Review: Hemi by Anna Hackett

Title:  Hemi

Author: Anna Hackett

Series: Hell Squad #13

Genre: Science Fiction

Format: eBook

Pages: 210

Dates Read: 2017, 2019, May 30, 2020

5 stars
5 stars – I loved it!

We finally got the first Berserker book, and it was perfect! Cam has been denying her attraction to Hemi for a while now but he is determined. They finally have their night together but it will take a lot more time to convince Cam to stay with him. 

“Too many people just let those berserkers run wild. You stand up to Hemi, challenge him, and rein him in when he needs it.”

Cam is a beautiful and deadly soldier of Squad nine. Her parents taught her to not trust love or relationship so she has been pushing Hemi away from the beginning. He is determined though and just keeps pushing until she admits her feelings. I loved their relationship. Hemi may be a burly crazy man but he is so sweet with Cam. He holds her hand, gives her kisses, and is constantly showing how much he cares for her. 

“I’m pretty tough to kill.”…“Like a cockroach?

Hemi is one of the crazy Berserkers. He likes to fight and blow things up. We finally get to see the softer side of him though. I loved the scenes with him teaching the kids rugby and hanging out with his family and squad. He shows Cam what a true family should be like, not a dysfunctional one like hers. I am loving the Berserkers and I cannot wait for the rest of the men to fall. 

The aliens are also  ramping up their attack on the humans. The creepers are so, well creepy. They are a real threat to the survival of mankind’s. I love all the aliens in this series. They are crazy and disturbing. Overall, I cannot get enough of this series! I need more of the Berserkers.


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