she has no intention of sticking around. But Knockemout has a way of getting under people’s skin. And once Nash decides to make Lina his, he’s not about to be dissuaded…even if it means facing the danger that nearly killed him.
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And here we have another absolute winner from Lucy Score! Things We Hide from the Light is the second book in the Knockemout series and features Nash and Lina. If you’ve read Things We Never Got Over (the first book) then you’ll notice that Nash is Knox’s brother! If you haven’t read TWNGO then you need to go back and do it now because it’s one of the best small town romances I have ever read! Moving on… This is a neighbors-to-lovers (if it needs a trope), small town romance! We have an emotionally damaged man, a woman whose first instinct is to run in the opposite direction of love, and the best cast of secondary characters around! It was SO NICE to see Knox and Naomi again as well as Sloane and Lucian (who will be in the NEXT BOOK!!!!). Ahh I just loved revisiting them! This book has an incredible love story with sparks that fly everywhere, a little bit of danger, and an epilogue that just warmed my heart. I honestly cannot say enough good things about this book or series and just highly recommend everyone read it! It’s one of my all-time favorites. Now I’m going down the Lucy Score rabbit hole and trying to read every book she’s ever written. Wish me luck!
This is 5 easy stars for me to give and I highly recommend it to all romance readers! Just be sure to read Things We Never Got Over first so you don’t encounter any spoilers!
𝗠𝗬 𝗥𝗔𝗧𝗜𝗡𝗚: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
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