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  • Paperback: 448 pages
  • Publisher: Mills & Boon; New edition edition (27 May 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0263245985
  • ISBN-13: 978-0263245981
  • Product Dimensions: 12.6 x 2.7 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (144 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 67,780 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 erotic.' - 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

'Been waiting for this book for a while now and it was well worth the wait'.-Amazon Reviewer on The Mistress

'Tiffany is by far my favourite author in this genre - she's taken the fifty shades phenomenon and turned it into an intelligent and gripping read with a few added bonuses.' - Amazon Reviewer on The Mistress

'Fantastic book. A must read......now, where did I put the first one to start all over again :) can't wait'- --Amazon Reviewer on The Mistress

About the Author

Tiffany Reisz lives in Lexington, Kentucky. She graduated with a B.A. in English from Centre College and is making her parents and her professors proud by writing erotica under her real name. She has five 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 seminary in order to pursue her dream of becoming a smut peddler. If she couldn't write, she would die.

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Sarah (Feeling Fictional) TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 30 May 2014
Format: Paperback
I may be a little obsessed with Tiffany Reisz and her Original Sinners, I really can't get enough of this world and the characters she has created. These books are just so addictive and they are always impossible to put down once I've started them. I've loved Nora from the beginning but have had more complicated feelings towards many of the other characters. Soren's sadism terrifies me but he is one of the most brilliant characters I've ever read about, no matter how wary I was of him in the beginning I had grown to love him throughout the previous books but in The Saint I finally understood exactly why Nora is so completely and utterly devoted to him.

Although we've learnt a lot about both Nora's and Soren's pasts in the previous books here we finally get to see the whole tale from the very beginning. The majority of this book is told in flashbacks and we get to see Soren through the eyes of 15 year old Eleanor. In the past I've found it kind of creepy that a 29 year old priest took such an interest in one of his young parishioners but seeing events unfold first hand shows that it really wasn't like that. In fact the relationship between Eleanor and Soren is something special and pure, something that she desperately needed at a time when she had no other person in her life who was there for her no matter what. In the beginning Soren is more of a father figure to her, someone who shows her the right path and steers her away from danger. Yes, the attraction is always there but Eleanor is well beyond her years emotionally and although she constantly pushes Soren for more he always keeps a sensible distance.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Vickyvee on 8 Aug. 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
From the synopsis I expected to be reading from a 15-year old Nora right from the start and it took me awhile to realise that the first couple of chapters are actually from a 36-year old Nora, which takes it to around a few months after the very end of ‘The Mistress’. Nora is running, or more precisely driving through some woods in Europe, but she is running from something. Something has happened to cause her to run from her lover, Soren, and something drastic enough to send her out of the country on her own. What? I had no idea, but a small silver box that she is travelling with has something to do with it. And that’s the frustrating part. At 5% I wanted answers!

She ends up in a log cabin in the middle of nowhere – near Germany, which an unknown friend owns and has allowed her to seek refuge. Just when things couldn’t get less clear, there’s a knock at the door and guess who it is? Since it occurs right at the beginning, I don’t think it’s a spoiler………..

It’s Nico (or Nicolas), Kingsley’s 25 year old son!

And it’s clear that this isn’t the first time they have met. In fact Nora ‘hunted’ him down months previously with the help of Zach Easton and now Kingsley knows about him and has met him at some point. At this stage, after chapter 2, all we know as a reader is that Nora and Nico are acquainted; he has followed her around since she arrived in Europe and knows what she is running from and wants to help. Oh, that and the fact he has a ‘thing’ for older women…….which is great because, as we all know, Nora has a thing for younger men! ;)
At this point I’ll highly recommend reading the four books in the ‘original sinners’ series – ‘the red years’ - before starting this one.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By kerrina on 29 May 2014
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May all tiffany reisz fans sit at her feet for the saint! It is stunning in every sense of the word, if you worshipped nora, soren and kingsley before be prepared because once you start reading you will never want to leave their world!
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At the start of the earlier series - The Red Years - I was one of the few people that seemed to have a love hate relationship with Soren, priest & Father figure, sadist & lover - it all seemed so wrong. Then as the follow on books are read and their stories unfold, Tiffany Reisz leads us deeper and deeper into each of her main and subsidiary character's pasts. Cause and effects that led them to where they all were at the end of The Red Years, well, by this time I had had a complete about turn regarding each character. I had a better understanding of, coma to care for, and even love each of the characters Ms Reisz so carefully and cleverly reveals to us in her twisting, twisted and enthralling story.

So, here I was in The White Years and going back in time to first meetings...some may think oh no, not a rerun of the past...but no, not exactly, here you get the depth as well as breadth of events, the minutiae of events and the ultimate cause and effect on each of their lives...but it seems to try to prepare and lead the reader to a tragedy...and at each twist and turn, the apparent reveal, I found myself saying no, not that, you can't...but writers can and do, they can reveal so you hate, they can reveal so you change your mind, they can reveal so you love and then dash you to the worst case scenario and leave you fearful of reading on and finding the truth.

That is precisely what Ms Reisz has done here. I have shed many tears through this story, tears for Eleanor/Elle/Nora, for Soren, for poor Wyatt and all the poor Wyatt's who end as he, for mothers and father figures. I also stood at a lake once as Nora does and found the scene very emotional for me and cathartic.
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