colt One girl who holds too many secrets for her eighteen years of age As their world collides will they rise above, or shatter under the pressure Find out in book 2 of the Fianna Fail series.

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      S Kline is a stay at home wife , and mother of three She was born and raised in small town Indiana She spent three years working at a state psychiatric facility, was married at eighteen, and is now accomplishing her life time dream of becoming a writer Follow her Facebook author page at facebook pages S Klin

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    1. Unbelievably, I loved Dylan more than Troy! As a character Dylan had all the faults and vices Troy had but he also had a humour and lovable, soft side. I had to drop the fifth star only because I felt this plot was a little slow to start for Dylan and Raven. I think we hit around 40% and Dylan was leaving town when I was desperate for something to really ramp up the heat between them. I know they had to take things slow for Raven and it was totally worth the wait. I felt Ravens fear that Dylan w [...]


    2. My first thoughts after reading DylanOMG OMG OMG!!! Serous book hangover after this book. After reading S. Kline's first book Troy I didn't think she could do better than that. Then came Dylan and BAM! Grand Slam!! This book had everything Troy had and more!Dylan is the kind of bad boy every girl wants to have in her life. He's tough, he's loyal, he's caring, he's trustworthy, he's hot as hell and when it comes to his "family" and those he cares about, he will protect them with his last breath. [...]


    3. 4.5 stars. Love the series and author! :) This read is much darker than the first with sexual abuse. It maybe hard for some individuals to digest. I do love how all the characters from Troy are back in this book. It feels like one big continuation!! :)This particular book focuses on Dylan or "D". He is Troys best friend and side kick in which they grew up together. D handles all the drugs for the gang/family. His world completely takes a turn when he spots Trisha's cousin, Raven. He never though [...]


    4. This is the second book in the Fianna Fail: Soldiers of Destiny series. I would recommend reading Troy first because the story starts with Troy and continues through Dylan.Dylan is a hot ladies man, loyal and the main drug dealer for The Fianna Fail organization. The only women he thought he would love is his mom until his attention is caught by a dark haired beauty.Raven has had a painful and tragic life. Suffering abuse by her step father that her drug addict mom knew about but Raven is strong [...]


    5. Sorry to offend but HOLY F@ING $HIT BALLS!!!! I was just recently recommended to read this author's books and O.M.G. they are just unbelievably excellent. Dylan picks up after Troy ends and BAM! let's get right into who he wantsd who let's him know she won't be sleeping with him. Has Dylan met his match with Raven? Can each of them trust the other to stick around if the truth is revealed about their lives and lifestyles? The hunt also continues for Callie and OMG the suspense had me dreading eac [...]


    6. Fast moving in all aspects. I recommend reading book one first as this is a continuation of it.Raven has been through so much, I just want to hug her and give her a high five at the same time.


    7. DEVASTATING BEAUTIFUL LOVE STORY! It has taken me a few days after finishing to be able to properly articulate what I wanted to say about this book. I was so excited to read this book after loving Troy, book 1 in the series, so much. I do have to say that I was a little worried that this book would not live up to the hype I had built up but it went well beyond what even I could imagine.This book picks up where Troy ended, so you really can’t read this series out of order, or else you really wo [...]


    8. Let me just say that I was such a big fan of Troy (the first book to the Fianna Fail: Soldier's of Destiny series) and of the author S. Kline; so for my personal pleasure, I was saving reading my advanced copy for when I was ready to be blown away. To my frustration, I kept started it to then be pulled away by daily life, but I righted that wrong and started last night. I could not put it down until I was done, even when wee hours came around. The loss of sleep was so worth it! I thought all day [...]


    9. This is book two in this series. This book has content that may offend some people. There is rape, violence, drugs, sex, and romance. This is Dylan’s story. He is Troy’s best friend and his job in the organization is running drugs. He lives a little more simply than the others. He lives in an apartment above a store. He bought his mother a house near the beach. He has been taking care of her since her accident; he hired a live in nurse for her and visits her often. He has never been in a rel [...]


