Review: The Uncovering (Underneath and Inbetween Book 1) by Jes Young

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Tab Bennett is normal — unusually, excessively normal. Her job as a bank teller is safe and secure, her grandfather finally let her move out of the house (at least to the cottage at the end of the driveway), and her fiance fiercely guards her chastity, whether she wants him to or not.

It's something of a shock, then, when Tab learns that she is the elvish queen of the fabled kingdom of the Inbetween. Also shocking is the appearance of the staggeringly confident and gorgeous elvish warrior who claims to be Tab's true betrothed. Even amidst a steamy love triangle, Tab must tell friend from foe in an unknown world of danger, deceit, magic, and sex.

The first in the Underneath and Inbetween trilogy, The Uncovering sparkles with wit and unadulterated fun.

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Toot's Review by Stacy Sabala

This book was truly confusing in places for me.  It took a while for the author to reveal what was going on which frustrated me as a reader.  You learn along with Tab which would be ok if they would reveal these secrets when things happened to warrant it.  However, that didn’t happen.  The secrets were kept until they were forced to be told.  It drove me nuts. 

I didn’t like the situation with Robbin and Alex.  It was completely unnecessary.  I guess I confused why the author let the guardian to allow that to continue when they knew about Alex.  The author presents such ridiculous situations that Tabitha finds herself in that could have been avoided.  That was my biggest frustration in this book.  I don’t like stupidity in my characters.  Tab’s was unavoidable since she didn’t have all the information to make good decisions.  The rest of the characters irked me, and it took me a while to finish the book.  At some points I didn’t want to keep reading it because of the way the story was playing out.  I give it a 3 out of 5 because I did like Tab.

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