Friday 23 December 2016

Review: Something Nice - Tiffany Reisz

It's July, a couple months after Nora returns to Søren at the end of THE SIREN, and while in bed, Søren makes a trade with Nora. He'll do something nice for her and she'll do something nice for him. Of course Nora picks something sexual. But Søren surprises her with his "something nice" request. Read the excerpt below to find out what it is.

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The Original Sinners Series:
Seven Day Loan (Novella) (This novella was also released with the title The Gift)
Little Red Riding Crop (Free short story found on the author's website)
Submit to Desire (Novella)
The Last Good Knight (Serialized Novella published in 5 parts)
The Christmas Truce (free short story for the author's newsletter subscribers)
The Siren (The Red Years book 1)
Something Nice (Free short story for the author's newsletter subscribers)
The Angel (The Red Years book 2)
The Prince (The Red Years book 3)
The Mistress Files (Short Story Collection)
The Mistress (The Red Years book 4)
The Saint (The White Years book 1)
The King (The White Years book 2)

Visit Tiffany Reisz's website for more information.

I completely adore the Original Sinners series although I have to confess I've been putting off reading the last couple of books for a long time now because I just don't want the story to be over. I couldn't resist reading Something Nice though. This is a free novella (you'll get a copy by signing up for Tiffany Reisz's website) and it's set just after the end of The Siren when Nora has returned to Soren after a long absence.

Nora is struggling to fit back into her old life, she feels out of place in Soren's world and she's a little lost so Soren does a deal with her, she can have anything she wants from him and in return she has to do something nice for him too. Of course Nora's part of the bargain involves orgasms but she's confused when Soren's request is for her to attend the next church picnic. What follows is a really fun event that helps Nora remember why she always loved attending Soren's church. He gives her a way to reconnect with the parishioners who used to be her friends and helps her to realise that she's made the right decision coming back to him.

I enjoyed every minute of this novella and it just reminded me of how much I love the series. I think it's about time I finally got around to reading the last two books and I'm excited to see how things end for Nora, Soren and all my other favourite characters.

Source: This is a free short story that is sent to subscribers of Tiffany Reisz's newsletter

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