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Dark Debt: A Chicagoland Vampires Novel [Kindle Edition]

Chloe Neill
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Praise for the Chicagoland Vampire novels

“These books are wonderful entertainment.”—#1 New York Times Bestselling Author Charlaine Harris

“A strong-minded, sharp-witted heroine who will appeal to fans of Charlaine Harris’s Sookie Stackhouse series and Laurell K. Hamilton’s Anita Blake.”—Library Journal

“A refreshing take on urban fantasy.”—Publishers Weekly

“If you loved Nancy Drew but always wished she was an undead, sword-wielding badass, Merit is your kind of girl.”—Geek Monthly

Kurzbeschreibung

A vampire never gets old. But neither do his enemies. When a figure from Ethan's dark past makes a splashy debut in Chicago, Merit and her Master don't know whether he's friend or foe. But they'll have to figure out soon, because trouble is brewing in the Windy City.

At an exclusive society soiree attended by the upper echelons of the human and supernatural worlds, Merit and Ethan barely stop the assassination of a guest. When the target turns out to be a shady businessman with a criminal edge, Merit suspects a human vendetta. But the assassins have fangs....

The connections to Chicago's Houses go deeper than Merit knows, and even one wrong move could be her last....

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 1703 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 395 Seiten
  • Verlag: NAL (3. März 2015)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00KWG9NJQ
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Chicago wird von Ethans Vergangenheit eingeholt... 23. März 2015
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
Ich mag diese Reihe um die Chicagoland Vampires von Chloe Neill wirklich sehr. Sie hat mich von Anfang an gefesselt. Aber ich muss sagen, nach allen Höhen und Tiefen, die die Leser schon mit Ethan und Merit mitgemacht haben, ist dieser Band doch der bisher beste der Reihe.

Zum Inhalt:

Ein Vampir wird niemals alt. Aber seine Feinde auch nicht. Als eine dubiose Person aus Ethans dunkler Vergangenheit einen furiosen Auftritt in Chicago hinlegt, wissen Merit und ihr Master nicht, ob er Freund oder Feind ist. Aber sie müssen es schnell herausfinden, denn Ärger braut sich mal wieder über der Windy City zusammen.

Auf einer exklusiven Abendveranstaltung der Reichen und Schönen der menschlichen und übernatürlichen Gesellschaft Chicagos, können Merit und Ethan gerade noch den Mord an einem Gast verhindern. Nachdem sie herausfanden, dass das Ziel ein, in kriminelle Machenschaften verwickelter, windiger Geschäftsmann ist, vermutet Merit einen menschlichen Rachefeldzug. Aber die Mörder haben Fangzähne....

Die Verbindungen zu den Häusern Chicagos gehen tiefer als Merit denkt und jeder falsche Schritt könnte ihr letzter sein....

Meine Meinung:

Ethans Schöpfer Balthasar betritt das Parkett- wie schon im letzten Band angekündigt- er ist nicht nur am Leben, sondern auch viel mächtiger als Ethan und Merit vermutet hätten, er durchbricht mühelos jede Barriere, die Merit bisher vor den psychischen Vampirangriffen geschützt haben. Sie ist in großer Gefahr und das macht Ethan eine Höllenangst. Dieser Band gibt dem Leser viel tiefere Einblicke vor allem in Ethans Gefühlswelt, was mal eine erfreuliche Abwechslung ist.
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Von Mina
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Note: this is the 11th installment of the “Chicagoland Vampires” series and not really a good place to start getting into it all. I recommend to start at the beginning and stop reading here.

Review
I’m amazed if an author manages to write book after book in a series and instead of it getting stale, the plot and the cast of characters become ever better with each installment. This is exactly what Chloe Neill achieves with this series: Merit, Ethan and their relationship, the vampire Houses, the supernatural world in a slightly alternate Chicago and the overall wonderful combination of character development and action and general “kick-assery” - they all come together nicely.

So “Dark Debt” starts out pretty scary right from the beginning. As feared in the last book, some really vicious, twisted and regrettably powerful character from Ethan’s past shows up in Chicago and is up to no good. Which is an understatement. He came to stay and wreak havoc. But as usual for Merit and her friends, there isn’t just one battle to fight, but many at once. So besides finding some angle against über-villain number one, the houses have to unite to solve a tangled up crime scheme that connects some mobsters with one of the houses and threatens its very core.

And both cases are artfully done and each is intriguing in its own right – I wanted to know, who was behind the mob, the threats and the blackmail against House Navarre and I just as much was keen on reading about Ethan, Merit and the “Ombuddies” finding ways to defeat their current nemesis. And when the tangled web is finally visible and all brought to an satisfyingly wrapped up end, I appreciated the pieces falling into place.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Slowly losing my interest 3. März 2015
Von Total Book Geek - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
I feel that I only read this book because I'm invested in the series. Reading the previous ten books, means I can't stop now. Each time though I expect something more exciting will happen. It's like watching the eighth season of one of your favourite tv-show, the creativity was high in the first few seasons but by now the quality has dropped. Now don't get me wrong, Dark Debt was still very well written, and the plot was well thought out, but to me it still feels repetitive.

