Indebted Epilogue by Pepper Winters

Thank goodness for this epilogue, otherwise I may have been beside myself just because I wanted to know what happened after the end of Final Debt.

Synopsis

New York Times, Wall Street Journal, & USA Today Bestselling Dark Romance Series.

INDEBTED EPILOGUE is a bonus book to be read after:
Debt Inheritance
First Debt
Second Debt
Third Debt
Fourth Debt
Final Debt

“Life after death…love after debts…is it possible after so much pain?”

No information will be given so no spoilers are slipped, but if you enjoyed the Indebted Series, you’ll want to read this final edition.

-via Goodreads

Review

What I really enjoyed about this epilogue is that it doesn’t just stay in one time. It does several time jumps and switches narrators. It’s actually pretty cool.

There’s a wedding, and children, and more talk of the future. Nila’s family is slowly getting used to her being with Jethro, and the long-lost sister is finally found.

So this wasn’t really much of a novel. It was more like a quick short story or novella. Definitely a quick read. And it had so many endearing moments I was in heaven.

There isn’t much more to say unless you want spoilers. I hope you enjoyed the Indebted series.

And with that I will take my leave.

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Final Debt by Pepper Winters

Another ending…sigh. But at least it totally ended the way any good romance novel should. With a H.E.A.

Synopsis

The Last Book in the New York Times Bestselling Dark Romance Series. Where love tries to triumph and darkness continues to reign….

“I’m in love with her, but it might not be enough to stop her from becoming the latest victim of the Debt Inheritance. I know who I am now. I know what I must do. We will be together—I just hope it’s on Earth rather than in heaven.”

It all comes down to this.

Love versus life.

Debts versus death.

Who will win?

Sixth Book in the New York Times Bestselling Indebted Series.

-via Goodreads.

Review

Oh my god! Stuff really went down. There was so much drama I don’t even know where to start. But I will say this though, it ended happily. The only reason mention this at all is because I’ve read some romance series where it doesn’t end happily. *sigh*

So in case you missed it, Cut, Daniel and Bonnie have taken Nila to Africa, shortly after Jethro and Jasmine had already made a plan. And therein lies the problem. The plan was meant to occur in England now they have to improvise.

And, oh my, one person dies at Nila’s hand, another has a heart attack, and the last dies at Jethro’s hand, but that’s a story for later.

Well what occurs first is that Cut and Daniel try to redo the Third Debt. Guess that didn’t work out so well. In fact, someone ends up being fed to the lions. Only in Africa I suppose.

After that shit hits the fan and things just start happening. A car accident, someone is tortured and Nila is taken back to the Hawk estate. Now what’s a girl supposed to do? See, I wasn’t lying when I said stuff happened.

Somehow Jethro makes just in time to stop the final debt from being paid. And thank goodness for that, that would have been too graphic for me, yeesh.

After that things seem to fall into place and it leads us to our H.E.A.. Apparently, there’s an epilogue. I’m gonna go read that now while I figure out what I’m going to do next with all these feels.

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Fourth Debt by Pepper Winters

Almost done with this series. So many twist and turns, I’m looking forward to the ending of this series.

*DO NOT READ IF YOU HAVE NOT READ Third Debt. This contains spoilers from that novel*

Synopsis

Fifth Book in the New York Times Bestselling Series.

“We’d won. We’d cut through the lies and treachery and promised an alliance that would free us both. But even as we won, we lost. We didn’t see what was coming. We didn’t know we had to plan a resurrection.” 

Nila Weaver fell in love. She gifted her entire soul to a man she believed was worthy. And in the process, she destroyed herself. Three debts paid, the fourth only days away. The Debt Inheritance has almost claimed another victim.

Jethro Hawk fell in love. He let down his walls to a woman he believed was his cure. For a moment, he was free. But then he paid the ultimate price.

There is no more love. Only war. Hope is dead. Now, there is only death all around them.

**Only suitable for Dark Romance lovers.

via Goodreads

Review

How the hell am I supposed to get over the shooting that happened at the end of book four? By finding out that the characters aren’t fucking dead, that’s how. Goddamn, these authors love to mess with our hearts.

But goddamn it, this was the best thing to happen. Oh my god, Jasmine is kind of insane. How the hell did she come up with such a plan. And damn, she tricked everyone. If that was her faking, I really don’t want to be on her bad side.

