Beneath These Lies : Beneath

  • by Meghan March
  • Narrated by Andi Arndt, Sebastian York
  • Series: Beneath
  • 8 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Look, but don't touch.... She might as well wear a neon sign that says it. It just makes me want her more.
She might be above me in every way, but I still want her under me.
I've got no business touching her rich-girl skin, but that won't stop me from stealing a taste. Because rules were meant to be broken - especially when the prize is so fine. In a world where nothing is as it seems, what's buried beneath these lies?

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Solid Story, Series and Narration …..

Gosh, I just can't get enough of this series!

Meghan March is such an amazing author! She really knows how to deliver a captivating story that keeps the listener in suspense while she weaves a plot full of action, steamy romance, and some surprising twists. Each story has a natural flow and transitions smoothly from one scene to the next, making them fun and easy to listen too. The characters have flaws, and their steamy dialogue and chemistry will have you smiling and blushing from the first to the last chapter. Just when you think you've already listened to her best, she goes and writes another five star hit! It's hard to choose a favorite; I love them all!

Beneath These Lies was an awesome love triangle, and I really enjoyed hearing all three POV's.

Andi Arndt and Sabastian York are two of the best narrators! When they narrate, you can feel the emotions and effort they put into the characters and dialogue. They make a great team and really bring the story to life.

Absolutely worth the time, and a credit!
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- Cheri

Stellar!!!!!

Meghan March outdid herself with this tale. It is a gripping story ... not what you expect and totally engaging. The narration was stellar, the story line strong and interesting. The description says it all. There is a twist or two that is unexpected and this is a story that is credit worthy which I am glad to report after a long line of not worthy material over the last month! The hero is an "anti-hero" of sorts, there is a bit of competition from a worthy detective who has a history with the heroine .... and despite her proper, privileged upbringing she is torn between the two strong males. In the end I was not surprised at who she had chosen. The performance by Andi Arndt and Sebastian York is as expected, excellent. Credit or sale worthy!
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- Denise

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-19-2016
  • Publisher: Meghan March