Beneath These Scars by Meghan March
I loved everything about this book. Between Lucas being an alpha billionaire, asshole and Yve being a badass, sassy chick that doesn’t put up with his crap, these two made this a book I couldn’t put down. Highly recommended.
I went in to this story not really knowing what I was in for. I love Meghan’s writing and other books, so I knew it would be a great read, but I had real doubts about if I would like the H/h. In the end I got a story of two scarred people that weren’t looking for love but found it anyway, and I loved every second of it.
Lucas Titan was the man you loved to hate in the other books in this series, but man Lucas Motherfucking Titan is so much more than that. He might seem to be the asshole that everyone loved to hate, and I’ll admit he was a bossy, arrogant, demanding alpha billionaire, but for anyone that took the time to look even a fraction deeper he was so much more.
Yve Santos is strong willed, sarcastic and doesn’t let anyone push her or her friends around. She was an all around strong bad ass chick. But just under the surface her scars tell another story. She is a woman with painful past and a strong dislike of relationships with rich men. She has kept everyone at arms length for so long that when Lucas sneaks his way in she has no idea that he would be the one to put her back together again.
These two broken people start closed off and slowly open up to each other. Their journey and transformation made this amazing story even more beautiful. I highly recommend every book in this series, but Simon from Beneath This Mask may have found a contender for my favorite Meghan March man.
A review copy was provided by Netgalley for an honest review.
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