Review: The Prince by Tiffany Reisz

The Prince  (The Original Sinner, #3)

Keep your friends close and your enemies closer…preferably in bed. That’s always been Kingsley Edge’s strategy with his associate, the notorious New York dominatrix Nora Sutherlin. But with Nora away in Kentucky, now it’s Kingsley’s chance to take her place at the feet of the only man he’s ever wanted — Søren, Nora’s on-again, off-again lover — until a new threat from an old enemy forces him to confront his past.

Wes Railey is still the object of Nora’s tamest yet most maddening fantasies, and the one man she can’t forget. He’s young. He’s wonderful. He’s also thoroughbred royalty and she’s in "his" world now. But Nora is no simpering Southern belle, and her dream of fitting into Wesley’s world is perpetually at odds with her dear Søren’s relentlessly seductive pull.

Two worlds of wealth and passion call to her and whichever one Nora chooses, it will be the hardest decision she will ever have to make… unless someone makes it for her…

Title: The Prince
Author: Tiffany Reisz
Series: The Original Sinners
Publisher: Mills & Boon
Format: ebook from NetGalley
ISBN: 9780263905823
Genre: Erotica
Release date: November 20th 2012
Number of pages: 416

Photobucket

This series is getting better and better and those endings are way to unexpected. After the way The Siren ended I had an idea of what Nora’s life would be, but *bang* and now I’m completely of track along with Nora.
 
But this time I’m a bit happy, because she’s with Wes and he’s so loveable and sweet, plus he lied to be with her and she didn’t even knew, that was really awesome. I loved the ending for Michael and Griffin, and now I can’t wait to see what Michael and Nora’s life could be together.
 
But things are a bit difficult for Kingsley and Soren, because someone is destroying everything connected with Soren’s past and I have my ideas of who might be responsible, but it was way to interesting to see Kingsley past and how he became this underground lord, after what happened with his family.
 
I don’t know if it was the fact Nora was having vanilla sex for most of the book, but this one was not that perfect as The Angel.
Photobucket

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)

Advertisements

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

Photobucket

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.
 

Photobucket

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)

Review: The Siren by Tiffany Reisz

The Siren (Original Sinners #1)

Some love stories you never forget.
She tore herself from the man she adored, who transformed her, who possessed her…who would have destroyed her.Now she is adored by a man she must not have.
Some books will change your world.
She thinks she knows what it means to be pushed to her limits. She’s wrong.
Be prepared…this is one of them.

Title: The Siren
Author: Tiffany Reisz
Series: The Original Sinners
Publisher:  Mills & Boon
Format: ebook from NetGalley
ISBN: 0263904520
Genre: Erotica
Release date: September 1st 2012
Number of pages: 432

Photobucket

This book has been getting a lot of good press lately and when I discovered the other two in this series were on NetGalley I decided to read them all. I love a good erotica and even better is when there’s a sequel already released, because waiting is so bad for me.
 
So in this one we finally she Nora in her normal life after dumping Soren and almost giving up her life as a dominatrix, it’s very interesting the fact she wants to write erotica and at the same time she wants Zach to be her editor, because he’s the best on the job.
 
I liked the book and Nora personality, she takes everything she wants and literally just live her life without affect of what other people might think. I liked her and how brave she is to just walk away from a  ten year long relationship, even thought she’s still in love with Soren.
 
But the book is so much more than just a BDSM life, it shows true feelings and how much Nora can handle in her life. She’s still suffering and still loves Soren, but she has a intern and he lives with her, he’s sweet and a virgin, and I think she deeply loves him, but don’t know what to do with her vanilla feelings.
 
