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Start by marking “Debt Inheritance (Indebted, #1)” as Want to Read: Nila Weaver’s family is indebted. After finishing Tears of Tess, I put Pepper Winters novels on that list. Read "Debt Inheritance Indebted, #1" by Pepper Winters available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. New York Times, Wall. Editorial Reviews. Review. Oh, Holy CRAP!! All Hail Pepper Winters, Undisputed Queen of the Darkness. Yes, this is absolutely Vintage Pepper Winters - a.

She is no longer free. Jethro Hawk receives Nila as an inheritance present on his twenty-ninth birthday. He can do what he likes with her—nothing is out of bounds—she has to obey. There are no rules. Only payments. If I win—you willingly give me that right. You sign not only the debt agreement, but another—one that makes me your master until your last breath is taken. Stolen, taken, and bound not by monsters but by an agreement written over six hundred years ago, she has no way out. She belongs to Jethro as much as she denies it.

His inheritance gift tests, challenges, and surprises him—and not in good ways. Debts are mounting. Payment waiting.

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Every humdrum object is her arsenal, and sex…sex is her greatest weapon of all. But she has no intention of letting the Hawks win. The fate of his house rests on his shoulders, but no matter how much ice lives inside his heart, Nila flames too bright to be extinguished.

I loved the cliffhanger because it left me wanting MORE. I've become immune to cliffhangers for the most part because of all the books in that left the reader hanging for a year at a time. I use to go nuts waiting for the next book to come out in a series but now, if a cliffhanger is done well, I find it fun waiting not for a year between installments. It's like waiting for Christmas morning with all your friends for that book to hit your site.

Don't let the fact that this is a cliffhanger stop you from reading this book. You won't regret it. I can't promise no cliffhangers, but I can promise that when the series starts they will come often and be small book length not short episodes. The time is nigh to pay your debts. The debt - the maid costume - rich mc gang- the Weaver Wailer - the whole kit and caboodle was basically laughable. The only thing halfway interesting is who is Kite?

View all 74 comments. Yes, this is absolutely Vintage Pepper Winters — a darkly fascinating and compelling read that will have you hurtling through the pages and howling for more at the end.

It absolutely consumed me and I found it nigh on impossible to put down. Even after the first chapter I had chills and goosebumps and I knew I was in for a dark ride.

The hallmark of good dark erotica is to scare and shock you while turning you on, all at the same time and Debt Inheritance definitely does that with a couple of strong standout scenes that will appal you and yet completely entrance you. Our poor abused heroine is Nila Weaver, very much loved daughter and twin sister, brought up in the heart of an overprotective father and possessive twin brother, very much cocooned at the centre of her family with really only one sexual experience to talk of.

Turns out that all that freedom was nothing but an illusion for Nila. She was always indebted, always promised into a life of servitude long before she was born and never destined to pursue her glittering dreams at liberty.

Jethro comes to call in that debt and whisks her away from the glittering catwalk show in Milan to his secluded and isolated mansion in the heart of England where she will begin to pay off that debt.

Jethro was truly freaking terrifying. I kept looking for the spark of humanity, a little glimmer of the hero about him but there is none. Oh, Nila — where is your Q? Who will rescue you from this awful fate? I see no one here that can help her — Nila will have to save herself, if she is to be saved.

I loved the way she tried to keep her integrity intact all the while knowing that she must submit to their disgusting demands.

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Poor Nila — she has so much to endure through no fault of her own, paying off a centuries old debt, holding the fate of those she loves in her hands, fearing for their lives as well as her own. Are you listening Pepper?? This is a lightning storm of high quality dark erotica, both frightening and fascinating. This is Pepper Winters at her finest. View all 20 comments. Mar 18, Clumsy Storyteller rated it it was amazing Shelves: I preyed on her.

I owned her life and had the piece of paper to prove it. And my task….. View all 24 comments. But I freaking loved it!!! I have no patience for sweet.

This was war. And hell it felt good. My destiny was already written. My story began the night he came for me.

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View all 10 comments. And the debt? The first half of the book was hard getting into. Jethro going on and on and on! Second half was much better and it leads nicely into book 2. I found Jethro quite heartless, although I dont think his character was suppose to be likeable. Maybe Ive become immune to dark books but this one failed to shock me.

But it was a page turner. Also I dont think I will forget this cliffy anytime soon. ARC provided by the Author View all 54 comments. Your past has found you, and there will be no peace until she's ours" This story took my surprise in many ways.

I really don't know how much I like Jethro I like him for one moment and then I don't. That is one hot and cold hero and there are many many unanswered questions.

I am hoping that they all connect in next book. What is it about A girl paying her debts not hers directly but her generations.

Everything is pretty much mysterious. STEAM It was mild but you can feel the heat I am really looking forward for the next book as there are so many parts that simply doesn't make sense at all. If you are looking forward for an adventure, try this. But if you are not a fan of cliffhangers, then sometimes for you to consider. View all 31 comments. Was it Nila's inner compliance to follow Jethro? Jethro's calm demeanor in spite of his prey's "bad" attitude? The Hawk's men way to remain cryptic while expecting her to understand it all?

