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The Siren

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Zach Easton knew that in the offices of Royal House Publishing, he was known as the London Fog,...For me, THE SIREN has always been about Zach Easton. And re-reading the book on its release date is like settling into the embrace of an old flame, the one I never forgot. I've read so many variations of the book I can't quite remember what scenes went through to the final draft. Phrases from the book flit across my mind at odd hours of the day, synonyms for thrust, literary fiction vs. literary friction, and I've never been able to fully remove it from my consciousness.But Zach... oh, Zach. I'd have adored him even if he hadn't happened to share his physical appearance with the gorgeous Jason Isaacs. Zach has depth, agonizing and painful depths. He's the tortured hero, but put aside your ideas of the traditional romantic hero. Zach isn't it. Will he rescue damsels? Not exactly. He'll go through hell and back, and Nora Sutherlin, infamous dominatrix and writer, could be the one doing the rescuing.This isn't just a romance novel. It's a book that will leave you gripping the pages and staying up until the wee hours of the morning just to find out what happens to Zach, and Nora, and Wes, and the rest.

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Notorious Nora Sutherlin is famous for her delicious works of erotica, each one more popular with readers than the last. But her latest manuscript is different--more serious, more personal--and she's sure it'll be her breakout book . . . if it ever sees the light of day. Zachary Easton holds Nora's fate in his well-manicured hands. Original.

Notorious Nora Sutherlin is famous for her delicious works of erotica, each one more popular with readers than the last. But her latest manuscript is different--more serious, more personal--and she's sure it'll be her breakout book...if it ever sees the light of day.

Zachary Easton holds Nora's fate in his well-manicured hands. The demanding British editor agrees to handle the book on one condition: he wants complete control. Nora must rewrite the entire novel to his exacting standards--in six weeks--or it's no deal.

Nora's grueling writing sessions with Zach are draining...and shockingly arousing. And a dangerous former lover has her wondering which is more torturous--staying away from him...or returning to his bed?

Nora thought she knew everything about being pushed to your limits. But in a world where passion is pain, nothing is ever that simple.

Specifications

Series Title
Original Sinners
Publisher
Mira Books
Book Format
Paperback
Original Languages
English
Number of Pages
425
Author
Tiffany Reisz
ISBN-13
9780778313533
Publication Date
July, 2012
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
8.20 x 5.40 x 1.20 Inches
ISBN-10
0778313530

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Zach Easton knew that ...
Zach Easton knew that in the offices of Royal House Publishing, he was known as the London Fog,...For me, THE SIREN has always been about Zach Easton. And re-reading the book on its release date is like settling into the embrace of an old flame, the one I never forgot. I've read so many variations of the book I can't quite remember what scenes went through to the final draft. Phrases from the book flit across my mind at odd hours of the day, synonyms for thrust, literary fiction vs. literary friction, and I've never been able to fully remove it from my consciousness.But Zach... oh, Zach. I'd have adored him even if he hadn't happened to share his physical appearance with the gorgeous Jason Isaacs. Zach has depth, agonizing and painful depths. He's the tortured hero, but put aside your ideas of the traditional romantic hero. Zach isn't it. Will he rescue damsels? Not exactly. He'll go through hell and back, and Nora Sutherlin, infamous dominatrix and writer, could be the one doing the rescuing.This isn't just a romance novel. It's a book that will leave you gripping the pages and staying up until the wee hours of the morning just to find out what happens to Zach, and Nora, and Wes, and the rest.
Most helpful negative review
BORING AND DRAWN OUT!!...
BORING AND DRAWN OUT!!!
Most helpful positive review
Zach Easton knew that ...
Zach Easton knew that in the offices of Royal House Publishing, he was known as the London Fog,...For me, THE SIREN has always been about Zach Easton. And re-reading the book on its release date is like settling into the embrace of an old flame, the one I never forgot. I've read so many variations of the book I can't quite remember what scenes went through to the final draft. Phrases from the book flit across my mind at odd hours of the day, synonyms for thrust, literary fiction vs. literary friction, and I've never been able to fully remove it from my consciousness.But Zach... oh, Zach. I'd have adored him even if he hadn't happened to share his physical appearance with the gorgeous Jason Isaacs. Zach has depth, agonizing and painful depths. He's the tortured hero, but put aside your ideas of the traditional romantic hero. Zach isn't it. Will he rescue damsels? Not exactly. He'll go through hell and back, and Nora Sutherlin, infamous dominatrix and writer, could be the one doing the rescuing.This isn't just a romance novel. It's a book that will leave you gripping the pages and staying up until the wee hours of the morning just to find out what happens to Zach, and Nora, and Wes, and the rest.
Most helpful negative review
BORING AND DRAWN OUT!!...
BORING AND DRAWN OUT!!!
1-5 of 12 reviews

