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Loved every titillating bit!! Wonderfully written...Beautifully spoken...Actors did and amazing job...Cant wait until all books are released on audible💕Make it sooner rather than later*
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Let me start by saying that the Indebted Series is one of my favorites and I have visuals for Nila and Jethro and wasn't sure what I would think about this book on audio. Well Will Watt and Kylie Stewart are amazing! Immediately I was captivated by Jethro and enthralled by Nila and as they spoke I needed more just like when I was reading it. They both grasped Pepper's words and you became lost in the world of the Hawks & the Weavers and the Debt Inheritance begins. I highly recommend.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful
Jethro isn't a nice man. Nyla hates him, but she hates the way her body reacts to him more.
I didn't warm to Jethro at all in this first book in The Indebted series but look forward to listening to book 2 and hopefully changing my mind about him.
I've read a lot of mixed reviews about this series, and after devouring Monsters in the Dark, I wanted to get lost in more of Pepper's addictive writing.
Jethro is a complicated character... and I'll admit, he's a character I've struggled to like in this book. I've also struggled a little with the basis of the story - I've questioned a lot of things while reading this book and have been left sometimes feeling like maybe... it's going too far. At these times I remind myself - it's fiction. It wouldn't actually happen, but it makes for an interesting storyline, and let's be honest, there are stories out there that are more unbelievable.
I read one review that hated the ending... personally, I loved it, and it was partly the reason I downloaded the rest when I finished this.
This series won't be to everyone's taste, and if you've read Pepper before, you'll already know she loves to write taboo.
Will does an amazing job at portraying Jethro, I could listen to him all day long. He just has a way of making you completely believe the story.
Go in with an open mind, remember it's fiction, and you'll enjoy it.
The story was good but very long winded, it took a very long time and didn’t tell much. The narrators were irritating with their fake English accents, would have been much better to actually have English people narrating.
You know those books riding the borders of scoff worthy and terrible so hard. But then they make a second one which you have to listen to because even though you know better, a small part of you inside that still believes in impossible things, is holding onto the hope that the next book will make it all make sense somehow ?.
First up if your into protagonists with any redeemable qualities AT ALL, this is not your bag girlfriend. Secondly, if that wasn't enough of a turn off for you, the male narrator deadset sounds like a David Walliams Little Britain character trying to talk husky which is about as sexy as listening to your grandad narrate for you.
So those are the pitfalls before we've even touched on the ludicrous storyline. And sometimes a ludicrous storyline just works. But this reads like some posh horsey socialites wet dream. And I think we can all attest that sometimes our fantasies don't always make sense and it doesn't lessen the sensuality for yourself but may leave anyone else wondering "Jesus what goes on in her head".
The female narrators accent is strange and all over the place which constantly pulls your focus from what you are reading and the whole thing is more long winded than the father of a bride speech at a wedding.
I guess my point is I will be filing part 2 under 'incredibly, irreparably bored and using a free credit'. I would encourage the same for others.