    10. Dylan is the second book in the Fianna Fail: Soldiers of Destiny and I found this story much easier to follow than book one. Probably due to the fact in book one we meet so many of the Irish Mafia family (Fianna Fail) that it did confuse me somewhat. Having said that I did enjoy book one but loved this to the extreme as I already understood the characters and how the family dynamics were. I knew this story would have Dylan's romance story but with the backdrop of Mafia action & suspense - S [...]


    11. Independent Reviewer for Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock.Book 2 contines a little after book, Kaci is pregnant Troy is a happie chappie and its nusiness as usual for Fianna Fáil.Dylan catches sight of Raven at a party and is totally and utterly smitten. Raven, however, needs to stay away from Dylan. She is hiding secrets, and is in a situation that no one wants to be in. When Dylan discovers what that is, its stunning in its hatred, its anger. Not to Raven, FOR Raven. No one ever stood [...]


    12. Read for ByoB4.5 starsI'm not quite sure I took a real breath for at least the 20% of this installment of the Fianna Fáil's series. There was so much going on in such a short period of time. A lot of "outside" things were being dealt with and it just seemed like the boys never stopped running from one sticky situation to the nextd I loved it.We meet Dylan in Troy's book and I just loved him. With his easy smile and humor, he makes tough times not seem as bad. But don't let the easy going, smile [...]


    13. I'm not quite sure I took a real breath for at least the 20% of this installment of the Fianna Fáil's series. There was so much going on in such a short period of time. A lot of "outside" things were being dealt with and it just seemed like the boys never stopped running from one sticky situation to the nextd I loved it.We meet Dylan in Troy's book and I just loved him. With his easy smile and humor, he makes tough times not seem as bad. But don't let the easy going, smiley face wearing facade [...]


    14. Dylan, hot, sexy, ripped and family of the Fianna Fail mafia… Dylan is the drug runner……Young but has a heart of gold loves him mum beyond life. She is the one and only women he thought he would ever love until he meets Raven. His mum was injured in a serious car accident when Dylan was just a boy, his Aunty came to take care of him and his mum until he turned 18 then he was gone and never looked back!!Raven very young and very broken she has had a bad start in life. Her mother is a drug a [...]


    15. **4.5 Stars**I'm not quite sure I took a real breath for at least the 20% of this installment of the Fianna Fáil's series. There was so much going on in such a short period of time. A lot of "outside" things were being dealt with and it just seemed like the boys never stopped running from one sticky situation to the nextd I loved it.We meet Dylan in Troy's book and I just loved him. With his easy smile and humor, he makes tough times not seem as bad. But don't let the easy going, smiley face we [...]


    16. Damn where do I start with this review.Dylan is the drug runner for the Fianna Fail family. His family.He's hot, sexy, ripped as sin. He loves his booze. He loves his women.Always a one nighter.No strings attached.Relationships are definitely not his thing.But a chance meeting with her will turn Dylan's world completely upside down.She's young, she's beautiful. But she's damaged, broken.Her life is a living nightmare.She can't ever see a way out.Her name.Raven.Dylan and Raven.They are attracted [...]


    17. ~~I received this in exchange for my honest opinion~~Man, this book was very difficult to put down. Once I started it, I needed to finish it. When you start reading this, you are automatically sucked in, and you don't want the book to end. You need more of Dylan. You need more of Raven. But more importantly, you need more of the family that will do anything to protect their own. This is the first book that I had read in the series. I should have read Troy first, I don't think you have too, but j [...]


    18. I received an advanced reading copy of Dylan for an honest review through Obsessive Pimpettes.If you haven't read Troy, I suggest you read it first, as the main characters are introduced and the story line continues from Troy into Dylan. Dylan's a lovable, fun-loving guy who's also the drug runner for the Fianna Fail mafia family. He has one true love in his life, his mother, who has been left bed ridden and basically a vegetable from a car accident when Dylan was a little boy. He has no place i [...]


    19. In this instalment of the Fianna Fáil series we have Dylan's story. It picks up around 9 months afar the first book finishes. So far, I think I like Dylan the best. He is the group's comedian and tries to keep things light and easy all the time. He falls for a petite brunette that has had it tough growing up. He is not looking for love, and neither is Raven for that matter, but they both know that there is something special between them. Things don't run smoothly with working for the mob and co [...]


