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***Warning***
This book is intended for Mature Audiences Only!
There's a LOT of F-bombs and other swear words. Very intense sexual situations (some Pegging, Mild CBT, and first time MM anal sex with a demon and his tail.)

Artisyn and Theodore’s relationship has always been a tumultuous one. Even up until his untimely demise. You’ve already experienced the aftermath, but do y
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Published October 31st 2014 by Khai L. Bayne
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Jai Brown
Dec 15, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Let me start off by saying that if you haven't read Indebted, my review will contain a slight spoiler.

If you don't like to read about poly relationships that include same sex relations, violence, blood and sex (sometimes at the same time), this series isn't for you. It contains extremely graphic content.

I love this series, I mean, I love it! I couldn't hardly put it down, I'm constantly doing the "one more chapter and then I'll go to sleep" thing but with this story it was more like "I only hav
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Cassandra-anne Delorie
Nov 10, 2014 rated it it was amazing
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
***Contains graphic sex, violence, and language. Not for young readers***

***Cassandra Delorie #NerdGirlLola’s Review***

This is Prequel/ Sequel to Indebted: A Sin from Ashes. This is not a stand alone and must be read in order.

So right off the bat I have a small problem with this. As you may have read in the synopsis it states that this book is about the events that led up to Indebted. What the synopsis doesn’t tell you is that a
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Fleur
Aug 31, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2017
This book actually worked really well as a prequel and sequel in one to the first book in the series. After how things left off in book one I had soo many questions and just didn't know what would happen next. We get to see what really happened to make Artisyn hate Theodore so much and geeze you have to feel sorry for both of them and where she is now and met new friends of hers. We also see how the others left behind try and deal with Artisyn leaving and how they have to lean on each other to h ...more
Darra Hulsart
Dec 17, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I can’t express my shock and awe for both books. Simply amazing. Khai pushed to the limit and more. I was enthralled with the characters, story, and well, the whole package.
I completely fell in love with Artisyn. By far, my favorite main character I have read. Which I have read more books than most people do in a decade. If there was one female that made me question my gender attraction, it would be her. Tingles in your tummy. I get why all men love her. Artisyn and her life she has lived is eno
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Christine
Dec 07, 2014 rated it really liked it
I enjoyed this book even more than the first one, the first half of the story is about what happened before book one and the second half of the book is about the present, where Artisyn is hiding and what the guys are doing to find her. There seems to be a new mystery and quite a few new characters that look like they could be a lot of fun. Again the book ends on a cliffhanger making me scratch my head wondering what is going?! I can't wait to read the next book in the series and see what will ha ...more
Lindsey Armstrong
Dec 19, 2014 rated it really liked it
At first I though this book was going to flash back to the beginning of when Artisyn joined up with Theodore when I starting reading it. I got a further along in the book and we jump ahead to present time when the first book ended. I think this was a really good idea by author to give us an idea what really all went on with Artisyn in her past. Artisyn is still fighting her feelings for all the men that she left behind thinking in her mind that she is protecting them when in reality she is hurti ...more
Malinda
Jan 05, 2015 rated it really liked it
Avarice: Sins of Sorrow is book 2 in the Indebted series. It reads as a prequel AND Sequel. I can not complain too much about this book. It was well written and the characters are just as well developed as they were in the first. The only problem I have is at some point the book switches to present day and picks up right where the last book leaves off. At that point I was a little confused but quickly figured out what was going on. Again lots of explicit language, sexual content, and violence. I ...more
Naomi Polovich
Dec 19, 2014 rated it it was amazing
The second book Avarice is the is prequel/sequel to the Indepted book. Both books have lots of explicit language, sexual content, and violence, and supernatural. If you are not that type of reader, these are not the books for you. But if you are ok with reading this type of materiel then these are great books to read. Both books kept you wanting to read more to finish the story to see what happens. Very intense.
Krys
Sep 11, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Omg! Omg! I hope the next one comes out soon! Loved it! Whew so hot! Great characters and story line! I am continuously surprised at what happens next! I cannot wait to read the next book!
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Growing up in a small town, Khai L. Bayne always had an over active imagination. The only girl in a family with two boys, many of her nights (and some days), were spent finding creative ways to pass the time. Reading soon found its way as the main outlet for the young Khai, but later that love spread to other avenues, such as poetry, and music.
The daughter of a long time “Trekkie” and “Sci-Fi Jun
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