Editorial Review for Don't Let Them Know by L.K. Lawrence


Editorial Review for Don't Let Them Know by L.K. Lawrence

Lucy Lyman, a stock trading assistant who's pretty much given up on finding love, starts having this super weird dream. It's not your average dream; it's one of those that stick with you, making you wonder what's going on. She dreams someone's watching her, but who? Is it creepy or kind of romantic? She's not sure, so she decides to camp out at the library, the place from her dream, hoping to catch this mysterious dream watcher.

Enter Davy Jones, and no, not the pirate, but a federal agent working undercover. The library is his chill spot, where he takes a break from his secret agent life. Little does he know, his life's about to get a whole lot more complicated when he bumps into Lucy.

So, what happens when Lucy's quest to solve her dream mystery and Davy's undercover life collide? It's not just about a missing package or crossing lines; it's about whether these two can handle the crazy mix-up without messing up Davy's cover or getting too caught up in the drama.

Don't Let Them Know is a mix of suspense, a bit of romance, and a good dose of "what the heck is going on?" It's like taking a roller coaster ride in the dark. You're not sure where the next turn is, but you're definitely in for the ride. Will Lucy and Davy figure it out without everything blowing up in their faces? You'll have to read to find out.

This book is for anyone who loves a good mystery with a sprinkle of romance and lots of twists. It's not your everyday story; it's got that "something special" vibe. So, if you're into solving puzzles and rooting for characters who are just trying to make sense of their messy lives, then Don't Let Them Know might just be your next favorite read.

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