Punish me for I have not read 'The Original Sinners' Series. The last book I read from this series was Michael's Wings (The Original Sinners, #6.3). I loved each character and wanted to know more about them, their stories, their EVERYTHING.
Then came along a request for reading the ARC of The Chateau (The Original Sinners, #9), and I jumped at the juicy offer. Who wouldn't?
THE CHATEAU left me turning one page after another, panting and squirming and laughing. It was mind-fuckingly good. So good I wanted to be mind-fucked endlessly through the pages.
Tiffany Reisz is gifted with infinite words and a bottomless imagination. She weaved the foundation years of Kingsley so beautifully and concluded his realization and acceptance of who he really is that made sense not just to him, but to me as a reader as well. The games played in The Chateau were intelligent and made me sit up straighter. Nothing in this book was infantile. Every word, every scene was beautifully crafted to keep engaged and read on.
If you want a prose that sadistically poetic, THE CHATEAU is IT.
Also, MADAME is one hell of a femme-domme, and such a strong character that even I wanted to please her. I have come across very few books where the female character stays true to herself and MADAME is truly the best so far. It shows how well Tiffany knows her characters as well.
What I specifically liked about Tiffany Reisz's books and writing is the unconditional lust and love that seeps through her words and thoughts. So far, I have always read her books without judgement and will continue to do so.
I loved Kingsley throughout the book and can't wait to get my hands on the other books from this series.