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Summary

He stole my hand, but I won’t let him steal my heart. 

On the worst day of my life, I was given away by my own blood. Sold to a handsome bad guy in exchange for my father’s debt. Easton Van Buren claimed me and locked me up in his mansion. That devilish man wanted more than just my body. 

So, I ran. 

But when a rich man’s prized possession escapes, he’ll do anything he can to get her back in his claws. Anything he can, to entice her heart to fall for him. And submit.

A Debt Repaid is the follow-up to the exciting dark billionaire alpha male romance novel A Debt Owed by The New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Clarissa Wild. This is the second book in The Debt Duet and the final installment.

Warning: This audiobook includes scenes that may be disturbing to some listeners.

©2019 Clarissa Wild (P)2019 Clarissa Wild

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Better than the first book in the series... barely

This instalment was better than the first, however there are holes in the already weak fledgling plot and it felt like the duet series could have easily been one book. The chemistry warms up some, but never sets a fire. I'm completely baffled as to when Easton fell for Charlotte and vice versa. Usually in the narrative, even if the characters are unaware, something happens that informs the reader things are shifting and feelings are growing.. however in this case it's the other way round.. I was the one saying 'huh?! When did that happen??'. All in all it requirements development.. plots, twists and characters.

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Twists and Turns Galore

I thoroughly enjoyed this second installment from Clarissa Wild. In fact I would say I enjoyed it more than the first book. The twists, the turns, the new characters, and the development of both Charlotte and Easton as individuals and together, it made for a very enjoyable read. There was times when my heart was in my mouth and times when I cried as I felt the pain. I don't want to give any spoilers, but I will say you do need to give this book a try you will not be disappointed. Kai and Wen did an absolutely amazing job narrating. I could listen to them all day.

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loved it

Dont know how to review this one apart from saying it was absolutely amazing , clarissa wild certainly knows how to right strong female characters who dont let those arrogant men get them down . Loved how Charlotte and Eastons story wrapped up it could not have ended any more perfectly then it did And easy 5 stars , I'd give it more if I could

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Talk about dragging it out!

Tease, tease, tease. It’s not only Charlotte whose frustrated! The book needs to get to the point quicker. Great narration though.

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Omg great finale!

A great ending, not what you would expect. Clarissa Wild you write a great story!!! Will definitely be looking out for more of your books!

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fantastic narration, twisted enemies to lovers

Ratings - narration 5, story 3.75 This book carried straight on from the end of A Debt Owed, which much be read first. Charlotte has escaped Easton's clutches but is alone and homeless without any money, when she meets the gorgeous Deion and his daughter Ashanti who offer her food and shelter. She's a feisty, strong character, determined to stay hidden but she does make some basic mistakes that lead to her discovery, but by someone else with sinister intentions. Deion was such a lovely guy, selfless, sweet and kind. I was hoping his caring attitude that helped Charlotte whilst wanting nothing in return and the way she reacted to him and Ashanti, might prompt Easton to realise he needed to do a bit of that to win Charlotte over. But no, Easton remained stubborn for so long, even though he kept thinking it. I wanted to shake him! I could see his good side trying to get out but his hatred of her father and quest for revenge was stronger than his love for Charlotte, until someone quite unexpected pointed out what he needed to do. Amen for that lightbulb love moment I was hoping for. Tbh Easton is an a-hole and probably always will be, but I did warm to him by the end. Have to say I'd still pick Deion despite Eastons alluring dominant side! I did enjoy this story, despite my frustrations with Easton. The narration of the audio book was outstanding. I loved the dual pov and the fact the narrators interacted in each chapter. There was dark suspense, a twisted conclusion, heat, chemistry and a slow burn enemies to lovers story. The narrators highlighted all the emotions brilliantly and I look forward to listening to them again and reading more of Clarissa Wild.

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Listened to whole book in one go.

I definitely preferred the second book in this duet. It had a storyline that kept me engaged. I struggle with crueler type behaviour, even when the people exposed to it supposedly like it. I don't find it attractive, however we did see a change in behaviour towards Charlotte in this book, plus a introduction of new characters which I enjoyed.