    20. oooh! I like this one a lot more than Troy.It's darker, right from the get go, my interest was peeked instantly. I am a massive fan of dark, edgy reads. This ticked those boxes.but it also has a hell of a lot of love in it. Dylan is a messed up loveable rogue. Badass, beautiful and bloody brilliant! Raven is so strong, yet broken. Such a wonderful lead female.Another reason I liked this more than Troy; we get a better sense of all the characters. Both Ethan and Sean's stories have started to evo [...]


    21. This is book 2 in the series and its Dylan's story. What a story it is but to be honest it's Ravens story that pulled my heart apart. My heart was thumping so loud reading this. I was hoping for a happy ending. However this story is action packed and we get to read about the other characters we met in book one.I rarely put my progress up on but I just had to with this book. As much as I loved book one this book was brilliant. More angsty and to me more emotional. I need Ethan's story now Pretty [...]


    22. Oh Dylan, you gorgeous man hunk.In Troy's book, Dylan comes off as the joker, someone that doesn't take things seriously, but in this book, we see another side of Dylan, and it makes you fall in love with him.This second book is definitely a lot darker then the first book, a lot more happening.And Poor Raven, this book deals with a lot of emotions, and disturbing topics, but that are very much a part of everyday life for some. So its not an easy read. So be warned.I say againWHY DID I WAIT THIS [...]


    23. Finished in one sittingThis is just what I needed to get me out of my book funk. I loved Troy and now I love Dylan just as much. I felt captured from the moment I started it. It has been a while where I could sit down and read a book entirely in one day. If you have be read Troy you need to do so before reading about Dylan. I am interested to see what happens after all the events in this story have taken place. Bring on Ethan.



    24. ~*~ Obsessed by Books arc given in exchange for an honest review ~*~ "This is completely f@cking perfect. I glance around the table and I'm filled with the deepest sense of belonging that rocks me to the inner most depths of my tortured soulThis is my family. It's not traditional, but it's mine, and I will do everything in my power to protect what's mine. Down to my last breath."And Dylan really would sacrifice himself for anyone he loves. He is the humorous yet dependable right hand man of Fian [...]


    25. *Gifted for an honest review* 4 starsI was eager to get my hands on this after reading and reviewing the first in the series Troy. He features heavily in this book along with the rest of the “family” and I liked that very much. The characters are all inter connected and it makes for a better read in my opinion. As Troy’s story continues we are thrust into the bad boy Dylan’s life as he tries to make his way through his own life. Whilst he doesn’t necessarily re-evaluate he most certain [...]


    26. I received a review copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. In Book Two of the Fianna Fail series, we meet Dylan, best friend to Troy from the first book. The drama from the previous story continues as the Fianna Fail continue their search for those who have threatened the safety of their close-knit family unit. In the middle of it all, Dylan meets Raven, a young woman with a tragic story of her own. His past and hers place them in potential conflict, yet they remain undeniably dr [...]


    27. Dylan is a walking cliché: he knows how hot he is and sleeps with just about any girl who offers with no strings attached. While at the after party on fight night, Dylan is with one of the nameless girls when he spots a hot blonde across the room. When he sees this girl punch some guy trying to dance near her, Dylan intervenes just in time to prevent the jerk from slapping her. Dylan expects the girl to be grateful, but instead she looks pissed. This really throws Dylan for a loop, but he is to [...]


    28. 4.5 for me! Wow! I really, really liked the first book in this series but I liked this book even more! This book does have rape in it, so if it's a trigger for you, please be aware that it's in there.This book has it all - love, money, drugs, sex, whores (men and women), kidnapping, with a little torture thrown in there. It also has humor that had me barking out a laugh unexpectedly quite a few times and other times it had tears in my eyes. The author just pulls the emotion out of you. This book [...]


    29. Please do not read Dylan until you have read Troy (Book #1) as it picks up where Troy finished and there are numerous characters that appear in Dylan that you first meet in Troy.Dylan is darker, more suspenseful, more edgy and a very much more intense book than Troy and the intensity is picked up when we learn what has happened to Raven.Dylan sees Raven at a party and decides he must have her…all of her and so the cat and mouse games begin with Rave rejecting Dylan’s advances. Things take a [...]


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