Debt ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Debt by Nina G. Jones

My rating: 5 of 5 stars.

I don’t know what I was thinking when I hired someone to attack me. Maybe I was bored, or lonely, or there was a void so deep inside of me that I needed something explosive to fill it.

It was supposed to be safe. A thrill. A way to break through the monotony of everyday life. It was an illusion of danger that I could walk away from as soon as it was over.

Except that it wasn’t. Because I had been in danger long before I ever invited it into my life.

* * *

My mission is almost complete. The bubbling boil of vengeance that heats my blood might finally simmer.

She is the last piece of the puzzle. Once I destroy her, everyone who ever hurt me will have paid their debt.

It was supposed to be quick and easy, but as soon as I met her it got complicated.

Very complicated.

DEBT is a standalone novel and NOT part of a series. 118k words. Caution: Adult/graphic content that may be difficult for some readers.


Intense and Passionate!

The chemistry between the two main characters in this book was crazy hot. It began with Tax wanting revenge against Mia for something that happened many years ago, he plans to kill her. She and a friend who both have kinky rough sex fantasies hear about a website that stages fake rape role play scenarios with hot men. But Tax steps in and Mia thinks he is the guy from the site.

From then on, their encounters are all just as steamy and filled with craziness, but also mystery because she finds out that she owes him a debt for something, but he won’t tell her what it is. She doesn’t recognize him or his name and can’t think of anything bad she has ever purposely done, so she is baffled.

“This is what Tax has turned me into: a crazed woman who follows a man around. But I have been left with no choice. If I just let him go, the question of why Tax came and went will linger in my mind for as long as I live. Oh my god, I’m like that astronaut who wore a diaper to drive across the country to find her lover.”

The story goes back and forth between their encounters and the past where it slowly shows how they originally met and what occurred. The story is good, it builds to a tipping point very slowly and drops pretty dramatically.


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