Underestimated (Underestimated, #1) by Jettie Woodruff --- Book Review --- (Mild Spoiler Alerts)

April 27, 2014

Kindle Edition, 1st edition, 535 pages
Published June 26th 2013 by Jettie Woodruf

Morgan starts her life in a bad situation; she doesn't really know what she wants out of life. She's never had anyone to look up to or help guide her in the right direction. She had it rough and never dreamed that it could get worse. However, she finds that it can and it does.

She learns what real hell is when she meets the husband that she doesn't want to marry but isn't given a choice.

Warning! This is not your everyday fall in love romance. This book contains disturbing situations, strong language, graphic, sexual content - some forced, some not. If it's a happily ever after love story that you are looking for, you should probably move on. If you are up for the ride, stick around and it may just turn into a love 
story after all.

Book Review:

Oh My God if i had to read one more page of this book i was ready to go insane. You can only read about 150 pages that are actually good and don't just have random unnecessary things going on...I really was disappointed with this because i was expecting so much more. 

I'm sorry to say but this is basically a copy of Consequences by Aleatha Romig which by the way is ten times better. The story follows the same exact lines. The characters have exactly the same personalities and overall this book just didn't work for me.

I could not stand Morgan or Riley or whatever she feels like calling herself. I didn't hated her from the beginning because in there she wasn't all bad and she was actually playing the role of a abused wife which i respected. But then she started the whole shit. First she plays the scared girl hidden from her ex husband that gets a new boyfriend ( a nice one) . Then she has an accident and loses her memory and her entire personality changes and she turned into this femme fatale that makes her abusive husband fall for her, then she goes and plays with the love of two man the rest of the fucking book. I COULD NOT STAND THE LAST PAGES! She could have been a great character but i just saw her as this Bitchy, conceited, arrogant and crazy woman that has no clue that other people have feelings as well. 
What  the  hell  was  I  supposed  to  do  with  these  two men?  Most  women  would  be  flattered  to  have  two  men chasing after her, not me. Maybe had I not loved them both it could have been flattering, but it was agony.
Let's talk about a makeover.... Because Drew turned from a controlling son of a bitch to a laid back guy in about five pages. I admit that the way this author wrote Drew and made him into a demon was kind of really good written but damn she went a bit overboard... Because he's a sick sex addict. Like, a crazy one. And then in the end he tries to redeem all the six years he spent terrorizing Morgan and turns into this prince charming... Hell no. 

Dawson was the only thing that could have been good about the book but even that was screwed over. He was played with during the whole story by Morgan (AKA Riley). Poor guy. 

In my opinion this book isn't worth it... It's whole purpose it's to lead us to a secret that when we find out it's blah and it's just not good. I hate to give bad reviews but there isn't any alternative for Underestimated... 

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