Beneath This Mask : Beneath

  • by Meghan March
  • Narrated by Andi Arndt, Holter Graham
  • Series: Beneath
  • 7 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

He loves me, and he doesn't even know my real name.
The limelight that follows him could expose everything I'm hiding. But even knowing the risks, I can't force myself to stay away.
I'm going to break his heart, but mine will shatter right along with it.
Will we lose it all when I reveal what's beneath this mask?


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Charlotte (aka Charlie) needs to disappear quickly and she does it in New Orleans and now with a new look, a new job and a new identity she has finally found her true self working in a Tattoo Shop. One year in and late one night a Bachelor Party come staggering in and that's when she meets the gorgeous Simon. Simon is instantly captivated by the tattooed, dark haired beauty with colored streaks in her hair but is it the booze clouding his mind. So he returns the next day to find out that she was even more breathtaking but he can't get her to say yes to a date..... until persistency, a lack of Charlie's willpower and a terrible accident brings them together. But Charlie has secrets that could harm Simon's political career, she's a closed book and sooner or later her past is going to catch up with her and it's just a case of when and at what price.

I usually go for bad boys and Simon is anything but that, he's thoughtful, kind, caring, understanding and doesn't pressurise Charlie for answers and I loved him for that. It was Charlie who was keeping secrets and, as usual, they're kept too long with devastating results. There's no surprises for the listener as Charlie's past life is told from the start but it's a lovely romance that unfolds between two likeable characters who deserve each other. There's romantic times, sexy times and heartbreaking confusing times and the worst enemy is Charlie's self doubt..... well that and her family and the F.B.I.

Worth a credit? Dual POV's, good narration and a story that I couldn't wait to get back to so, IMO, that all makes for a nice creditworthy listen.
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It's okay

Narrators- female voice is good. Male voice was distracting. He doesn't match the image. His voice makes u think of a smaller dude. U picture this tall hunk out of the navy & then his voice comes out & my picture morphs lol ... like Hugh Jackson to Michael j fox..
Other then that it was ok.

Story- it was ok. Not nail biting or I can't put the book down. Predictable yet feel good. I wouldn't spend a credit on it tho I would wait for a discount.
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- lily taase

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-30-2015
  • Publisher: Meghan March