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Underestimated period!

Underestimated - Jettie Woodruff

Holy Hell what did I just read? I feel like I need to do penance after finishing this book. This is totally a book that I would love, Stockholm syndrome. I loved it! I can say this definitely stayed within the genre, it was like watching a train wreck. I couldn't rip my eyes from the page. The book was written extremely well, I wasn't too pleased about her decision making skills but understandable under the conditions. So this book starts out with a girl on the run, and it takes a good bit before we get the total picture but we catch glimpses. Morgan was taken from her father at eighteen, bought and sold to a man who became her husband. We see from glimpses that he is every bit controlling as any man I could think of. The cover doesn't really catch my eye, I'm not sure from the brunette on the cover if that's how Morgan looks as her new identity as Riley....or not. The title fits but it's not really catchy and my spell check likes to pulverize it. But the storyline is incredible. World building is great, even though she's not allowed outside much, she earns her way out. The storyline flows incredible, I had no problems switching from her past to present day, even though when she eventually starts to switch between men it gets a bit repetitive. Morgan earns her way out of the horrible marriage and starts over new somewhere else. She finds love with a man who is not her husband, and after a couple years finds her trapped back in her husbands arms again. This time however it's different, she has a case of amnesia, and finds it difficult to choose when all is said and done. Overall entertainment value.... It's one hell of a read. Worth every penny. 500 pages is extravagant for the price I paid.