REVIEW: Solid: 2 1/2 (Twin Trio Book 3) by Jettie Woodruff


Sometimes you just have to let go of rock bottom, catch the bricks being thrown at you, and build your own foundation. Solid is built on trust, not lies and deceit, and sometimes you have to stop waiting for someone else to build it, and do it yourself.

If happiness is the end result, if it’s that single want that matters, if we had to through that to get here, I’d do it all over again. If it’s the love that matters, then why does it matter how we got there? We were the perfect storm of two kinds of crazy.




Solid by Jettie Woodruff
Paxton and Gabriella continued

So, I wasn’t expecting this! I wasn’t even aware that Jettie was writing it! Wow, what an enjoyable surprise. This is the continuation of Pax and Gabby’s fucked up life after amnesia. Lies, Truths, and some steamy freaky sex scenes. I loved it! It’s a quick read that only took me about two hours to read but is packed with so much angst and chaos!

Paxton is still kind of a dick, but he still owns my heart. What can I say… I love the bad guy that’s sometimes good! I know he’s been dreadful in the past with the “old” Gabby, but this new guy, the guy who’s actually in love with his wife is melting what panties I have left from reading the first two books. He still says shit that makes me cringe, but I do believe he’s sincere in his quest to find solid ground with Gabby. He even made me laugh a time or two!

Gabriella is so damn cute. I love this woman with my whole heart! I am a “Gabriella Junkie.” She’s still struggling with her past, her strange visions, and trying to make heads or tales of what they are and how they fit into her new life post-amnesia. She’s still the best Mom evah, and if I do say so myself, the best damn wife a man could ever ask for. I love how she handles Pax now-a-days. He may not think she’s “handling” him, but girls… we know better…

Mi, the doctor friend is still as quirky as ever. I’m sad that she may be leaving, but I’m sure one way or another her Gabs will keep in touch no matter what. The kids are adorable and funny. I miss those days when my kids weren’t afraid to speak their minds and be so damn cute while doing it.

So, this is a beautiful, short little novella on how Pax and Gabby are getting long after the confusion and bedlam we learned in Suit and Slut. It’s very compelling and the characters are still very likable and realistic. The dialogue flows very nicely and feels incredibly natural. The pacing is ideal, quick actually, and the tension created throughout is perfect.

ARC provided by Author for an honest review


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Jettie Woodruff resides in Ohio, but she’s not sure why. She hates winter and it’s right around the corner. Time to go south. People say Jettie has her own genre, a mixture of love, sex, family, mystery, and comedy. She also has a half a dozen stories started, all waiting to be told. The one that makes it to thirty-thousand first is usually the one that gets published next.
Some of her favorite things are, first and foremost her family, reading, writing, bike riding, hiking, BOOK SIGNINGS, my friends, and life!
“I’m selfish, impatient, and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I’m out of control, and at times hard to handle. But if you can’t handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don’t deserve me at my best.”
Marilyn Monroe

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