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The Saint (Mills & Boon Spice) (The Original Sinners: The White Years, Book 1) by [Reisz, Tiffany]
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4.8 out of 5 stars 575 customer reviews
Book 1 of 4 in The Original Sinners- The White Years (4 Book Series)

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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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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3036 KB
  • Print Length: 443 pages
  • Publisher: Mills & Boon; 1 edition (27 May 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FBFJX7A
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 575 customer reviews
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Well… if I hear the word imperious spoken in real life, I may just have to scream. Choose another adjective Ms. Reisz! I’m overloaded on it.

Soren's God complex in this one peed me off a little and I have to say, I began reading with a fear the "White Years" might not provide any new information but would merely be regurgitations of stuff we learned about in the "Red Years". In this book, however I actually began to see a new side to Elle/Nora while reading about what an utter pig her father was. A lot about her has begun to make sense.

This series is so, so heavy on the history that you do begin to wonder which bit of which part of their lives you've read in which book. It all gets tangled up. I noticed a continuity issue or two and forgave them because this is such a long series. I’m really sticking with these books because I want to know how it ends, but I skipped some sections, I admit.

I rolled my eyes during some of the scenes, like where Elle is fooling around with another student at college. Yeah she did it, but I didn’t need the deets. Also, when she's with Nico… I didn’t care for the sex scenes in this book. I mostly enjoyed the tender moments Soren and his Eleanor shared, such as the funeral and the moment he finally tells her he loves her. Little bits like that were good but overall, I found this book slow and lacking the same expansive dynamics of the "Red Years". I guess I was lucky to find this series at a time when all the books were out and available to read one after the other. This is also proving to be a con though too – because the books are all beginning to feel very samey. The "White Years" seems to be taking readers down the path of "yes, you did interpret all this stuff correctly… but here it is just in case you wondered…"

I wonder who pushed for more books, the agent or publisher?
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I always want to cry when I get to the end of an Original Sinners book. Cry because it so fantastic. Cry because I'm sad I finished. With this one I also cried because there is only one left.

As always the writing is superb. I laughed and gasped in equal measure. The Virgin contains the BEST scene ever written. Nora's birthday in the back of the Rolls Royce! EPIC.

The book starts on a dark and stormy night in a castle in Scotland on the eve of a wedding. I had pondered in advance of getting the book, and in fact all the way through, as to who the bride and groom might be. Tiffany kept me guessing right to the end.

Men in kilts never really did that much for me but Kingsley and Soren in a kilt, hell to the yes. Two scenes with King and Soren in kilts are fantabulous. After I write my review I will fall into the warp hole that is Instagram or Pinterest - maybe even Tumblr too to look at pictures of sexy men in kilts.

The Virgin is in a similar vein to the other sinners books in that it is a recounting of past events. In this case it is the telling of what happened in THAT year, when Nora left and went to live at the convent with her mother. The story passes between what happened to Nora at the convent and what happened to Kingsley in Haiti. The reason for her and King's departure is explained.

There is very little Soren this time. I actually felt a bit sorry about that, even though I didn't like him when I started this epic journey with the Siren. I've grown fond of his wit.

On that note, about Tiffany Reisz she writes with great wit. The words - from it was a dark and stormy night - to a dominatrix's work was never done are perfection in black and white.
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Written differently to the first, this was a much swifter read with the pages turning faster. The Siren asked the reader to ingest and then stop whereas this one had more pace. I have to say, I missed Zach Easton and the fog he brought in the first book. I was sad that I invested in Zach only for him to be missing from this book. The Siren felt more of a literary novel with Zach hovering in the background and it was so cleverly done. I also missed Wesley in this one. I was happy we got to know Soren a little more in The Angel but I wasn’t as in awe with this book as I was with the first.

I’m in a personal quandary about whether I want to continue with this series. The thing is, there are six more books and all the shorts in between to explore too! I know some readers love this aspect - really getting underneath the skin of every, single character. Sometimes in The Angel, however… I was wishing for something more. There's so much attention to detail, so many memories, but sometimes I almost skipped some of the mental flashbacks to get back to the story. Griff and Mick's story was sweet but nowhere near as interesting as other relationships forming in these books and the part with Nora and Michael in the bathroom was a little thrown in (the teenager had just realised his love for someone else but then slips inside her instead!). I guess this is where these books are becoming a challenge but for me - I just found that a stumbling block to plot progression.

The Sinners series continues to arouse the senses, the hottest scene in the book a threesome. Sex isn't sacred in these stories and I've already begun to wonder… what is sacred? The words on the page are always beautifully written, the attention to detail fantastic and yet I’m just wondering… can I stay eight books? I think I will take a break before continuing the series and come back with fresh eyes.
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