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Summary

New York Times, Wall Street Journal, & USA Today best-selling dark romance series.

Indebted Epilogue is a bonus book to be listened to after:

  • Debt Inheritance
  • First Debt
  • Second Debt
  • Third Debt
  • Fourth Debt
  • Final Debt

"Life after death...love after debts...is it possible after so much pain?"

No information will be given so no spoilers are slipped, but if you enjoyed the Indebted series, you'll want to hear this final edition.

©2015,2016,2017 Pepper Winters (P)2017 Pepper Winters

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  • Sarah
  • 03-10-17

In love! Couldn't stop listening!

This series has been by far my favorite, and I've read/listened to many books. I've never experienced duet narration before and it just added to this amazing series.

Sometimes in a story there'll be two narrators, both male and female. You'd think that the female would voice the female characters and the male would voice the male characters. (Not trying to sound sexist. It's just what we're used to hearing, with women often having higher voices and men often having lower ones.)
So it gets kind of confusing when the female narrator voices both the male and female characters during the female character's pov, and when the male narrator voices both the male and female characters during the male character's pov. It gives each character two separate voices that often sound so different and it can be confusing.

However, this series doesn't do that, and I'm eternally grateful for it. This has been my first experience with back and forth narration. Will M. Watt only voices the male characters and Kylie C. Stewart only voices the female ones. It makes for a great reading experience and it's much more clean cut and realistic. Pepper Winters did an excellent job on this series and the narrators brought it to life in my mind. You should definitely check this series out. <3

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  • Irene M
  • 03-12-17

life at last

I loved this epilogue to this series. The happiness, life, and love that Nila and Jethro were finally allowed to find and express was a perfect ending. All the loose ends are tied. My favorite part in this was when Jethro tells his children a bed time story.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 15-05-18

Simply beautiful

I absolutely loved this epilogue. if you've read/lustened to all the other books, then you need to read this one too.

The happily ever after was just too complicated for the last book. I loved how forgiveness and redemption took years for the Hawks and Weavers, but it was oh so sweet. It was so worth the pain.

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  • P. Tyler
  • 06-04-18

Awesome Love Story

I absolutely Loved it! The entire series made me feel every range of emotions but it left me satiated and with closure. Both Narrators are amazing and I could listen to them over again.