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Moonlight on Nightingale Way book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Logan from Echoes of Scotland Street is back with h. Samantha Young is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of including Moonlight on Nightingale Way, Echoes of Scotland Street, Fall from. Learn more about Moonlight on Nightingale Way in the National Library Board Title details for Moonlight on Nightingale Way by Samantha Young - Available.
These are the kind of books I read. At times Logan can be really difficult.
I get it. I love Grace. I found her very sweet, kind and the type of person I would love to be friends with.
She tries very hard to do the right thing, even when Logan is a completely jerk to her. You also get a huge glimpse of the gang from the previous books. View all 6 comments. Nov 02, Sarah rated it really liked it Shelves: This was an adult contemporary romance story featuring Grace and Logan. The storyline in this was about the romance between Grace and Logan, but I found it a bit annoying how Logan pushed Grace away when really he wanted her.
We also got a storyline about a long-lost daughter turning up, and another storyline about why Grace had moved to Edinburgh to get away from her family. The ending to this was p This was an adult contemporary romance story featuring Grace and Logan. The ending to this was pretty good, and I liked how we got to catch up with the other couples from the series as well.
Jun 02, Jeanne added it Shelves: It's such a bummer because I really enjoyed the first few books in the series. Before Jamaica Lane with Nate and Olivia is one of my all time favorites, but sadly for me, that's where this series peaked.
My main issue with this one is that I didn't care for the characters right off the bat, especially Grace. I actually thought the first scene was cringe worthy, so I would suggest listening to the sample. I also didn't think there was much development in the romance, so I never felt a connection between them. The banter between them was awkward and unnatural, and the pacing seemed off. Oh, well! Thanks for the br Ami! View all 24 comments. Nov 07, AJ rated it really liked it Shelves: The final book in the On Dublin Street series, this is a bittersweet review for me to write.
I love these books, and am devastated that the ride is over, but it finishes off really well with a fantastic story featuring loveable but flawed characters, great banter, wonderfully building sexual tension, drama, angst and a sensational and passionate romance. This book tells the story of Logan. He is the older brother of Shannon from the last book Echoes of Scotland Street. Logan has recently been released from prison where he spent two years for beating the man who attacked his sister.
He has served his sentence and is making up for lost time with a constant stream of women in and out of his apartment Our heroine Grace, is smart, sensible and immediately likable. She had an awful upbringing but has escaped her circumstances and created a new life for herself in Edinburgh. I may have to speak to the landlord about it.
I really liked the twist in this story. It occurs early enough in the book to really shape the rest of the story and it creates a fantastic dynamic, giving this book something different from others in the series, with a different overall feel to it, and I really appreciated that.
His eyes flared at the movement, and I reached up so our lips brushed as I whispered. There are some hot and passionate encounters, but it takes a while for them to get themselves sorted, and the angst levels are high. Their situation forces them together but at the same time tears them apart, plus they both have personal issues which complicate the possibility of a relationship between them. But I had faith that Sam would make it all worth it in the end, and she totally delivers!!! I never thought I would feel this way about anyone.
Not for me. I love Logan! I loved watching the development of his character. He used to be such an easygoing, fun-loving guy, but prison changed him. He is just starting to get used to being outside again, when life deals him another hit. And I love that we got to watch him go through that. And watching him go from manwhore to committed man in love is absolutely beautiful!
Not with me.
And Grace is a wonderful match for him. Her life has been hard, but she had the strength to start again, and even though the hurt from the past is still very much present, she is trying hard to move forward. And I love how they all rallied around to support both Grace and Logan through everything.
Taking in their expressions, I just knew it. Logan had enlisted them. The bugger. I have adored this series! This book is a very fitting finish to a much-loved series — 4 stars. An Advanced Reader Copy of this book was generously provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. View all 15 comments.
Sep 18, Jen rated it really liked it Shelves: Holy cow! I don't know why I haven't continued reading this series. Well, yes I do, there always seems to be another book that comes up and other books just get pushed aside.
When I saw this audiobook available I had to grab it. Now that I've listened to the last book in this series, I really need to read the other books. This was such a great book and the added accents in the audiobook version were fantastic! Grace is a freelance editor and works from home.
