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First Debt Audiobook

First Debt: Indebted, Book 2

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"You say I'll never own you. 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. You do that, and I'll give you this."

Nila Weaver's family is indebted. Stolen, taken, and bound not by monsters but by an agreement written over 600 years ago, she has no way out.

She belongs to Jethro as much as she denies it.

Jethro Hawk's patience is running out. His inheritance gift tests, challenges, and surprises him - and not in good ways. He hasn't leashed her but he thinks he might've found a way to bind her forever.

Debts are mounting. Payment waiting.

©2014 Pepper Winters (P)2016 Pepper Winters

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    Ganelle 06-23-16
    Ganelle 06-23-16
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    "The narration is the best I've heard on Audible"

    Addictive, dark, tense. Not for everyone. The narration truly takes it over the top. I can't wait for the third book to release!

    4 of 5 people found this review helpful
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    Shelley Haase 07-07-17
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    "Book 2 is even more addictive!"

    First Debt is the second book in Pepper Winters' Indebted series. It picks up where book one left off, so it should definitely be read in order. For me this book was even better than the first. It shows you more of an insight into Jethro Hawk's life as well as Nila Weavers.

    For generations, the Hawks have been collecting the debt owed to them from the Weavers. What started out as cruelty of the Weavers towards the Hawks, turned into a generational debt only the first born Weaver can repay. The crimes the original Weaver family committed are now being sought as retribution for the acts that were committed against them. Mark for mark, tear for tear, each debt will be repaid, according to the Hawk matriarch, even if those that must follow it out are in just as much pain as the indebted!

    Pepper Winters ability to develop characters that delve deep into your heart is outstanding. As much as I don't want to like Jethro Hawk, the more I find myself feeling for him. The way she pulled me into this story and had me burning through the pages was incredible. I had to know what was going to happen next. Before I could even write this review, I had to start on book three. This series is that good!

    PS- Will Watt and Kylie C. Stewart do a phenomenal job of narrating this series. I actually purchased this series because I am a fan of Will Watt, but two books in and I am honestly a fan of all three of this incredible trifecta. The dynamic duo bring Pepper's world to life and I simply cannot get enough. Well done!!!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    KIDSFIRST81 05-08-17
    KIDSFIRST81 05-08-17 Member Since 2013
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    "Wow, even more questions as the debts play on..."
    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

    Yes, this series keeps getting better as the debts play out and there are more debts to come. The audio performance is great and writing is amazing.


    What other book might you compare First Debt to and why?

    They are similar styles to Tillie Cole's dark style of writing and also about a MC club but also very different all together. Tillie also has violence in her books so if you are used to that some of the storylines in this book are nothing compared to Tillie's books. I would also say they are similar to Penelope Sky's Button Series as they are about a debt but this one is much darker than that book series.


    What does Will M. Watt and Kylie C. Stewart bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    The vocal perfomaces bring life to the books that just reading the story from a page doesn't. Reading a book and hearing a book are two different things. When you hear a performance from Will and Kylie you can hear emotions and almost be brought into the storyline. It's like the story is being brought to life instead of just reading the book and turning the page.


    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Linda 09-23-16
    Linda 09-23-16
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    "CLIFFHANGER"

    I enjoyed the story but HATE the way the book ends. I understand that it's a series but is it to much for one book to finish an idea & start a new idea in the next book?

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    Sarah 10-03-17
    Sarah 10-03-17 Member Since 2017
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    "Amazing experience! Loved this book!"

    This series has been by far my favorite, and I've read/listened to many books. I've never experienced duet narration before and it just added to this amazing series.

    Sometimes in a story there'll be two narrators, both male and female. You'd think that the female would voice the female characters and the male would voice the male characters. (Not trying to sound sexist. It's just what we're used to hearing, with women often having higher voices and men often having lower ones.)
    So it gets kind of confusing when the female narrator voices both the male and female characters during the female character's pov, and when the male narrator voices both the male and female characters during the male character's pov. It gives each character two separate voices, that often sound so different, and it can be confusing.

    However, this series doesn't do that, and I'm eternally grateful for it. This has been my first experience with back and forth narration. Will M. Watt only voices the male characters and Kylie C. Stewart only voices the female ones. It makes for a great reading experience and it's much more clean cut and realistic. Pepper Winters did an excellent job on this series and the narrators brought it to life in my mind. You should definitely check this series out. <3

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
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    tenisha 07-24-17
    tenisha 07-24-17 Member Since 2014
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    "Who owes Who"

    Jethro is fighting what he is feeling, how long can he fight what he us feeling Thu whay he owes his family?

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    Isabel 07-05-17
    Isabel 07-05-17 Member Since 2016
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    So far I go from not being able to quit listening to being almost sick to my stomach. So we'll see what happens

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    Adam C Williams 06-27-17
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    "I just keep listening."

    I'm not sure why I keep listening. The male narrator sounds so Whiney when he shouldn't be. Ugh...

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    BirminghamReader 04-09-17
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    "Hot, great book, but..."

    This book is as good as the first, but I'm not sure I can handle 4 more books in this series. That's just too much, especially if there's more graphic cruelty ahead.

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    MRR 03-15-17
    MRR 03-15-17 Member Since 2016
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    "Frustrating"

    I inhaled book 1. Absolutely loved it. However, book 2 felt different. Instead of being in the head of a 29 year old man, I felt I was in the head of an 18 year old boy.

    And I realize this is just a story, but with the wealth the "Weaver's" have, why in the hell wouldn't they have done gender selection for birth?

    And I am still not to certain of the rules and legalities of their ancestral contract. I know this is probably my lawyer brain trying to make sense of this...but I feel as though I have missed an important factor. For instance, Nila's mom was not a first born Weaver; did the contract state that if no women children were born then the Hawks were to have the wife of the first born son? And if that's the case then why get married? I am wondering if the books have the contract written out so I could read and the audible version doesn't? Nevertheless I am moving right along to book 3.

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