Trouble is once again brewing in Chicago. Seriously how many problems can there be in one year of being a vampire. By now I actually wouldn't mind reading about the daily life of Merit, without someone trying to kill her or Ethan. Just to get an idea of what that would entail.

Someone shady from Ethan's past is drawing too much negative attention and needs to be dealt with. Meanwhile one of Chicago's elite is causing a whole lot of other trouble, that needs some further exploring. The usual team is on it of course and as always they are great detectives. This time there was no trouble between Merit and Ethan, so that was certainly refreshing.

As always I will continue following this series. I do still love the characters, the little bits of humor here and there, the solving of the mysteries and vampires on their own are pretty cool. Like I said in my previous review, I'm still waiting for something really big to happen to pique my full interest again. Die hard fans of the series, will of course love this book and if you're a supernatural I always recommend giving this series a chance.

*I received a copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Methan and Morgan make Dark Debt INCREDIBLE 3. März 2015
Von Krista @ Krista's Dust Jacket - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
I love the direction that Chloe Neill has taken her Chicagoland Vampires series. After eleven books, you have to expect the characters to grow and change as they go through different experiences together. And, yet, I always see glimpses of the characters they were in book 1 shining through from time to time. Which is fortunate, because I fell in love with Merit, Ethan, Mallory and the gang from the very beginning.

Ethan is freaking out - in his very controlled Ethan way - because it appears his maker Balthasar is back from the dead. And, he. Is. Pissed. As if a centuries-old cranky vampire isn't enough, now Ethan and Cadogan has a major criminal enterprise gunning for them after they step in to help out Morgan. Just another day at the office.

Let's face it. I read this series because... METHAN. Ethan and Merit are one of my favorite bookish couples of all time. Especially now that they seem to have finally found their groove. The drama in the Chicagoland Vampires books no longer come from Ethan and Merit's on again, off again relationship. The drama now comes entirely from the situations developing around them as their world continues to adapt to the realization that supernatural beings are real.

Although relationship drama is good sometimes, to be honest, I'm really liking the lack of it in this series now. The various people and organizations out there vying to take down Cadogan House cause enough danger and peril that I get to read about Ethan in uber-protective mode when it comes to Merit, which is SO much better. Protective, concerned alpha male Ethan is so hot.

Just when Ethan and Merit have conquered the GP debacle and Ethan is starting out in the newly created American Masters group, it seems a new criminal empire called The Circle has cropped up. Even worse, it seems to have sunk its claws into Morgan and Navarre House. Navarre owes a debt they're having a hard time paying. There's been no love lost between Cadogan and Navarre, but that doesn't stop Ethan from offering assistance.

It was so good to hear from Morgan again. He was a much more prominent character in earlier books, then almost disappeared with only a mention here and there. Morgan is a fascinating character. He's a green Master. He's kind of the "bad boy" Master of the three in Chicago. He's quiet and stoic and he has this weird mental connection with Merit that's never been explained. I was so excited that Morgan was back and that we were going to get to spend some time with him.

Ethan is usually very composed, but when his ruthless maker Balthasar shows up and starts wreaking havoc around Chicago, Ethan kind of loses it a bit. It was good to see him so affected by something. Especially when Balthasar comes after Merit in a way that really violates her. In addition to Merit, Ethan is completely shaken by this, and I really liked seeing him off kilter.

The usual characters of Mallory, Catcher, Jeff, Chuck, Luc and Lindsay are present in this book too. They all have their roles to play, especially Mallory and Catcher. It's good to see they've gotten past the nasty business Mallory was into a few books back, and relationships have been knitted back together again.

I will NEVER get tired of the Chicagoland Vampires series. As long as Chloe writes them, I'll read them.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Leaving 3 stars, but really 2 1/2 7. März 2015
Von StarsGirl - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
This feels sacrilegious for me to say about a Chloe Neill book, but like another reveiwer has said I found my interest waning with Dark Debt. I slugged through after the first third of the book. I felt like I was waiting for something big to happen, but I just kept waiting. One of the questions I found myself wondering is just how is it the antagonist always manages to wait until Merit and the "Scooby" gang have their grand stage set for the final confrontation. And once again? Right on schedule. It does feel formulaic at this point. I will remain invested because I'm invested in the characters. I was really happy to see Merit, Ethan, Mallory, and Catcher get back on even footing. Felt like the chemistry and bantering from the early books was back. Sorry, but the denouement of Dark Debt was a little bit of a let down. As to the new player, I figured that out in the first scene this character is introduced. No mystery for me :-(
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Chloe Neill strikes again 3. März 2015
Von RabidReads - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
Chicago has a reputation for good food, crappy weather, and organized crime; Chloe Neill makes a point of including the first two in practically every installment, but the third had yet to surface. DARK DEBT rocketed into the previous book’s cliff hanger with little delay while also paving the way for a new mafia plot thread that will in all likelihood become this series’ latest story arc. The secondary characters were the headliners of this novel for me with Mallory & Catcher at the head of the pack.

