New York Times, Wall Street Journal & USA Today Bestselling Dark Romance Series.
"I own you. I have the piece of paper to prove it. It's undeniable and unbreakable. You belong to me until you've paid off your debts."
Nila Weaver's family is indebted. Being the first born daughter, her life is forfeit to the first born son of the Hawks to pay for sins of ancestors past. The dark ages might have come and gone, but debts never leave. She has no choice in the matter.
She is no longer free.
Jethro Hawk receives Nila as an inheritance present on his twenty-ninth birthday. Her life is his until she's paid off a debt that's centuries old. He can do what he likes with her—nothing is out of bounds—she has to obey.
There are no rules. Only payments.
A modern day Dark Erotic Romance
Advance Reviews: A perfect modern day romance with a vintage, old world twist, bikers, alphas, and a debt that takes too much.
Another great one but...
This is another great book by pepper winters. I was excited to see the second installment was out. When I went to purchase it I realized it was going to be a series of 6 total books. I think most stories could be completed in 2-3 and most start to drag even then. I think I am going to wait and see how reviews go before committing to the rest of the series.
I've just finished reading 'debt inheritance', and am in shock.
I am shocked that this book could in any way be classified as a romance. While I'll allow that as part of a series, romance could later enter the equation, this book contains none. It would better be classified as a violent thriller, depicting crimes against humanity. A young woman is ripped from the brink of success to be kidnapped, brutalized, molested, infantilized, threatened with violent gang rape (which is something to look forward to in the next installation), and years of torture followed by eventual murder.
There are women in the world today who undergo such horrific treatment. Most visibly at the hands of sex traffickers, drug cartels (and their local counterparts), and various rebel groups in West Africa.
I am shocked that a publisher would put their name on a piece of filth like this. The author has gone too far. If the protagonist had been given a choice in the matter, or was into rape scenarios, this story wouldn't be so unforgivable.
Please don’t waste time or money on this garbage fire of a book!!!