Debt Inheritance (Indebted) (Volume 1)

Debt Inheritance (Indebted) (Volume 1)

Debt Inheritance (Indebted) (Volume 1)

“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 birt

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3 thoughts on “Debt Inheritance (Indebted) (Volume 1)

  1. Eliza "ESH13"
    106 of 110 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Misogyny, continued, November 20, 2014
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    Eliza “ESH13″ (Windom, MN) –

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    I love dark romance, fantasy, horror, the whole nine yards. This book, however, I hated. Simply put, it’s all about rape. At no point in time does the main female character have a willing sexual encounter with anyone in the book. Technically there isn’t any actual penetration, but there are sexual acts and all of them are done through coercion. If the main female character doesn’t do whatever she is told to do her entire family will be killed.

    Rape is not sexy. It’s not hot, it’s not fun, it’s not a happy place. It’s ugly, painful, and a scar your soul carried for all time. There is no way to fall in love with your rapists, abuser, or someone who threatens to kill everyone you’ve ever loved.

    This book is not dark, it sets evil as an example of being acceptable. Evil is never okay, never excusable, never justified.

    As far as writing goes, it’s merely okay. The stretches of logic are a bit too much to be believed. The idea that an internationally famous designer can just disappear is crazy at best. Sure, there can be excuses but gossip rags love a scandal and will hunt it down again during a slow ‘news” week. An estate that is hundred of hectares large that no one knows about/ Maybe in Wyoming, but not in the UK.

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  2. Cyn S.
    117 of 124 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Beyond twisted, absolutely no romance!, October 1, 2014
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    Cyn S.

    I read Debt Inheritance in the anthology Captured. I enjoyed most of the books until I reached this one. I won’t go into the story line, several other one star reviews already do that. I suggest you read them before spending your money on this book. How this book ended up in a romance anthology I can’t for the life of me figure out. There was ABSOLUTELY NO, AND I MEAN NO romance. I understand dark but this is a sick and twisted book that doesn’t even have the decency to end. The anthology didn’t state it was part of a series.
    You know there is something wrong with a “romance” book when you are hoping and praying that the “Hero” dies a horrible, painful death along with the rest of his evil family. There is nothing the author can do to redeem the Hero. Well, maybe if he helps the heroine escape and then kills himself and the rest of his family/”club”. He is truly, truly disgusting and vile.
    I read a lot. In the last 10 years I have read over 2500 books/novellas. This one gets the dubious honor of being the WORST book I have EVER read and I have read some bad ones. Pepper Winters is going on my DO NOT BUY list. I only have 3 other authors on it. Consider yourself warned!!!

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  3. sdunn
    69 of 74 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    SPOILERS***SPOILERS***SPOILERS***, January 6, 2015
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    sdunn

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    The story is about a young woman Nila Weaver who is captured by Jethro Hawk and abused by multiple people associated with the Hawk family as penance for a 600 year old vendetta.There is a contract that was signed by her ancestors promising the first born daughter from each generation of Weavers to the Hawk family to be sacrificed to save the Weaver family. Ummm okaaay. Personally I’d meticulously plan and execute the grizzly deaths of the entire Hawk clan before I’d hand over my kid, or die trying. Oh and Jethro’s father abused, degraded and finally murdered her mother years earlier taking her away from her young children, Nila and her twin brother. And yet her weak, pathetic father willingly sends her to this fate to save his own ass. Even knowing Nila’s ultimate fate Jethro has no problem with any of this. The icing is that she is “helplessly” attracted to him. She is to be tortured, starved and sexually assaulted until she breaks and then released through death by beheading. I cannot imagine a less sexy scenario than this one.

    The antihero here has not a single kind thought about the plight of this woman. Sure he wants to be the one who abuses her first, but even that possessiveness is rank. He slaps her for vomiting on his shoes out of fear and disgust at what is expected of her. His elderly father licks her privates and he just stands there pissed at her because she isn’t meek enough. He threatens her, never offers a morsel of food the entire book, and stands by watching as a gang of men lick and violate her as she serves them lunch naked.

    It’s not that I am so against the content of the book. It was the horrible way it was presented. Like any court would uphold a barbaric contract from 600 years ago, which is his threat to keep her in line. Besides the fact that he will “slaughter” her brother and dad if she doesn’t comply with her own torture and murder. Supposedly no one will save her, no one will care.The anti-heroine is just an idiot if you ask me.Through all this she gets wet from his continued abuse and wants to sleep with him. What kind of twisted mind would actually be attracted to someone who treated her the way he did. It was just so completely evil there is absolutely NO WAY Jethro could ever be a book boyfriend and that’s what I read these books for in the first place, to achieve some sort of vicarious thrill from them. I was absolutely repelled by Jethro (who I refuse to call a hero here) he was vile, disgusting and nonredeemable.

    Although I can already see it coming in future installments that Jethro will likely fall in love with Nila and spare her, I do not see how she could ever forgive him or his family. After all, he hates her in this book for the fact that her ancestors did 600 years ago and yet she will likely forgive him after his father murdered her mother because her body “craves” him. Whatever. Can you say weak and pathetic? At the cliffhanger he insists she run through acres and acres of dense forest trying to escape, while naked and starved as he hunts her like an animal. Claiming if she makes it out she gets her freedom. Oh yeah he’s real sexy. I would chew glass and chase it with dog saliva before I would suffer through book two. Blech!! There is a place for this book and it’s in the horror section. You know, the books about rape, torture and eventual snuff, where you wouldn’t expect to identify or derive any sort of sexual or romantic stimulation from reading it. I does NOT belong in the romance or erotica section because there is nothing erotic or romantic about this story. Finally, what’s up with all the 5 stars? You. Have. Got. To. Be. Kidding. Me. If the readers downloaded as a horror story I could imagine it, but are these the same readers of the usual dark romances? I just want you to know before you buy it that it’s nothing like most books in this genre, it’s sadistic, disgusting and completely lacks and human decency. You’ve been warned.

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