Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Review: Debt by Nina G. Jones

Debt by Nina G. Jones
Excerpt

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. 

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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.


Genre

Contemporary

Review

This book is fucking intense. From the prologue to the ending, I'm glue to the pages wanting to find out what the fuck is happening and the author dangle the carrot in front of me till the end. What a tease!

Mia, the heroine, mistaken her would-be murderer for her rapist-for-hire. There is so much wrong with that statement. Poor woman just wanted to live up her fantasy, instead she got more than she bargain for. After finding out that the man who broke into her home and end up being the greatest fuck of her life isn't the one she hired for, she freaked the fuck out. The worst thing is, he turn out to be her new boss. Fuckity fuck!

Tax Draconi is out for vengeance. He wants to make Mia pay for what she did to him and his twin sister fourteen years ago. I knew is something extremely awful that scarred them for life, but I don't know what is Mia role in it. That woman is practically a Mother Theresa when she's out from the bedroom. 

Tax is a sadistic bastard who blackmailed Mia and fuck her all over. He degrades her and humiliate her. The funny things is she can't stop herself from enjoying his brand of sexual aggression. These couple remind me so much of Jameson Kane and Tate O' Shea from The Kane Trilogy. He love talking absolute filth to her and they have awesome rough/hateful sex. In fact, now that I recall, they have sex every time they meet up, but it just doesn't get old. There is so much passion between these two people who supposed to hate each other.

"-he's a psycho stalker on some personal vendetta to fuck me to death."

Mia is a bit of a perfect heroine. A woman who is so giving and able to see good in everyone including her blackmailer cum abusive lover. No matter how much Tax humiliate or degrade her, she still want to humanize him, reach out to him and break down his walls. 

I think some might be weirded out with the tampon scene, but I felt that one little scene should not make me enjoy this book any less. "Do you think a little blood scares me?" Nope.

Tax did a lot of awful things on his path for vengeance to the people who wrong him and ruined his life. When Mia find out the truth, will their relationship sustain all the death and heartache?

It been a long time since a read a book that is so full of sex, yet having a gripping plot that left me guessing from the start till the end. Is full of passion and emotion and at times a tad dramatic. But this shit is fucking intense. I think the only thing that can make is even better is with an epilogue few years down the road. That will be perfect.

Rating 5/5

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