REVIEW: BENEATH THIS MASK BY MEGHAN MARCH

Rating: 4 out of 5.

What it is about
Charlie’s father conned a lot of people out of a lot of money. She runs away to New Orleans to escape and changes her appearance and starts working at a tattoo shop. One night Simon goes to the shop and is completely enamoured with her. 

POV- dual first person 

HEA/HFN- yes

Funny parts- not really 

Sad parts- yes and lot of frustrating parts

Love triangle- not really

Insta-love- yes

Cheating- no

Super insecure character- no

Trigger warning- none 

Realistic scale- 2/5

Pick this up if- you want something first paced and intriguing with a mystery subplot. You want something addictive and quick. 

Don’t pick this up if- you don’t like characters who changes their minds a lot. You don’t want selfish main characters. 

Can be read as a stand-alone. 

Pages- 290

Audiobook- 7h 28m
Narrators- Holter Graham and Andi Arndt

BUY THE BOOKS OR AUDIOBOOKS IN THE SERIES HERE:
Beneath This Mask
Beneath This Ink
Beneath These Chains
Beneath These Scars
Beneath These Lies
Beneath These Shadows
Beneath The Truth

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