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Moving to a new town with his daughter had opened a lot of doors for Felix Finnley, aka, Finn. A new shop and great friends can really go a long way! Imagine his surprise when a late night trip to the ER, lands him in front of the most gorgeous pair of white-blue eyes, that he's ever seen. Enter, Nurse Jay; only in town for his terminally ill father, he's not sure startingMoving to a new town with his daughter had opened a lot of doors for Felix Finnley, aka, Finn. A new shop and great friends can really go a long way! Imagine his surprise when a late night trip to the ER, lands him in front of the most gorgeous pair of white-blue eyes, that he's ever seen. Enter, Nurse Jay; only in town for his terminally ill father, he's not sure starting something with the man and his cute daughter is a good idea. Taking everything one day at a time seems like an okay idea, though, right? A teeny-tiny secret and a badly timed sleepover shed light on an unforgotten past and some deeply hurt feelings. Fortunately for Jay, Finn doesn't give up so easily. Come catch up with these inked up boys from Madison, and see who's next! ...

Title : Finn
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ISBN : 35564186
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 124 Pages
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Finn Reviews

  • Susan
    2019-04-22 15:10

    Although I like Jenny Wood’s formula, I feel like I've read it all by now. I have been pretty successful so far in ignoring the bad grammar of her other books and just enjoying the story. But while I did enjoy the story, the lack of editing really got me here.Finn is the newest member of the Kennedy ‘family’. He is glad he has a steady job as a tattoo artist now so he can provide for his 2 year old daughter (who is actually the daughter of his deceased sister). One night when he is at the hospital when his daughter, Lennon, is sick, he meets nurse Jay. The two cannot stop staring and when Jay gives Finn his number, Finn knows he has to call him if he wants to see the beautiful man again.Jay left the small town of Madison when he was 16, but is now back after 5 years. He is there because his father asked for him. His father who is dying and asking for forgiveness. But after the way the abusive man raised Jay, Jay is not sure he can find any forgiveness in his heart.I liked the overall sweetness of this story. There is almost no relationship angst and these guys were pretty smitten with each other from the start. I wouldn’t call this insta-love since they do go out on dates to get to know each other better. But yes, there is insta-attraction from the get go.And I know I sound like a broken record mentioning the bad grammar again, but I feel like it bugs me more and more with this author.Like the use of commas. It’s like someone just threw a bunch of them at the pages. They often made no sense whatsoever, and they made me pause at weird moment. And I get that the names Jay and Jase are pretty similar, but when they get mixed up, things make no sense anymore. I’m also pretty sure you cannot say: he was covered in came. And do not get me started about present and past tense. They often changed in the same sentence and I was having trouble following along.There is still a sweetness and fluffiness that continues to pull me in to books by this author, but I do feel I’ve come to a point where I can no longer overlook the grammatical errors. Yes, I’m one of those now. :(

  • Denise H.
    2019-04-22 19:56

    *** Finn is a totally awesome addition to the series.*** We met Finn, 25, after the last two weddings. He's new in town and at the Ink Shop. Morgan is babysitting his adorable 2 yr. old girl. Jay, 21, is the hot RN that took care of her. Finn likes his new environment of openness and acceptance. He and Jay talk on the phone and finally have a lunch date. They are learning about each other, and they like what they see. The first kiss was dynamite! Finn is an amazing man and dad. Jay is deserving of something good in his tortured life. He has come to town to see his dad who is dying in the prison hospital. We see Finn and Jay's feelings grow, with more dates and their explosive sexiness. I loved that Finn's beard was such a plaything yet comforting for Jay. Finn didn't talk to the guys much about Jay, because he's a bit new at the open banter, so the guys did not know who Jay was. But when Jay's secret comes out - the Kennedy's react and Jay is alone and defeated. Finn to the rescue. He won't let anyone hurt or diminish Jay for any reason, and stays by his side. Also in this mix is Jay's struggle with his dad, who was a brutal, drunken man to Jay and everyone during Jay's childhood.This is well written by Jenny Wood, who gives us astonishing characters we adore, hot sexy times, and a heart-grabbing tale. My only wish is that it was longer..... but that's a good thing. I didn't want to let go of these guys. I wanted MORE ! We do get our HEA and no cliffhanger. Plus I am looking forward to Wade, our veteran getting his battlefield tattoo, and his story. This is interesting, fun, serious, sweet and pertinent.I love this series so much. Highly recommended. ENJOY ! =========================