Even though she has a hunky neighbor, Holy cow! Even though she has a hunky neighbor, they haven't really hit things off well because it seems that he has a revolving door on his apartment.
The sounds that come through the walls late at night keep her up or interrupts her sleep making it hard for her to do her job. Grace's hunky, horny neighbor is Logan. Logan has a bit of a past. He spent the last two years in jail for beating up his sister's boyfriend who tried to rape her. Now he's making up for lost time if you know what I mean.
The noise is annoying, but when his hookups leave their knickers on the landing to dry and throw up on Grace's doorstep, she has to complain. This has Grace and Logan arguing with one another in the beginning, but when a ghost from his past surfaces Grace is there to help him through it.
She did not have a great childhood growing up and those experiences make her the perfect person to help Logan with this new situation. I loved seeing these two work together. They put their bickering aside for a while, helping one another. As the sexual attraction between them grew, they tried to ignore it. Both putting up their walls, but it was no use. Now Grace was the one making the sexual noises at the hands of Logan. I realize that if I had read this series in order I would probably be extremely sad that the series ends here, but since I'm reading them out of order I'm very excited that I have the other books yet to read.
Bonus for me! View all 26 comments. Having grown up in an disparaging environment that left her with serious self-esteem issues—raised by parents who either ignored her or belittled her continually with demeaning comments and self-serving expectations—she was forced to sever all contact with her family in order to heal and become her own person. But years of feeling inadequate and never speaking out her mind have left her fearful of confrontation, constantly craving the approval of others.
So when a very loud new neighbour moves into the apartment next door, his late night sex antics keeping her awake night after night and leaving her too tired to work during the day, she reacts uncharacteristically, having no qualms about expressing her distress and frustration at his behaviour.
When the cute spitfire next door confronts him about his late night shenanigans, he is instantly drawn to her, but the more life pulls them closer to one another, and the more he gets to know her, the more he believes that she deserves someone better than him, someone worthier, someone whose past is not weighing heavily on his shoulders, making him wish he were a better man for her.
I was looking for someone understanding, protective, and funny. I just wanted to like the person I was dating, and I wanted him to be kind.
But as their lives become more and more intertwined, their attraction grows as well, leading to a climax of epic proportions. Grace and Logan break the cycle they were born into by becoming the kind of people they always wished their parents would have been—two people who love selflessly and unconditionally, and whose love and devotion to those closest to them becomes the one thing they are most proud of in life.
It is with a heavy heart that I let these characters and all the wonderful couples who came before them go, certain of many a re-read in the future. Ms Young has given us the perfect kind of closure for all six storylines, and even though there will never be another Jocelyn and Braden, Johanna and Cameron, Olivia and Nate, Hannah and Marco, Shannon and Cole, or Grace and Logan, I am certain the best is yet to come from this truly extraordinary author whose words never fail to blow my mind.
Follow me on Facebook! Follow me on Twitter! site US: His sexual antics and loud parties have deprived her of sleep, and generally ticked her off. Needless to say they are not on the best of terms when they first meet.
But Grace gets to know Logan a little and her opinion of him begins to soften, just a tad. When faced with something that changes his life forever, Logan is shocked 4. When faced with something that changes his life forever, Logan is shocked and thrown for a loop, but he quickly abandons his party lifestyle to accommodate. So of course I rooted for Grace and I felt her every hurt, all her longing and attraction, as well. She was such a sweet, giving person, and her help to Logan cemented their closeness.
Also, low self-esteem stemming from an absolutely horrid family further fuels her concerns. Logan spent time in jail, almost two years, for severely beating the man who nearly raped and killed his sister. It was Grace and Logan against the world, aka crappy family. A copy was kindly provided by NAL in exchange for an honest review. View all 9 comments. Cannot believe I already read all these books so fast! View all 3 comments.
Oct 14, Michelle rated it really liked it Shelves: View all 28 comments. I was really looking forward to Logan's book but overall, I was left feeling a little disappointed. I've been thinking about what exactly it is that has been me feeling this way. I think part of it is just that it's the last book in a for the most part amazing series.
The other is that Logan and Grace just didn't quite doing it 3. The other is that Logan and Grace just didn't quite doing it for me. I didn't like hearing about all of Logan's exploits and I really didn't like them thrown in Grace's face. The whole situation with Maia, while sweet, took up a lot of page time. And while I enjoyed the homage at the end, again I didn't like that I felt it took away from Logan and Grace. I think the series has just gotten so many characters that at times it felt a bit much.
