Friday, November 21, 2014

First Debt Blog Tour (Review+Excerpt+Giveaway)


Intense. That is the most accurate word I can use to describe First Debt. For those who have not read the first one, please read it. It's a dark novel, but it deals with powerful subjects. I was completely captivated by the whole series and can't wait for it to go on! It's one of those books that you just want to continue reading it until you finish. 

The story continues to revolve around Nila's enslavement to the Hawk family. Although there are dark moments, theres lighter moments, which balances the novel so that it won't be too overwhelming.  

This book deals with the rebirth of Nila. She has to learn how to deal with her situation without breaking. She's such a headstrong character in a horrible situation. Nila becomes such a force in this one! I can't wait to read more about her in the next installation! 

Jethro is an interesting man. He has so much responsibility on his shoulders, trying to make a Weaver pay the debt but he's not liking it. He doesn't like all the emotions Nila makes him feel. I want to hate him but I can't! I know there's more to his story and I need to know so I won't feel guilty about liking him! 

The next novel comes out January 2015! 

A small gasp fell from my lips as his fingers kissed the paper-thin skin. His eyes held me hostage. The golden brown was now a swirling bronze, raging with the same demanding hunger I knew reflected in mine.
“This sort of reminds me of the forest,” I whispered. “The trees around us—no one else.” My words fell like petals, waiting for Jethro to crush them beneath his glossy shoe.
But…he didn’t.
Tracing one hand from my wrist, along the inside of my arm, and right to my throat, he fisted my ponytail. With intensity that stripped my soul to the very essence of who I was, he pulled my head back slowly, sensually, full of sexual power.
His eyes dropped to my mouth. “I’ll let you in on a little secret, Ms. Weaver.”
I panted, my neck straining against his hold, but I made no move to break the poignant awareness.
“You won that night, but I lied when I said it pissed me off.” His mouth dropped, his tongue licked my bottom lip with the barest of grazes.

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