Bonnie, Daniel, and Cut have gotten worse. Obviously, they’re pissed about not having actually completed the Third Debt. They’re bastards and monsters, that’s the best way to describe them. But damn. Jasmine was smart to use Vaughn and Flaw to save her brothers, otherwise this would have ended poorly for everyone involved.

Okay, I’m glad that Nila and Jethro have their moment, but like goddamn why did he not stay in the hospital and fully recuperate? Ah yes, it’s not as interesting. And Bonnie and the two left tricking Jasmine, so not cool. I mean at the very least they didn’t try to redo the Third Debt just yet, but still the Fourth Debt nearly broke Nila.

And now a trip to another country, I’m sorry what? Jethro, Nila, Flaw, and Jasmine literally just made a plan. And now it’s too late. What happens next? Let’s go find out.

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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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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.

Synopsis

“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.

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Review

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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First Debt by Pepper Winters

This is the second novel in the Indebted series and it only gets crazier from Debt Inheritance.

Synopsis

“You say I’ll never own you. If I win—you willingly give me that right. You sign not only the debt agreement, but another—one that makes me your master until your last breath is taken. You do that, and I’ll give you this.”

Nila Weaver’s family is indebted. Stolen, taken, and bound not by monsters but by an agreement written over six hundred years ago, she has no way out.

She belongs to Jethro as much as she denies it.

Jethro Hawk’s patience is running out. His inheritance gift tests, challenges, and surprises him—and not in good ways. He hasn’t leashed her but he thinks he might’ve found a way to bind her forever.

Debts are mounting. Payment waiting.

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Review

So we learn more about the so-called Debt Inheritance. And it’s very dark. How do they not realize that they’re basically doing the same thing Nila’s ancestors did.

Nila is definitely growing as a character. When she’s first introduced, she seems almost meek and complacent. Now she is starting to stand up for herself. And she believes that she can actually end this horrible thing.

Jethro is having a hard time coping with being close to Nila. And there’s something else, he has a condition that he is trying to gain control of, but it seems that Nila makes things difficult.

These two are constantly arguing, half the time I’m frustrated with their argument and the other half I’m like “why don’t you just kiss already?!” We also get to see a budding  friendship with Jethro’s brother, Kestrel, a.k.a. Kes. I’m still confused as to who Kite007 is.

Did I mention that Jethro’s youngest brother and his father are kind of awful, because they are. Honestly the whole situation is kind of horrendous. I believe we also meet Jasmine, the only sister Jethro has. She doesn’t seem so bad.

And when the first debt is paid, it’s harsh, how was that the easiest? Honestly, the only thing keeping me from stopping this series is how Jethro and Nila’s relationship will change. As of right now, they’re just debtor and debtee.

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Debt Inheritance by Pepper Winters

 

I’ve had this on my Kindle for a while. I only just now decided to read this novel and I’m starting to become addicted.

Synopsis

“I own you. I have the piece of paper to prove it. It’s undeniable and unbreakable. You belong to me until you’ve paid off your debts.” 

Nila Weaver’s family is indebted. Being the first born daughter, her life is forfeit to the first born son of the Hawks to pay for sins of ancestors past. The dark ages might have come and gone, but debts never leave. She has no choice in the matter.

She is no longer free.

Jethro Hawk receives Nila as an inheritance present on his twenty-ninth birthday. Her life is his until she’s paid off a debt that’s centuries old. He can do what he likes with her—nothing is out of bounds—she has to obey.

There are no rules. Only payments.

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Review

I am so confused! This whole thing is kind of crazy. I was going through this in because I was trying to figure out what was going on.

So this is a whole series based on a feud that happened like 6 centuries before this story starts. And I also get the feeling that this will also be a Romeo and Juliet type of situation.

And some of what happens in this is kind of scandalizing. Who the heck does this kind of stuff? And man these characters are dark. And there’s already a few characters that are easily disliked.

But man the sexual tension between the two main characters is off the charts. Like yes, you’re frustrated, but chill man.

And honestly Jethro, or Jet, is a huge enigma. Who is this Kite007 that Nila keeps messaging.

This is honestly a mystery wrapped into a  romance novel that just leaves me begging for more

Hope you enjoy

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