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Summary

From USA Today best-selling author Meghan March comes the final sexy stand-alone set in the Beneath world of New Orleans.

I used to believe there were lines in life you don't cross. Don't lie. Don't cheat. Don't steal. Until I learned people don't always practice what they preach. I turned in my badge and gun and walked away from everything. Then I got the call no one wants, and I'm back in New Orleans. What I don't expect is for her to be here, too. Another line you don't cross? Don't touch your best friend's little sister. She's always been off-limits. Too bad I don't follow the rules anymore.

May absolutely be listened to as a stand-alone!

©2017 Meghan March (P)2017 Meghan March

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Brilliant

This was a long-awaited book for me as I'm sure it is for many people who enjoy the books by Megan March. It was a great story with little twists and turns that you don't expect and a few shocks here in there too. I'm sorry this is the last in the series of the beneath books but I am sure she will come up with something else as good or better

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  • S.
  • 13-08-17

This can't be the end, can it?

Would you listen to Beneath the Truth again? Why?

The performance is key in an audiobook, the story follows; this series has been the best across the board for me. I have listened to several, and the characters in this series really hit home with their sex appeal and overall realism.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Protagonists, clearly.

What does Andi Arndt and Sebastian York bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

They bring the characters to life, which is not the case for all voice actors. You can hear the passion in their voice and feel the characters through them.

Any additional comments?

I'm sure there is another character that has not been written about in this series? It would be a shame not to reach the tenth book. I think that March could pull it off. This series was the only one I have truly been devoted to.

Suggestions:
Book 4 - the brother who goes away for a year
Book 5 - Valentina's shop assistant
Book 5 - Valentina's parents - perhaps a novel incorporating the past with the present

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Well worth it!

Terrific story, beautifully read, that rounds out the other books in the series really well. Well worth the download.

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Megan March does it again!

I've enjoyed all these audio books in this series!
I'm looking forward to hearing more books from this author!

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OKish listen

I have been a fan of the beneth series but for some reason I did not really enjoy this book , Rhett Hennersey features all through the series so thought this would be a great listen not really sure why I didn't enjoy I just could not engage with the two main characters ... the best part was the end when you get to hear what happened to previous characters, I will also look forward to meeting Mount in his upcoming trilogy I guess it's going to be a good listen fingers crossed .
I am sure to be in the minority in my review but I am not criticising its just not for me and the Seb and Andi narration was also great as per usual .

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I've loved every book in this series

This is the last book in the Beneath series, and for that reason alone, I'm devastated. I've loved every book in this series, and Beneath the Truth is no exception. Rhett is an ex police officer turned PI who became disillusioned with the force when his brother was killed and his dad was accused of been dirty. Leaving his hometown of New Orleans, he had no intention of returning anytime soon, until a pin unexpected phone call lures him back. Plunged into a world of deceit, lies and way too many coincidences this book had me hooked. Rhett was just perfect, (what you see is what you get), hot, sexy, no holds barred alpha. Add into the mix his best friends little sister and and I'm surprised the book didn't set alight it was so hot. I loved Ariel’s character, self made CEO and hacker extraordinaire, ex geek who has always been in love with her brothers best friend. Having no idea who the enemy was and trying to piece together all the information whilst protecting Ariel, Rhett has his hands full. With added twists and turns and lots of sexy time, we have a firm favourite in the Beneath series.
As usual Andi Arndt and Sebastian York nail it, an audio match made in heaven.

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  • 🔹🔹🔹CAROLYN 🔹🔹🔹
  • 09-08-17

AND IT'S ANOTHER TRIUMPHANT HOME RUN FOR Ms MARCH

If you're already a fan of this awesome series then you really don't need to read any of the glowing reviews.. because you've ALREADY found out what an awesome and talented Author Meghan March is. You've ALREADY been wowed by her detailed dual POV storylines that mix truly epic romances with angst, drama, danger, sex, passion, turmoil, twists and suspense. You've ALREADY drooled over her sexy damaged bad boys who have all found strong loving heroines who bring out their brooding alpha possessive side. You've ALREADY loved and hated her secondary characters who throw spanners or lifelines into her intricately woven works. And you've ALREADY experienced Sebastian and Andi's excellent narration that brought each one of the books in this series to life, added all the necessary emotional feels with every single word they uttered.. and, thanks to their skilled narration, I'm sure you'll all agree that this series is one to enjoy over and over again.

However, if you haven't yet listened to any of Meghan March's multi-layered riveting books in the Beneath series, then you're in for an awesome ride. They're all unique standalones that can be listened to out of order - yet interconnect with family/friends. But I wouldn't suggest starting with this one.. Ariel and Rhett's addictive and intense story is great - but this last book in the series has all the happy couples uniting, wrapping up and reaffirming their love in a very memorable and touching way.