Of course she also tried to seduce Zach and it’s really sexy to watch these two going at it. I deeply enjoyed this book and jumped right into the sequel.
Photobucket

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)

Review: Little Red Riding Crop by Tiffany Reisz

Little Red Riding Crop (The Original Sinners, #0.6)Title: Little Red Riding Crop
Author: Tiffany Reisz
Series: The Original Sinners
Publisher: Mills & Boon Spice
Format: ebook freebie from the author
ISBN: B008PT0LN4
Genre: Erotica
Release date: August 16th 2012
Number of pages: 37
Mistress Nora needs a vacation. She might be the one flogging the clients, but Kingsley, her sexy French boss, is the real sadist who rarely gives her a day off. They strike a backseat deal: Nora gets one month off and a trip to Europe if she can sneak into a rival BDSM club and get the dirt on the owner. But she’ll need more than her little red riding crop when she comes face to face with Brad Wolfe, the one man who stands between her and freedom.

 
Photobucket
My first time with Nora and Kingsley. I liked the relationship between these two and the best part is the fact we get to see how witty Nora is. I loved the conversation and the little snippets we got from Nora’s life.
 
I loved the fact she doesn’t take bull from others and enjoy her life to it’s fullest. This little night of pleasure takes place two years before the Siren. So we get to see Nora doing her best. And she’s only hoping for a vacation. What a girl must do to get a little time off.
 
Photobucket

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)

Review: Wish Upon a Star by Sarah Morgan

Format Read: e-ARC provided by NetGalley courtesy of the publisher

Series: -|-
Publisher: Mills & Boon
Genre: Romance
Release date:  October 7th 2011
Formats Available: e-Book, Paperback, kindle
Number of pages: 384 pages

Purchase information: Author Website, Goodreads, kindle

Book Blurb:

Love is in the air this Christmas!

Christy was hoping to skip Christmas this year. Her kids have other ideas – they’ve put their dad’s name at number one on their Christmas list. So it looks as if Christy will be hightailing it up to the Lake District to play happy families with her ex!

Snow-capped mountains and roaring log fires – Alessandro’s home is like walking into a Christmas card. Is it really safe for her to spend Christmas with her dreamy, funny – no! – entirely infuriating ex-hubby?

Miranda has completely the opposite problem. Being single and pregnant at Christmas was certainly not her wish come true. She doesn’t believe in miracles, but then resident hunk Jake sweeps her off her snow-covered shoes. Come Boxing Day dare she dream that Mr Sex-on-Legs might be for more than just Christmas?

‘A picturesque and charming tale’ Star magazine on Angels in the Snow.

My Thoughts:


The book shares two stories named after the principal female characters and are set in Lake District. The first one is Christy and she’s struggling with career, husband and kids. The second is Miranda who just moved to the neighborhood and now is having problems deciding which feelings to follow towards Jake.

Funny thing about the stories is that Jake is godfather of Christy kids, so he’s a support character on the first story and finally gets he’s happy ending on the second story, finding love with Miranda.

Christy has been struggling with a job she doesn’t like, a husband that’s always working, two kids, one is almost teenager and worst of all, and she’s only 32, a whole life ahead of her. So the book is around Christmas, the children decided to spend on daddy’s house, but the true, is that they’re meddling to get mommy and daddy together again.

Christy discovers that she can’t live in London, so during the holidays while helping on the hospital she decides to return and live in Lake District once again, and almost everyone tries to help her get back with Alessandro.

Loved this one, some moments was very fun, especially since the kids decided to “help”, but others had the right peace of feelings, love and understanding.

Miranda took me some time to really feel the book. Jake sounds since the first book, like a perfect guy who just wanted one thing from life, find the woman to live and raise kids together; he once was in love with Christy and since them no one, really made him feel in love, until he found Miranda almost dying in the snow on Christmas day. He took her home and fought really hard from the begging until the very end, for her to understand that his feelings were real.

Miranda has suffered a lot in her life and the book explains that really well, but she took a long time to follow her heart. It’s interesting, but in the books I always cheer for the guy to discovers his feelings and in this one I was cheering for the girl, not that I liked her, but I wanted a happy ending for Jake.

Rating:  

Challenges:

The BLI Holiday Reading ChallengeThe Christmas Spirit Reading Challenge