Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Review for Hetch Men of S.W.A.T 1

☆☆☆☆☆ 5 Stars

“ HETCH explores the damaging effects of suicide, its aftermath, and the possible issues associated with mental illness and PTSD AND may cause possible triggers related to suicide and other mental health issues.”

What a great start to this new series by River Savage it is so different from her other Books.

Liam Hetcherson works for SWAT team he is a man Haunted by his past. 
Although it starts with him talking to his therapist about what Haunts him,
I really Like Liam I like his Character when he wants something he don’t give up till he gets it.

Liberty, I absolutely loved her she works as a young worker to help kids in trouble to support them, well she moves into the apartment after a messy break up and she is swearing off men and having a break. Right next to Liam and well…. They haven’t met yet. But the walls between the apartments are very thin and you can hear everything that going on there first interactions is funny. I will not go into details. As not to spoil it for others but I will say a vibrate is involved he he 

Any when they finally came face to face they do not know they are actually living next to each other not until Liberty decided she going have a one-night stand. 

Things happen they finally get together. Then Liam tries pushing her away because he thinks he just going hurt her in the end. 

They eventually get back together after something big happens.

Loved the Texts and their conversations through the wall. 

I really enjoyed this book and all the Characters all the men from Hetch’s Team Hart, Mason Fox, Tate etc. etc.…. Liberty’s Sister in law Payten I loved her.

All in all, this book has a bit of everything in it does have some funny parts but some very serious matters it deals with too.

If you like River’s Previous books you will really enjoy this one. 

I can’t wait for Fox’s book.