Tag: Tiffany Reisz

The Last Good Knight – Tiffany Reisz

I can do it. Try it again.” Nora took a deep breath, followed by a deeper drink of her vodka and tonic. “Mistress, this is the fourth time.” Simone gave her a pleading look. “Are you sure?” “I’m sure. I got it this time. I’m ready. Do it, sub. Go.” “Okay, okay.” Simone ran a […]

The Virgin – Tiffany Reisz

“IT WAS A dark and stormy night,” Nora said as she came to stand next to Søren at the window. She gazed out on the summer storm tearing up the Scottish sky. “Please tell me that isn’t the first line to your next book.” “Oh, but it’s such a good first line. Classic even.” She […]

The Siren – Tiffany Reisz

There was no such thing as London fog—never had been. The London Fog of legend was only that. In reality London fog was London smog, and at the height of the Industrial Revolution it had killed thousands, choking the city with its poisonous hands. Zach Easton knew that in the offices of Royal House Publishing, […]

The Saint – Tiffany Reisz

NORA SUTHERLIN WAS BEING FOLLOWED. She didn’t know she was being followed as she drove through Bavaria and into the heart of the Black Forest. Who would follow her, after all? And why? No one back home knew why she’d left, and no one at all knew where she’d gone. She kept her eyes on […]

The Queen – Tiffany Reisz

NOW, THIS WAS a happy ending. It was all Nora had hoped for, all she had prayed for, and she couldn’t stop grinning as the music began—Jeremiah Clarke’s Trumpet Voluntary. She smiled even wider when two elderly gentlemen in traditional servant’s livery opened the great oak double doors with a flourish befitting the exalted occasion. […]

The Prince – Tiffany Reisz

File #1312—From the archives SUTHERLIN, NORA Née Eleanor Louise Schreiber Born on March 15, 1977 (beware the Ides of March) Father: William Gregory Schreiber, deceased (you’re welcome, ma cherie), formerly incarcerated in Attica on multiple counts of grand theft auto, and possession of stolen property. Had connections with organized crime—see file #1382. Mother: Margaret Delores […]

The Mistress – Tiffany Reisz

When Nora came to she was fifteen years old again. She had to be. What else could explain the cold, industrial chair she sat in, the unforgiving metal of the handcuffs on her wrists and the terror in her heart? Inside her aching and addled mind, Eleanor Schreiber opened her eyes and raised her head. […]

The King – Tiffany Reisz

KINGSLEY EDGE WAS PLAYING GOD TONIGHT. HE hoped the real God, if He did exist, wouldn’t mind. He’d told his driver to let him out a few blocks before his destination. Warm air, a late-April rain and a little English magic had sent a soft white fog twisting and f licking its tail down winding […]

The Angel – Tiffany Reisz

“Fudge.” Mostly upside down with her head hanging off the bed, Nora saw the ominous slant of sunlight sliding through the window and across the floor. Søren pushed into her again, and she flinched with pleasure. “Eleanor, are you thinking about food at a time like this?” Søren thrust hard once more and came with […]

Submit to Desire – Tiffany Reisz

“Another one bites the dust,” Charlotte said, raising her glass. Two other glasses met it and the resulting clink sent Amaretto sour dripping over her fingers and onto the floor. “Good riddance to bad boyfriends.” London downed the last of her Fuzzy Navel and sat the empty glass on the bar. “I’ll drink to that,” […]

Seven Day Loan – Tiffany Reisz

“At twenty-three years of age, I would have hoped pouting would be far behind you, Eleanor.” Eleanor turned her face to the car window and rolled her eyes. She didn’t pay any attention to the soft winter woods rolling past her; she simply didn’t want him to see her childish response to his rebuke. She […]

The Lucky Ones – Tiffany Reisz

Louisville, Kentucky, 2015 All Allison wanted was for this conversation to be over. That and she hoped the heavy gray clouds would part and the sun would appear. It could go either way today—sun or rain. She stood at the kitchen window, peeling old white paint off the sill as she waited for the Kentucky […]

The Bourbon Thief – Tiffany Reisz

There wasn’t much in the world Cooper McQueen cared about more than a good bourbon. In his forty-five years, not one single beautiful woman had managed to persuade him to set down his drink and leave it down. But when the woman in the red dress walked into his bar—a gift from the gods tied […]

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