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Underestimated Too by Jettie Woodruff

6 years ago


underestimated too 5 Stars|Goodreads|Amazon

Meg's Review:

As soon as I finished Underestimated I knew I wanted more. I wanted what came next. I wanted answers that I didn't get. Well, I didn't get them until now. I was very surprised when Jettie announced that a second book would be coming out, and that we would a I'll get the sneers we were waiting for. And get the answers we did. This book was very interesting to read and very much kept your attention. Instead of just doing the typical POV switch and rewriting the first book, Jettie wrote a sequel that featured both Morgan and Drew's POV. Is a Happily Ever After in store for them? You have no idea. Really, you don't.
I wasn't sure what he was trying to say. Was he telling me that things would get worse? Was that why he needed me to promise him? - Morgan
Drew and Morgan are married and life is, well good. In the D&M kind of way. Until things aren't so great. Drew and Morgan need help. This is a fact. We all can agree on that. So that's exactly what they get, Help. In this novel we traverse the mind of Drew.
"If someone would have told me I was going to fall in love with Morgan, I would have called them crazy." - Drew
We go deep into his past and relive some very vivid memories. Memories that throw Drew back into his past. & Drew's past? It's a very dark place. UnderToo Teaser Morgan and Drew really need to get their stuff together for their family sake and it was a wonderful and rewarding journey to take with them. I felt like this story really gave me closure into the events in this world.
"I'm an imperfect man, and I've made my wife into an imperfect woman. We're just two imperfect people who refuse to give up on each other." - Drew
5 Stars Jettie. You couldn't have ended this better for me. My Questions were answered. I received an ARC for an honest review.

Author Interview:

Where do you find your inspiration for novels?

Hmmm. I duno. I wake up and they’re there, and I will go nuts until I get them on paper.

Who is your favorite Character?

In all my books? I would have to say Hailey Arlington and Allie Fletcher. I miss those girls.

What is your favorite scene in UT?

I love it when Morgan makes Drew piss on Michaels grave.

Whats next from the infamous Jettie?

It’s brewing…

What is Drew doing to celebrate the release?

He’s going to give it to Morgan over the railing of their deck at the beach house.

Lastly, whats your favorite part of being an author? I mean beside getting to talk with AWESOME bloggers like NG?

Well besides that… I love writing, I feel like I have to do it or I go through withdraws. I can literally sit in front of my keyboard and wonder where the hell fifteen hours just went.

Synopsis:

WARNING. This book contains: explicit sex scenes (some forced, some not), intense situations not meant for the faint of heart, abuse, adult language and content. Money is not the most important thing in the world; love is - so they say anyway. Fortunately, Drew loves money. He wasn’t capable of loving anything else. The more money he made, the more he needed to make. Always chasing a deal, that was the most important thing in the world to him. You rode Morgan’s side of the tracks. Now ride Drew’s. You know the things she went through, things nobody should go through. Is Drew sorry for his part in that? Probably not. He’s not sure things would have turned out the way they did had he been the cute little husband the critics expected him to be. He did do things that hurt her and regretted a lot of his choices, but he tortured himself, wanting to do them still. You think you know Drew? You don’t know squat. You know what his wife has told you. She couldn’t tell you more than that, she doesn’t know that part of Drew. You want a sappy cliché romance? Move on, this isn’t the story for you. You want all the gruesome details? Stick around, and then you can judge Drew.