The Angel (Original Sinners, Book 2)
Harlequin Mills & Boon (US: 25th September 2013; AU: 1st October 2013, UK: 5th October 2013)
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Reading The Angel is catching up with your favourite people. Nora, Søren, Kingsley, and Michael were vivid from the start (The Siren), and we uncover more about each of them here. The characters evolve in different ways, and will probably change again in the next instalment. Nora, who’s kept what she wanted, but still laments what might have been. Søren, who micromanages potential controversy like a pro, bringing faith back to the faithless. Kingsley, who keeps his cards close to his chest, and who may not get the happy ending he wishes. And Michael, who gets everything he wanted, and more.
As much as they all feel familiar, there’s always much more to unveil – especially about Søren. Tiffany Reisz is a master of teasing, revealing, and concealing at exactly the right moments. There’s plenty of suspense and real drama, with the emotion matching the action in its vividness. I’m hesitant to start The Prince, as The Mistress‘s release is still five months away. But I love the world, I love the characters (well, not Wesley), and I love the storytelling. If you’re not already hooked on the Original Sinners, get on board – it’s a ride you won’t forget.