Review: Tiffany Reisz's "The Virgin (The Original Sinners: White Years # 3)."
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For years, Kingsley Edge warned Eleanor the day would come when she, the mistress of a well-respected Catholic priest, would have to run and hide. She always imagined if that day came she'd be running away with Søren. But instead, she's running from him.
Knowing Søren and Kingsley will their use their influence to bring her back, Eleanor alone, penniless and scared takes refuge at the one place the men in her life cannot follow: the abbey where her mother has taken orders. Behind the cloistered gates of the convent, Eleanor hides from the man she loves and hates in equal measure
She cannot, however, hide from her true nature. When Eleanor befriends a young virginal nun, she faces a startling sexual awakening. But Eleanor can't stay forever, and the lure of her real life beckons beyond the locked gates. But to follow her fate means to leave Kyrie behind, a sacrifice Eleanor refuses to make
The lure of the forbidden. The temptation to sin. The price of passion has never been higher, and Eleanor will have to pay it if she ever wants to go home again.
Tiffany Reisz has continued to keep me captivated throughout each book from "The Original Sinners" series with my love for her entertaining stories and amazing characters not wavering once. In fact with each new book, I have found myself falling more and more in love with the fascinating characters that Tiffany has created. If anyone needs an example of how to keep a reader's interest throughout many books, this is the series that I would recommend reading. It has been an enchanting journey so far and "The Virgin" was yet another book that met all of my hopes and expectations.
He is a wolf on a leash and that leash might break someday.
"The Virgin" was a gem of a story that I absolutely loved reading and is a must for all Original Sinners fans. In this instalment, Tiffany Reisz shared the tale of the time when Eleanor left Søren and found herself seeking shelter at her mothers convent. This story wasn't just about Eleanor's sexy adventures at the convent though. Whilst reading this book, I also discovered the reasons behind Eleanor's disappearance and why she had left the man that she had given her life to for so long. To be transported back in time to discover what had happened between Kingsley, Eleanor and Søren many years ago was just wonderful. I loved every minute and I relished being given the opportunity to gain more information about their past.
She'd spent the past ten years of her life trying to get to him.
Would she spend the rest of her life trying to get away from him.
Eleanor's time in the convent was just as sexy and forbidden as I had imagined. Her affair with Kyrie was a tale of passion, lust and love and for the first time, she had been given the chance to be the dominant one in the relationship. Eleanor delighted in the experience that she shared with Kyrie. Not only was Kyrie learning about her own sexual desires but Eleanor was too. Her experience with Kyrie was a game changer for her, leading her to become the person that she was when I first met her in "Little Red Riding Crop".
For years she'd been doing everything Kingsley and Søren told her to do. Go here.
Do this. Spread for him. Suck me here. Stand there and take it and take it
and take it and take it...Time to give as good as she got.
This story was full of surprising delights that I was overjoyed to discover. I was so excited to read these unexpected parts of the story and I was left even more enlightened to the history of the series' characters. I don't want to give anything away but if you love the Original Sinners as much as me, you will not be disappointed. I adored reading these tales and when I reached the final few chapters, I was even more thrilled by what had materialised. I felt like I had been reunited with some long lost friends!
"It's a miracle, isn't it? After all we put each other through
that we're still together. All of us. A fucking miracle."
As a huge fan of this series, I have truly taken each one of the characters to heart. I adore them and even thinking that this series is now drawing to a close fills me with sadness. I can now see how the series is beginning to come full circle on itself as Tiffany shares the events of Kingsley, Søren and Eleanor leading up to where the series began with "The Siren". No stone is being left unturned as Tiffany Reisz continues to enchant me with the lives of the Original Sinners.
They had come so far together. She couldn't wait to see where they went next.
"The Virgin" gets ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ from me!