The Original Sinners series, book 1 – Mills & Boon
What they say:
‘There are some books you never forget.
Some stories that can change your world.
This is one of them.
Author Nora Sutherlin thought she knew everything about being pushed to your limits. But in a world where passion is pain, nothing is ever that simple. Now Nora must face up to the choices she has made… and to the man she left behind. A story about discovering who you really are… and who you want to be, The Siren is a love story that will leave you bruised, shaken and begging for more.’
What we say – review by Charlotte Foreman:
I love Mills & Boon. I’ve read their books for years and adore the whole girl meets boy, fluffy, passionate romance. However, The Siren is not your stereotypical M&B. From the Blaze collection, The Siren is a deep exploration into the lives of three people, two of whom carry some seriously emotional baggage. Nora is one of the most fascinating female protagonists I have ever come across; she’s feisty, strong and beautiful, with a superior intelligence and drive – I wanted to be her, minus the floggers and spreaders!
Throughout the book runs the underlining question of what exactly happened between Zach and his estranged wife, but the other storylines completely absorb you, until you are reminded of this mystery as a delightful afterthought. However, the real heart of the story revolves around the issues of having someone change your life forever, and then letting that person go, no matter what the personal cost.
It’s as naughty as it is emotional, with Reisz really delving deep to bring the reader a collection of characters with such depth it’s hard not to connect with them. The involvement of S&M is somewhat educational, it’s a fascinating look into a world not many people understand – and included a religious reference that is very clever, if not extremely plausible. The sexual scenes are erotic and brutal, and Reizs has an excellent talent of creating an almost palpable sexual tension between her characters. Trust me this is no 50 Shades, it’s infinitely better.Click Here To Buy This Book – UK Click Here To Buy This Book – US