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Second Debt (Indebted Book 3) by [Winters, Pepper]
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Pepper Winters is a NYT and USA Today International Bestseller. She wears many roles. Some of them include writer, reader, sometimes wife. She loves dark, taboo stories that twist with your head. The more tortured the hero, the better, and she constantly thinks up ways to break and fix her characters. To receive Release Date alerts please go to: http://eepurl.com/120b5

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  • File Size: 2056 KB
  • Print Length: 262 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00SLXPJRC
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 119 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,252 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I had looked forward avidly to the release of this, the third instalment of the Indebted series, having enjoyed the first two parts. It disappoints me, therefore, that I could not give it more than three stars and I did think long and hard about it, seeing as all the other reviews are five stars. Firstly, let me say that I have read several of Pepper Winters' books and have loved them, Destroyed in particular, and I loved the concept for this series which started well. For me, this third part was too repetitive, rambling and insubstantial. Apart from the final chapter, it did little to move the story along apart from covering the second debt which I did not feel was enough to carry the whole book. There was far too much internal ramblings from Nila all along the same lines that we had heard in book two and still telling us that Jethro is not all he seems to be and she loves the hidden side of him. This was repeated in different ways throughout this instalment and dragged. It felt very much like a filler as the book is quite short and I feel that really this should have been edited more and rolled up into either book two or book four. It felt like a money spinner, and I know that these series are very fashionable at the moment but I believe that this book was a little overpriced for the brief addition to the story as a whole. Also, throughout the book we are constantly reminded that Jethro has a "condition" or "affliction" or "disease" and that it is a mystery. This was about as subtle as a child skipping around chanting "I've got a secret, I've got a secret!" and frankly about as irritating! We still were not told what was wrong with him by the end of this book.Read more ›
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I cannot express the trepidation that came over me when this title hit my kindle. Indebted shocked me, First debt scarred me, so I was vey nervous to tap the icon that would lead to the next part of this really amazing imaginative story. The books up to now have left me with more questions than answers and my fuzzled brain trying to imagine what the future held for debt inheritance and I was so stressed I couldn’t sleep and the book would manifest itself in my dreams.

After a good twenty four hours of my kindle talking to me like a devil on my shoulder saying ‘go on you know you can’t wait any longer’ I gave in and opened the book.

The book got going right from the start and left off pretty much from where First debt ended. As a reader I was flung straight into the emotions of Nila and her confusion for her feelings for Jethro, who wouldn’t given the circumstances and this quote grabbed me and it was in fact the only part I highlighted. I think it speaks volumes for Nila and her situation.

“This was about me. Me standing up for myself, and for a future I wanted, not a future already planned for me”

A shock discovery brings Nila to the present and it dawns on her of the enormity and reality of the debt inheritance and her part in it.

Jethro was the shocker for me in this book. He is really struggling with everything, his loyalty to his family, his feelings for Nila and I don’t think Jethro knows who he is and his place in his life. He has to control his feeling with pain and we learn a lot more about what makes him, him and I warmed to him a lot in this book and he truly is a tortured soul.
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After all the five star reviews this book got I feel a bit mean giving it 3 stars but I definitely feel I am being honest. As with another review I read I feel this book was padded out with to much self analysis and self talk just to make it long enough to pass for a book ( point in question it finishes at 95%), once it got to the part were interaction was taking place and to the second debt being paid the writing was great and you really felt the pain and emotional turmoil of Nila and Jethro. I will be downloading book 4 on its release but I feel that this series like some others I have read has been stretched out to make it into 4 books when it could have been completed in 3. Because of this I feel like I have been ripped off and disappointed also loosing interest in the storyline.
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By Abi on 9 Feb. 2015
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3.5 stars
I've read book 1 and 2, this one was really slow and didn't get interesting until about 50% so I was never in a hurry to finish it.
Once it did get interesting - it was interesting :)
I found that the female lead was much more frustrating in this book, she went from being strong and feisty to acting all lovey dovey and looking weak.
The ending was surprising and it leaves you wondering what on earth happened.

I do hope book 4 will be much better as at the moment i'm finding the series 'okay'.
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Second Debt

This series continues to surprise me, it is different and I have to say made me feel uncomfortable at parts.

My emotions at the treatment of Nila made me feel angry and sad for her. She has fire and spirit in her personality but there are times within this book where she loses that fire and finds herself failing to keep her positivity and plan to get out going.

The second debt is pretty brutal for me to read and apparently the debts get worse but I can’t deny that I don’t think I’ll be able to stop reading this series.

It is a testament to Pepper, how much this series makes me feel uncomfortable but at the same time I cant stop reading.
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