Lie to Me, Dan by Longrin Wetten

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I would recommend Lie to Me, Dan to anyone looking for a quick and suspenseful read. I enjoyed the story.
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At seventeen, college student Marylyn Zhasa has it all planned out. She excels in her academics, and she is an honored member of The Flyers Club—a group devoted to grooming hard-driving students for the choicest careers, in her country of Nigeria and beyond. She’s ambitious and unafraid, and no worthless boy is going to get in her way.

When she meets Dan, she immediately brushes him off. Yes, he’s handsome; he looks more like a celebrity on vacation than a student going to class. He has earned himself the nickname D-Man, a play on “demon,” due to his ladies man reputation. However, something about Marylyn catches his eye, and he’ll do anything to make her his girl.

No stranger to men’s attentions, Marylyn puts up her well-practiced defenses against Dan’s unusual advances. Despite her fight, she ends up sucked into a fast-paced world of danger and uncertainty. All her careful plans seem spun to the wind as her unexpected romantic passion leadvs her down a path that could end in destruction and death.

About Longrin Wetten

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Longrin Wetten is a network engineer by day and a storyteller all the time. He was born in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria, on the 5th of May, 1978. He holds a B. Eng degree in Computer Engineering from the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria. He loves reading learning, thinking, listening to music, watching movies and has a strong passion for human expressions in science and technology, history and art. He is the founder of Penthusia, an elite group of modern day writing/storytelling enthusiasts; and Penthusia Media Ltd, the business arm of Penthusia. Lie to Me, Dan is his first novel. It is the first installment in a yet to be concluded trilogy. He lives in Benin City, Nigeria.
Published January 30, 2013 by AuthorHouse. 221 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Christine Watson on May 21 2013

I would recommend Lie to Me, Dan to anyone looking for a quick and suspenseful read. I enjoyed the story.

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