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Product Details

  • Series: The Original Sinners
  • Paperback: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin MIRA (November 20, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0778314103
  • ISBN-13: 978-0778314103
  • Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 5.3 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (230 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #114,672 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Tiffany Reisz's The Original Sinners series is painful, prideful, brilliant, beautiful, hopeful, and heart-breaking. And that's just the first hundred pages.--New York Times bestselling author Courtney Milan

"[The Siren] is amazing and definitely a favorite read so far this year."-USA TODAY.com

The Original Sinners series certainly lives up to its name: it's mindbendingly original and crammed with more sin than you can shake a hot poker at. I haven't read a book this dangerous and subversive since Chuck Palahniuk's Fight Club. --Andrew Shaffer, author of Great Philosophers Who Failed at Love

"The Siren is one of the most incredible books I've read...Tiffany Reisz writes amazing dialogue and emotional depth. Witty, sharp, smart characters that will completely suck you in."-Smexy Books

Dazzling, devastating and sinfully erotic, Reisz writes unforgettable characters you'll either want to know or want to be. The Siren is an alluring book-within-a-book, a story that will leave you breathless and bruised, aching for another chapter with Nora Sutherlin and her men.-Miranda Baker, author of Bottoms Up and Soloplay

"The Siren is a powerful, evocative tale of discovering who you truly are. Tiffany Reisz nails the complicated person inside all of us."
-Cassandra Carr, author of Talk to Me

"Tiffany Reisz is a smart, artful, and masterful new voice in erotic fiction! An erotica star on the rise!"-Award-winning author Lacey Alexander

"Daring, sophisticated, and literary. . .exactly what good erotica should be."
-Kitty Thomas, author of Tender Mercies

"Breathtakingly gorgeous. THE SIREN is a story you won't be able to put down and whose characters will stay with you long after you've reached the end. I can't wait for Tiffany Reisz's next story!" – Roni Loren, national bestselling author of Crash Into You

About the Author

Tiffany Reisz lives in Lexington, Kentucky.  She graduated with a B.A. in English from Centre College and is making her parents and her professors proud by writing erotica under her real name. She has five piercings, one tattoo, and has been arrested twice. When not under arrest, Tiffany enjoys Latin Dance, Latin Men, and Latin Verbs. She dropped out of a conservative seminary in order to pursue her dream of becoming a smut peddler.  If she couldn’t write, she would die.

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Customer Reviews

This author loves her characters.
Marleen
The story switches back and forth between Wes and Nora and Kingsley and Soren, past and present.
Kimberly C
It felt like it just ended midway through.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Marleen on November 20, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
"In all things involving Nora Sutherlin, proceed with caution."

I finished reading The Prince about five minutes ago and am still gathering my thoughts, my sanity and my composure. However, my very first thought after reading the last line was, "Oh you bitch". And yes, that is very much aimed at the author. This book doesn't end so much on a cliff-hanger as it does on a self-destruct button. And just in case Tiffany Reisz is still looking for a blurb for the cover of this book, I'd suggest: `don't read this book unless you already have the sequel'.

And that's enough ranting for now (although I can't promise I won't do some more before I get to the end of this review) so I guess I'd better tell you something about the story in this book.

Nora has left New York and Søren to travel to Kentucky with Wesley. A year and a half apart hasn't been enough for 32 year old Nora and 20 year old Wesley to forget each other and they are going to give being together another try. Things are different this time around though. Wesley, as it turns out, is not the poor struggling student Nora thought he was, but rather the only son of Kentucky horseracing royalty. In fact he was once named "The Prince of Kentucky" in a newspaper article. Nora finds herself transported to a huge estate where Wesley and his parents live in a palatial home, surrounded by endless grounds and numerous stables. Nora's delight at being reunited with Wesley struggles with doubt though. She loves the young man more than she imagined possible, but she can't quite picture herself in a long term vanilla relationship anymore than she can see Wesley succumbing to her more extravagant tastes. And her doubts are only increased by the more than frosty welcome she receives from Wesley's father.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Katie Babs VINE VOICE on November 20, 2012
Format: Paperback
Tiffany was a triple publishing threat this year, first with The Siren, then with The Angel, and now The Prince, which is an erotic, gothic, romantic mystery thriller all rolled into one. I'm so pleased that Tiffany didn't have a sophomore slump with The Angel, and with The Prince, third time's definitely a charm. The Prince is explosive reading because it's a mash up of so many genres that works. This is the ultimate cross over book. This should please fans of erotica, romance, mystery, and most importantly the gothic, a genre that's seemingly forgotten because it's from another time and place. Tiffany has reinvented the gothic with a big twist. Things here are more disturbing than ever, but underneath it all there's this tenderness with the characters she has created. These characters are essentially good people even though they have dark desires such as Soren, the holy man sadist, and that of Kinsgley who is also a sadist in away, but more submissive when it comes to Soren. Kingsley really does have a heart of gold and this is shown perfectly in this book. Because of his love and devotion to Soren, the man he has willingly given his heart and soul over to with expecting nothing in return, we see what sacrifice and love is all about.

The Prince may seem to be Kingsley's story; that he's the Prince, the focal point. At first it appears he is, but I'm sorry to say that he's not. It's Soren. You come to figure this out half way through, mainly through flashbacks between Kingsley and Soren as teenagers where they become friends and then lovers.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M. Whitmore VINE VOICE on December 13, 2012
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**This review contains spoilers if you haven't read the previous two books**

I love The Original Sinners series. After reading The Angel, I wanted my hands on The Prince stat! I couldn't wait to read about teenage Kingsley and Soren. And to finally have Wes and Nora together. Even though their relationship probably won't work in the end, I wanted to at least see them attempt at having a relationship. The Original Sinners is not your typical romance and I don't see how anyone can have a HEA. But I digress. Let's talk about The Prince.

I've been procrastinating writing this review for a week. Why? Because as much as I love the series and the characters, I did not love The Prince. At the end of The Siren, I cried. At the end of The Angel, I cried. At the end of The Prince, I said, "What the....?!" And not in a good way.

The mystery of who stole Nora's file continues in The Prince. A picture of Soren and Kingsley when they were teens was sent to Kingsley. They travel to Maine to visit the all boys school they attended to find out who sent the picture. During this visit, there are flashbacks to when Kingsley and Soren first met and the start of their sexual relationship. The jump from past to present was a little annoying but I knew it had to be done in order to tell the story and give the reader the full emotional impact.

While Soren and Kingsley are in Maine, Nora is in Kentucky with Wes, attempting to have a relationship. Of course, Wes' father know who Nora is and what she writes and is not a fan. Nora loves Wes but she's not sure she can have a vanilla relationship with him but she's willing to try.

As much as I want the traditional romance for Nora and I want Wes to be The One, I felt that their part in The Prince was boring.
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