But I liked how things worked out and I was happy to read another SY book. I will definitely miss the gang! The Good Stuff: Dual Pov's? Just Grace's. Steam Factor? Scale 1 - 5 3ish I really wanted more. Scale 1 - 5 again 3ish Next book? That's all folks! But wait Favorite quotes: Dec 23, Snow rated it liked it Shelves: For example, Logan was so out of place, firstly he's this hunk of a guy - tall, intimidating, sexy and brooding THEN he does things that only meeh, slimy shitheads do, then he's commanding domineering alpha in bed and I guess, for me, he went from one extreme to another and I was stuck in the middle trying to figure this guy "3 done with the ODS series stars" Crap, this was NOT how I pictured my closure to the On Dublin Street series BUT I wasn't covinced in what Logan and Grace had in this book.
For example, Logan was so out of place, firstly he's this hunk of a guy - tall, intimidating, sexy and brooding THEN he does things that only meeh, slimy shitheads do, then he's commanding domineering alpha in bed and I guess, for me, he went from one extreme to another and I was stuck in the middle trying to figure this guy out. I felt like I was forced into all of it and I guess the Epilogue didn't help either to improve my impression Shame, I was looking forward to this I even think I aged a little bit after this Sometimes those moments are grand and dramatic, tragic or beautiful in their intensity.
Sometimes those moments are quiet and small like footsteps fading behind a closed door. The subtlety of those moments can sometimes camouflage their impact and sometimes the impact is felt profoundly, but the quietness of the moment is lost on everyone else around you adding loneliness to the equation. I love Shannon and Cole!
I love Hannah and Marco! I love Olivia and Nate! I love Jo and Cam! I love Ellie and Adam! I freaking love Joss and the love of my life Braden Carmichael! Plus the new addition to the family, Grace and Logan! All of the characters have come such a long way and I was more than happy to be with them every step of the way! This final installment will leave you captivated and satisfied. I will surely miss these characters deeply. View 2 comments. Jun 04, Rachel Reads Ravenously rated it really liked it Shelves: I loved it!
Logan was this close to beating Nate from my book-boyfriend status. But, alas! Nate one of my many book-boyfriends still holds the key to my fickle-minded heart. Oct 26, Auntee rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Fans of the On Dublin Street series. I was hooked from the start with this one. The opening chapters with the hero, Logan MacLeod, and his man whore ways I had to laugh at how it aggravated his next door neighbor, Grace Farquhar.
The poor woman couldn't get any work done she was a free-lance editor working from home or get any sleep with the sounds of orgasmic pleasure coming from his apartment next door. Grace and Logan get off to a rather unpleasant start, but you can feel the sexual tension brewing between them. Logan has se I was hooked from the start with this one.
Logan has served 2 years in prison for beating up his sister Shannon's attacker and it seems that time locked up has changed the man he used to be. He's not the joyful, hopeful man he once was.
He's a one-night-stand kind of guy and has no interest in a relationship, so he chooses women he knows he could never fall for.
Although next door neighbor Grace increasingly intrigues him, he knows he should steer clear of her. Then a huge surprise enters his life view spoiler [ he has a teenage daughter that he knew nothing about hide spoiler ] , and he finds himself relying on his growing friendship that he's formed with Grace.
And it's not long before Logan and Grace who has a really heartbreaking upbringing start spilling their secrets and fears to each other. I've enjoyed every book from this series so far, but I wish I had read the previous Echoes of Scotland Street before this one. I really enjoyed Logan, but even though I knew what he had gone through, I wanted to see how he was prior to his incarceration.
I felt he really grew into a stand-up, mature guy in this book, and loved when he finally opened his eyes and realized he deserved to have a woman like Grace in his life. I loved the character of Grace. She was a smart, girl-next-door type with a difficult past a family from hell! She was easy to root for, and at times I found my heart breaking for her. Yes, she had insecurities that I thought maybe a good therapist could help her with, but she was also incredibly strong and with a huge capacity to love.
