Tacker by Sawyer Bennett – REVIEW –

Tacker is a shell of the person he once was, he had an amazing career and a woman he loved. All of that changed when he lost her in a plane crash, a plane that he was piloting. Since he lost her, he hasn’t been the same, he goes through the motions, he’s still an amazing hockey player, but off the ice is a different story. After some bad decisions, management has stepped in and ordered Tacker to get the help he should have gotten all the years ago. 

Enter Nora. She too knows loss, but she has pushed forward and is a therapist with a different approach to therapy. She can see that Tacker will need a push, when she shares her story, it opens Tacker’s eyes and he can finally see that there can be life after loss. As the two spend more time together, the line between client and therapist blurs. Is Tacker finally ready to move forward?

I have been waiting for Tacker’s book since Bishop’s book was released. And let me tell you something, if you thought you knew what to expect, Sawyer delivered something that was even better. In this book we get to dig into more of Tacker’s history and what happened with the accident, and we get to see more of how he is grieving and dealing with that. We also get to watch Tacker become more than just a shell of a man, we get to see him break free and become the man he is supposed to be. I don’t think that there could have been any other person who could have fit him like Nora. Someone who also knows pain and loss, Sawyer delivered such an amazing story, with two characters that make you believe that there can be love and life after loss. This is the book everybody has been waiting for, and I promise you won’t be disappointed. Hands down this is my favorite book in the Arizona Vengeance series, and I’ve loved them all. 

Download Tacker:

► Amazon: https://amzn.to/2RXjtoI

► B&N: http://bit.ly/2sTa5DH

► Apple: https://apple.co/2G7ecnA

► Google Play: http://bit.ly/2B7qZ6j

► Kobo: http://bit.ly/2Ro0cYv

► Amazon PB: https://amzn.to/2TW7Omh

► B&N PB: http://bit.ly/2mszRi4

► Audible (narrated by Stephen Dexter & Lucy Rivers): https://adbl.co/2MmulIE

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