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Book Review A Debt Owed by Clarissa Wild

A Debt Owed (The Debt Duet #1) - Clarissa Wild


Let's start off by saying this was one suspenseful read full of tons of chemistry.
We have to say we really enjoyed the characters both good and bad. Omg ! I hate cliffhangers!Note this book ends on a whooping one !
This was one of those stories that kept you on edge the entire time because you never new what was going to happen next.Charlotte was a captive and married to a monster because she was given to that monster to pay her father's debt. Charlotte want's to free of him and free from her family and will do anything to make that happen as she has never known freedom even when she was within her family as they always held the reins.What happens when you attracted to your captor and don't want to be? "Can you say chemistry off the charts.".....
Charlotte we found her to be determined,brave,clever and willing to best her captor at his own games.
Easton - We found to be a complicated character because for one minute you think the man has a heart the next minute he has you questioning your own sanity why you ever thought he had a heart in the first place.We found him to be clever ,played tons of mind games,sexy in that cocky bad boy way and was deadly as sin and is all about ownership.


Overall the story kept you engrossed in the pages and turning them the entire time .The story was dark and edgy and was filled with a ton of chemistry but, due to those circumstances it felt all wrong yet, was super hot and electrifying."Let's just say we loved that the player got played!"