The only other way around this will be to export the images out of the Lightroom and then place the Images in the In-design.
As the adjustments that you are do in the lightroom are not saved on the original image, they are saved in the catalog.
So when the image is exported out of the Lightroom the adjustment are applied on the image.
Yeah thats kind of what im doing right now, exporting it to Photoshop and saving them as PSD but with Lightroom adjustments.
So there isn't any way to save the adjustments I make in Lightroom to the PSD file without having to export it and placing it in the InDesign document again?
Lightroom is non-destructive - it doesn't change the images it works on.
What I would suggest is that you look at Publish Services. Set up a hard drive service with appropriate export settings (TIF, size etc) and add photos to a collection, then publish it. When photos change, they will be listed as "modified". You can use Export instead, but this last point helps manage the set of photos for the book/layout and shows which have been modified and need to be output again.
What Publish does is create a folder of TIF or PSD files, and it's these that I include in the InDesign layout.