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Ariel Sampson has harbored a crush on Rhett for as long as she can remember. It was the worst kept secret and she knows it. But she thinks she has a handle on it now that they are all grown up and he is back in town.
These two have a history that sets the foundation for who they are as adults. The chemistry between them is such that it’s hard to believe Ariel had not noticed Rhett’s attraction to her earlier. But despite her sass, she has some insecurities that hinder her view of herself and how others see her. Rhett is both the perfect gentleman and an alpha protector. We’ve seen his swoony side before, but seeing it again, pointed at the right woman was perfection.
I loved watching them work together, and watching them banter. They can do both with ease, and even though they hadn’t seen each other in a while, they fell back into the easy friendship they once had easily.
The twists and turns this story took kept me turning pages long after I should have stopped for reality. This final Beneath story has a lot to tie up, even loose ends I didn’t know I should be looking for.
Finishing this book made me want to go back and do a series reread, because I love the little glimpse of each couple in the epilogue. This is the best series ending I can’t think of for Beneath, both for those who are longtime fans and those who have picked this book up as the first. Beneath The Truth stands alone, and readers can enjoy it on it’s own, but I’d bet that once they meet this group they will want more!
Standalone though part of a larger series
Told from both POVs
No major editing errors
I have loved every book in this series but this one might be my favorite. It gripped me from the first page and didn't let go. This author is an amazing storyteller and the way she develops the characters is unparalleled.
Rhett Hennessy is a former cop who left New Orleans when he found out his dad was dirty cop. Honor was all Rhett cared about growing up and what he lived his life by. Finding out his father was a dirty cop nearly broke him so he left New Orleans in his rearview mirror.
Ari is a technical genius with the ability to hack just about anything. She has also been in love with her brother best friend almost her entire life. When she and Rhett meet again back in New Orleans sparks fly and she finally learns what it would be like to be with Rhett...the only problem is the drama that is surrounding both their lives.
Rhett is trying to figure out just how dirty his father was and Ari is trying to stay far away from her ex boyfriend while she handles some medical issues going on with her dad.
Little do both of them know the issues going on in both their lives are interconnected and before everything is said and done they will both lose someone very special to them.
Lines are crossed, blood is shed and the body count keeps going up.
The suspense of this book was nuts, and so were some of the twists and turns this book took. I wasn't expecting most of them and some where downright horrifying.
Might be the best book in the series thus far though and the epilogue was hands down amazeballs!
A must read!
Rhett Hennessey intrigued me in previous books, and he had a knack of being there for others. He doesn't disappoint in this book! Ariel is a class act, a genius, awkward at times, and grew up next door to the Hennessey household. Her brother Heath has always been best friends with Rhett. Everyone knew about her crush on Hennessey, and now she gets to live her fantasy.
Rhett and Ari have great chemistry and the blend of action and suspense made this a page Turner I highly recommend. It also made me curious about Lachlan...