  • Meags
    2019-05-05 14:42

    3.5 StarsOoh! This got me good with the feels. Set almost five years after the first story, this fifth installment follows the blossoming relationship between title character Finn, the newest member of Kennedy Ink, and Jay Perry, a young nurse who has past ties to Connor and Kayson. Finn recently moved to town to establish a fresh start and to build a stable life for his baby girl Lennon. A talented tattoo artist in his own right, Finn procures a job at Kennedy Ink and is effortlessly welcomed into the fold by the whole gang, who offer Finn friendship and support while loving on his little girl like she was one of their own. In the Kennedy’s and their partners, Finn and Lennon find a new family to call their own. Things only get better for Finn when he meets Nurse Jay Perry one evening when little Lennon isn’t feeling too well and needs medical assistance. Jay wins Finn over immediately, not only with his beautiful eyes and kind smile, but with the gentle care and sweet manner he bestows on little Lennon. The two men hit it off immediately and begin to date, but Jay’s past and his current familial woes limit Jay from getting too serious with Finn, at least until Jay can find a way to explain his past, particularly where Finn’s new friends are concerned. As with all my other Jenny Wood reading experiences, this story requires a good edit. These technical issues have simply become par of the course, and although I feel it’s an ongoing shame and potentially limits readership and enjoyment, I’m thankful that I can mostly overlook my issues and appreciate the stories for the sweet and romantic M/M romps that they are meant to be. The insta-love is present too, especially considering how fast things move towards the end of the book, but again, I’ve come to expect this in my Jenny Wood reading. In fact, I like the way she writes these fast-paced and all-consuming forever romances, regardless of how realistic the timeline of relationship development seems to be. I don’t care as long as it makes me happy - which this did!I’ve rated up here because this is definitely one of my favourite stories within this particular series, only slightly losing the first place title to Kingsley - I ship Kingsley and Morgan so hard! Plus, this story made me cry, which is a feat that always garners my praise. Jay’s past and his current emotional struggles pulled at my heart-strings and had me crying on and off throughout the final part of the story, and for that alone I’ve added an extra star! Now I’ll just sit here and twiddle my thumbs as I wait (impatiently) for Wade’s story.

  • Barbara➰
    2019-04-28 14:54

    Reduce me to a pile of blubbering mess why don't ya Jenny! Oh man the feels in this one. I absolutely adored Finn. He was so freaking amazing. He was everything Jay needed. I loved Jay too. He deserved a great man, someone who would love him and take care of him. And sweet little Lennon...I could have just eaten her up. I love kids in romance.All that with Jay's dad was an emotional, heartbreaking journey 😭. I literally laid in bed crying while reading....tore me up. At least it wasn't F'n Jody this time who was the ass 😂 Glad to see he kept his shit together. Hopefully he's learning the error of his ways. I'm very intrigued by Wade. I love a good broken and wounded military hero who deserves his HEA.

  • Claude
    2019-05-20 17:01

    This was a really cute love story between Finn (and his sweet daughter) and nurse Jay (i love call him like that haha). We meet them in the previous books but Jay was a good surprise for me. I like him a lot, he's strong, beautiful and truly kind. His relation with his father was complicated BUT i just can't forgive a man who did that kind of things to his son, whatever his reasons. Just NO. But i can just admire the courage of Jay.Finn was also a very very good person. He raised his sister's child and he's beautiful with her. BUT this book was too short, everything was so rushed (the end +++). I think they deserved more pages and more time for this relation to settle in (mostly with a child).But this is sweet so I recommend it :)

  • Janie
    2019-04-22 17:52

    Loved this one so much. Jay and Finn are both amazing. Of course it was great catching up with the rest of the gang. Looking forward to Wade's story.

  • BR11
    2019-05-10 19:10

    2.5 starsThis book has no editing whatsoever. I cannot believe how many punctuation errors, missing words and sentences with no sense this book had.That definitely prevented me from enjoying this book to its fullest.The story had potential, but left me wanting to know more. An epilogue would have been nice.

  • Allison
    2019-05-13 20:53

    Finn! Swooon!I was not prepared for Jay, even though I knew who he was and what he went through...My heart broke for him. The amount of crap one person can go through and stillbe such a sweet person is beyond me. I really felt for him. Finn was amazing, he was patient and understanding and compassionate... plus, such a good dad. Hot dad's are amazing. I figured that things were going to blow up when the guys came face to face with Jay, but I gotta admit, I figured it wouldbe Jody lol he hasn't had a very good track record with his temper, but I can understandwhy it was who it was. What I also loved, was the realness in Jay's situation. Can you imagine how hard itwould've been to forgive, after the life he had. It was real and raw and perfectlyexecuted. The ending about killed. I'm so glad he had Finn and Lenny to help him cope. This just might be my favorite of this series. (Don't tell Kingsley)5 well deserved stars from me.

