Review: The Angel by Tiffany Reisz

The Angel (The Original Sinners, #2)

She wanted him…
Nora Sutherlin is in hiding. On paper, she’s following her master’s orders – and her flesh is willing.
More deeply, more strongly than she’d wanted anyone
But her mind is wandering to a man from her past, whose hold on her heart is less bruising, but whose absence is no less painful. Instead of letting him make love to her, she’d let him go.
This is the story of a summer that proves that love hurts.

Title: The Angel
Author: Tiffany Reisz
Series: The Original Sinners
Publisher: Mills & Boon
Format: ebook from NetGalley
ISBN: 9780263905779
Genre: Erotica
Release date: September 1st 2012
Number of pages: 410

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So we discovered at the end of The Siren that Nora returned to Soren and I was not happy with how things ended and wanted Nora to chose a different path, but at the same time it was really interesting to see her and Soren together once again.
 
This book was different than what I expected because I honestly thought Soren would want her 24/7 by his side, but a reporter showed up and decided to investigate Soren’s life after he was considerate to became a bishop.
 
So Soren did the right thing and send Nora away, but she wasn’t alone and Michael, he showed up on last book losing his virginity, is now her protégé. She’s supposed to teach him everything about how to be a submissive while living with Griffin.
 
This book was more sexual for me than the first and there’s nothing wrong with that, we have a more sensitive view of Nora’s life and how BDSM is really important to her, plus I enjoyed her moments of teaching.
 
The reporter also had some very important appearances during this book and we got to know more about Soren’s life before he became a priest and why he uses BDSM as a relieve.
 

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SERIES IN ORDER

#0.5 – Seven Day Loan
#0.6 – Little Red Riding Crop
#0.7 – Submit to Desire
#1 – The Siren
#2 – The Angel
#3 – The Prince
#4 – The Mistress (Expected publication: 2013)
#5 – The Priest (Expected publication: 2013)

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