Also by this author: The King, The Virgin, The Queen, The Queen (The Original Sinners: White Years, #4), The Confessions, The Bourbon Thief, The Bourbon Thief, The Night Mark, The Red, The Lucky Ones, The Chateau (The Original Sinners, #9), The Rose, Winter Tales, The Priest (The Original Sinners, #9), The Pearl (The Godwicks, #3)
Series: The Original Sinners #6.3
Also in this series: The King, The Virgin, The Queen (The Original Sinners: White Years, #4), The Priest (The Original Sinners, #9)
Published by 8th Circle Press on November 7th 2017
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A companion collection to The Angel, featuring a new novella and six previously-published short stories starring the Original Sinners’ Michael and Griffin.
Stories include “Griffin in Wonderland,” “Gauze,” “The Theory of the Moment,” “A Better Distraction,” “Everything They Wanted,” “Christmas in Suite 37A,” and a brand new erotic novella guest-starring Mistress Nora!
“I worship at the altar of Tiffany Reisz! Whip smart, sexy as hell — The Original Sinners series knocked me to my knees.” — New York Times bestselling author Lorelei James
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For those of you who are languishing in Original Sinners withdrawal, Michael’s Wings is the book for you. Author Tiffany Reisz has had mercy on all of us and gathered six previously written stories and added a brand new novella about one of my favorite fictional couples, Michael and Griffin, whose story is told in The Angel. I’m going to say before you read any further that if you haven’t been following The Original Sinners series, Michael’s Wings isn’t the place to start. Go find yourself a copy of the first book, The Siren, and prepare to become hooked along with the rest of us. Frankly, I can’t help envying anyone who is going to be reading this series for the first time. It is my guilty secret that I have read each of the eight books at least twice and have listened to the audio versions of all them as well.
I know that many fans of the series are particularly attached to Michael and Griffin . . . almost as attached as they are to each other and to Mistress Nora Sutherland. It won’t come as a surprise to loyal readers that Griffin decides to ask Michael to marry him; the surprise lies in Michael’s reaction. What should be a no-brainer has sent Michael into a tailspin and he turns to the one person he trusts as much as Griffin. Because Mistress Nora is living in New Orleans with her priest Søren, Michael takes off for The Big Easy for some of her unique brand of stress relief and to use her as a sounding board for the important decision he must make.
“It never occurred to me he’d want to get married,” Michael said. “It’s so . . . vanilla.”
Michael’s Wings is certainly a worthy addition to the body of work that features The Original Sinners. As with the other books and stories, the writing is laced with humor which keeps the tone light even through some heavy and difficult scenes; the descriptive language is both graphic and poetic; and the characters touch your heart because the author makes them people just like you and me. One final observation — in once more reading the stories that have been previously published, I was struck by the author’s professional growth over the period of time I’ve been reading her work. I’m so glad I picked up that copy of The Siren when I did and have made this journey with her.
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