Final Debt (Indebted, #6)

Final Debt (Indebted, #6)

by Pepper Winters

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BN ID: 2940152276206
Publisher: Pepper Winters
Publication date: 11/30/2015
Series: Indebted , #6
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 40,762
File size: 2 MB

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Final Debt (Indebted, #6) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this series but I am so happy it's over. I felt like the story dragged in the last couple books and I found myself skipping pages. Overall it was well told and very interesting not at all your typical romance.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Omg I Loved it every question I could have asked about the people in the book was answered
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There was a lot of arguing through the series, power plays, etc. It was dark yet somehow I bought all the books. I did skip through some pages due to some of the arguing and torture scenes....I'm glad that there was some happy endings or closure for the characters. I was sad about Kestrel.... overall, I liked the series enough to keep reading.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really enjoyed the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
While I thoroughly enjoyed the Debt series, the final book wasn't as good. Maybe the series did go on for too long, but the final book lacked the suspense. The reader knew who would win out, so it was just a matter of how. Sometimes less is more....
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Oh my, im not sure i can put into words the emotional roller coaster this entire series was, but most importantly this particular book. I was literally on the edge of my seat screaming and praying the bad guys would finally lose but again, they always seemed to be one step ahead. I was honestly uncertain how it all would really end and how there could be so much evil play out and still find a happy ending through it all. Its been a long time since i cried while reading a book but this book brought out the tears in full force, and not just for the good guys, to find redemption and forgiveness when surrounded by so much evil was simply amazing, heartbreaking, and perfect. Saying goodbye to some is never easy but this book has you smiling through tears yet wishing it could have ended differently for them. This series could not have been any better, what a ride!
JLLo More than 1 year ago
I loved the series, this one was a great wrap up of all the characters. It wasn't one of my favorites though. Well written, a little wordy and limited suspense. But still good.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this finale. I cried several times. Really ugly crying. Lol. The situation with Kes upset me more than anything else. It was so great to seebhow Nila and Jethro's love kept growing stronger and stronger. It was amazing how one touch from Nila could completely calm Jet and bring him peace. Their love for each other was overwelming. My heart was bursting with happiness the way everything worked out. Cut definitely got what e deserved though it was also heart wrenching. I highly recommend this book to everyone. It was so heartwarming to see Nila and Jethro get the HEA they most definitely deserved.
analiezel77 More than 1 year ago
Just when I was convinced that I have read it all, that isn’t so because Pepper Winter continues to surprise us with even more unexpected twists and turns in this sixth installment of this riveting series. The degree of creativity that she manages to embed into every facet of “Final Debt” is simply endless! There are multiple aspects of this book that stood out for me, the most important would be the unveiling all the mysteries behind the Weaver/Hawk Legacy – both from the present and the past. What was striking about this was how far the author took it. She not only tells us of the inexplicable hardship that Nila and Jethro are currently going through, but she also discloses the horrors that occur in previous generations. I appreciated that we were able to catch a glimpse of that world and in doing so proved just how much “history repeats itself.” Another thing great about the book was the character building. To say that both Nila and Jethro have been through it all is an understatement. They’ve been a part of so much depravity yet they never had the will to give up. They knew that as long as that the other still existed that there was always a way. The love and dedication that they had for each other was infallible. Nothing, not even death could separate them. Nila and Jethro were certainly fated to be until the very end. I do have to mention that these books aren’t for everyone. The entire series is dark, dark enough that I took much-needed breaks between chapters to process my thoughts and feelings. There were moments that it became too much – the debauchery too overwhelming and just when I wanted to give up something beautiful occurs. This is what kept me going. This is what kept me tethered to my seat. This is what made this story stand out. And this is why Pepper Winters will always be one of my favorite authors. She pushes the boundaries and never ever disappoints in delivering a magnificent story.
Sandy-thereadingcafe More than 1 year ago
FINAL DEBT is the sixth installment in Pepper Winters’s contemporary, adult INDEBTED dark, erotic, romantic suspense series focusing on a six hundred year old debt the Hawk family believes comes due with the first born Weaver daughter, and Nila Weaver is this generation’s payment. FINAL DEBT is the continuing story of Nila Weaver and Jethro Hawk as they struggle to break free of a dark and demonic cycle of torture and death. With each debt payment, a little more of Jet’s soul dies as he tries to free the woman with whom he has fallen in love. FINAL DEBT should not be read as a stand alone as too much information and backstory is revealed throughout the series. Told from several first person points of view, as well as memories from the past, from beyond the grave, and the thoughts of a dying man FINAL DEBT is the darkest installment of the series and begins immediately after the events of FOURTH DEBT wherein Nila is once again held captive by the Hawk family, on her way, to meet her end. While Jet and his brother Kes struggle for their lives, the Hawk family take Nila half way across the world to teach her about the debt that she owes and the history of the Hawk Diamond mines. FINAL DEBT and the INDEBTED series is a soul shattering experience; one that will leave the reader with pain, anger, heartbreak and fear that such a thing could happen in the modern world. Pepper Winters preys on your worst fears; the gut wrenching abuse, torture and panic that follows the threats and promises made by a mad man and his psychotic family. There is no freedom from the terror, the anticipation, and the suspense of the what-ifs and hows. At no point did I comprehend the deep seated vengeance and retaliation for something that happened so many years before, but the Hawk family had been born, bred and reared to understand the need for retribution and reprisal-it was ingrained into their DNA that wrath upon which each first born Weaver daughter would suffer. Pepper Winters reveals the backstory; the history of the Weaver debt-six hundred years of hatred, retribution and malevolence passed from one generation to the next such that the Hawk men craved justice and punishment for the sins of long ago. The sick and twisted focus directed at the Weaver women is in direct contrast to Jet’s love for the woman he once considered nothing more than a means to an end. The unimaginable becomes real; the deviant nature of the act is callous and cold. FINAL DEBT and the INDEBTED series is a controversial and arguably one of the darkest contemporary romance series I have read. The tension, suspense and intense storyline will destroy your soul then slowly begin to let it heal. In the end freedom comes at a cost; forgiveness brings with it a happily ever after; redemption is not an act of God but is administered by the blood of the first born child. I need something lighthearted to pick up the pieces of my anxious heart.
SOldfather More than 1 year ago
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.**
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I knew they would somehow make it! Wish there was another book to look forward to.