Her blind acceptance of the rules? Or is it just me, that find Dark erotica to be laughable sometimes? I don't know for sure, but I'm still very curious to see where Pepper Winters wants to go with this.

She did such a brilliant job with Jethro's character, I found myself drawn to him against my will. Will I read the next in this series? Just to witness the shattering of the cold man?

I breathed hard, even now struggling to find my beloved coldness. I needed an icy shower. I need to teach her a fucking lesson - that's what I need.

View all 45 comments. Sep 04, Jen rated it liked it Shelves: This was an ok read for me. I am hopeful that as the story continues, the more that it will grab my attention. So far I am not feeling any warm fuzzies as far as the hero goes..

I keep wanting to yell at her to just obey and take the easy road. She is a fighter though, and it is somewhat nice to see her finding her strength through this adversity she is faced with. I have to say that I am intrigued with the brothers too, I just know there is way more This was an ok read for me. I have to say that I am intrigued with the brothers too, I just know there is way more to this story that has been told, so again; I think as the books continue the more I think I will be into everything that is going on!!!

I have always enjoyed Pepper Winters writing, so I am quite positive this is going to reach out and grab me soon! View all 27 comments.

Mar 18, Vishous marked it as to-read Shelves: View 2 comments. Jun 03, Aleatha Romig rated it it was amazing Shelves: Serious Book hangover!!!! Pepper Winters is officially my hero. I was immediately drawn in to the world of Nila and Jethro. Winters does and damn, she does it well. I found myself drawn to Jethro in a way that is wrong by everything that's on the surface. However, as we all know, there is much more to Pepper Winter's characters than what is on the surface.

And the story! The suspense is real and intense. I can't wait to learn more about these charac Serious Book hangover!!!!

I can't wait to learn more about these characters. All I can say is if you enjoy pushing the limits, if you enjoy the dark side, stop reading my review and one click immediately! You will not be disappointed! View all 7 comments. Maybe I don't really know what to say about this one except that it didn't really fulfill my expectations for it as far as the premise goes.

I don't feel like the reasons for "the debt" were very clearly and plausibly explained and I just don't download Nila going along with it the way she did. Also, the whole view spoiler [Kite thing? Super weird. I don't see the purpose of it and I just don't see that happening IRL. Anyhow, hopefully all of this will be explaine 2. Anyhow, hopefully all of this will be explained in number two.

Hold on tight. He 4 WTF stars Find an anchor. Cold and cruel, there is no warmth in his eyes, he knows whats due to him and there is nothing anyone can do to stop it. He knows the game he has to play, after all in the end he is the winner, so might as well sit back and enjoy the ride. Nila Death was coming. A sex starved woman, who is surrounded by over-protective men.

Her father and brother never let her have fun and enjoy, so what makes Jethro different, why would her father turn her care over to him??? Curiosity killed the cat, and no matter how hard she tries, she is trapped into a world she knows nothing of. A sought after fashion designer one day and the next a lady in waiting, a servant to a monster.

Nila's sext buddy, nothing personal just some fun and release. He's proven to be an ass, but at least it's her who chose him and not someone she is forced to play nice with. A stupid secret crush. With a stranger no less. Nila gets the short end of the stick being the first born daughter in her family, betrayed and left at the mercy of the Jethro, she has no choice but to do what ever they say or else risk the lives of those she loves most.

I can't say more than what I have already said, it is one of those stories your just going to have to go in and read for your self, come to your own conclusions. As much as I was fighting with the book, I was so intrigued by it, I kept on just to see what happens next.

Sad to say this isn't a stand alone, leaving off on a cliff hanger with the second book no where in sight. The writing is engrossing, but I wish we got more out of this first book, it revolved around the debt itself and as we read through the agreement, there were still unanswered questions as to what happened all those years ago to warrant such a punishment.

I got to sit back and wait patiently for the next book to get my answers, fingers crossed it's coming real soon! View all 41 comments.

I took me a while to collect my thoughts about this one. It was just so twisted and dark, and it had me completely enthralled.

After much consideration, I know that I did like this one. Sure, there were parts I raised my eyebrow at, but for the most part it was really good in weird way.

And my task………devour her. She is shown sharing some dirty text with Kite I didn't know what to make out of her. She's been sheltered, and both her Father and Brother always keep an eye on her, meaning she has no dating life. Yet, here she is texting a man that texted her by mistake one day.

Those texts were definitely really interesting.

Nila is ready to kind of become her own person. She loves her family but would like them to be a bit less overbearing.

But it turns out that everything she had thought about her family was a big lie. Jethro Hawk comes from a very important family. They have connections to people in high places. He is wealthy, arrogant, confident, and cold. The time has come for him to finally receive his family inheritance.

