Book Review: Debt by Nina G. Jones

*** WARNING! This book is for ADULTS only or may be unsuitable for people under 21 years of age due to sexual content, graphic violence, and/or mature themes. Reader discretion is highly advised. If you are easily offended, then this book is not for you and please do not continue. ***

Debt by Nina G. Jones

Series: Standalone
Release Date: November 30th 2014
Publisher: Self-published
Language: English
Print Length: 467 pages
Genres:  Dark, Erotica, Contemporary, Romance
Target Reader: Adult

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.


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.

118k words. Standalone. This is a dark book, with detailed adult/graphic content. 

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Review by Elle

Oh M fucking G! I didn’t know how to write this but DEBT is the DIRTIEST book I’ve read in my entire life. When I saw this book at first time on my timeline, I never liked it. Why? The cover is disturbing my eyes until now, but still I marked want-to-read on my GR. This book is not made for everyone and certainly not for the weak heart. I don’t want you to feel offended and I’ve promise you there is no rainbow, unicorn and fluffy stuffs. You will see EROTIC, DANGEROUS and WILD WILD sex. Romance? Not entirely. Curious for more?

Mia Tibbett is a normal girl who love her works at Alea’s adult toy company. When her BFF; Tiffany came to share the experience about her rape fantasy with hire a stranger, she feel disgusted yet intrigued. She chose to lose her mind with Tiff’s recommendation. When ‘the day’ has come, she felt so right yet so wrong. Did you get what I mean? *wriggle eyebrows*

“My dad used to warn me that the devil doesn’t have horns and a pitchfork, he’ll appear ast the most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen. He’ll make you laugh. He’ll make you feel good. You’ll do things you never thought you would, but he’ll tell you it’s okay. And before you know it, you’ve sold your soul to him. That’s how I know Tax is my devil.” ~MIA

Tax Draconi is a debt collector and come to destroy Mia’s life because she was last the last person on his list. Mia has no memory about the debt that Tax mentioned but he promise Mia will pay her debt soon. Tax has carrying the hatred for 14 years for what happened to him and his twin sister, Jude. Even Tax hate Mia for a longtime, he beginning to care for her on his ways. Tax is an anti-hero until the end. He never do nice things to get what he wants. RAWR!

“Because as soon as I leave after having you, I want you again. And then even when I have that, it’s not enough. When I see another man look at you the way I do, I want to kill him. I want to swallow you. I want to consume you. I want to possess you. I want you.” ~TAX

I have to go wild for the story. Well-written and it’s totally rocked my world (and bed). The dual POV between Mia and Tax that is really interesting. It begins with hate-love relationship between them, and the sex is UNQUESTIONABLE. Not your typical conventional sex. It was escalated to another level of DARK erotica. Honestly, I don’t feel any chemistry between them until the real problem lies between them. There is a past and present view which is makes me always wondering. I couldn’t stop devour this book. It felt nail right in the heart when everything was discovered. Debt leaves me breathless because Tax and Jude had really heart-breaking past. I don’t think Debt is like a normal HEA. Personally, I’m not saying the ending reach to a typical happiness. That’s why I can’t give 5 stars (beside the cover problem).

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