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Final Debt (Indebted) (Volume 6) Paperback – November 30, 2015
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"Pepper's books are thrilling, romantic and oh-so-sexy!" ~ Bella Andre, #1 bestselling author of The Sullivans series
"Final Debt is a masterpiece, the perfect compilation to the amazing Indebted series. I couldn't put it down until I finished the final word!" ~Aleatha Romig New York Times and USA Today bestselling author.
- Spectacular, phenomenal and outstanding are words that just don't seem enough when it comes to describing this work of art, because that's exactly what this was for me... a work of art. 5 Stars--Hopeless Romantic Book Blog
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“So much had happened. So much pain and debts and death. But this. A simple kiss in simple coffee shop in a simple world. This made it all worth it. This made it all priceless.”
Final Debt is finally here. The wait is over. As soon as this book hit my kindle, I dropped everything I was doing and dove into this story. I have been waiting on pins and needles to get my hands on this book. To say that I devoured this book is a complete and utter understatement. I was up three hours earlier than I normally would be on a Sunday, just to read this book. I could not put it down. The story and the words just consuming me. And let me tell you, it was worth every moment of lost sleep. As I sit here typing up this review, I am tired. I am exhausted. I am emotionally spent; completely drained. And it was worth every second.
What can I say about Final Debt? Final Debt was everything and more. Final Debt is exciting, intense and utterly captivating. You will be taken for the best ride yet. Your questions will be answered, and secrets will be revealed; some will shock and surprise you. Your jaw will be tired from clenching it with every suspenseful moment. You will be on the edge of your seat waiting, just waiting to see how this will all play out in the end. You will be filled with love, hope and anger; never knowing which emotion will be your next. Your mind will be blown.
I am so sad that this story has come to an end, but what a crazy, wild ride it’s been. Pepper Winters has continuously blown me away with this series; with each book being better than the last one. What she has given me here is an intense, gripping story with a very satisfying ending. Pepper Winters has taken me on the most incredible journey. She has taken me outside my normal little happy box of reading and has made fall in love with characters that I never thought I would. She has made me live and experience a world I never knew existed and one I know I will never forget.
*I was provided an ARC copy of this book via TRSOR Promotions, in exchange for an honest review*
A good thirty to fifty percent of the book is the dialogue, mindless rutting, extreme violence, and revelations that we've mostly figured out. It wasn't necessary to hear from Bonnie or Mabel, both evil and seriously sick and psychotic women. The saying "For every good man... Same for women. The only thing that moved me was Kes, letting himself go and God rest it. I did care to know was what happened to Jasmine as well. The rest we'd already mostly figured out.
I was appalled that Jethro expects Nila to continue to wear the halo of doom around her neck for life and she wants to. Between that and the bloody bracelet and ring made out of a diamonds representing a long line of blood and sacrifice, she should have felt weighted down by horrifying disgust. Even I wanted to throw up. What does Jethro want to do? Rut again. It's not even romantic anymore and carries a lack of respect for the emotions behind the story.
Personally with what was revealed, I think Tex and Cut should have squared off and both died. I think the only ones that should have been left was Kes, Jaz, and Vaughn. When the others passed, that is when Kes should have awakened. I kind of despised even Jethro and Nila by the end for their ignorance and one-minded selfishness. Asked for my money back on the epilogue because I'm sure I can't stomach it. Two stars is for the time the writer invested in the mess.
Sorry I wasted my time and money.