The Prince (The Original Sinners #3)
Two worlds of wealth and passion call to Nora Sutherlin and, whichever one she chooses, it will be the hardest decision she will ever have to make. Unless someone makes it for her...
Wes Railey is the object of Nora's tamest yet most maddening fantasies, and the one man she can't forget. He's young. He's wonderful. He's also thoroughbred royalty and, reuniting with him in...more
***PLS DO NOT READ THIS REVIEW IF YOU HAVEN’T READ THIS SERIES, WHAT A SHAME BY THE WAY!***
Tiffany did it again. I used to think Nora was based on her but now I am pretty sure she is more Soren-ish. Poor Andrew, he must be Kingsley!
This book starts just after The Angel. As you might remember Nora was running off (cruel bitch) to meet boring Wesley and Soren was left alone (no worries Sir, I will always be here for you).
This is two books in one, maybe three books in one and let me explain you why...more
Excerpt from 'Two Princes' by the Spindoctors
But I know what a prince and lover ought to be
I know what a prince and lover ought be
4.5 stars. This is the story of The Prince of Kentucky and The King who started out as 'La Petit Prince.'
My favorite of the series so far. The writing was flawless, the suspense was taken up a notch, and some of the characters' secrets were finally starting to spill out from the shadows.
While I thought the poking-fun-at-romance-books segment was a bit overdone (a...more
It is always by way of pain one arrives at pleasure.
Marquis de Sade
This is another angsty walk on the wide side with our Original Sinners with three different story lines being told here – Wesley and Nora in Kentucky, Kingsley and Søren’s story in the past and also the present. It’s a painful story, in more ways than one – the physical pain that Søren needs to dish out and the emotional pain that all the characters have to endure to find some small semblance of pleasure and happiness.
Review posted at: Swept Away By Romance
5 Glowing, Shimmering Stars!! This book, this series, the writing, the story…all of it screams...UNIQUE…ORIGINAL! It's found its way the top of my all-time favorites, as twisted and f*cked up as it is...I can't get enough!!
I’ve read a lot of great books this year and gotten hooked on some amazing series, but nothing, nothing comes close to the impact I’ve felt with The Original Sinners series, and book 3, The Prince, adds another layer of depth and complex...more
Kingsley uses the time to try and take Nora’s place at Soren’s side..
The Prince delves deep into the beginning of Søren and Kingsley’s relationship...and who they are now..
Kingsley and Soren travel back to the school where they first met..
where memories and old feelings are rekindled..
We learn about Kingsley'S sister
who tragically died and he feels respo...more
What. A. Book
What. A. Fucking. Brilliantly. Amazing. Book.
Giving it 5 Stars is giving it far too little.
In this book 'The Prince', we learn and read about two Princess, 'The Prince of Kentucky' and 'La Petit Prince.'
First I was all
Then, at the end I was like
I've got absolutely no words. Amazing and Brilliant are not the words you can use while saying how good this book was, This book needs a new word to describe it.
Actually, This series needs a new word appart from fantastic,...more
I have been sucked in to the world of The Original Sinners for months; devouring everything that comes out getting to know them better. Just when I think I have a handle on who they are and what they may or may not do I am thrown to the ground gasping for air and reaching for the next story.
The Prince begins where we left off in The Angel. Nora has taken off her shoes and run s...more
…I firmly resolve, with the help of Your Grace, to sin no more and to avoid the near occasion of sin ~ Act of Contrition
Holy shit. Holy shit, HOLY FUCKING SHIT! This was brilliant. I’m in utter awe. No amount of words and no amount of stars can describe how much I love this book/series. With each book, Mistress Tiffany keeps getting better and better. I really don’t know how she does it. To me, nothing in the story was p...more
In all things involving Nora Sutherlin, proceed with caution
First off, let me say that this Series has intrigued me since I started it only last week. The first two books were outstanding. This one …..
The North, Past and Present – 5 stars
The South – 4 stars
The North, Past and Present – 6 stars
The South – 3 stars
The North, Past and Present – 7 stars
The South …. Well, I would not give it 2 stars, it would be worth more than that I think.
I seriously felt as if this book was written by 2 different...more
"He wished that the mathematics of the world were like the mathematics of the heart - then his equal love and hate would mean he felt nothing instead of double."
The Prince (The Original Sinners, #3), is the most intense and complex book in this series so far. Following the events of the second book of the series, in this 3rd book, we are taken to Kentucky for Nora’s reunion with Wesley and at the same time, we follow Kingsley and Søren, that return to the place where they first met, i...more
Underneath Søren, Kingsley came more alive than he ever felt on top of any girl. He loved his girls, had loved them all. But this was more than love. He couldn’t think of the word for it— not l’amour,...more
We have the North.... past and present with Kinglsey, Soren & Nora
We have the South..... the present with Wes and Nora.
What will we have in future....??????
The Prince turns things upside down for me......
Not only is this a highly erotic book with all kinds of kinkiness but its a wonderful passionate love story and a spectacular 'who done it???'
It has everything......
All the painful delicate issues you could imagine; difficult topics and themes are layered into th...more
Ms Reisz has done it again!! This series is just blowing my mind and I'm ashamed that it took me sooooooo long to pick this series up to read!!
This story is told uniquely, in that Ms. Reisz takes us on a journey to the North with Soren and Kinsley. We also travel to the South with Nora and Wesley. Where some may have loved one area more than the other, this whore loved being in both destinations.
So let's travel to the North first, shall we, where Ms. Reisz take
This series is epic! Love, love, love it. This is a re-read in prep for The Mistress and I didn't think I could love it more than the first time..I DID! Fan girling here, Tiffany Reisz.
This series just continues to get better. Spoiler alert if you've not read the previous books in the series.....
