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This was my first read by author Tiffany Reisz. When I began reading the novel I was lost.
I did a little research on her website and began to place the characters together and continued on. The Saint and The King coincide within the same time frame.
I am quite intrigued by how skillfully the author wrote the plot.
I perceived some deep confessions were about to surface and it wasn't peaches and cream with a cup of tea.
When Kingsley arrives to Grace’s home in London, it seems his emotions are in disarray. I discovered throughout the story the complexity of the characters relationships. Kingsley begins recounting how it all began twenty-years ago “Søren happened.”
Kingsley is a masochist with a heart. (I don't bloody care what anyone else says Kingsley has a heart. He just deals with issues differently.)
He is a perplexed individual, makes matters more difficult than need be, stubborn the majority of the time and takes what he wants (judge, jury and executor). His heart only belongs to one; has and always will until he takes his last breath.
Kingsley, is one of Reisz’s most unique, fascinating, charming, thrilling, and is temptation in the flesh (book character). In this novel the author provides an in depth view (to the core, soul) of Kingsley’s personalty traits (mental and emotional state of mind, trigger points).We see it from Kingsley’s viewpoint.
This story begins to fill in the pieces to the puzzle to prior novels in this series. We are taken back to Kingsley’s childhood, introduction to Soren, Nora, the creation of the Eighth Circle and all the in betweens. The creation of a union with indestructible bonds between the trio.
Reisz’s writing is perfection. She allows the reader to explore a world which many may have limited or zero knowledge (she provided me a 101 intro class) and a controversial subject in a non-offensive manner. Tremendously enjoyed these riveting characters and conveys the impression of being realistic.
The internal conflicts the characters endure between the mind and heart, reasoning, judgement, desire,sadist, masochist, being a switch, pain, betrayal, and loss.
The fact of the matter is they seemed to have found and accepted what makes an individual unique(who they are) is the true foundation in the process to attaining self-control within oneself. We see this with each character as they mature and reflect on past experiences.
Without reservation, I wholeheartedly recommend this book. Brilliantly written.
(After I finished reading this novel went to Amazon and purchased the whole series; Kindle with narration option.)
*ARC provided from the publisher for a review.*
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The King, sixth book in The Original Sinner Series, Second book in The White Years Quartet. Not a standalone novel order of reading: The Siren, The Angel, The Prince, The Mistress, and The Saint.
In The King, Kingsley and Søren are reunited after many years apart. His reunion with Søren and a radical Christian ministry that has moved into NYC inspire Kingsley to open Manhattan’s most exclusive BDSM club. Opening this club becomes his mission, but he has to battle said ministry to make his dream a reality. With his new assistant, Sam, by his side, King is ready to fight, and the stakes are personal.
I first met Kingsley a long time ago in The Siren, but here in The King is where I really got to know him and love him. I saw a different side of King. I saw his heart, and it softened my heart to him—especially seeing Søren through his eyes, through their reunion, their banter, and their confessions. King is as passionate, romantic and loyal as he is rich, powerful and fearsome. I also loved seeing his relationship with Sam develop, and I loved their conversations! Reisz is a master of witty dialog—and Sam’s sharp tongue rivals that of Nora.
Though you think you know how the story goes, it is unpredictable and has a few jaw-dropping plot twists. There’s also a great cast of supporting characters…some you love to love, some you love to hate. The book has the perfect blend of kink, humor, and emotion. It truly is an emotional story, and I shed quite a few tears. All sex and kink aside, there is deep love, heartache, and redemption.
The King is brilliantly written; King’s story perfectly illustrated. Vive le roi! Reisz is truly in a class all her own, and I can’t wait to see what she has in store in the next Original Sinners book, The Virgin.
The entire story is set around how Kingsley came to own The Eight Circle, and believe you me, it took a freakn long time to reach the conclusion.
In the original series Kingsley was one of my favourite characters, now not so much :(
The White Years don't appear to be for me, so I am going to move on and remember the characters I came to love in 'The Original Sinners' series.
WHAT DIDN'T WORK FOR ME on a personal level
***possible spoiler-ish comments.
The religious elements were OTP. The Fullers and all that unfolded **still shaking my head.
The way Mistress Felicia was portrayed, the fact that it had to be kept secret. Kingsley would be embarrassed if anyone knew he submitted to her, because of course it is shameful for a male to be submissive!! **yep steam started pouring out my ears at that.
And lastly - Why is it that everyone, and I mean everyone, is stunningly beautiful in these books! Oh because it's a fictional world, right?
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