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)
Customer ReviewsSee All
Love, love, love it!!!!
Another fab book in the beneath series, don't usually like to pay more than £2.99 for a book but I splashed out because I love all Meghan's books, totally worth it. Bishop is one helluva alpha and Eden seems so naive. It makes me wana go to New Orleans (gona put that on my list!, you'll understand when you read the book). Bishop was a tough nut to crack but he's a softie inside
Loved Bishop & Eden
I don't usually read books out of order, but seeing as each is standalone I don't mind because I want to go devour the rest now. This was my first Meghan March book and I cant believe I've put off reading this series for so long.
Bishop is everything I love in an tattooed beard man-banned alpha, he was all caveman protectiveness over Eden without being too over-bearing.
Eden is in New Orleans on her fathers orders, but when she turns up she forgets its Mardi Gras meaning it's exploring this new adventure is bound to be fun, but has some dangerous aspects - in steps tattoo artist Bishop the protective alpha. He is drawn to Eden with the need to save and protect.
I loved the interaction between the two,Eden lets her mouth run away before she thinks but she also wants freedom to show everyone she can take care of herself, whereas Bishop wanted to be the one to show Eden around so he could look after her, but in the best possible way.
The book has everything I love including what I believe to be previous characters of the series that I cannot wait to meet. March knows how to write alpha romance well and this one didn't lack drama or suspense.
What a great read.
Last night I dreamt I was in New Orleans. I found beads, walked on Bourbon Street and got a tattoo of a cupcake from a giant with a man bun.
Giant. Man bun. Tattoos. The holy trinity, and said Giant is only freaking called Bishop! As Alanis Morissette said, isn't it ironic?
"The dark glower that took over Bish's face had me poised on the edge of my seat to run. Man-bun plus beard plus all those tattoos plus angry scowl finally tipped the scale from dangerously gorgeous to just flat out dangerous."
Eden does a runner and heads to NOLA to tick something off her bucket list. She escapes her gilded cage and meets Mr Man Bun. Woooof! Bish! I can call him that because we are now buddies. I'm really trying to over look the beard (they scare me).
"You gonna ride my beard until I tell you to stop."
"It might have been the fastest orgasm in the history of orgasms. Maybe that was the magic of the beard?"
Graveyard tours and grape flavoured cocktails. Beads, cupcakes, coffee shops, dress shopping, lots of new friends. Old friends who are not so friendly. Absent dads and did I say, a giant with a man bun?
My first Meghan March book, won't be my last. Why 4 not 5? I have a really particular pet peeve when it comes to vocab, just me I doubt anyone else would care or notice so I'm not calling it out.