Monday, January 6, 2020

REVIEW: Winter Tales by Tiffany Reisz


I could fill this screen with all of the reasons why I love the Original Sinners world and why you should buy this collection. I could tell you that even if you don't know the history of these characters you'd find that each short story stands on its own. I could tell you that the characters are well rounded, the banter lands perfectly, the inner monologues can be poignant, and the sex is intimate and sexy. I could tell you that even though I've read at least one of these shorts before, I willingly read it again because I just wanted to live in the space of these characters. But perhaps the most telling thing about my pleasure in this collection is that it makes me want to start at the very beginning of the novel series and deep dive back into the lives of these dynamic characters--and that's the thing about reading Tiffany Reisz: as soon as I start one of her novels all I want to do is push aside everything else and read her entire back list and get lost in the worlds she creates.

...and one more thing: While all of these short stories involve Christmas and it makes for cozy Christmas reading, these are really perfect for anyone who lives for the characters in the OS world.



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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