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    Book Hangover ... Yes more pls

    Of course with any of Pepper Winters' books I go through my stages of book hangover. AWESTRUCK, ANGRY, SAD, PISSED, LOVE and then CALM. But she has really outdid herself on this one. I can't even begin say how much I am looking forward to the final debt with Nila and Jethro but honestly I never want this ride to end.

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    Sweet agony!

    I'm gutted...again. Pepper Winters took me apart piece by piece, page by page, and barely put me back together by the end of the book. She didn't spare anyone, let one Nila, Jethro, and the rest of the Weavers and Hawks. The only ones to enjoy themselves were Bonnie, Cut, and Daniel. I can't even type their names without shuddering. I know what I'm reading is not real, but that doesn't lessen my desire to reach into my e-reader and strangle them with my bare hands. I wanted the suffering of so many to end, and yet I couldn't force myself to stop reading and put the book down. I had to know what happened next. Nothing could stop me, not the fear in my chest or my anxious nerves. The Weaver and Hawk Saga is still such a mystery. Each debt has revealed something but with the massive shake up in the hierarchy of power and control, things have changed. With each new revelation, Nila is left with more questions as am I. She and I may have learned about Emma, her mother, but the questions raised about Jethro's mother and uncle have been left unanswered. The mention of a past couple bonded by and in the debt was also a small peek into what might be coming for her. Nila Weaver has an almost unbelievable will. She has been through so much and goes through so much in this book and yet she has limitless wells of strength. She relies on her different emotions to get her through the gauntlet she's facing. I admire her so much. The beauty and challenge of talking about this book is not revealing anything that could ruin the reading experiences for others. It's one that you've got to read to find out how it'll effect you. As someone who has repeatedly professed to not love dark romance with violence and mind games, I've become a huge fan of this series and Pepper Winters. It's become a not-so-secret addiction. I'm so invested in this story I couldn't stop even if I wanted to. Pepper is the queen of cliffhangers. I'm once again on tenterhooks about what will happen to Nila from this point on. Hope is such a precious thing and hers seems to be dwindling. Waiting as it always is going to be such sweet agony.

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    Fourth Debt

    Amazing! Couldn't put this book down. Dark and twisted love story. Can't wait to read the final installment!

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    Fourth Debt is a must read!

    Pepper Winters has done it again. It leaves you crying, shaking your head and holding your breath all at the same time as your heart is breaking. You actually FEEL these characters. Hard to imagine as the ancestors went before Nila what they endured trying to find a way out of the final debt. Pepper Winters is a unique writer and never disappoints. Worth reading many times. Cheering on Jethro and Nila for a final happy ending!

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