I was soooo hoping she'd get everything she every dreamed of. While I absolutely adored the view spoiler [ character of Maia, the teenage daughter that Logan never knew, and loved her relationship with Grace hide spoiler ] I felt the exploration of this plot point took over the book a bit. I wanted to see a little bit more of the romance between Grace and Logan, which took a while to really get started. But once it did it got typically hot, so no real complaints there! I love how the author develops her characters and makes you fall in love with them.
They become so real to you that you actually can feel their pain. There were definitely times where I felt myself tearing up, so I know I was emotionally involved in this story. While it wasn't my absolute favorite of a fabulous series sorry, but no one can top Braden and Joss's story-- On Dublin Street -- in my eyes it was an engrossing read, and a fitting but sadly an end to this wonderful series.
I enjoyed meeting up with all of the series characters again, loved how they all accepted Grace and Maia into their lives, and especially loved the eight-months-later epilogue. Now that's how you finish a series! Dablin Strit 2. Jamajka Lejn 3. Najtingejl Vej 4. London Roud 5. Skotland Strit 6. Indija Plejs Samanta,hvala ti na ovom predivnom serijalu. Hvala ti na Brejdenu I za kraj,sjajni momci Dablin strita view spoiler [ hide spoiler ] Nov 26, Suzana rated it it was amazing.
Bloody loved it And that ending View all 8 comments. Sep 23, Geo Marcovici rated it it was amazing. O poveste superba!
Moonlight on Nightingale Way is the sixth and final book in the On Dublin Street series and is my favourite I was hooked from the first page til the last I did not want it to end. Grace moved to Edinburgh to start her new life surrounding herself with great friends to replace her horrible family back in London. She has a great life, with her friends a job she loves and a great apartment the only thing missing is Mr Right. This is Moonlight on Nightingale Way is the sixth and final book in the On Dublin Street series and is my favourite I was hooked from the first page til the last I did not want it to end.
This is until the annoying neighbour moves across the landing and her peace is shattered nightly by women screaming with passion. She confronts the neighbour as she no longer hides from confrontation enter Logan MacLeod into her life. Logan MacLeod spent two years in prison defending his sister and is now starting over with new friends, a new job and a new apartment thanks to Braden. His meetings with Grace on the landing do not go well thanks to his guests and their stuff so they try and avoid each other until one day while arguing something happens that changes everything and this event brings them together.
I loved the way their relationship develops over time and the changes we see in Logan. This is a slow burn which I enjoyed it was a refreshing change having a couple go from being neighbour to friends to lovers. Grace is scared of getting hurt by Logan and Logan does not want a relationship at the moment. When they decide to give it a try they are scorching together Logan is a bossy alpha in the bedroom HOT. I could go on and on about this book and the characters and what they go through as I loved them so much but I do not want to say to much as I do not want to spoil the story, other readers will agree.
One thing I will say I loved the family get togethers and catching up with all the gang. MoNW has one of the best and cutest epilogues I have read and it was a lovely way to end a fantastic series like this. This series will always stay with me as On Dublin Street was one of the first books I read since I became hooked on reading after FSoG and I have loved each couple in their own way.
I hope Samantha continues to write romances like this series. View all 14 comments. Jul 03, Beverly rated it really liked it. I listened to the audiobook and with every chapter fell more in love! There was more gray in the hair combed precisely back from his temple than I remembered and a few more lines at the corners of his eyes and around his mouth.
As always, he was dressed immaculately in a tailored tux from some expensive designer. All the old feelings of neglect, rejection, and anger flooded me as I stared at the picture of my mother and father. And just as suddenly as I was hit with the overwhelming crush of them, I was hit with the massive feeling of failure. Or at least not so much. My eyes scanned the tabloid article. Inside sources have revealed that the wife of world-renowned London-based media tycoon and business entrepreneur Gabriel Bentley has been diagnosed with breast cancer.
A spokesperson for the family has neither confirmed nor denied the rumor. I knew what that meant. In a state of shock I somehow got myself to the bathroom.
I felt the bile rise up in my throat and flipped the lid on the toilet seat. I coughed it up, but no vomit followed it despite the roiling in my stomach. A cold sweat broke out over my skin, and I flopped back against the bathroom wall, pulling my knees up to my chin. I wished I could stop trembling. Stop trembling! My mother had cancer.