Second Debt by Pepper Winters

And we’re finally halfway through the Indebted series… yaay?! <—– I’ll explain that later. But yes, this is book three of six and things are definitely not slowing down.


“I tried to play a game. I tried to wield deceit as perfectly as the Hawks. But when I thought I was winning, I wasn’t. Jethro isn’t what he seems—he’s the master of duplicity. However, I refuse to let him annihilate me further.”

Nila Weaver has grown from naïve seamstress to full-blown fighter. Every humdrum object is her arsenal, and sex…sex is her greatest weapon of all.
She’s paid the First Debt. She’ll probably pay more.
But she has no intention of letting the Hawks win.

Jethro Hawk has found more than a worthy adversary in Nila—he’s found the woman who could destroy him. There’s a fine line between hatred and love, and an even finer path between fear and respect.
The fate of his house rests on his shoulders, but no matter how much ice lives inside his heart, Nila flames too bright to be extinguished.

via Goodreads


How does this keep getting worse? I mean really the lashing wasn’t bad enough? Jeez are these Hawk’s insane or bored? I concur that they are both.

No seriously, the entire family is a little crazy. Especially Bonnie…

Well, for the most part, we see a lot of Kes being nice to Nila, Jethro trying to gain an upper hand on his “condition”, Nila and Jethro having a large amount of tense moments.

Okay, what are the tallies? I’ve already read this entire series and I still don’t see how the Hawks are any better than the Weavers. If anything, following the Debt Inheritance to this day and age makes them worse.

I don’t know, this series kind of pissed me off because who does this stuff. Anyway, there are plenty of plot twists that made it slightly easier to read. Well that, and Jethro & Nila’s blooming romance.

Well, dang that ending kind of made things more interesting. What happens next, well let’s find out.

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