My Date with Sin

A Book Boyfriend….is there such a thing? Is it possible to be so emotionally invested in a fictional book that the characters become more than just words on a page?

These are questions I’ve asked myself over the years.  Pondering such existence usually happened when I’d stumble upon those awe gushing reviews of the newest chart busting novel and its leading man, or when I happened upon whispered conversations- that could be compared to teenage ramblings- down the aisles of my favorite book store.  It was chatter such as this that caused me, on several occasions, to choke my laughter down for fear of a lynch mob forming who will undoubtedly come after me for not being the newest member of the Crazy Club. I swore they were everywhere and I just didn’t get it.

I am a reader- this is not news- and have enjoyed many novels over the years.  I’ve experienced stories that made me laugh and do the ugly cry (yes, there is such a thing and we’ve all done it) over a simple moment in fictional time BUT, I’ve never found one that made me feel like we could be anything more than just Reader and Fiction.  Well, that is until now.

I am here to tell you that yes book boyfriends do exist and yes, I have become one of those crazy women who silently consider what it would be like to meet these all-too-real characters who’ve now taken up residence in my head.

Wait.

Did I just admit that on the internet?! *sigh*

So, now that that’s out there and before the urge to go hide in the corner completely suffocates me, I guess I should introduce you all to MY book boyfriend…Mr. Griffin Fiske.  Isn’t he a dreamboat?  Say “Hi” Griffin. ;)

Griffin

For those of you who have not made his acquaintance don’t worry, it’s not too late. He -and the best cast of Sinners a girl could ask for- will certainly make it worth your while thanks to their creator and genius writer Ms. Tiffany Reisz. The first thing you need to do is grab a copy of The Siren here, (by Tiffany Reisz of course) and then proceed to hold onto your britches because she’s going to blow them away.  And trust me when I say this… you’ll love it and will be begging her for more.

*cough* You’re welcome.

Just leave the pants off next time, they won’t be needed.

Of course once she has you by the short ones, you will have no choice but to consume The Angel and then The Prince.  The good news is, you will survive and I can guarantee that you too will want at least one (if not all) of her Sinners to come along with your shiny new membership card to the Crazy Club. Now, you want to know why the handsomely stunning Griffin is THE best book boyfriend?  He never comes alone. ;)  Enjoy! (I know I certainly did)

7 thoughts on “My Date with Sin

  1. Ooooooh Griff, he is a very good choice… and of course when you get to know the “other sinners” they all take your breath away ! Brad, Wes, Kingsley… Soren – yum! Nice pic. thanks for sharing

    • Believe me, I struggled to pick just one but the idea of getting to know a younger Griffin had me intrigued enough to go there. He’s too tempting not to! ;) Thanks for reading!

  2. Oh, I couldn’t agree more, (except that I have the hots for Soren, which I freely admit!!) I love Tiffany”s books, short stories, and her. She is one hell of a writer, very kind, and funny, too! :)

    • Tiffany own me. Period. The woman is incredible both inside and out and my next quest is to get these brilliantly sexy Sinners on the small screen! Thanks for reading! :)

  3. Fell in love with Mr. Fiske in The Angel and nothing has happened to change my mind. I loved him so much in Mistress Tiffany’s short story The Theory Of The Moment. What more could a mom want for her child than someone who loves him or her the way Griff loves Michael?

    • I agree Robbie! Watching Griffin grow from Wonderland to Angel had me all starry-eyed like some teenager but he’s perfect for Mick and that’s what mattered most to me (even though I still want to get under that kilt). Of course I still love and adore the entire cast, I’d be crazy not to, so they’re never far from my mind. Literally. ;) Thanks for reading, I loved writing it!

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