Review: The Virgin by Tiffany Reisz

Title: The Virgin (Original Sinners #7)
Author: Tiffany Reisz

Genre: Erotic Romance
Publisher: Harlequin

Pub Date: March 31, 2015
Rating: 5 Stars

Our thoughts...

Intimate ~ Enduring ~ Insightful

I finished The Saint (the previous book in the series) feeling like I experienced the depth of Kingsley’s vulnerability and all things endearing. Then I was hit with The Virgin. Not only did I have the pleasure of reading about significant early events that shape Kingsley and Nora but was also able to connect to them on a more intimate level. We see the layers that are hidden from the world. Even some layers that were originally hidden from Søren, until now.

I truly believe The Virgin is one of the best in The Original Sinners series. Tiffany Reisz consistently weaves intricate webs with her intelligent brand of writing but I feel like she challenged herself even more with The Virgin. The reader isn’t just allowed a peak behind the curtain anymore but is given an all access pass. How did Kingsley meet Juliette and convince her to come home with him? What exactly did Nora do during her time at her mother’s convent? What did these two endure during what was clearly a very low point in their lives? This story has many strong emotional components and shows greater depth to Nora and Kingsley. If you didn’t love them unconditionally before I have I feeling you will after reading The Virgin.

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