TWW ~ The Original Sinners by @tiffanyreisz
Let’s do the time warp again!
Last year at this time I was embarking on one of the most exceptional journeys I’ve ever been on …
The Original Sinner Sinners series by Tiffany Reisz.
If you are a romance lover (especially erotic) you’ve probably taken this journey as well.
If not – don’t waste another minute!
Let’s reminisce ….
What an absolutely amazing book! Beautiful … stunning … fabulous … incredible … masterpiece … I could go on & on
I am still stunned … not certain I’ve fully processed it all. There is so much intelligence in the way this story is written. The emotional and intellectual complexity is staggering & is coupled with some of the most erotic moments possibly ever written.
Completely shocked …
Completely heartbroken …
Completely and utterly in awe …
Thank you Tiffinay Reisz for creating such a wonderful work of art.
OMG!!! That ending .. can’t get over it! I know most readers will think me crazy, but I’m a huge Wesley fan – love his devotion … anyhow … I loved this even more than the first.
Michael & Griffin were amazingly sweet as well. Wonderful suspense building in this installment .. definitely edge-of-my-seat type reading.
No time for a full review – I’m behind on my reading challenge! & really want to get o with the next book!
Love every little nuance of this book. My favorite of the series so far.
Wesley is still my fav character – he is perfection … but I certainly have gained a deeper appreciation for Kingsly. Nora however … lost a little of her charm for me in this one. I think maybe I’m just jealous because of Wes – LOL!
This series has quickly worked it’s way to the top of my best-of-the-best list & I have officially joined the ranks of the hard core Tiffany Reisz fans!
Not my favorite in the series … but, damn! What a crazy, wild ride that was! So much tension and angst and danger and insanity and steamy …. I could go on and on and on ….
Love this series!
This is still one of my all-time favorite series …. you’ll have to ask Amy about the continuation (The Whit Years), since I haven’t read them yet … but I do have it slated for my reading list this year.