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, Michael's Wings: An Original Sinners Collection, The Lucky Ones, The Chateau (The Original Sinners, #9), The Rose, Winter Tales, The Priest (The Original Sinners, #9)
Published by 8th Circle Press on December 1, 2020
Genres: Erotic Fantasy
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When Lord Arthur Godwick learns his younger brother is up to his bollocks in debt to Regan Ferry, owner of The Pearl Hotel, he agrees to work off the tab...in her bed. Soon the handsome but troubled Arthur discovers he's a pawn in an erotic game of revenge--and nothing, including his lover, is what it seems.
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Don’t hate me because I love every word Tiffany Reisz writes. She could write out a recipe and I would give her 5 Stars. She has that spark – the gift that all writers hope for and some actually attain. Someday she may write a bad book, but right now she is at the top of her game which features snarky banter, memorable characters, and erotica with a humorous touch that will just about cause the pages to go up in flames. Her latest visit with the Godwick family, The Pearl, is no exception.
Lady Regan Ferry, owner of the Pearl Hotel is also at the top of her game. She is rich and beautiful and bent on revenge. She has something that belongs to the Godwick family. It’s a much-loved painting that Lord Arthur Godwick’s younger brother Charlie has used to pay off his debts. Regan doesn’t need the money and she doesn’t really want the painting. What she wants is ten nights of Lord Arthur’s hot young body in exchange for the painting. Like a good boy who loves his family, Lord Arthur is going to take one for the team and submit to whatever Regan desires and what Regan desires is that thing I mentioned earlier – flames! I will confess I have a weakness for a good May/December romance. As an older woman, Regan is a very take-charge kind of lady and Lord Arthur is just precious as he submits to her every whim. Like the good son and brother that he is, he not only submits but does it with gusto as the woman to whom he has enslaved himself becomes more than a debt to be paid. The Pearl has less of the element of fantasy and more romance than we found in the first two books. There is also some heartwrenching angst as a woman who sometimes comes across as mean-spirited and unfeeling finally bares her heart to reveal her secrets.
Why must love be so impossibly difficult? If she’d loved him less, she could have promised him more.