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on 10 September 2013
After reading the 1st book in this series is was looking forward to this book and it didn't disappoint me, it is better then the first.

I still Love Nora, Soren is even more scary although you get to know him more in this and understand why he his like he is.

When I finished this I was so glad I didn't have to wait for the 3rd book to be released, the ending in this is brilliant. I really hope these two get the happy ending but I'm not sure they will.
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on 4 April 2013
And so we're back with Nora and her life in the world of BDSM, although the story doesn't focus so heavily on the writer but instead probes the lives of others around her. Michael, the young mixed up kid from book one, features prominently in this next instalment. For him the story is a coming of age journey where the tortured teen strives to become comfortable in his own skin. It's a potential minefield to include someone so young in an erotic storyline, especially one with such a strong Dom/sub theme, but Reisz writes with such a confident elegance that Michael simply belongs in the book. Griffin is also reintroduced to the reader and you get to see a more personal side to the rich playboy that is sure to win him a legion of fans.

Nora and her `Master' are separated for the majority of the book, but Søren still exerts his power over the sexy protagonist. More of the Priest is slowly revealed and it's strangely pleasing to see how he does genuinely care about Nora, Kingsley and his parish. The reader is also privy to some pretty shocking revelations that go a long way in explaining why Søren is `Søren.' All-in-all The Angel is a perfect sequel.

Review by Charlotte Foreman on behalf of BestChickLit.com
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on 17 October 2012
I loved The Angel, but discovered half way through that there was a prequal to this, so I quickly downloaded it, put angel on hold read The Siren and then continued.
After Fifty shades I'd been in search of more sexy reads but was looking for a little more integrity and intriguing characters with real depth, I found what I was looking for in The Original Sinners series.
Each book takes you to different experiences but stays loyal to each character whilst exploring their vunerabilities,their lust and their limits.
I love Nora the heroine, she is feisty, funny and intelligent but also has a big heart. The other characters are equally interesting and I found I adored them all and I love it when characters reappear from previous stories.
I also recomend reading the Spice Briefs by Tiffany Reisz as you get to see familar characters in their own spin off stories.
I love the way Tiffany Reisz writes and can't wait for Book 3.
Seven Day Loan (12 Shades of Surrender Series)Little Red Riding Crop (Spice) (Prequel to The Siren: Book 1 in The Original Sinners series)The Siren (Spice) (The Original Sinners: Book 1)
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on 20 February 2013
Reading THE ANGEL is catching up with your favourite people. Nora, Søren, Kingsley, and Michael were vivid from the start (THE SIREN), and we uncover more about each of them here. The characters evolve in different ways, and will probably change again in the next instalment. Nora, who's kept what she wanted, but still laments what might have been. Søren, who micromanages potential controversy like a pro, bringing faith back to the faithless. Kingsley, who keeps his cards close to his chest, and who may not get the happy ending he wishes. And Michael, who gets everything he wanted, and more.

As much as they all feel familiar, there's always much more to unveil - especially about Søren. Tiffany Reisz is a master of teasing, revealing, and concealing at exactly the right moments. There's plenty of suspense and real drama, with the emotion matching the action in its vividness. I'm hesitant to start THE PRINCE, as THE MISTRESS's release is still five months away. But I love the world, I love the characters (well, not Wesley), and I love the storytelling. If you're not already hooked on the Original Sinners, get on board - it's a ride you won't forget.
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on 23 January 2013
Jaw dropping, Exciting, Romantic, Emotional, Frustrating, Mind blowing, how else can i describe this book in words, there are way to many but FUDGE what a mega book! I have to go on record and say i have fallen in love with Griffin and Mick and they have a space in my heart forever. We had a fix of everyone in The Angel and i was grateful for that. Finding out the history of Soren and his family was..... WOW thats what it was. My heart raced at some points, i cried, my jaw fell to the floor in many parts and a cold shower was needed in others! I loved the relationship between Griffin and Mick and i was routing for them from the get go and lucky for us Soren had faith! Also lucky for us a certain Tiffany Reisz decided she wanted to put pen to paper for a living and create a world that i never want to give up or leave! Mistress Tiffany..... Simply.... Thank you.