Worth a credit? I think you know what I'm gonna say.. it starts with a Y and ends in S.

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  • Cyndi
  • 10-09-17

✫✫ 5 Stars ✫✫

I can't believe it's over :( This will always be my favorite Meghan March series because it was my first. I don't want this to be the last one !

I was really excited for Hennessy's book and it was better than I could have ever expected! This book has so much to it! Of course it has love and hot sex but this one has a lot of action and twists and turns.

Hennessy shows off his good guy values while also being a sexy badass. Although I think he will always be a cop at heart! Ari is an amazing character and the perfect heroine for Hennessy. She is a brilliant geeky girl that is bad ass! I loved that so much! She didn't hide it, she did try to be something else, she was just who she was! Great way to end the series and that epilogue was awesome, I loved all the closure <3

Narration was great of course!

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  • Lori Irby
  • 05-09-17

Solved,mystery = Pain of the truth

**No Spoilers*** I could not wait for Rhett's story Yet, I waited to listen to this book in order to savor the suspense since I knew this was probably the last book in the Beneath series. I will say the unveiling of Beneath the truth did not disappoint. Lots of shockers come out of Hennesay's story. He has been one of my favorite characters in this series. Even though I don't want to give too much away, this book almost felt more like a crime novel than a romance novel. The romance between Rhett and Ari seem like a bit of an after thought to the plot as compared to the other books in the series. The heat lever is quite a bit lower. The love scenes seem rushed and almost feel like they were interfering with the story. Kind of like an action movie that throws in a love scene to try to get some female audience to the movie theater. Still, this was a great book, but I was a bit disappointed in the romance level in this book. I just did not feel as much passion in this story, as with the other books. Even the way Rhett and Ari finally say, I love you is so unemotional and a bit boring. It made me feel like they were an old married couple who have been married for 30 years who did not need to hear those 3 little words anymore. I have seen several romance authors start to get light on the romance and heavier on the back story, pushing their books into another genre. I hope this is not the case with Meghan's future books. the epilogue was fantastic because she wrap up all the other characters reminding the readers of their love story. I defiantly feel that Meghan March is definately bouncing this book into a much darker series with her upcoming book. I only hope she is able to keep the heat volume up for her true romance fans. Since the story was super gripping, and the performance was a 5, I had to give it 5 stars. As far as the love, sex and passion in this book, I would have to only give it a 3.5. This is not a stand alone, you really need to read this book in the order of the series to fully appreciate the characters and the plot.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 10-08-17

Disappointing end to a great series

I've loved every book in this series and couldn't wait for this one. I wish I had saved my credit

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  • Charisse0504
  • 10-08-17

Amazing, as always

Meghan March did not disappoint with this conclusion to the beneath series. I of course loved it.

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  • Tannie
  • 24-09-17

ending wasn't the best

the series was pretty good but I was a little disappointed in this last book. the story was not as interesting and the relationship seemed weak. i was expecting a better story for Rhett. good series, worth listening to but the last book was disappointing.

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  • 11-08-17

Absolutely Amazing!!!!!!

This book did not disappoint... when you think you figured it out, you get a shocker.... I loved every minute of it. The right amount of sex appeal/sex scenes and action.... I can't wait to read Mount.... Meghan March is a literary genius

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  • Abby
  • 11-08-17

Amazing ending to a GREAT series!

Seriously amazing book! I was sad that this is the last book in the series but Meghan March KILLED IT! The twists and the turns this story blew my mind and I was on the edge of my seat! I loved the sweetness and the passion between Ariel and Rhett. I loved they were old enough and no one else mattered enough anymore to keep them from moving their friendship to more. This story was sweet, sexy, bittersweet, sad, crazy but oh-so-good! This was also a great ending to the series. I loved every minute of this book and I can't recommend it enough! Do you like your women strong and your heroes alpha? Then jump on it!

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  • The Book Junkie Reads . . .
  • 10-08-17

Perfect ending to a good series that has held me

York and Arndt has done a great job throughout this series to give vice, cadence, character, richness, tone and so much more to each charactet.

This last installment gives you more of it all and allows for you to see more. The ending of this series let you love each couple, story, and future for them all.

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  • Loreen
  • 11-08-17

Not good. Bad ending to an amazing series

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

I can't say who would like it. I'm so disappointed. The rest of the series was so good this was watered down and ridiculous. So far fetched.

Has Beneath the Truth turned you off from other books in this genre?

No

Would you be willing to try another one of Andi Arndt and Sebastian York ’s performances?

Of course. It wasn't their fault the book sucked.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

Nope.

Any additional comments?

Yes returning it.

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