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  • Paperback: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Mills & Boon (5 Oct 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0263905772
  • ISBN-13: 978-0263905779
  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 2.5 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (192 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 231,724 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Tiffany Reisz lives in Lexington, Kentucky with her boyfriend and two cats (one that may or may not be the Anti-Christ). She graduated with a B.A. in English from Centre College in Danville, Kentucky and is making both her parents and her professors proud by writing erotica under her real name.

Tiffany has six piercings, one tattoo, and has been arrested twice. When not under arrest, Tiffany enjoys Latin Dance, Latin Men, and Latin Verbs. She dropped out of a conservative southern seminary in order to pursue her dream of becoming a smut peddler. Johnny Depp's aunt was her fourth grade teacher. There is little to nothing interesting about her.

If she couldn't write, she would die.

www.tiffanyreisz.com/storytime
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Dazzling, devastating and sinfully - Author Miranda Baker
Stunning. One of the best novels I have ever read. I am simply in awe and feeling richer for the experience. - Good Reads Reviewer on The Siren
This book made me feel everything. - Author Courtney Milan on The Siren
This book was intense, heart-wrenching, sweet, and above all...beautiful. Get The Siren. You won t be disappointed.! - Amazon Reviewer on The Siren
A heartbreakingly beautiful novel that unfurls like a flower...with thorns. The characters are brilliant, the prose is brilliant, Tiffany Reisz is brilliant. - Amazon Reviewer on The Siren
The Siren was absolutely flawless, a stunning piece of written work. This story will haunt me for a very long time. - --Amazon Reviewer on The Siren

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Wee Shubba on 11 Nov 2012
Format: Paperback
I enjoyed The Siren (book 1) but I didn't love it. The Characters annoyed the hell out me but the plot and the darkness was intriguing. So I was pleasantly surprise that I actually almost loved The Angel. It is even darker, even sexier and I actually liked the characters in this one.

The Siren was all about Nora and her story. The Angel was Soren and MIchael's stories. Soren is such an interesting and quite scary character. He isn't in book 1 much so we don't really get to know him to like him. But in The Angel we learn about him and his past and I think I may have feel in love with him just a little bit! I couldn't help it. He is all about being in control and having power but I liked it ;) Everyone seems to be drawn to him whether they liked him or not. And here comes the spoiler from the previous book. In book 1 we find out Soren is a Catholic Priest! I personally didn't find that shocking but I know people will. And when we learn about his past he is perfect at being a priest. He is devoted to God, he wants to help people so who cares that he has a kinky sex life with Nora? He loves her, he loves God. He isn't hurting anyone who doesn't want to be hurt. I have always said priests should be able to have relationships, just like reverend and vickers. That is just my personal opinion though!! Don't shoot me!!

Now, Michael, aw sweet Michael, he is introduced briefly in book 1. Soren saved Michael, after Michael tries to kill himself because he has submissive urges. So Nora takes him under her wing and trains him as a Sub. Michael really grows within the story. He finds out who he is and begins to love himself for it. And learns that just because he is doesn't want a "vanilla" sex life, it doesn't make him abnormal, that he is perfectly normal to have a kinky and safe sex life.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By KITTEN on 25 Sep 2012
Format: Paperback
How I wish I could give more than 5 stars, this book is so delicious that if I could, I would eat it.

YOU ABSOLUTELY MUST READ THE SIREN FIRST, before any of the books in the 'original sinners' series.

This is the continuing story of Eleanor (Nora) and Soren, the 'world famous' dominatrix and her priest. The 'Angel' is Nora's name for Michael a very troubled young man who is 'given' to Nora for a night and then a summer at 'Griffin' Fisk's, palatial home.

We learn so much more about the sadist Soren, his background and his devotion. About Nora and her troubled past that shaped her. Soren has to send Nora away as he in line to be a Bishop and the clerical spotlight shines his way. Nora is sent with Michael to begin his training as a submissive and at Griffin's home, Michael and Griff begin to very gently and beautifully fall in love. With instalments from the incredibly sexy Kingsley and a reporter who is determined to 'dig the dirt' on Soren. The only one missing until the very end of the book is Wesley although Nora refers to him often.

I just closed the final page and feel so 'in' the story that it may take a day or two for my thoughts to become once again my own. It's the wonderful, rich and colourful characters, the depth of the story from each main character's perspective, the beautifully woven relationships, the emotional range these characters feel and of course the erotic, beautiful, damaging, liberating sex that occurs frequently throughout.

The sex contained in this book is explicit and includes some knife play which some may find disturbing. This is a book based on characters who indulge in kinky sex including multiple partners, rough handling, same sex relationships including anal sex and all aspects of BDSM.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By suziq on 13 Nov 2012
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Ok I've finished the first two books (the Siren & the Angel) and cannot wait for my pre ordered third book 'the Prince' to be released on the 20th of November. Why? Soren of course! In the Siren we meet Nora, a heroine who is not a virgin, gasp; she is an adult woman who actually likes sex, hurrah! She is a strong female lead who has a complex life with lots of emotions involved. I adore all of her men (intellectual Zach, beautiful Wesley, hot Griffin & sweet Michael) but it is Soren I love the most and it is in 'the Angel' that we finally get to really meet him. He is the best of all the angst ridden, damaged Doms that are sweeping the zeitgeist because he actually loves Nora from the beginning and theirs is a relationship of equals (as much as a Dom/Submissive relationship ever can be). Their love affair is beautiful, complex and fragile so I'm really hoping they get a HEA as it would be the perfect end to the best love story I've read in this new genre....
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By Vickyvee on 1 Aug 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
5 amazing stars! This book proves to me that this series doesn’t live from one book to the next, but is actually a well-thought, well planned story about several people that has been written into instalments. In book one the main focus was on Nora and Zach, with lots of information on their own individual backgrounds and how other characters like Soren, Wes, Kingsley, Griffin etc etc to complete the story. In this book, The Angel, the main focus is on Nora and Michael, a 17 year old boy whom she met in book 1 when he was just 15. If you haven’t read book 1 and don’t want to read spoilers, then its best to not read this review!
So…..the book picks up about a year after Nora goes back to Soren after ending her friendship/relationship/whatever-you-call-it with Wes. The main part of the story centres on an anonymous fax sent to a journalist – Suzanne, which lists the names of priests that are up for review to become the next bishop. Next to one of those names is a side note – <i>‘Possible conflict of interest’</i>, and yes, you’ve guessed it, that name is Soren’s. This sends Suzanne into a frenzy of investigation, assuming this ‘conflict’ has to be something sexual in nature since her own brother committed suicide after he was sexually abused by a priest.
As a result of the nomination to become the next big-wig and the subsequent media-interest, Soren sends Nora off to Griffin’s house, with Michael in tow with the instructions that she is to train him as a submission. Nora of course is reluctant to leave Soren for so long, but ultimately trusts that he knows what he is doing. With the knowledge that if Soren does get offered the promotion, she wouldn’t be able to see him again, she takes Michael to Griffin’s (the bisexual-playboy-trust-fund-kid) huge mansion outside of the city.
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