The Original Sinners series, book 3 – Mills & Boon
What they say:
‘One man taught her to love She left her old life for him. Now Nora is torn in two. Wanting to fit into this new, innocent relationship, yet relentlessly hungering for her darker self…and Søren, the man she left behind.
One man taught her to obey While Nora’s trying on innocence for size, Søren is stepping ever further into decadence, determined to block out the agony of watching Nora walk away. Will she ever choose to return to their life of glorious, addictive sin? Which man would you crave?’
What we say – review by Charlotte Foreman:
Be still my beating heart . . . Wesley, virginal vanilla Wesley, comes back to Nora as they try to give their love a chance. It’s challenging for the reader to actually decide which outcome they’re rooting for, as there’s equal amounts of pain and pleasure no matter what the characters choose. But it’s good to have Wesley back, having him on his home turf and letting Nora cloud his judgment. It’s been a very long time since I’ve been this invested in a fictional relationship!
The book splits its pages between Nora/Wesley and Søren/Kingsley, the latter being in both the past and the present. The story of how the two became lifelong friends is both brutal and shocking, but strangely compelling. Be warned, The Prince contains very graphic violent sexual scenes between Søren and Kingsley, but if you can look past this there is a real connection between the two that runs extremely deep – and is possibly at the root of the whole series. Reisz ramps up the mystery, finally revealing the identity of the file thief, but ends the book on such a cliffhanger that I wanted to give her a good beating myself!Click Here To Buy This Book – UK Click Here To Buy This Book – US