Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
|Print List Price:||£9.99|
Save £6.00 (60%)
The Red: An Erotic Fantasy Kindle Edition
Customers who bought this item also bought
Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
Top customer reviews
The Red didn't disappoint, it kept me wondering what was coming next...what would Malcolm do next!! Although supernatural isn't normally something I enjoy, Tiffany has a way of pulling me in.
Well done Tiffany another fabulous story xxxxx
Mental pornography (best kind) at its finest but with romantic undertones between Mona and Malcolm that make you yearn for that connection to be completed.
A big 5* for The Red and for the author, who remains a permanent favourite.
If you are looking for The Siren type books this is not one of them. A little too much sex (yes i know, weird).
However this is still a good story, just wished the ending wasn't so rushed.
Flipping heck. Long train journeys are ace, because I read this book in a day and I'm laughing at the ending and I'm hot, hot, hot from the words.
Karen's tip for perfect enjoyment of this book....whatever electronic device you have, check out the paintings. I am a book whore totally but on the side I love art. Not the modern stuff that looks like a dirty bedroom or a pile of bricks, but the Monet, Manet, Renoir, Turner, Degas, Picasso, Cezanne type of art. The Red flicked my switch. Chapter headings reference paintings - look at the art, read the chapter. The sensory journey is key to the enjoyment of this book.
Mona Lisa, no less, needs financial help to save her mother's art gallery. Malcolm appears with a rescue plan. One year. She will be his whore. His to use in every way. And oh my God he delivers and delivers and delivers. I think he took viagra. The Man is a machine - nymphs serviced, I'll say no more.
In years to come there will be papers written on this book. Discuss - why did Tiffany choose those particular works of art? If you could choose a painting to be in, which would that painting be? I would like to be the Lady of Shalott by John William Waterhouse because she is stunningly beautiful (I know it will end badly.)
I think The Red is a masterpiece. Written with Tiffany Reisz style of no nonsense, tell it as it is. Fists, spanks, instruments in orifices, DP. Dream or reality? That is the question.
Tomorrow I am going to visit the art gallery, I need to see the fingers in oil, the whisper of a brush, the heart on a canvas.
In all my years, I have never read a story quite like this one. Firstly, I went in blind which in hindsight, wasn't such a good idea--or was it? My shock was as such that I couldn’t believe my eyes! Me, who doesn’t do fantasy or paranormal, was reading just that and had nothing to compare it with. Actually, since I don't think this standalone is comparable with any other, I didn’t know whether to carry on or DNF. But my curiosity won hands down and once I got into it, there was no stopping me. It’s neither too long nor too short and the well-balanced chapters are distinguishable scenarios. Actually, little imagination is needed for one to get the impression that they're watching a theatrical play, the chapters being acts.
It always worries me when authors are overly descriptive with their characters’ actions and surroundings in a story. More often than not, scenes read heavily and I quickly lose interest. But this was not the case because what Ms Reisz created, I loved. Her writing style has a poetic touch to it; the vocabulary--picturesque and she’s given the book a ‘romanticism’ feel to it. Therefore the scenery is easy to imagine, especially if you’re a lover of fine art. Fantastical erotism is woven into a plot set in The Red, an art gallery in dire straits. I really liked the heroine, Mona Lisa St. James. Yes, her name is a tad peculiar but her deceased mother was a passionate woman who had a great love for anything arty. Mona’s inherited her mother’s open-mindedness and is often in her thoughts. Clearly, this was one of the reasons she was mentioned so much in the book. Another one caught me off balance towards the end; a twist of sorts that I never expected, leaving me grinning from ear to ear.
In love or in lust.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
I never thought I'd give Tiffany a one star review. I'd read her grocery lists with glee, and to be honest, they'd be better than this. Read morePublished 2 days ago by User123
The Red is complex and intriguing. And it's also not what you think. Somehow it had a feel of old erotic novels, particularly Emmanuelle.
As you may guess, I liked it. Read more
I just loved this book such a dark,hot and steamy read,i could not put it down.Such a good book cannot wait to try more from this author.Super story and well written go get it.Published 4 days ago by Poppy
Mona Lisa St. James is offered a lifeline to save The Red art gallery from closure. The catch is she has to submit to the desires of a mysterious, handsome stranger. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Jenny_Indigo
The Red, An Erotic Fantasy, Tiffany Reisz
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
I love Tiffany Reisz' stories, so well... Read more