The Original Sinners Series, book 2 – Mills & Boon
What they say:
‘She wanted him…
Nora Sutherlin is hiding. On paper, she’s following her master’s orders and her flesh is willing.
More deeply, more strongly than she’d wanted anyone.
But her mind is wandering to a man from her past, whose hold on her heart is less bruising, but whose absence is no less painful. Instead of letting him make love to her, she d let him go.
This is the story of a summer that proves that love hurts.’
What we say – review by Charlotte Foreman:
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.Click Here To Buy This Book – UK Click Here To Buy This Book – US