I really didn't think this book would be special at all. I finished listening to it today and ended up really liking the book. It does have BDSM but ultimately it's about peoples nature and coming to grips with who you are and accepting that without destroying others.
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I had a friend gift me an ebook copy of The Siren. Because my schedule is so hectic, I bought it on Audible. She said I’d love it. She told me it was taboo. She knows me well. Taboo she said, well that was one of the best parts. At one point while driving down the road, it came to the point in the story when the reader is clued into who Soren is and let me tell you, I was screaming at my phone (that is the device I use for Audible). I was in shock. Wonderful, mind blowing shock at the plot twist in this story.
The narrator took some getting used to, and the tense that the story was written in isn’t my favorite. Yet it all worked out amazingly. The narrator grew on me and I loved the many accents he had. And the third person almost read like a television show. I could see the characters and environment that they were in.
As far as BDSM books go, this has to be one of my favorites. Nora’s story is heartbreaking. I fell in love with all of them. Soren, Zack, Wesley, they all have their little kinks and I loved them all. If you are expecting hearts and flowers with a lovely ending, you are in for some disappointment. This is a forbidden love story and each of the stories within the story have an ending, it just may not be what you expect. Thankfully the series goes on and maybe I’ll get the ending I want. Great Story Ms Reisz. I am now and will forever be a huge fan.
The best book, by far, I have ever read! The story with in a story is truly amazing. I never could have guessed how this would end. Great job to Tiffany. Nora is strong, witty, and empathetic. Love love love!
I love to read and listen to erotica all types and paranormal vamps and shifters
This was a good book. I don't know why I waited so long to read this book I have had this book on kindle for over a year. Nora Sutherlin is a famous erotic writer she is also a famous Domme. Zachary Easton is known as "The London Fog" holds her latest manuscript in his hand Zach is very demanding and he has only agreed to become her editor on one condition that he has complete control over it. Zachary is still mourning the loss of his marriage, trying to stop the hoping that his wife may come back to him. Nora has to rewrite the whole book in six weeks. This was a really good book it was not by no means romance it. Zach to me at times was so stuck up that I wanted to slap him. The sex scenes in this book was hot and Soren at first I didn't think I would like him I mean a priest that was a Dom, but I can't wait until I read more about him and Nora's relationship. Nora's relationship with each of the men in this book was somewhat Kingsley who was the king of kink he was the one that helped Nora when she had nothing and the one that turned her into a Domme after she left Soren. Wes who was her house guest and assistant who was in love with Nora and a virgin at nineteen she really liked him. I really think that Soren really loves her and she him, but she knows that they can't be together. The book did have one taboo that I know isn't for everyone. This book was very well written with no errors in grammar or spelling as I read and listened to this book at the same time. I am really looking forward to reading the next book in this series. This really was a good book
The story gives kinky, but not 50 shades of gray. I enjoyed the depth of the characters and how there was more than meets the eye. nothing is as it would be expected.
I love everything about the original sinners!!! This book is the best way to start Nora's story 😍 and the narration was perfect ❤️
I didn't realize I was buying an S&M book. I don't find pain erotic. If you do, you may like this book. I quit listening after the first beating. The narrator is fine, but I didn't much like his voice for the main female character.
Yes. I thought that both the narration and story were strong. I liked that the narrator didn't try to affect a female voice for Nora's parts.
It held my interest all the way through and was different (and disturbing) from many of the books I've read.
This is the first time I've listened to him.
I have no clue.
I am hooked! Loved the story line and narrator! I love that it isn't crewpy like 50 shades, and feels so much more relatable.