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Released: Mar 31, 2015
Series: The Original Sinners: White Years #3
“If there’s a writer that redefines Erotic Romance, it is Tiffany Reisz.” ~ Under the Covers
In my head, there’s BDSM Erotic Romance and then there’s Tiffany Reisz’s book. I say this because it’s clear that Reisz writes on an entirely different platform field than other books I’ve read in the genre. Someone who is able to consistently deliver jaw-dropping, tightly-written, undeniably erotic books like Reisz deserves to be placed in her own little niche.
THE VIRGIN is the seventh book of the Original Sinners series and is book three in the prequel White Years. Again, Reisz employs the frame narrative technique that works so well in the previous books where she tells a story within a story. This time readers get the details behind what happens that year Elle ran away from Soren.
Even though Soren, Kingsley and Nora are separated for most of the book, some very interesting things occur. Soren is off working on his dissertation while Elle finds sanctuary at her mother’s covenant. There she meets a nun named Kyrie who I ended up falling in love with. You never think you’ll enjoy the strange situations Reisz puts her characters in, but somehow it always seems to work itself out. And not only that, it’s also memorable as well.
While that is happening, Kingsley is off in Haiti. Readers who have followed the series so far will know that this is where he meets Juliette. Her story is another interesting one that gives readers the insight to their relationship now. I’m quite amazed by how Reisz is able to connect every single detail together in the end; her execution is flawless and proves once again that she’s a talented, polished writer.
I don’t know how she continues to write such emotionally driven love stories over and over again but if there’s a writer that redefines Erotic Romance, it is Tiffany Reisz.
*ARC provided by publisher
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