This book was a roller...

This book was a roller coaster for me. I found myself loving it and being totally appalled in a matter of chapters. I loved the writing, the characters, and the diversity of the wounds that each of the characters carried around. I also enjoyed the fact that this novel is not happily ever after and roses and rainbows. It had a Megan Hart feel to it, if you enjoy her work this book will be for you.Let's dive in. The characters are truly what made this story so amazing. Nora in her own right is such a strong yet fragile women and Ms. Reisz isn't afraid to take her to the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. In this book I have to say that Wesley is my favorite character. Maybe because he is closest to my age so I understand his plight and fight with his emotions and hormones when it comes to Nora. He makes the story so much better but I wish he would have had a better ending. The series will continue so maybe he will.The skeeve level in this book is large for me. There are inappropriate relationships every single way you look at these characters. Nora and Wesley, Nora and Zach, Nora and Soren...and it continues as the pages turn. I was uncomfortable a lot through this book and I almost stopped reading when Nora got her "present" from Soren but I pushed through and I didn't regret it. Does the way Ms. Reisz turn the relationships make them any more appropriate, I don't know, but I promise you that if you read this book there will be something that puts you on edge.The writing in this book is amazing. Ms Reisz definitely has command of her vocabulary and writing skills on so many levels. I enjoyed reading this novel for it's vivid descriptions and complete command of the prose just as much as I did for the actual book. If you love to ride the edge of erotica then this book is for you.

It was my mistake- h...

"It was my mistake-" he turned and met her eyes "-thinking we had all the time in the world."THIS. This is the book I've been waiting to read for almost half a year. It is definitely my odds-on favorite book of 2012. I needed to escape the gnawing decline of heart breaking books this year. I'd been aching for this. EAT YOUR HEART OUT, E. L. JAMES. THERE'S A NEW SEXY-TIMES WRITER IN . . . KENTUCKY? LONDON? Anyway . . . I once told one of my best book devouring mates: "I'll admit it's about the book, at first. About the words. But then the books fade away, the pages lose luster. You start on a book binge. And before you know it, all you're looking for is the high you're getting from reading. How blissed out it's making you feel." (Or something like that.) And can I tell you, right now I'm stoned. (Back then I thought I'd said something brilliant. Apparently not. All she said was, "You really are mad.") "Nora- Forgive me for copyediting, but it must be said-you have raped the semicolon yet again. Stop it. It wasn't asking for it no matter how it was dressed. If you don't know how to use punctuation then do away with it altogether, write like Faulkner and we'll pretend it's on purpose."Bite me, Easton, Nora said to herself as she corrected her sexually compromised semicolon in chapter eighteen. Seriously, bite me."So is there a love triangle? No. A foursome? No. A Star? Yes. We've FIVE players all tangled together. Meet . . . NORA, ZACH, WESLEY, SOREN, and GRACE. Nora, our in-your-face erotica writer, is really very complex. Full of spirit and sass. Best heroine in any book i've ever read. Soren, her old lover, has all the mystery of Mozart's Requiem. He's a sadist, and very intimidating. Zack, the editor for her new book, is a typically prig Brit and but sexy in his (not-so) Tory ways. Wesley is nineteen and adorable. He works for Nora. He's sweet, he's got a sweet tooth, and we all know that is deadly in tandem. Grace is Zack's wife, who he's still madly in love with, but who's fast fading away from his life.I didn't really feel how badly Nora and Soren loved each other, and the sex wasn't arousing, just told.But The Siren is an exquisitely written, laugh out loud but heartbreaking debut . . . and I'll die if there isn't a sequel in my hands soon.

