Review: Winter Tales by Tiffany Reisz

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☆☆➹⁀☆ 4.5 stars ☆➹⁀☆☆

 

About the Book:

Return to USA Today bestseller Tiffany Reisz’s Original Sinners series with Winter Tales, a collection of three fan-favorite Christmas novellas plus a brand-new novella exclusive to this anthology.

In December Wine, the long-awaited story of Nora Sutherlin’s first meeting with Nico can finally be told. Nora enlists her editor (and sometimes lover) Zach Easton on a mission to track down Kingsley’s long-lost son. Nicolas “Nico” Delacroix turns out to be young, strikingly handsome, and very French. He wants nothing to do with his father…but everything to do with Nora.

This special holiday-themed collection also includes the novellas Poinsettia , The Christmas Truce , and The Scent of Winter(previously available only as ebooks). A bonus short story starring Søren rounds out the Winter Tales anthology.

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Guest Reviewer Jeannie’s Thoughts:

Winter Tales is a must have for anyone who claims to be an Original Sinners fan. A collection of five novellas – a mix of new and previously published – it’s a perfect amuse bouche to whet your appetite for the release of “The Priest” in April 2020.

Readers get to visit with Nora, Soren, King, and Griffin during key Christmases in their past. Nicky and Zach also make memorable appearances.  Each story is a beautiful mix of joy, love, and melancholy laced with reminiscence, reunion and regret.

As always, there is the kinky, loving sexy times and crackling sarcastic banter that Tiffany Reisz is known for. Think of it as your very own kinky Advent calendar complete with a sparkling Christmas Eve reunion of our favorite troubled trio and a gorgeous midwinter interlude with and older and wiser Soren and King.

 

 

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