  • Yvette
    2019-04-29 20:09

    3.75 starsI'm glad Jay got his story. Finn was a amazing man. He was so patient and loving I'm glad they got their HEA.

  • DepictonFiction
    2019-04-24 14:55

    This 'Kennedy Ink family' is getting bigger and bigger. No complaints by me for that. But it feels like the stories are more rushed than in the beginning. The last two books are great till 65%, after that I wasn't 'feeling' it anymore. Still a pleasant read though.

  • Artaban Zahir
    2019-05-16 17:05

    I really love this book!!!! Jenny you killed me!!!!! You made me cry like a "little sunshine" baby.....Thanks..

  • Tina
    2019-05-05 20:04

    I loved Finn & Jay, but I didn't love the book, things were moving too fast, especially in the end.But I have to give extra props, for me to end up feeling sorry for Jay's father. You will have to read Kayson to understand why. Be prepared for some tears, it was a tough ending.

  • Lora Borzelleca
    2019-05-01 15:50

    Be still my heart. These two...Jay and Finn are just perfect. I was hoping...no PRAYING that the punk kid from the first book would get this own book or at least a supporting part to see what happened to him. I loved him from the beginning. He was sweet, kind and remorseful of his past actions. He didn't make any excuses for himself and when push came to shove, he apologized and he meant it. And Finn....ohhhhh Finn. Even when the whole story came out and everyone was mad and upset....he stood faithful and strong next to his man. Ugh...these two....:-)

  • Kathy Randall
    2019-05-18 16:08

    My review Grab the kleenex , Jenny Wood has put out another 5 star tear jerker . Now on to Wade !!!

  • Sylvia
    2019-05-10 17:50

    3.5☆I just loved Finn he was just so sweet .I can't wait for Wade's story...

  • Josh Lansing
    2019-05-14 13:42

    Woman, you slay me!I don't even have words just yet. This was simply, amazing. I loved Finn and Jay so much, and little Lennon...sigh....Please tell me Wade is next... Would you just?I love this, I'm going to go crawl under my duvet and weep, now. Thank you for that. Love the ending!

  • Pixie
    2019-05-12 19:06

    These are getting worse.

  • Daniel Gagnon
    2019-05-03 15:54

    Leave the past where it belongs...I've been waiting for this book...Jenny opened the emotional roller coaster with Finn.The past for Douglas "Jay" Perry comes flooding back as he returns to his home town. His life had been a living hell growing up and now the one man that made it so was on his final days. Jerry Perry was a man living with his inner demons, suppressing them with as much booze as he could, all the while subjecting his son to live through years of torture and mental abuse. After trying to kill someone, he was sent to prison. The next 5 years for his son were changing and healing. The man that returned was not the troubled teen that left. Enter Finn. A man raising his deceased sisters child. Chance would have it, they'd meet when Lennon ended up in the ER with an ear infection. Fate entwined their lives. Things were smooth between them, something Jay wasn't used to. There was turmoil when the tattoo artist came face to face with them together but it was short lived. That fateful night Jays father was at the end of his journey. He wouldn't face it alone. Jay was there and unbeknownst to him, Finn would be with him every step of the way. What Jay didn't know was that the Kennedy Ink boys would claim his as their own. Jenny opened every nerve and emotion in this book. Have Kleenex close by.

  • ✿-Anna-✿
    2019-05-08 20:40

    Who'd have thought the person who attacked Conner so many years ago would come back into the Kennedy Ink world in such a big way... actually I think the attack is what brought Conner and Kayson together, but at first Kayson didn't see it that way.5 years after being sent to live to his grandmother Jay, returns to Madison to be with his imprisoned father who is dying. The changes in Jay's father is so touching, but that doesn't make it easy for Jay to forgive him for the horror he had to live with as a child.Finn, looking for a new, stable home for himself and his 5 year old daughter brings him to Madison and his skills as an Tattoo artist brings him to the shop of Kennedy Ink and into a family that just pulls you in and never lets you go, in a great way.These two guys got together is a cute way and their building relationship though very fast in such a short story ways awesome. I loved how much Jay loved Finn's beard and touch it was always a comfort to him.The only thing I hated about this book, obviously was its length... it was TOO SHORT. I wouldn't have minded a little more "catch-up" chapters of this family that seems to be getting bigger and bigger with some awesome couples.This book actually made me cry especially the parts with Jay, especially the parts between Jay and his father.

