The Prince (The Original Sinners #3)
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
***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
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
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
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
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.
…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
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
"Hell is fine. Surely God wants nothing to do with us, anyway."
You know, I’m sitting here not exactly sure where to start with this review. So bear with me while I ramble. I can say as I’ve said before that Tiffany Reisz has a brilliant voice, and I have loved every one of her books in this series, and all of the shorts that involve these characters in this seductive, dark, and alluring world she has created. This is one of the best cast of characters I’ve ever read, Reisz gives each of them th...more
If you're a fan of this series then you'll understand why I can't write a review (or not one good enough to do this book justice)...however I'll grace you with my ramblings, try to keep up!
No sooner do I finish a book by this author and think she can't write anything better...bam, she does it again but 10x better!! WOW was all I could think...and holy effin cliff hanger! She's a sadist because its torture to wait...
Wesley, my dear Wesley...be still...more
“No,” said the little prince. “I am looking for friends. What does that mean–’tame’?” “It is an act too often neglected,” said the fox. It means to establish ties.” -Le Petit Prince
The third book in The Original Sinners series, The Prince, is about The Prince of Kentucky and Le Petit Prince or The Little Princ...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
Søren and Kingsley head North to try to unra...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
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!
OMG! This book was just awesome! And OMG! How could she leave me hanging like this!?!
And now on to the review…
Fans of Tiffany Reisz’s Original Sinners series will adore The Prince. The author’s storytelling abilities are extraordinary. It takes a talented author to take a reader completely out of their comfort zone, yet compel the same reader to keep on reading. There, I said it. I’m not always comfortable with everything I read in this series. I...more
Even though as usual I have billon mixed feelings, this book still doesn’t deserve less than 5 big, kinky, sadist stars.
The story again was so twisted, beautiful, wicked and highly emotional, but above all painful. So much sadness…a beautifully written catastrophe-that’s what it is.
Never thought that I would say this, but Kingsley & Soren, The Prince of the Kinky Underground & the meanest and kinkiest Sadist/Dom of them all, stole the show big time from Nora & Wesley, our famous Swi...more
WHEW! Okay, so for my review I’m going to set it up like the book, in three parts.
This was probably the most beautifully written portion of the entire series to date.
The explanation of the relationsh...more
As soon as I was approved for The Prince, I put down the book I was reading, right in the middle, so I could get my Sinners fix. I was i...more
As reviewed for Read Our Lips! book Blog
Tiffany Reisz is one of the most talented writers putting pen to paper today. Who ever thought a series that mixed Theology, Kinkology and Suspense could work? But it does! And so amazingly! It's sublime. You could say her books are sexual, because hello? But they also are sensual. So, so sensual.
We pick up where The Angel left off. Nora is with her Wesley. So far, we've really only gotten to see the romantic, chivalrous side of Wesley in the series. But i...more
FINALLY... My Review:
Yes, my rating for this book is lower than the other two have been....more
You haven't seen my world. You've got a church. I got a castle. You've got a vow of poverty. I've got more money than God. You can't even be seen in public with her. I can stand in front of a thousand cameras with the whole world watching, and kiss her. - Wes Railey
I would have been an atheist but for you proving to me that both heaven and hell were real, even if they existed only when I was with you. - Kingsley Edge
Heaven and hell became meaningless words to Kingsley. Heaven...more
The author's talent shines in The Prince. Her skill of storytelling is what keeps me pi...more
I am not even going to sit here and lie. This book took me in a whole other direction I would have never dreamed it would go in when I started reading The Siren. In all honesty, will someone tell me who's "love story" I'm reading here? If that's what this mind fuck would be considered.
I started this series 100% Team Zach and 100% anti scary Soren. Now (view spoiler)[ Zach's back with his wife, so no longer around (hide spo...more
Here we go again. This book drained me emotionally completely. If I may quote Her Highness "It was a total mindf*ck". Which now I know, Tiffany is brilliant at it.
When I read first two books, I often wondered, that it could be nice to read a story from one of those darker characters p.o.v. I got what I bargained for and then some, in this book. There wasn't darker place than author could have gone to.
The parts that were written from Kingsley's point of view were absolutely heart...more
Nora believes it was her decision to come down to spend time with Wes. In actuality...more
“You don’t want to go to her.”
“No,” Søren said. “I want to stay with you.”
“Then stay with me. Stay forever.”
I love Kingsley and I really want him to be happy, but this is impossible with Søren. I believe the priest loved him at some point, but people change, Søren changed, and most important: he met his Eleanor, his Little One, his safe word.
“She always comes back to me, Wesley. You know that.”
Søren was cruel in the past, and that's part of why I want some other man/woma...more
Let me begin by saying, Tiffany Reisz's Original Sinners series has quickly become my favorite erotica series. This is not your typical erotica romance. I'm not even sure romance is the correct term to use with this series. Yet there is love, just not in the traditional sense most romance novels are written about. This story is complex, multi-layered, sadistic, endearing, and has ripped my heart out over and over. But I love it. Ms. Reisz has officially put me under her writing spell.
If you’re reading this review, hopefully that means that you have read both The Siren and The Angel. If not, then read no further. Seriously. You will want to start this series at the beginning.
Now, for those who are no doubt as invested in Nora and Soren and the other Original Sinners as I am, I will tell you this: The Prince is everything I had hoped for at the end of The Siren and everything I no longer wanted after The Angel. Because Nora ran. She took of her heels,...more
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Soren hadn't replied, and for that Kingsley had been forever grateful. He knew the answer, but to hear it would have broken the one last unbroken part of his spirit.”
Kingsley raised his chin. Mere inches separated their faces.
“Stop flirting. You know we don’t have time for that.”