"I want to own you" Griffin whispered into Michael's ear. Michael smiled and for the first time in his life knew exactly what to say and how to say it. "You already do"

"Can I call you Mick? Michael's too formal. I'm not formal. You're lucky I've even got pants on today."
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on 10 October 2012
I've just finnished The Angel for the second time. I loved The Siren, but this book is better. I suppose it's because we know the background of the characters, so there's no explaning to do. The thing is, I love Nora but she's all me me me, she dosen't think about the people around her. The thing with Kingsley and Soren is so heart wrenching you can feel it coming off the page. The end of the book when Soren says, If you have any mercy in your dark heart walk don't run, I wanted to cry for him (yes before you ask I know It's a book lol).
I've never read a gay sex scene before and I truly didn't know how I'd feel about reading one, but the relationship with Michael and Griffin is so pure and decent and loving it was a pleasure to read. I love that Griffin has fallen in love and I love that Michael has finally found the love he was craving for and the aceptence of his mother. Oh by the way I would have kicked his dad's arse! I don't know how I feel about the end of this book, I do love Wesley but I honestly don't think he'd be enough for Nora.
Can't wait for The Prince, I'm counting down the day's, I'm sure Tiffany Reisz won't dissapoint!
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on 28 September 2012
Absorbing and addictive. I loved this even more than the first book. Nora is back with Soren but Soren sends her away for the summer with Michael, the angel of the title. The summer is to be spent training Michael in his role as submissive with Griffin at his family's summer home. Soren in the meantime is left to deal with a reporter who is trying to dig up dirt on the sexiest priest in USA. There are brief references to Wesley but it is clear that the main Wesley's story is going to be book 3.

This book felt a bit more conventional than Siren. It also felt more relationship based. The literary device of Nora's writing telling part of the story was not present. Instead the device of the reporters investigation enabled the author to delve and explain more of Nora and in particular Soren's past.

I was unsure how I felt about Soren in the last book but here he is fleshed out much more and I'm not sure what to expect or to want from the final book. I just know I want to read it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 9 June 2013
Not going to give you a synopsis...buy it and give the writer her dues.
If you've read anything else she has written you will love it.
I acted the cliffhanger...I'm all about instantaneous gratification, but sadist that she might be...it wasn't to be.
I just really hope Nora does the right thing.....
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on 8 February 2013
This is the 2nd book in the Nora Sutherland adventures. Without giving too much away, this book is based upon a reporter trying to snoop on a story, but what the reporter doesnt realise is that they are barking up the wrong tree. The story from the first book gives you the bare bones, this book starts to add meat to it, which makes the book all the more interesting for the story and the charachters.
What i most like about these books, is that the main charachter maybe Nora, but the other charachters within the book have their own storyline which makes the book so interesting and real that you want to keep on reading till the end, and even then you still want more.
Tiffany Reisz is one of those authors that i stumbled on, but i would totally recommend her to anyone who wants a bit of kink, great story and makes you hooked on each person within the book
Brilliant
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on 29 October 2012
The Siren was excellent but the Angel was even better. Pure escapism! Just got totally lost in the story and the characters. You could not predict what was going to happen. A softer more loving side of Soren is portrade yet still remains dark and controlling. And at last we find out why Nora left him all those years ago. Her character is so strong yet so weak at the same time. She is sassy with the whole world yet allows herself to be completely controlled by him. What he does to her (physically) is not love, yet he does love her unconditionally. It is so cleverly written, I could discuss the characters for hours - It would make an excellent A level series to study, can you imagine!!

So looking forward to The Prince. Will there be a happy ending? It can't be happy for everyone...
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