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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Little Red Riding Crop is a free short story that can be downloaded from Tiffany Reisz's website. Although this is a prequel to her debut novel The Siren and can be read before the book I'd recommend reading the novel first so you already have a feel for the characters. As you can probably tell by the title the story is a bit of a play on Little Red Riding Hood and I certainly want to know more about Big Brad Wolfe!

Nora is a popular Dominatrix who works in Kingsley's underground BDSM club but that doesn't allow for much time off. Desperate for a break Kingsley promises her a month long holiday in Europe is she does him one small favour. All she has to do is sneak into a rival club and find out who is the elusive owner.

Anyone who has already read The Siren will love finding out a bit more about Nora's past and it was also great to see a bit more of Kingsley. I'm incredibly intrigued by Brad though and really hope we get to see more of him in the series! Fans of Tiffany Reisz will know to expect some scorching sex scenes and as they're taking place in a BDSM club you won't be surprised to hear they're a little on the kinky side. I am so in love with these characters that I can't get enough of them so this was a fab addition to the series. I can't wait to read the rest of the free stories that are already available on Tiffany's website!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 16 August 2012
Having read "The Siren" I couldn't wait to read this. The story wasn't quite was I was expecting. I was hoping for an insight into her past but it was more of an insight to what Nora really wanted even if she can't see it for herself. I hope in the next books we get to read about Brad some more - he sounds perfect unlike Soren!

Excellent read all the same - can't wait for "the Angel" which is supposed to be out 25.09.12
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 24 September 2012
This is a novella featuring Nora and Brad of a rival club to Kingsley's. You should read this before 'The Siren' but check out Tiffany Reisz's website to read all of the 'original sinners' series in order - I think that's imperative as this is a long running tale of these fascinating people who live an 'alternative' lifestyle.

I adore TR's work, it's on auto-buy for me - the woman is an extremely naughty but immensley talented writer and you know we love the naughty ones!!!

This book contains bdsm, references to a fairy-tale, a very frustated dominatrix and a very yummy dominant club-owner.

Loved it.
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I will hold my hands up and admit I don't normally read erotica, but a bet was laid before me by @Geek_Queen_Gem and I took it. I agreed to read this if she would read Dreams by Dani Sacerdoti.
Luckily this novella was quite short at 32 pages so I didn't have to blush for too long. To be honest, I found the tale quite amusing - I have never ever come across submissives and dominants before, a whole new world laid before me.
It is a really quick story and is presently free on Amazon as it's a prequel to the Siren series which I am told is not full to the brim with sex and does have a really good story to it. Little Red Riding Crop, if you hadn't guessed, follows along the lines of the children's classic tale, Little Red Riding Hood. My mind still boggles over the fact I just read an erotica story based on a children's book and I'm not sure I am comfortable with it.
The main character Nora, is struggling in this book. She is struggling with her identity and looks to change it. Within the story she was the only character that stood out but then this is only a short book, so the characters don't really have time to shine.
So an interesting taster to whet your appetite for the Siren series. Will I be purchasing the first book in the series? Of course!
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on 10 February 2013
Having read The Siren by Tiffany i was interested to find out what this short prequel novella held and i wasn't disappointed Tiffany really does bring the character of Nora out in this and it is a great read either before or after reading the Siren it gives you so much more behind where Nora came from and how she got there. I loved Brad his character that was full of the twists that he had plus his abilities to make Nora do what she doesn't really want to brought a whole new meaning to how i expected him to be. The story-line was that of pre the Siren and it is carried off very well and the writing is as always really good and leaves you not waning to put the book down once you start it. I know i will b looking for more from this author and those that love to read the genre should get out there and give her a try you might just like what you found i know i did. I will be following the rest of the series and this is ideal for those with little time or just want a quite but enjoyable read. So please go check her out and let me know what you think.
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on 21 January 2013
I was looking for something similar to 50 shades, one with a story and not surrounded by obsession or cruelty. I really like Nora's character, it has some spice and a bit of cheekiness. It got me hooked on all 3 books whereby the characters have not only spice but soul. Really felt their pain and their love for one another. Even though Nora is the main character, it is Soren who brought them all together....almost like a unique family. He did take me by surprise at every end of each book
I wish there was a 4th and 5th book, didn't want to let them go
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on 23 January 2013
Within the first few pages it had caught my attention! It is only a short read but it does state this from the beginning so i can't see what the problem is! It gives u little snippets of what has happened in the past which does leave you wanting to find out more especially about the mystery that is Brad! All in all if you have been reading 50 Shades, Gabriel's Inferno then this will fit right in! Luckily we have The Siren to let us find out more! Add these books to your To Be Read List now!!!!
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on 22 February 2013
Little red riding crop (spice) (prequel to the siren)

Dint get that?

It's a taster of Nora the dominatrix...
There's no mention of soren....
And who the hell is brad Wolfe?..... even though he did sound delicious.

It's not worth bothering reading if I'm honest, there isn't nothing wrong with the book as such and as got nice-ish sexy scenes in it just doesn't explain owt like what happened before the siren.

So wouldn't bother!!
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on 20 February 2013
I actually stumbled across this book when I first bought my kindle in November as soon as I began to read Nora had me hooked and wanting more. I had looked at fifty shades of grey and bared to you but none had me more gripped than the original sinners serious. I had this and the siren completed within hours of purchasing then Angel and The Prince came along and words can not explain how much I fell in love with each character. All I can say is bring on July for The Mistress.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 2 January 2013
Nice little prequel to The Siren however it was too short. Left on a cliffhanger and would have loved to have read more!
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