Book 6, Indebted
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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?
All Books Are Full Length of 300 Pages or More.
There is also a BONUS BOOK called INDEBTED EPILOGUE available to read as a surprise release now.
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5⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Amazing Stars!!
This series has been one hell of an emotional roller coaster. Every time I would have hope, it was then shattered to pieces, and then that hope would build back up again just to be taken away...over and over again. There was so much pain both Jethro and Nila had to endure during the Debt Inheritance but there love held them together. The writing was brilliant and everything describes so perfectly that you could feel it, see it, smell it. This is now my top 2 favorite series ever!
Magnificent ending to the Indebted series!
How do you condense feelings for an entire series in to one review? I knew the finale would be a roller coast ride. Pepper didn’t hold back. She gave us a proper ending to this rich tale, but didn’t make it easy along the way. The story twisted, turned and righted itself in typical Pepper fashion. I cried, smiled, raged and gasped as I read. I was wrung out, shaken, elated, soothed and utterly exhausted by the end of the book. This was not a series to simply close the book and walk away. It was timeless, gripping and engrained in my mind. I was sad to see it end, but I know I can re-visit Nila and Jethro over and over again.
**I received this book as an ARC in exchange for an honest review.**
Too Much Filler
I love this series but this book was repetitive with the story and I found myself scanning ahead and not missing anything.