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Thursday, December 6, 2012

The Angel (The Original Sinners) by Tiffany Reisz


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Best selling erotica author (and world famous Dominatrix) Nora Sutherlin is doing something she never would have thought possible. She is hiding. While her owner, and lover, Søren, has reporters breathing down his neck due to a potential promotion (one that his fetishes would more than ruin if came to light), Nora has taken his advice, and gone to stay with Griffin Fiske - a wealthy and uninhibited playboy.

Upon Nora's arrival, Griffin meets her companion, the young and inexperienced Michael. With his angelic beauty, and submissive tendencies (he is in fact being trained by Nora), Michael is the perfect match for Griffin - if only Søren would allow it.

But while Nora's mind can't stop wandering back to Søren, wondering if he is OK wondering how close to the truth the reporter may come, she is distracted to say the least. And unfortunately for her, that is the least of her worries.

My Rating: 4.5 Stars out of 5

The Angel immediately catches your interest with the way the plot immediately begins to take shape. It introduces new characters while bringing back old favorites (even touching base with Zach and Grace from the first book).

Just like The Siren, The Angel, has just the right amount of humor to keep it form becoming "too serious". It's beautifully written and guaranteed to take you places you've never been (or even dreamed of going). It will evoke many different emotions from you, some of which may not be all that comfortable.

The twists and plot-lines seem to run deeper in The Angel than they did in The Siren. There is more insight into the characters (including their struggles), that keep you guessing (and glued to the page). One instance of this is the way Søren is portrayed. I was not a fan of his after The Siren; however, after the way The Angel delves into his past, you can't help but feel something for him.

The way Griffin stands up for Michael was too sweet, as was the romantic theme running under the the BDSM of the novel.

Then ending left me with one question, a question I sincerely hope is answered by The Prince; is there hope of a future (however short) between Wesley and Nora?

                   The Angel is available for purchase from Amazon.com by clicking HERE.


DISCLAIMER: I received an advanced copy of  The Angel in exchange for my honest review. This has not reflected on my review in any way.

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