Third Debt by Pepper Winters

I honestly didn’t know how bad this series was going to get. But along with all that bad, there’s also good. Which is why Indebted #4, i.e. this novel, will forever be at the bottom of my least favorite books. Let’s begin.

Synopsis

Fourth Book in the New York Times Bestselling Indebted Series.

“She healed me. She broke me. I set her free. But we are in this together. We will end this together. The rules of this ancient game can’t be broken.”

Nila Weaver no longer recognises herself. She’s left her lover, her courage, and her promise. Two debts down. Too many to go.

Jethro Hawk no longer recognises himself. He’s embraced what he always ran from, and now faces punishment far greater than he feared.

It’s almost time. It’s demanding to be paid.

The Third Debt will be the ultimate test…

via Goodreads

Review

So, the Jethro and Nila’s story is definitely starting to move way faster than it has in the first three novels in this series. A very dark series at that. But honestly, other than the Final Debt, which is alluded to OFTEN, the Third Debt that are making her pay is the absolute worst.

It’s really, really bad. But Jethro and Kes form a plan. How much that backfired, well that’s why this is definitely my least favorite novel, like ever. I mean things were going great for her, like why did that have to happen.

Honestly, the ending actually made me gasp. I almost stopped reading the series because of this, but I figured there was a reason for the last two novels. But damn it, seriously can’t these characters get a break? Like ever?

And poor Jasmine. I’m curious as to how she ended up in the chair, but now her poor brothers.

What really sucked is that now Nila is stuck with two of the worst from the Hawk family. Ugh WHY DOES EVERYTHING HAVE TO BE SO COMPLICATED???? What will happen next? Well let’s find out.

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