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Michael's Wings

Narrated by: Guy Locke
Length: 8 hrs and 30 mins
4 out of 5 stars (25 ratings)

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Griffin has just popped the question - yes, that question - and Michael doesn't have an answer. He flees town for New Orleans to see his confidante and sometime-Domme, Mistress Nora. Will a weekend of beignets and beatings help him untangle his knotted-up heart?

Thus begins Michael's Wings, the eponymous novella that kicks off the latest entry in Tiffany Reisz's award-winning Original Sinners series.

This companion collection to fan-favorite The Angel also contains six previously published stories starring Mistress Nora's favorite angel and Griffin - his master, his true love, and the sexy-as-hell bane of Michael's existence.

Contains mature themes.

©2017 Tiffany Reisz (P)2017 Tantor

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Read it, don't listen to it.

I love these books and characters, but the narrator made me limp. I could not get past his terrible, overdramatic voice. I feel like he should narrate bad lip readings....

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The reader was horrible. I cannot believe I wasted a credit on this book. I have all the other books but the reader killed this one for me.

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Awful reader

If you've listened to the rest of the Original Sinners series then you'll like this book - more of the same characters you've come to love. I recommend physically reading it though - the reader for this audiobook is terrible. Every word is over dramatized and the characters don't even feel like themselves. It's terrible and I really hope this reader is never picked again for this series.