An erotica-writing dominatrix. A kink-club owning Frenchman.
A priest who leads a double life.
Together, they are the Unholy Trinity
ELEGANT SMUT AT ITS FINEST…
Tiffany Reisz knows how to write smut – Elegant smut that is. Fans of BDSM & erotica will bow down and kiss the boot of Tiffany Reisz’ The Prince, the third book in her Original Sinners series. We learn more and more about this Unholy Trinity. We can relive the joy and pain of all the firsts between Kingsley and Soren: the first time they meet, the first electrical touch and the first kiss.
Wes and Nora have reunited. She is visiting Wes’ world as The Prince of Kentucky (horse breeding country). Nora is no stranger to wealth and opulence. She has had some of the most powerful, uber-rich patrons as clients. However, when she visits The Rails, she is blown away with all the grandeur. For the first time, she realizes the “kid” she shared her home with was not the struggling student. In the meantime, Wes is still a virgin and he introduces her to his parents, with much disdained from his father, Jackson Riley.
Though Kingsley is the King of Kink in New York City, he has long cherished a deep and forbidden love for only one person, Soren. However, while his pet is away with Wes, Kingsley is ready to cast aside his honorable intensions and seduce Soren into taking him as a lover once again to help fill the void and provide a canvas for him to inflict pain, unlike anything he could possible give to Nora.
In this installment, we get a peek behind the curtain of Soren as a teenager – not as a priest. Kingsley meet Marcus (Soren) at St. Ignatius. Soren’s aura stirred a deep attraction within Kingsley immediately. Even as a teenager, Soren demanded obedience and discipline among his peers and Kingsley willingly sat as his feet – literally. This revelation of course makes him a submissive as well as a switch, a fact only the three of them know…himself, Soren and Nora.
Rekindling old fantasies isn’t the only thing to occupy our three sinners. There is a mystery involving arsonists and thieves. We have secrets and a tangled web of relationships for Kingsley, Soren and Nora.
I love this book from beginning to end and I beg all of you to read this series. You get a smart and intriguing twist. It’s funny, sad, tragic, religious and erotic, all in the best possible way. Because it’s so deliriously elegant, your inner bad girl will melt from joy while keeping your emotions buzzing along with the arousal. It’s intensely sensual between Nora and Wes. It’s achingly emotional between Kingsley and Soren.