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They Don't Know - cover

They Don't Know

Patricia Dixon

Publisher: Bloodhound Books

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Summary

A woman is caught between the two men she loves in this heartfelt novel of romance, brotherhood, and the secrets that shape our lives. 
 
On their first day at Manchester University, Daisy and Adam become fast friends. But when tongues begin to wag and their relationship is questioned, Adam shares an intimate secret with Daisy. It’s a secret he’s never shared with anyone before, and Daisy promises to never betray his trust. 
 
When Adam’s brother Ryan returns from abroad, Daisy quickly falls for him. But what seems like a happy circumstance for everyone is threatened by jealousy and buried grudges. Caught between two men she loves, Daisy is torn by the promises she’s made to each of them. And when tragedy strikes, will Daisy ever have a chance at finding happiness?
Available since: 08/29/2018.
Print length: 390 pages.

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