Merit is ever so gradually becoming a ‘real’ vampire after her unorthodox transformation in SOME GIRLS BITE, and the most recent undead trait that she has to contend with is glamour. She’s skated by on immunity for ten books, but the time has come to pay the piper. Her pound of flesh came at a pretty high price, and I was afraid that it would be yet another obstacle between her and Ethan. Speaking of Cadogan House’s master, his solution was uber uninspired, so I was happy that 1. Merit vetoed it, and 2. She conquered her snag.

The author nimbly pulled the wool over our eyes as far as antagonists go. There were two enemies stirring the waters of Lake Michigan in this installment; one was obvious until he wasn’t while as the other stayed on the DL until he could deliver a direct hit. I really enjoyed how this story’s plot developed, Neill never does anything without a reason, and even though her ploys don’t always make sense at the time, they eventually complete their circuit in a rewarding way, so I look forward to seeing where she takes her gangster thread.

Mallory & Catcher were the masters of all things feels in this novel. I wish I could blurt out the why of it, but their aaww moment was too good to spoil. Morgan’s been the gum at the bottom of the CHICAGOLAND VAMPIRES shoe since day 1, therefore I was kinda stunned when he manned-up, and I found myself genuinely liking him. The same can be said of Merit’s dad, he’s definitely not a candidate for father of the year however after his actions in this book there may be hope for him yet. Jonah on the other hand… what a hypocrite!

Chloe Neill strikes again with DARK DEBT!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen LOVED! 3. März 2015
Von Kahea - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
***I received this ARC copy from PENGUIN GROUP Berkley, NAL / Signet Romance, DAW via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review***

It’s no secret that I absolutely love the Chicagoland Vampire series and have since I first spied and picked up Some Girls Bite many moons ago. I’ve loved watching as Merit gets more comfortable in her vampiric skin and witnessing how not only she has grown as a character, but those closest to her as they all face and conquer the issues that they always seem to find themselves in, even when the issues aren't theirs. Now, with Dark Debt, the eleventh book in the series, not only do we get a new story arc with a brand new antagonist at the helm hell-bent on causing problems for Merit and company, but we also get to see some past issues finally come full circle.

At the end of Blood Games, Balthasar, Ethan’s sire , makes it known to Ethan that he is not only NOT dead but in Chicago and in Dark Debt wastes no time in showing himself to not only Ethan, but the entire world. Needless to say this causes quite the cluster, not just with Ethan but with Merit as well, and soon everyone is on the hunt to find out what he is up to and just how he could be alive. Then, because Methan don’t have enough on their plate, they stop an assassination and find themselves on the doorstep of Navarre House and dealing with Morgan Greer. The twists and turns that these storylines took were done very well, which isn’t a surprise since Ms. Neill has never failed to serve up a good story, and even I was surprised at the end at what was really going on.

While the gang is busy trying to get to the bottom of the mysteries at hand we get to see just how far they have all come since we first met them eleven books ago ( one year in series time). Merit has become more comfortable, not only as a vampire, but as a Sentinel and while she has never been a flighty type of girl, I got the sense that she is much more grounded and truly confident in herself. Does she get thrown a loop in this book? Yes, but she deals with it head on and that is something that I’ve always liked about her. She may not like what is going on, but she’ll do what she can to make it work. Ethan, who I will admit I wasn’t all that fond of in the beginning, is amazing in this one. He is still Master of the house and alpha in all the ways that count, but we get to see, for lack of a better word, a softer side to him that gave me some ‘Awwww’ moments. And the solidarity in Methan’s relationship that was seen in Lucky Break is still very much the same in Dark Debt. Merit and Ethan are much more comfortable with each other, as a couple and as Master and Sentinel. Do they always agree? No. Do issues arise? Yes. But any lingering doubts about their relationship are gone.

With Merit and Ethan’s own relationship growing and strengthening is the relationship between all those in Merit’s life, well, most. Catcher and Malory’s relationship is strong and Malory and Merit’s relationship is getting back to where it was when we first met the besties. Jeff is at his uber-techie geek best. Chuck, is well Chuck, and I’d love to have that man as my grandpa, or at least great uncle twice removed. Luc and Lindsey are in a good place, and Luc still delivers all those movie lines we know and love. And then there is Malik. In the previous books he’s always been around, but in something of the shadows, not unusual considering what a force Ethan is, but in this one we get to see another aspect of Malik and I loved it. I hope this is a new trend and we get to see more of the Second. But what I really loved was seeing the ease at which they now interact with each other. In the past when they’ve all teamed up, they’ve worked well together but there was an unease at times because trust is a hard thing to come by, but in this one it’s like they’ve gotten past that hurdle and the bantering between all of them had me laughing outloud. As for the others that come into play, Morgan, Jonah, Helen and everyone’s favorite Mr. Merit, they all get their time and some things come about that even I didn’t see coming.

This was a fun one to read. So much happens that it’s really hard to get it all out without giving into posting spoilers, so all I can say is that this is a must read.
Can’t wait to see what comes next for the Chicagoland Vampire gang!
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