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Part 2 in a Duet

This was a really engaging story. This novel picked up immediately after Part 1, and went straight into the action. I enjoyed the main character Charlotte the most. She was an amazing and relatable woman existing in a difficult situation. Her spirit shone so bright. There was also another two characters: Dion and Ashanti, who I really warmed to. Easton however, is a much more difficult character to like. He was arrogant, selfish, rude and thoughtless. There were moments where I thought he might become insightful and self-aware, but no he really was always a bit of an idiot. I think I enjoyed the story because of these major character flaws, it made me chuckle or gasp on several occasion. I particularly enjoyed the ending of the novel as it did have a bit of a twist. Charlotte really was a lovely character, and Easton was a hopelessly flawed man. I thought the two narrators were excellent. Their style and voices absolutely matched the characters in my opinion. This audiobook is definitely worth a listen.

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Wow

This is unbelievably fantastic the twists and turns that this book went through are absolutely amazing. The book keeps you gripped in suspense until the very end. I loved the characters and how they evolved as their story unfolded. Amazing narration as always from these two. I just wish I could give it more stars

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awesome!

I absolutely loved this book. It was so dark and dirty. Perfect in every way. The way it ended rounded out the duet nicely. As always the duet narration by Kai and Wen was fantastic only adding to the story.

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  • Brenna
  • 25-03-20

Conflicted

I'm a bit conflicted on this one. The girl was stubborn and she fought to the point where it just wasn't amusing anymore. the drama was a bit rushed to me. The ending was rushed and I just felt the ending didnt quite match their personalities.

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  • DD22
  • 08-04-20

Great ending!!

Book 2 in this series. Loved it, very original cult type book with great characters. I read both books before I listened and WOW the narrative just brought it all to life.

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  • FantasyLandBlog
  • 12-03-20

Reviewed by Fantasy Land Blog

A Debt Repaid is the book (audio) two and so we get the same narrated people, Kai and Wen. We start right at the same moment that ended in book 1 and Charlotte is on the run from Easton. Easton has his people scouring the city to find his woman and will do anything and everything to find her. Charlotte has little knowledge of what is out there and thinks she can get help from her family, little does she know that there is more danger out there then if she had just stayed with Easton. I would recommend this duet to anyone that enjoys mystery, twists, and romance!

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  • Ann
  • 08-03-20

great performance!

I don't know why in the story they clear their throat a lot. kind of funny your like again somebody's clearing there throat uh umm uh umm and it was written in the story 😂 not the performer's .

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  • Pedsrn1988
  • 15-02-20

Beautiful Conclusion

The narrators Wen & Kai did a superb job of bringing this book to life. Their voices matched what I pictured of Easton and Charlotte. Their relationship is complex and angsty. I appreciated how strong Charlotte stayed despite what she experienced.

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  • IceWanda
  • 13-02-20

Stockholm syndrome!!!! Blah

Typical Stockholm syndrome. Unforgivable lines are crossed. Charlotte is the dumbest woman on the planet. Book contains torture, unwanted sex, murder, etc. and then.... HEA! wow! The narration is awesome. Kai and Wen did a great job. Best part about the book. I didn't really like book 1. I'm not sure why I listened to book 2. Blah

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  • Christine Stalker
  • 08-02-20

Amazing

Absolutely loved this story. Amazing chemistry awesome connection. Easton grows into an amazing strong complicated compassionate man. Charlotte is finally able to come to terms with all her confusing complicated feelings. What a great way to end an amazing love story. Loved the narrators.

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  • Angelia
  • 06-02-20

Amazing Adventure

Charlette and Easton had some major issues to overcome and in the end it's amazing

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  • Mom Seeks Smut
  • 14-01-20

Fantastic Enemies to Lovers

I absolutely devoured this entire duet. Book 2 I finished in one sitting. It was everything I love in a great mafia romance. Hero was raw, gritty, flawed and had the best redemptive qualities I could ever ask for. Book one left me hating the guy and hoping he can never get her back. Clarissa Wild’s writing had me on this fantastic rollercoaster of emotions. Where I loved her hero and heroine, I hated them and fell in love all over again. I read this book via audio and I can never say enough things about the amazing duo Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross together they pulled these characters right off the pages and made them real.

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  • AJ
  • 12-01-20

No sympathy

Great book however, I cannot feel sorry for Charlotte for she is so stupid and does not know what she wants. I don't believe she wants Freedom, she can't. At least not the way she's acting. The way her father is treating her he would have been sacrificed a long time ago. And then her dumbass going to allow him to make another video of them together. Really? She deserve everything is happening to her.

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