Monday, August 6, 2012

The Siren by Tiffany Reisz

THE SIREN centers on character Nora Sutherlin, an erotica writer and the hottest author in the fastest growing market in publishing. Nora has the entire industry buzzing about her new manuscript. But editor Zachary Easton, who left London for New York to escape a failing marriage and to work with the best young writers in America, isn’t convinced. He agrees to work with the notorious novelist on the condition that she rewrite her manuscript from start to finish within 6 weeks. Nora is determined to show Zach that while she may have a sinful reputation for play, she’s deadly serious when it comes to her writing.

As their partnership deepens, Nora brings Zach to her private club—an elite underground organization in the sexual subculture of BDSM, where Nora is a famed professional dominatrix. But Zach knows a thing or two about punishment himself and with Nora’s deadline looming, he isn’t going to ease her suffering until her book is perfect. After all, Nora understands that pain and pleasure are flip sides of the same page.

Tiffany Reisz was a former seminarian. She was studying to get her Master's of Theology student at a conservative southern seminary when she quit to follow her true passion - writing erotica.

My Rating:

My Review:

The Siren is one of the best books I’ve read!  The writer, Tiffany Reisz, knows how to write one fantastic engaging story! 

I loved the many different aspects of this story.  One being the romances of the main character Nora, past and present. The two male main characters, Zach and Wesley, interactions together and with Nora are fantastic.  Each scene is only one string in a vast web this story creates!  The ending is perfect but leaves you thinking!  I love the twists and unexpected facts that pop through in the story and I honestly don’t think the author could have done a better job! 

This book isn’t just about erotica and so if that isn’t your cup of tea I’d still recommend it.  This book makes you feel a wide range of emotions and makes you think about some serious things.   The Siren is just mind blowing, ask my husband!  After I read it, I kept saying ‘wow’ and ‘that was one fantastic book!’ 

Pick it up and find out for yourself!  If you do please tell me what you thought!   

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