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Handsome hit man vs sexy SEAL for the heart of one womanAll star athlete beach bunny and bartender shy of earning her Masters degree Kinsley's worst problem seems to be choosing between an intriguing secret admirer or a crush with the voice of an angel and a devilish reputationWhen Kinsley finds herself the target of a notorious biker gang the world at her feet is trampled by trouble at her doorstepAs a result both men are not only competing for her attention but battlng a common enemy to keep Kinsley safe

10 thoughts on “Dont Close Your Eyes DCYE #1

  1. says:

    Author Lynessa Layne entices her readers to sprint toward the finish line in her recently published e book ‘Don’t Close Your Eyes’ Written for young adults who will certainly appreciate Ms Layne’s inclusion of a music playlist to enjoy while reading the story this book does a good job of staying true to the hormonal emotional confusion and titillation that permeates life for many in their late teens and early twenties The novel’s main character Kinsley is a college track superstar known among her friends and fans as ‘Micro Machine’ She is also a young woman being romantically pursued by two males Jace a long time close friend and an older man who feels both safe and dangerous to her While the reader meets the latter as a hitman in the first of the book Kinsley has no idea Mysterious romantic and action oriented she feels his magnetic pull in the same way Ms Layne pulls her readers into her novel’s plot Much of this story takes place in and around a bar where Kinsley is employed and where members of a dangerous gang Inferno have taken to hanging out A second group which includes both of Kinsley’s main admirers is prepared to keep Inferno in check Like Kinsley the reader learns secrets about the older admirer as the book progresses but at story’s end there is still much to learn Ms Layne’s characters are well rounded with strengths and flaws and unusual uirks Kinsley for example calls almost all males ‘sir’ even in romantic interludes and she is clearly still a daddy’s girl She is also tough determined and a cautious risk taker which are good assets to have given the life threatening dangers facing her ‘Don’t Close Your Eyes’ is a fun book for all ages It left me anxious to follow Kinsley into her next adventures romantic and otherwise as soon as the seuel is available

  2. says:

    Breaking The MoldUnlike the big publishing houses Lynessa doesn't write by a formula for mass sales She's akin to real life with a plethora of unpredictable faux pas that crescendo to a series of missteps that coerce her main character Kinsley deeper and deeper into a battle for her affections between a criminal syndicate captain Klive and her mysterious high school crush Jase recently returned from war Add in an even enigmatic buddy of Jase's and the rabbit hole just keeps getting deeper and deeper in trouble she goesThe Gasparilla pirate festival scene is one of my favoritesthe push pull back and forth is that oh so desired but elusive chemistry that we all wish for which starts the snowball effect that sucks Kinsley inand Klive But when her high school crush enters the picture all the old feelings she had for him rush back and torture her for how she wants him but is afraid to act just like in high school and yet she's torn Klive has that 'something' she can't put her finger on that draws her in as well Little does 'sweet Kins' know that she's about to find herself in the middle of an epic whodunnit and love triangleSet mainly in the Tampa Florida area the settings are dead on though the names have been changed to protect the innocentand not so innocentLynessa's writing is exceptional Even as a guy I was glued to the pages needing sleep for work but unwilling to lay the kindle down on my night stand A good mystery is a good mystery She draws you in from line one chapter one and doesn't take her hooks out until the endbut wait there's The teaser for book two highly anticipating its September release revs you back up for Can't wait for September

  3. says:

    Wow Who is this writer? Her style is so different and refreshing I’m hooked Didn’t want it to end but fortunately there’s a seuelreading ‘Complicated Moonlight’ next The characters actually have “character” and you legit feel like you’re in the story as each of them So vivid and beautifully written very well edited and from line one she hits you with foreboding action intensity and psychological thriller suspense I’m running for my life as Kinsley when the hitman Klive chases and goes psychological on her Oh he’s sharp and witty like a cat toying with a mouse but Kinsley’s a mouse that piues his curiosityand attraction Not going to spoil anythingyou’ve got to read it for yourself but if you’re like me looking for something that totally shatters the commercial boring formula this is absolutely worth the 99 cents I figured I’d give it a try but Lynessa raised the bar for me and now I’m judging big name authors by the new higher standard this writer setExcellent story Ms Layne Looking forward to round two I’m sincerely hoping this is a series I see other books under your name but they’re not available on Whatever you do don’t stop writing I NEED

  4. says:

    If you liked Lynessa’s original version from 2014 you’re gonna LOVE the long awaited pro reboot She’s completely upped her game with this new edition edited by mainstream professional author TK Cassidy Klive is even alpha Jase is even edgy and Kinsley’s even in troubleMake no mistake the new and improved DCYE grabs you and pulls you in from the first line to the last and leave you craving with a book hangover that’s already begging for book 2Lynessa has even set up the FIRST THREE CHAPTERS FREE ON Whaddaya have to lose? Check it out

  5. says:

    Ok so we wish there was a 4 12 star option on GoodreadsThe writing and flow were top notch The only thing that lingers is that the female protagonist obviously doesn’t watch horror flicks or she’d know not to corner herself in situations and she’d have common sense than to get involved with the douchebags in the storyline That said we were skeptical but by the end of the book we have to admit we wanted the author really does do a good job of sucking you in The characters were engaging and the multiple POV really does show instead of tell a hard talent to find in writings of the 2020s Rather refreshing that there’s no political angle in the storyjust a roller coaster ride through the development of characters and the stumbling blocks that plague us in our young adulthood On the other hand the two male protagonists take advantage at every turn though we’ll be interested to see how things progress with them in book 2 Will they redeem themselves or continue in their competition to ruin a not so decisive and naive college student while using her to their own dubious ends? Remains to be seen but all in all a solid story very few grammatical errors or editing mistakes We rate it 4 12 buzzes and feed us

  6. says:

    I’ve read it twice through and I’m picking up on very subtle clues Didn’t want to write a review until I’d read it once for content and again for style context and details For 99 cents you’re not going to find a much better written or entertaining and original story Really enjoyed reading it the first time through and gave it 5 stars though the happy for now ending left me a little tenuous on whether or not to continue the series I’ll stick with that rating and move on to book 2 just to see how the writer picks up the story and if it holds my interest like book 1 Interested to see if Kinsley chooses Klive or Jase and why

  7. says:

    Started off good but this Klive dude is a wuss Wouldn’t last a week in the steel city Got bored of the girly stuff Couldn’t finish I think I felt my gonads shrinkin from the estrogen overload 🤫😂 More of a action an horror guy myself