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The Saint: The Original Sinners Book 5 (The Original Sinners Series) Kindle Edition
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I am a huge fan of The Original Sinners Series, and I adore Tiffany Reisz! I waited so long for the release of this book, and yet once it was on my Kindle, I couldn’t bring myself to read it right away. I know what Reisz’s writing does to me, how her characters and her words make me feel. I knew I wouldn’t want it to end, and I knew I’d be missing my beloved Sinners terribly when I reached the end. And that’s exactly what happened.
The Saint, book 5 in The Original Sinners Series, takes us back to the beginning of it all when a teenage Nora/Eleanor meets the love of her life—and her new priest—Father Marcus Stearns, more intimately known as Søren. The story is told in retrospect some months after the end of The Mistress. It is an unconventional love story, forbidden and erotic. Reisz pushes the boundaries of social norms, painting their romance in the way that only she can, where love and pain are one and the same.
Reisz is an expert at creating complex, intelligent, and intriguing characters. Nora is the strongest female lead character I’ve read. She is feisty and rebellious with an immense capacity to love. Søren, though quite arrogant, embodies wisdom and sophistication; yet we also see a hint of his playful side. However it’s his deep love for Nora that left me breathless, listening to Beethoven with tears welling up in my eyes. Kingsley is as charming, witty, and dangerous as ever, and I found myself wanting much more of him than I have in the previous books. We are also introduced to Nico, the son Kingsley never knew he had until Nora sought him out. I am really hoping for more Nico in the future.
Like all of the Sinners books before it, The Saint is highly erotic with incredibly smart dialog. What makes The Saint stand out above the rest for me is the level of emotion. Reisz really kicked it up…not only did I laugh and cry, but she made me UGLY CRY! Not many writers have affected me like that. The Mistress of literary BDSM has outdone herself with this one. She’s left me aching for more of my Sinners, as I knew she would. My only comfort is knowing that The King is on the way.
If you start with this book, you see her at the start. You see from the get go what was really so compelling about the beginning of the heroine's relationship with the priest.
I've moved on to the other books after this (I'm on the first series now), but they're missing details that would have irritated me if I'd read them first. The rest of the series doesn't feel so out of context since I know all these details about the main characters after reading this story. The characters don't feel unsympathetic at all, and the rest of the series becomes incredibly compelling.
And if the book I'm on right now is any indication (The Prince), each one fills in more pieces of the puzzle. I am invested now, and I really hope after I've read the entire series that I'll have a full picture. I don't think I'd have fallen in love with the series so deeply if I had started with the original first book.
I've grown a little weary of Nora's snarkiness, too. I may read The King, but I'll surely wait until it, too, goes on sale.
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