  • Barbara
    2019-05-16 17:10

    Before anything: thank you for your work! I love the Kennedy ink series!! about the book...well, I've read it in a day, holding my breath the entire time, but sadly the book didn't stand up to my expectations. when I started the series I was really excited, every book kept me reading and wanting for more, so I was really looking forward to read about Jay and Finn, but when I had my hands on it I felt like something was missing: the story is really cute, and more than once I've felt for them deeply, but at the same time, it finished in a rush, not letting me enjoy them properly. while I've pictured clearly the entire Kennedy crew in my mind, I still can't see Finn "whole" as a character, and I felt like jay was the most sentimental kid in the world, sure, but not much else. Maybe I simply didn't want it to end so quickly, but it saddens me that from the whole series these two got less space and word to their story. that's why I've rated it with two ⭐

  • MorganSkye
    2019-04-27 21:48

    This is really an extension of “Til Death Do Us Part” though you can get what you need without reading that “pre” novella.As with all the others in this series, we have a seriously sweet and tatted up guy who falls for someone who is sweet and shy and needs a helping hand. I have to say that the entire relationship that we see with Jay and his father had me seriously weeping throughout the book. There is just no good way for this to pan out and I was deeply touched by the whole thing.I loved that Finn was there for Jay and that his sweet daughter got to help spread sunshine too – I liked that nobody in this story is “perfect” and the author allows them to keep their foibles but still find love.Highly recommended!4.5 of 5 stars

  • JLOluvsbooks&dogs
    2019-05-08 18:41

    EnjoyableThis was a decent story to read. It was just a little longer than a novella and we get enough background to feel for the characters. The reveal was done quickly and I like how it was resolved, Finn was great. This could have been a 4 star but for the numerous editing issues. While normally typos or small errors don't distract me, there were so many it did take a little away for me. Some words in sentences didn't even make sense. Otherwise though, it was a decent, quick read.

  • Candice
    2019-05-14 18:46

    Let me first start off by saying I'm a HUGE fan of Jenny Wood. Yes, there are a lot of editing, grammar, and tense errors, but I can overlook them in her books. With that said, I'm SO done with the niceness. I'm DONE with MC's not having backbones and forgiving. (view spoiler)[Fuck Jay's dad! (hide spoiler)]I loved Finn!

  • Becky
    2019-04-30 21:02

    This was a charming instalment in the Kennedy boys saga. I really liked Finn and he meshed well. The set up for Wade's story looks good, although he was clearly just added in to make another book. Still, a nice continuation to this series and happy to read more of them.

  • Jo Byndloss
    2019-05-05 19:46

    I enjoyed this book along with others written by J Wood. The premise was fine but the romance was very quick almost unbelievably so. I would like her to make me work a little harder as a reader. I agree with others that her books 're these characters has become a little formulaic

  • Stacey
    2019-05-08 15:55

    Such a good series. This would be 5 Stars, because the story is tattooed, but the editing remains a problem for me. I wish the author would just have a belabor two read it over for issues. It would make this series absolutely perfect.

  • Alina
    2019-05-10 21:59

    DNF at around 30%. I'm not sure if the author even re-read the book once she wrote it to scan for issues, there were so many typos, grammar errors, editing problems and such. I finally had enough when I read about one of the characters wanting to "stalk up the fridge" (*stock up*).

  • Nicole
    2019-05-07 22:04

    Really enjoyed Finn and Jay's book. Was entertaining, and I must say i cried for 20 minutes. I know he was a bad man who had done bad things but it was just heart breaking for Jay and I cried. Great Read.

  • Julie
    2019-05-01 19:40

    I've enjoyed this whole series but I really enjoyed this book. FInn and his daughter were incredible and it was nice seeing Jay as a mature and changed man. It was a real tear jerker though especially towards the end!

  • Amber
    2019-04-26 20:09

    this book has changed the way I am gong to be looking at beards now ......... lol not joking that being said I really love this series and I can't wait to learn more about the new guy !!!! wow I think he said like 7 words in the whole book I am so on the edge of my seat waiting to learn more ... :)