Beneath These Shadows
Book 6, Beneath
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
From New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author Meghan March comes another dangerous alpha hero in the series that readers call "deliciously addictive" and "binge-worthy". Beneath These Shadows is a STANDALONE romance set in the world of the Beneath series. You do not have to read any other books in the series to enjoy this one.
The only permanent thing in my life is the ink I put on my clients.
I drift from city to city, in and out of beds, from one tattoo shop to the next.
Every time I start to put down roots, I rip them up.
Until New Orleans.
She’s everything I’m not.
Full of fire and life. An innocent where I’m a sinner.
I want to consume her. Protect her. Keep her.
But first, I have to escape from beneath these shadows.
Beneath These Shadows is the 6th book in the Beneath series, but each of these hot contemporary romances can be enjoyed as a stand alone. Then again, why would you want to miss out on all the alpha heroes and the women who bring them to their knees? After all, there's something for everyone in New Orleans…
Beneath Series Reading Order:
Beneath This Mask (Beneath #1)
Beneath This Ink (Beneath #2)
Beneath These Chains (Beneath #3)
Beneath These Scars (Beneath #4)
Beneath These Lies (Beneath #5)
Beneath These Shadows (Beneath #6)
Beneath The Truth (Beneath #7)
Another fantastic read
I love how relatable Eden is, even though she comes from a different kind of family. I also enjoyed how she discovers herself in New Orleans with familiar characters. Did I mention that this series is a standalone?
Love this book! Keeps you interested from beginning to end. Almost impossible to set down!
Not the 5 stars I expected from all the reviews. Were they paid or what?!
I love me a good smutty romance, but I'm picky. Most romances are all the same same same and it gets boring and redundant. After reading the reviews of this one, I was hopeful it would be great but ultimately I was let down. It was just another of the same. I liked the relationships developed between the friends in this book (frankly I liked all the friends more than I liked Eden herself), there were a few good plot twists, and some good elements to the story, but I quickly grew annoyed with Eden's internal dialogue and was disappointed that the story lost its originality about 1/3 of the way through. I was overall bored with the sameness and I'm putting this one into the growing pile of dime-a-dozen romances. If you like the typical story of the naive innocent girl trying to find herself who isn't smart enough to put two and two together yet gets swept away by a hot muscled man, then you'll love this book. If you want more and better, then you'll be disappointed.