Review: The Mistress by Tiffany Reisz

ImageSneak Peek – Release date July 30, 2013

The Mistress is the fourth book in The Original Sinner’s Series by Reisz.  If you are faint of heart, I can only warn you, don’t dare read them.  These books have just about every sexual scenario you can imagine in a D/s relationship, plus a few you n.e.v.e.r dared imagine…I wasn’t too sure about this one…since I have read the other titles in the series, I was pretty sure I knew what to expect….however, I was wrong!  It didn’t start out slow per say, but it was so different from the other books in the series. I enjoyed it from the start, but I was almost disappointed in everything that was (and WASN’T) happening…

Once I reached the point where I just figured Reisz had decided to take this book in a safer, more vanilla relationship, the floodgates opened…..I reckon Ms Reisz has a bit of a sadist in her as well as her characters! She seriously made us all wait a very long time with a bit of foreplay to get to where we all expected to be in one of her Sinner’s novels! As we gave up hope of this happening, she showed me that she hadn’t really showed anything in her previous novels!  This was a long wait Sinner behavior to occur, but it was by far some of the best Sinner behavior EVER!!!!  I have to say that it was soooooo worth it!

For me, nothing will ever compete to take the place of “The Siren”…it was such an amazing read….however, this one is no doubt my second favorite in the series. I loved hearing more of the background history of the characters and I seriously loved every single word I read about/from Søren…after reading all of the other novels in the series I didn’t think it was possible for me to like him more…..having read this one I now know it was possible for me to LOVE him more….The ending leaves no doubt that this story will continue…but it does leave much doubt as to HOW it will continue….oh my…..Ms Reisz, I am, as always, your adoring fan…..

ARC provided from NetGalley

~Urania

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