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The Prince (Mills & Boon Spice) (The Original Sinners: The Red Years, Book 3) (Original sinner seires) by [Reisz, Tiffany]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 254 customer reviews

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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

This book made me feel everything. - Author Courtney Milan on The Siren

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2727 KB
  • Print Length: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Mills & Boon; 1 edition (20 Nov. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009USMVHI
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 254 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #13,712 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"In all things involving Nora Sutherlin, proceed with caution."

I finished reading The Prince about five minutes ago and am still gathering my thoughts, my sanity and my composure. However, my very first thought after reading the last line was, "Oh you bitch". And yes, that is very much aimed at the author. This book doesn't end so much on a cliff-hanger as it does on a self-destruct button. And just in case Tiffany Reisz is still looking for a blurb for the cover of this book, I'd suggest: `don't read this book unless you already have the sequel'.

And that's enough ranting for now (although I can't promise I won't do some more before I get to the end of this review) so I guess I'd better tell you something about the story in this book.

Nora has left New York and Søren to travel to Kentucky with Wesley. A year and a half apart hasn't been enough for 32 year old Nora and 20 year old Wesley to forget each other and they are going to give being together another try. Things are different this time around though. Wesley, as it turns out, is not the poor struggling student Nora thought he was, but rather the only son of Kentucky horseracing royalty. In fact he was once named "The Prince of Kentucky" in a newspaper article. Nora finds herself transported to a huge estate where Wesley and his parents live in a palatial home, surrounded by endless grounds and numerous stables. Nora's delight at being reunited with Wesley struggles with doubt though. She loves the young man more than she imagined possible, but she can't quite picture herself in a long term vanilla relationship anymore than she can see Wesley succumbing to her more extravagant tastes. And her doubts are only increased by the more than frosty welcome she receives from Wesley's father.
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The Prince is 100% phenomenal! It was outstanding. The best book of the series so far. At first I wasn't sure about it because it is told a little different to the previous two book. But by the end I was in love and blow away.

The Prince is told mainly from Nora's and Kingsley's POV. In this Nora is with Wesley. This made me so happy. I am rooting for these two as couple. They are so sweet and Nora adores Wesley. She is trying to be Vanilla with Wesley and live in his world. However, it's hard for Nora and we see that but she loves Wesley and wants to make it work so much. Wesley, Aw my sweet loving Wesley. He may only be twenty but he is acts so much older. He knows what he wants and that's Nora. He tries to make her see that she can have a happy life with him. But of course nothing in a good book is plain selling. ;)

Kingsley....what can I even say about him. Kingsley is the King of Kink. King of the New York Kinky Underworld. He is all the books but this is the first time we actually learn anything about him and his past. This is definitely his story. When we are reading from his POV, it's told between the past and present. We see how he got to know Soren and learn about their relationship. And what they actually mean to each other. Kingsley, is in love with Soren. Always has been. And in Soren's own way he loves Kingsley aswell. As we learn more about Kingsley, we learn even more about Soren. And I think I love him. He is so broken, tortured. He had a hard life but it has made him who he is now.

The Prince is the best book so far in The Original Sinners series. We get to really get into the heads of the characters a lot more than the previous books. We get to see how some of them became the people they are now.
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Wanted and expected to love this as the first 2 in the series were utterly fab. This one I just found too disjointed as it swapped continually between Nora and Wesleys story, Soren and Kingsley in the past at school and then Soren and Kingsley present day. Just as I was getting into one story it swapped and it felt overly long before I got back to it. Also I struggled a bit with Nora and Wesley. Having looked forward to seeing them together I found I just didn't see it working. There is a lot more insight into Soren and Kingsley and their relationship. Some of it is quite gruesome reading. Will definitely read the next book but hope its more of a cohesive narrative.
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The all-encompassing theme of a prince given the keys to the kingdom threaded through several different storylines in this book; through Kingsley and Soren's back story; through Nora and Wesley in present-day Kentucky and through the current mystery unfolding in 'The North' which Kingsley and Soren are investigating. Tiffany brought these storylines together beautifully but if you don’t like switches between voices and past and present, this book will challenge you, and challenge it intends to do, no doubt - not only with all these strains of plot, but also with the unrelenting blurred lines and all the boundary pushing synonymous with this series.

There's something about the Original Sinners books which exhausts you and uplifts you at the same time. It's hard to pinpoint. These characters don’t live or act like ordinary people but their hopes and fears are at the same time, ordinary. They seek love. Understanding. My heart went out to my prince, my King. Poor, poor Kingsley, I don’t think I've ever read a more devastating tale of unrequited love. What a beautiful, tragic, complex soul. I’m looking forward to reading more about him. (I’m almost tempted to skip to The King to find out more!!!)

Through Wes's eyes, we see Nora, and become more in love with her for that. Through Kingsley, we see Soren, and become more understanding of the priest for that. He's still an odd character for me. Totally admired by all around him but like many other readers, I’m still wary of him and yet I also understand his reticence and need to distance himself from other people.

Going into the last book in the Red Years series, I don’t expect Wes and Nora to last.
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