Dark Debt is the eleventh book in Neill's Chicagoland Vampire series, and Merit and Ethan face a threat from Ethan's past. Merit and Ethan find themselves trying to solve two mysteries (one from Ethan's past and one current one threatening the three Houses of vampires). Merit and her friends find themselves trying to figure out what is going on when vampires attack a human at an important event setting off a chain of events that has Merit and company scrambling for answers.
Even though this is book eleven in the series, it was actually the first book in the series that I have read. While it took a little bit for me to catch up with the characters and story line, I found that I really enjoyed Neill's world and the story. Merit is very well developed in this book, and I enjoyed watching her overcome an internal struggle as well as all of these outside forces as she faced something that she had taken for granted before which was her immunity to other vampires' magic. I also really enjoyed the secondary characters especially Merit's friends Mallory and Catcher. The book has many twists and turns keeping the reader guessing and definitely plenty of action. Overall Dark Debt proved to be a great read that I would most definitely recommend. I enjoyed this book so much that now I want to go back and read the previous books in the series. I am definitely looking forward to Merit's next adventure.
Received a copy of Dark Debt through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.