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First Debt (Indebted Book 2) by [Winters, Pepper]
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This is such a devilishlyenigmatic series which is constantly playing with my mind.  Steeped in mystery, eroticism and andintrigue, this really is Pepper Winters, Queen of the Darkness, at her finest. 5 Stars, BecsGlass

In one word, Pepper Winters is a genius! 5 Stars, Goodreads Reviewer

I'm going to start withsaying that Pepper Winters is one amazing author. And if you haven't read herbooks yet, then you're missing out on some outstanding stories. Her booksnever, and I mean NEVER disappoint.  5 Stars, Goodreads Reviewer

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  • File Size: 2133 KB
  • Print Length: 274 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: November 12, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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While better than the first installment, this was a lot of pages, a lot of angsty prose, without a lot of story. Jethro has been morphed from unsympathetic psychopath into a guy who is good somewhere inside (so this can eventually have an HEA), but has to behave badly because his daddy is making him do it. Hmm. He's 30, has access to fabulous wealth, but still can't figure out a way around his dad? I'm sure there is an underlying reason waiting to be revealed, but with 250ish pages, surely we should know more about Jethro...and the debt... and well, everything.

Nila is more sympathetic in this book. She seems to have undergone a personality transplant based on 24 hours of degradation. She has decided to be obstinate, and she feels powerful when she pushes back. She has decided to use her girl power (read sex) to get herself out of her jam. Not unreasonable, but there were musings in the book about previous Weavers who actually seemed to fall in love with their captor and none of them appear to have survived - so why she thinks this time will result in a different outcome is beyond me. There is too much time spent in "come here, go away" and inner musings over having sex and exchange of power between her and Jethro. This book could have been a lot shorter and tighter without all the back and forth.

Then there's the plot. There is still no explanation for why the Weavers haven't just called in Interpol to solve this problem. After all, Vaughn's future daughter will be next if they don't stop the madness. As with the first book, there is no world building, so the premise of accepting this debt remains a huge flaw. How long should the reader wait to understand the context upon which the key premise is built? And really, nothing much happened.
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Lord I hope there are only 3 debts before the final debt! So is this another marketing ploy to write superfluously describing endless details and emoting all over the place to extend the word count so that you can take what should be a few chapters and turn it into a novel length book? I mean a novel length book generally indicates a novel length amount of lot movement has actually taken place, right?

I read the first book, wasn't thrilled that it ended before things even got started. But I should have realized I wanted to know what happened in book 2 because I saw interesting things developing, not because they had already developed. So now I've just finished book 2 and while yes they have developed, it sure as hell is taking a long damn time to get there.

This book dragged, on and on and on. So much superfluousness and so little plot it bored me and I found myself skimming the mind numbing rehashing mind talk, the droning on of setting the mood, the endless explanations of how Nila or Jet felt. However, in the back ground a few interesting things happened and the I devoured the last 5 or so pages without skimming a single word.

Let me say that again, the book bored me and I skimmed almost every page until the last 5 or so pages. If you haven't already read the first book, I don't recommend you do so. If you have and are wondering if you should purchase this book, I still don't recommend you do so. I suggest you wait until the whole series completes then buy the bundle and that way you can skim to your heart's content to get the meal of the story without having to spend time on garnishes and lettuce!
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First Debt (Indebted #2)
By: Pepper Winters
5/5 stars

At the end of book 1, Debt Inheritance, Jethro had just given Nila the opportunity to run for her life and if she could make it to the property border, she would earn her freedom and a time limit before he would hunt her down. She chose to run. This book picks up at that exact spot.

Nila is still trying to come to terms with her new life and what it means and entails. She also learns more about the Debt Inheritance and what she will be going through and the Six Debts that she will have to pay to the Hawks family for what her ancestors did to the Hawks ancestors. She also evolves as a person, becoming stronger than the girl who did everything her father wanted her to do and who was always protected by her brother. Nila learns about herself when she is put into a tough situation where she has no other choice but to be strong.

Jethro has been raised his entire life to have a cold demeanor and frozen heart. The coldness has been trained, engrained and beaten into him for many years, possibly for his entire life. It has been something that he has been successful at pulling off, until Nila starts to melt his icy layers. Jethro knows that both of their immediate futures depend on his ability to remain aloof and to complete the Debts to his father’s approval otherwise he will lose control over Nila.

The interactions between Jethro & Nila grow to become more than just between slave and master or captive and captor. It is something that both of them have troubles understanding. As much as Nila hates Jethro’s icy personality, when he lets her see between the cracks, she knows that he’s hiding his true self.
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