The Prince is split back and forth between Soren and Kingsley's past and present and then also Nora and Wesley's present. Nora and Wesley are in Kentuc...more
Original reaction, real review now posted
Loved, loved, loved it!!! I feel the urge to immediately reread the book after staying up all night reading it. I ADORED the Kingsley/Soren storyline, and while Wes/Nora are generally ok, I didn't like their storyline nearly as much.
And what's with the cliffhanger?!?
I don't think the triangle is over and done with, even though the thought crossed my mind at the ending. Now I do know what I want, though. And that's Soren and Kin...more
It is a tale of TWO Princes... but I'm getting ahead of myself.
This is probably the most information packed book of the series. We find out the past of Soren and King (don't think I'll ever send my child away to any boarding school). Then we catch up with them in the present and the state of their current relation/friend(?)-ship, which read like a mystery novel as they travel from one haunted with memories place to another looking for more ghosts.
I almost don't want to review much mo...more
There are probably [more than] one hundred things I love about this book/series but here are some of my favorite ones ...
Number one - "one hundred things Søren loves about Nora" scene ...
Number seven - Tiffany's brilliant writing ...
Number eighty-eight - the story ...
Number sixty-six - the characters ...
Number one hundred - that all of the above only get better with each re-read ...
P.S. If this review makes no sense, get off you butt and read this book ...
I mean really…
Ms. Reisz you are A-M-A-Z-I-N-G, and yeah thats all I can say…amazing!
Okay in all seriousness…
Kingsley begins receiving threats and knows danger and trouble are on the horizon. To protect Nora, Søren sends her away to protect her while he and Kingsley begin investigating.
While Nora is away in Kentucky with The Prince, we finally get to see Kingsley and Søren together. The story alternates between the North and South (New York/Connecticut and Kentucky) and Past and Pr...more
"We are mere princes, you and I. But she is a queen."
Past and Present, the tales of the North and South, it is the time for the Prince’s to find their place amongst the King and Queen, amongst the God and Goddess. Realizing their fate if they are worthy of their love. The Prince follows Nora, Søren, Wesley and Kingsley as they find out how far they are willing to go to get what they truly want and to keep their secrets safe.
If it wasn't clear before, who the god of the Sinner's is, it...more
I loved their story- South! 5 stars for the South.
There were 3 stories going on within this book:
South: The story of Nora and Wesley
North Past: The back history of Soren and Kingsley
North Present: The story of Soren and Kingsley 30 years later
The ending leaves you with a HUGE cliffhanger!! It was very exciting! Makes you want to dive right into the next book.
Must be read in order. Big cliffhanger in book 3. Ser...more
The author's talent shines in The Prince. Her skill of storytelling is what keeps me pi...more
”She’ll be yours and you’ll share her with me, because no one man will ever be enough for such a girl as her. And the three us shall be a new unholy trinity.
God help us all.”
Warning: This book ends with a cliffhanger!
Who is the crazy lunatic out to cause harm to the unholy trinity?
The Prince tells the past and present stories of two princes:
The Prince of Kentucky and the Queen of the Underground
Wesley and Nora have been given the opportunity to try out a relationship. We...more
Taking us into deeper and darker places than the previous books in the series, The Prince is an intense ride from start to finish. Once again full of shocking revelations, sensational dynamics between intriguing characters, and intense emotion, this book kept me enthralled from start to finish, and I could not put it down.
Warning – this will contain spoilers...more
At first the back and forth between the past, present and south kind of annoyed me. But it finally turned around about 40%ish. I enjoyed learning about how Soren and Kingsley meet and became so close. Previous books showed how close they were, but this book really made me understand their love for each other. It seems that Kinsley is Soren's weakness as Wesley is Nora's. I could not believe the identity of the "thief"!! Totally did not see that coming.
I love the South!! Seeing...more
THE PRINCE primarily follows Soren and Kingsley – my two favorite characters in this series – into their past as young, curious students and the present where disappearances and threats cause them to be on high alert. This book also spends considerable time with Wes and Nora in Kentucky where Mistress Nora gets acquainted with Wes’s lifestyle
I think the easiest way to get my thoughts across is to break down the book into its respective parts so bear with me!
You know that moment when you get to the end of a book and you read the last couple sentences over and over because you don’t really want to believe it’s over?! Yeah, that was me last night! I had no idea I was getting to the end and literally woke my husband when I said ‘Seriously WTF??’ haha – yes, this one ends with a Mother of a cliffhanger!!
The book is incredible and amazing and lots of other great things!!! (Yes, I can't seem to restrain myself even a day after finishing the book.) :D
Soren (my favorite)
As amazing as ever, we get to see more of his past, some of which is happy - his days at the Jesuit boarding school, the past he shared with Kingsley.
I have to admit he didn't really endear himself to me in the first two books, but now - let's just say that he's second on the list (of my favor...more
The Prince, a very fitting name since this book mostly tells of story of two princes - Wesley, Prince of Kentucky, “I kind of like it— the Prince of Kentucky. Very sexy title.” and Kinglsey, the French Prince, Le Petit Prince, ”Someone had to turn you into the little prince you actually were.”
This book is told through three separate past and present shifts:
• North-The Past: Kingsley & Søren when they met at Saint Ignatius....more
• North-The Pres
In all things involving Nora Sutherlin, proceed with caution.
The Prince starts right where The Angel left off. Nora r...more
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When not under arrest, Tiffany enjoys Latin Dance, Latin Men, and Latin Verbs. She dropped out o...more
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Kingsley raised his chin. Mere inches separated their faces.
“Stop flirting. You know we don’t have time for that.”
Wesley and his father both looked at her, Wesley in shock, his father in disgust.
"Okay, that's a 'no' then. Carry on.”