Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Review of Hetch by River Savage


I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. 

In this book we meet Liam "Hetch" Hetcherson and Liberty "Bertie" Jenson. When this book opens Liberty is on a hiatus from men after how her ex treated her and her brother is treating his wife. Her nightly entertainment seems to be the guy in the next apartment. Though she has never met the man she knows all out his extra-circular needs. So one night when she thinks he must be out for the night she tries to alleviate some of her own built up needs only to hear him talk. She is so embarrassed that she can't even sleep in her own bed that night. So a few nights later she and her girlfriends go out for their girl night the man she refuses the drink from is non other than her late night neighbor. Can she look past her preconceived notions to find actual love?

Hetch has been going through psychiatric reviews ever since his father killed himself. Hetch is part of a swat team that also does negotiations and with that type of job they have to review his metal health especially with him in line for a promotion. Little did he know that the best thing he could do for his mental health is meet his new neighbor. Hetch finds that the more time he spends with her the more he wants to. But Hetch doesn't do relationships so what does it mean when he is having all of these feelings for the woman. Can he learn to heal from what happened with his father to have a chance with the woman meant for him?

This book is amazing. There are so many things that happen in this book that I want to tell you about but don't want to ruin it for any other readers. This book really touches on how people deal with grief and loss differently. This book will have you laughing, wanting to smack someone, and definitely crying at times. This book will have you shutting out the world till you read those two words The End. This book will be that hard to put down. I would highly recommend it to anyone and everyone.

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