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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The Hitch: Knots That Bind is a work of romantic contemporary fiction penned by author DonnaLee Overly. The third book in the Knots That Bind series, we have so far followed the beautiful Gabriella King through her not so perfect life of love trials and emotional distress. Even though she appears to be the idol of all women, with her tall blonde frame, athletic and artistic pursuits, life has not been easy for her at all. She has, however, met Brett, a kind supportive ranch hand, and he loves her and her unborn child very much, even though he’s not the father. But when Gabby has a miscarriage, fate intervenes and brings her step-brother Stan into her life. The downward spiral begins again here, and we wonder if Gabby can ever get herself out of it.
I applaud author DonnaLee Overly for creating such a realistic contemporary drama about love, life and the struggles of being a modern woman. Even though Gabby and Brett look like a Barbie and Ken, straight out of the box, their true selves reflect the real hardships that seemingly ‘perfect’ people go through like the rest of us. Gabby’s tale of loss in losing her unborn child is heart wrenching and very well created, whilst the presence of the meddling Stan and the constraints that he puts on Gabby also present an interesting argument about how kind a woman can afford to be whilst still protecting herself and her mental well-being. All in all, The Hitch is a thoughtful and engaging drama for the modern age.