Monday, July 18, 2016

Debt by Jessica Gadziala

by Jessica Gadziala

My rating: 5 stars

Publication Date: July 5, 2016
Publisher: Jessica Gadziala
ISBN-10: 1534890076
ISBN-13: 978-1534890077
Genre: Dark Romantic Erotica
Print Length: 306 pages
Available from: Amazon
I was just supposed to be helping my father settle his debt, work out a payment plan, set things right.

Little did I know that cold, calculating, dangerous Byron St. James didn't want his money back. Oh, no. He wanted me as payment...

* This is a 'jerk who redeems himself' story. Make no mistake, our hero IS a jerk for a good part of this book. If that isn't your thing, this may not be the title for you.

Debt by Jessica Gadziala

DebtReady to RELAX into some great reading? Forget it! Jessica Gadziala, with her HUGE gift for storytelling pushed almost every single button I had. Debt is described as a “jerk who redeems himself“ story, but wait! There’s MORE, a LOT more!

Prue has given up living to attempt to fix her father’s gambling addiction, pay off debts, get her dad help, but the loveable guy just can’t dig himself out and now he has hit the jackpot, not the jackpot of winnings, but of Debt and payment in full is due. His life or his daughter’s services, yep, really. (Button One has been pushed)

Byron St. James, casino owner, mega-rich and twisted, seems to have Prue in a bind and she knows it. Prue agrees to be his Girl Friday and endures the menial tasks, degradation and skimpy outfit he forces her to wear with more grace and poise then I could have. (Button Two is ignited)

The next level of Hell Jessica takes us to is when Prue becomes a sexual toy for Byron at his whim and command. (Yep, Button Three is sounding the alarms.) The only thing that saved my Kindle from taking a flight into a wall was the background story, NOT that it will redeem Byron so far, but his methods and madness are keeping Button Four from going off, yet, but it does.

Jessica Gadziala writes without fear of reactions from her readers. This woman puts it out there and gives us an anti-hero that is completely hateable and a heroine who has more, um, “guts” than any high testosterone guy. I was positively riveted to each page, even the ones that were smolderingly hot. The dialogue is priceless, the attitudes run high and once again Jessica Gadziala has turned out another gem of a read. Not for the faint of heart, not for those who cannot open their minds and read between the lines, there is a tale of love for a parent, and the potential for huge change in the characters, certainly for the better as facades are dropped and there is a light at the end of the tunnel! Good thing, too, I was crawling out of my skin, screaming this is wrong on so many levels! (But, yes, I kept reading;) )!

I received this copy from Jessica Gadziala in exchange for my honest review.


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