Review: A Midwinter Night’s Dream by Tiffany Reisz

Title: A Midwinter Night’s Dream
Author: Tiffany Reisz
Genre: Erotica
Type: Standalone novella from The Original Sinners series
POV: Third Person
Rating:

The unholy trinity is back – in Victorian time. Nora, Soren and Kingsley has been my dream team since I first encountered them in the Original Sinners series. I love how they had this special relationship with understanding and compromise between them.

“No, I am certainly flattered that you think I could leave you. Even if I wanted to, I couldn’t. My love for you is a beast so unholy strong not even Hercules could slay it. Now that I’ve said that, I imagine Hercules was a mythological figure who also must have had an enormous cock.”

This book was like the beginning of their relationship but in alternate Victorian reality, which I love but I do wish for a little bit more of the historical elements. Kingsley was of course as amusing as always. I like the storyline and these characters never failed to make me all hot and bothered.

“I’ve wedded you and worshiped you with my body,” he said. “Now it’s time I endow you with all my worldly goods. And so I give you Kingsley, the most valuable of all my worldly goods.”

A Midwinter Night’s Dream is a perfect little Christmas gift to the fans of The Original Sinners series.

 

This review is also available on Goodreads.

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