The Siren-Tiffany Reisz

The Siren

Tiffany Reisz

Mira, Jul 24 2012, $13.95

ISBN: 9780778313533


In New York City in six weeks editor Zachary “The London Fog” Easton will leave the Royal House Publishing Manhattan office for the Los Angeles branch.  He has one final book to work on, which he prefers not to do as he cherishes art and poetry over Brownian thrillers and porno romances.  Zach agrees to edit popular erotica writer Nora Sutherlin’s latest hot romance, but the Brit places specific demands on the book by an author who hopes for a contract with Royal House who needs her sales in their stable.


She accepts his terms as a chance to prove to the world (and herself) that she can really write.  In Connecticut Zach meets her teenage intern Wesley Railey before he puts the pressure on Nora to write in the style he demands of her.  However, he is attracted to his client but refuses to act on his need though his lower head argues with his upper head that he is being an idiot.  Meanwhile though she wants her editor she knows he remains hung up on his Grace and besides she needs the book more while still having the hots for Soren.


This heated Original Sinners is an intriguing intense psychological erotica starring two flawed protagonists and an interesting support cast.  The BDSM scenes enhance the deep look into what makes rigid Zach and irreverent Nora tick.  Though somewhat stereotyped, fans will relish this fascinating hot tale with the proper climax and the metafiction of a book within a book (fans would appreciate a novella of Nora Sutherlin’s The Consolation Prize).


Harriet Klausner


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