Zach Easton knew that ...

Zach Easton knew that in the offices of Royal House Publishing, he was known as the London Fog,...For me, THE SIREN has always been about Zach Easton. And re-reading the book on its release date is like settling into the embrace of an old flame, the one I never forgot. I've read so many variations of the book I can't quite remember what scenes went through to the final draft. Phrases from the book flit across my mind at odd hours of the day, synonyms for thrust, literary fiction vs. literary friction, and I've never been able to fully remove it from my consciousness.But Zach... oh, Zach. I'd have adored him even if he hadn't happened to share his physical appearance with the gorgeous Jason Isaacs. Zach has depth, agonizing and painful depths. He's the tortured hero, but put aside your ideas of the traditional romantic hero. Zach isn't it. Will he rescue damsels? Not exactly. He'll go through hell and back, and Nora Sutherlin, infamous dominatrix and writer, could be the one doing the rescuing.This isn't just a romance novel. It's a book that will leave you gripping the pages and staying up until the wee hours of the morning just to find out what happens to Zach, and Nora, and Wes, and the rest.

Bestselling author, No...

Bestselling author, Nora Sutherlin, wants to work with British editor, Zachary Easton, on her latest manuscript. He is reluctant to work with a writer of erotica, especially one as infamous as Sutherlin. Pushed by his boss from acclaimed Royal House Publishing, he reluctantly agrees to spend 6 weeks with her on her project before flying to LA on his next assignment. Nora must agree to a complete re-write of her novel under his conditions and with no guarantee he will sign her contract. Unknown to Zach, Nora lives the life she writes about. No only is she an author of erotica, she is a dominatrix, owned by one man, the dangerous former lover with whom she remains obsessed. To further complicate her life, Nora believes she is also a little in love with her young assistant, Wes, yet withholds herself for fear of emotionally harming him. As Nora adjusts to working with Zach, a man hurt by his failed marriage and still in love with his wife, she draws him deeper into the dangerous world in which she lives and opens his eyes to pleasures and pains he'd never imagined. I'm not a fan of erotica or romance and picked up The Siren by chance, pleased to find it is not a romantic love story or meaningless smutty erotica. While the novel does involve graphic detail and scenes/themes some readers might find violent and disturbing, the story delves deep into the complexities of the characters and their personal inner turmoils. Throughout, there is an underlying tone of pain and sadness, with humble yet complicated emotions. The author writes with a graceful style that draws empathy from the reader for her characters, even the less likable ones. Reisz accurately depicts human frailties in the failings and heartbreaks her characters try so hard to disguise. She leaves the reader with a strong sense of loneliness and tragedy, skillfully wrapped inside the romances, which gives the explicit sex scenes far more meaning. As each character deals with his/her own demons, and temporarily pass through each other's lives, the sense of emotional isolation is prevalent. The Siren delivers a brutal message in that life does not stop for anybody's pain. Indulging in sin and violence to hide it is a temporary way out, but, for characters as flawed as those in The Siren, it might be the only way out.

Favorite book of 2012!...

Favorite book of 2012! After reading fifty shades during the summer I got into an erotica kick and a friend recommended this book. I could not put it down. Nora, Wesley, Soren, Kingsley, Zachary totally took up space in my world and refused to leave. Tiffany has written more than just an erotica book. Her storytelling is AMAZING. The details and character development are truly enthralling. I have so many quotes saved that tug at my heartstrings. Nora is by far one of the greatest characters I have ever had the pleasure of reading. I have read this book 3 times so far and each time I come away wanting more. Soren you scare and enchant me. Wesley you own my heart..

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