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Morgan is a great woman she has always worked hard to do well with anything she has done. Morgan always works hard. When she gets a chance to be the Co CEO at Under Her she jumps at the chance. There was also the chance to see Wilder Cross again it has been maybe 13 years since she had seen him and she wanted to know if she still felt the way she did so that time ago. Even though things didn't really go smooth for them back then.
This story was really good I enjoyed it a lot. It had great humour there were a few happy and sad moments. There were also times where I wasn't happy with Wilder younger and older but he is just a typically man. I really liked Morgan's characters and the parts from her pov were great. But I did like that this was told from Wilder's pov i really like a man's pov I just love getting into there heads. Wilder was just crazy the things he would think was ok that just wasnt. It's was hard to stay angry with him though he's very hot, funny, cocky and charming. What's not to like!
Overall it was a great book I would highly recommend it. I would love more from Wilder's friends Coop is brilliant but there is something about him I need more from him. Then there was Dom he seemed different from Wilder and Coop. So I would really like more from these characters if that's ok haha. But seriously its a great book there's nothing bad that I can say about it.
The first book I ever read by Samantha Towle was The Mighty Storm after seeing an article about her in the local newspaper and I've been hooked ever since. I've read every book written by Samantha, including The Alexandra Jones series, and haven't yet found one that I didn't enjoy. Due to that, I knew I was guaranteed to love Under Her and I was right. I wasn't able to put it down and read it all in one go as I joined Wilder and Morgan on their journey to finding love and happiness.
This book is about giving someone a chance and not making assumptions. People make mistakes and don't always realise that their actions or words can hurt somebody. Does that mean we should hate the person forever and never give them the chance they're asking for? And should we write off someone just because of what we believe to be true about them? Surely it's important to give that person a chance! Get to know them better. Allow them the opportunity to explain.
After seeing many words used to describe Wilder, I'm including my own of misjudged. I feel some readers are unable to see past his love of ‘extracurricular activities’ and aren't able to recognise the determination and focus he has in ensuring his future role as CEO will be a success. Yes, he sleeps with different women but he's not purposely hurting anyone and shouldn't be judged for it. He also shouldn't be judged for what happened in college because people can change and when you look at the bigger picture, he never set out to deliberately hurt Morgan anyway. The upset and pain she felt was her reaction to his actions; as far as he was concerned she hated him, remember. It frustrates me that some readers only look at what they deem to be the negatives of Wilder rather than the positives. If he was so bad as some are saying, then he would’ve never given Morgan a second glance after getting her into bed. In fact, he wouldn’t have even spent the time building her trust so he could get to know her when it looked as though she would always hate him.
With Morgan, I would use the word strong. She worked hard and remained strong throughout college to move a step closer to her dreams for the future. She remained strong as her and Wilder navigated the many twists and turns of their working partnership, then their friendship and finally their relationship. She remained strong and trusted her heart when it told her to give Wilder the chance to prove that her assumptions about him were incorrect and she should allow him fully into her life. Morgan wasn't faultless either and Wilder also gave her a chance after she showed him so much unexplained hate in college. He gave her the opportunity to show him that she would give him a fair chance. I don’t agree with Morgan being called weak etc like some readers have done because she’s far from weak and followed her heart when it came to Wilder.
I felt many different emotions whilst reading Under Her, including disliking Wilder’s parents when they gave him the news he never expected to hear from them. I really felt for him then. I was frustrated when Morgan kept pulling away from Wilder. I laughed out loud at Mrs Bigly’s brief appearance. My stomach dropped when it looked like Wilder had suffered the ultimate betrayal. This book has it all and remains with me now, even days later. Please please please don’t let the negative reviews put you off getting this book. Get it, read it and make up your own mind!