But it isn't like anything you can imagine. He is inheriting a woman, that woman is Nila and she has to pay his family her family's debt. I was never unique; someone had lived my life many times before, never free, never whole. My life was never mine. I honestly don't know how that whole inheritance thing can still be legal after so many freaking years. It just does not seem possible. I really loved the twisted story even if it was all messed up.

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But, there were times Nila did become a tad bit annoying. I just feel like she could have made better decisions. Jethro on the other hand, scared the living crap out of me, in fact, his whole family does. There is this whole scene that made skin just craw so bad. I know this is totally wrong to say, but, I am waiting to see how evil Jethro can be, not that he wasn't pretty bad already. But, because so far he had been pretty patient with Nila despite all his warning of punishments.

So, I can't wait to see what happens in the next book. Right now, I don't like Jethro, because all of the things he let happen, so, I also can't wait and see how this story develops and if he will be able to redeem himself. Overall, it was a really great start to this twisted tale. Thank you!! I swear, normally, I can kind of jest where the author is going to go with their stories but with this one everything is totally up in the air for me.

Jethro Hawk is a force to be reckoned with and poor Nila Weaver is just a pawn to his game and pleasure after a centuries debt made her his to do with as he desires. What will be the outcome of all of this? What dark twisted secrets still lurk in the shadows? And what more could be in store for both Jethro and Nila? A very complex, intriguing, and suspenseful read with a heroine you want to cheer on and protect; as well as a dangerous, unrelenting, enigma of a man that will make you wonder where his true agenda lies and how much further he will push the limit with our protagonist.

Let it be known readers that read is not for the light of heart and that nothing is out of the running when it comes to how far Ms. Winters will go to throw a raw, powerful, and edgy statement that will leave you speechless and in awe!! Fabulous job Pepper!! This book was a gem!! View all 14 comments. My prince was the villain. There was nothing romantic or erotic about this story. Weaver and Hawk. Debtor and debtee. Your past I truly was Cinderella, only my prince threw away the glass slipper and stole me away before midnight struck.

Her social life is limited to her twin brother, Vaughn, and her father, who insist on sheltering her from everything in the outside world. But then Jethro Hawk comes Jethro Hawk is the year-old heir of a very powerful family, in the diamond business.

Jethro has now come of age to get the family inheritance. And more importantly, he has come of age to collect his debt and claim what has always been his: Nila was a little annoying at first, with all her childish whining and constant complaining about not being able to date because of her brother and father. I mean, WTF woman, you are 24 years old!

We get it! You have vertigo, okay! But after her meta-morphosis from "Naughty nun" to "Needle" I loved the way she stood up for herself against these vile men, that try to beat her down. She is a fighter and is definitely tougher than she seems. You better watch out Jethro, you asshole! I have one word to describe Jethro: He is cruel and ruthless, unaffected by other people's emotions. He has no sense of humanity, empathy or right in him. I don't think there is anything redeemable with him.

He is a true monster. Oh yes, I would enjoy ruining Nila, because I liked breaking things. They are unacceptable and unforgivable. I wanted to strangle the life out of him throughout the book.


I'm not kidding. I hated him and hated his family even more. I wish the worst for these people!

I kept waiting to see the "light" in Jethro, shadowed by the dark, but it never came. He simply has no light in him. Only dark. She had to learn that the day granted hope and happiness, but I stole it. She had to face that the night hid evil and darkness, but my soul was blacker.

Best thing about the book was the mysterious "Kite". Seriously, I loved it! Even when he went full asshole, it didn't bother me.

But who is he really?

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Is he in any way related to the Hawk family? Can he be the "hero" Nila desperately needs? I think view spoiler [ Kite is the 3rd and youngest Hawk brother, Kestrel. I would be shocked if I turned out to be wrong about this. This was a good introduction to one of the darkest series I've ever read. I didn't love it, obviously, but I am still intrigued with the originality of the plot. Pepper Winters sure knows how to produce complex storylines! I am really curious and have a million questions about Bryan, Daniel and Kestrel Hawk, along with all their "men".

Also about the Hawk sister. Oh and also about Nila's mother. Also about Kite. Oh, oh, I almost forgot about the whole debt mess! I really need answers And the cliffhanger The only question is, will she accept?

And of all the women in the world, he asks me. Been there. Done that. Hated him forever. What would you do for twenty million dollars?

Marry the man who broke your heart? Or run far, far away? Sin was a nightmare waiting to happen. One dangerous kiss changed everything, catapulting me into a war between the two.

Only Jon, his omega best friend, can save him and bring him home again.Thus, our design does not account for some aspects that are typically associated with public debt, but which are not essential for the core decision described above.

Mulai dari. Emma Hart. While the young prefer lower debt and lower pension payment, the old prefer the opposite. Thus, in a democratic setting in which voters decide on the extent of debt and deficit, this literature shows that individual preferences play a decisive role for the public debt policy implemented.

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