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Second Debt (Indebted Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
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'.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Interesting story and well written. The flow of the debt story is managed in a convincing way. I look forward to reading the rest. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rowena Readalot
Was a bit late with my review... Can't fault this whole series, each book had me long for more. Gripped hook line and sinker 😈Published 5 months ago by Siouxsie sioux
Nila and Jethro's story is beyond complicated and it is so electrifying.As the debts are collected Nila gains more insight into Jethro's life,at least she thinks she does. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Monique Lomino
*** Before you read this book or my review you need to have read “Debt Inheritance” & “First Debt”, which are books #1 & #2 of Pepper Winter’s “Indebted” Series. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Julie Ball
Simply a disgusting book.
Don't know how I've lasted to No3 - perhaps somehow the dark side spoke to me but in this book I've reached the "utterly disgusted... Read more