The Mistress by Tiffany Reisz

The Mistress (The Original Sinners: The Red Years, #4) (Original Sinners, #4)

by Tiffany Reisz

She is addictive...irresistible

Nora Sutherlin, Dominatrix-turned-literary-star, is held prisoner by two dangerous men. Under different circumstances she would enjoy this immensely. These men aren't lovers, however, but tools of vengeance from an old adversary. Possessor of the hearts of two men, she plays her hardest hand

But her captor isn't interested in play. Or pity. In Nora's world, however, no one is ever truly powerless. Her friends and lovers will do anything to save her - even if the only certainty seems to be sacrifice and heartbreak. The stakes are high in a dangerous game of love, lust and passion

The Original Sinners Series: The Red Years

Book 1: The Siren

Book 2: The Angel

Book 3: The Prince

Book 4: The Mistress

The Original Sinners continues with The White Years

Book 1: The Saint

Praise for Tiffany Reisz

'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

'This book made me feel everything.' - Author Courtney Milan on The Siren

Reviewed by Cocktails and Books on

5 of 5 stars

The Mistress is the fourth and final installment of the Original Sinners series “The Red years”. If you haven’t read the first three books in the series, go read them. Now. With that said, make sure you make it back to The Mistress. This book is the best out of the four. In The Mistress we find that Nora has been kidnapped by an old enemy of Soren and Kingsley’s. Nora is Keeping herself alive by telling stories of her time with the three most important men in her life. Meanwhile, Wesley, Kingsley and Soren race to the rescue. Will everyone come out of this alive or will someone have to pay the ultimate sacrifice? So, would I recommend this book? Absolutely. Tiffany has a beautiful style of writing, even when Nora is cussing up a storm. I never fully appreciated all of her characters until i read The Mistress. I felt that i really connected with everyone of them. The Mistress is full of emotion. I love this series and I love this book.

Reviewed by Mandy for Cocktails and Books

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