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When Lord Arthur Godwick learns his younger brother is up to his bollocks in debt to Regan Ferry, owner of The Pearl Hotel, he agrees to work off the tab...in her bed. Soon the handsome but troubled Arthur discovers he's a pawn in an erotic game of revenge--and nothing, including his lover, is what it seems. When Lord Arthur Godwick learns his younger brother is up to his bollocks in debt to Regan Ferry, owner of The Pearl Hotel, he agrees to work off the tab...in her bed. Soon the handsome but troubled Arthur discovers he's a pawn in an erotic game of revenge--and nothing, including his lover, is what it seems.


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When Lord Arthur Godwick learns his younger brother is up to his bollocks in debt to Regan Ferry, owner of The Pearl Hotel, he agrees to work off the tab...in her bed. Soon the handsome but troubled Arthur discovers he's a pawn in an erotic game of revenge--and nothing, including his lover, is what it seems. When Lord Arthur Godwick learns his younger brother is up to his bollocks in debt to Regan Ferry, owner of The Pearl Hotel, he agrees to work off the tab...in her bed. Soon the handsome but troubled Arthur discovers he's a pawn in an erotic game of revenge--and nothing, including his lover, is what it seems.

30 review for The Pearl

  1. 5 out of 5

    CC

    4.25 ★ Recently widowed and the new owner of The Pearl, Lady Reagan Ferry is upholding the mystique and debauchery of the hotel. When a client runs up a sizable bill, Reagan’s solution is to fetch Lord Arthur Godwick to reconcile his brother’s debt and exact revenge on his family. For Arthur, he accepts Reagan’s proposal and they discover more than they expected. “I think you’re a collared dove. The collar’s already a part of you, born on you.” Drawing inspiration from female artists, the stor 4.25 ★ Recently widowed and the new owner of The Pearl, Lady Reagan Ferry is upholding the mystique and debauchery of the hotel. When a client runs up a sizable bill, Reagan’s solution is to fetch Lord Arthur Godwick to reconcile his brother’s debt and exact revenge on his family. For Arthur, he accepts Reagan’s proposal and they discover more than they expected. “I think you’re a collared dove. The collar’s already a part of you, born on you.” Drawing inspiration from female artists, the storyline unfolds with narratives from paintings combined with eroticism, fantasy, and mystery. As Reagan and Arthur begin to delve into the dynamic of their relationship, each begins to reveal more about their influences and the past. “Enough was enough. Too much was perfect.” What I enjoyed the most about this book is how the storyline was entwined with fine art. I also liked Arthur and what he valued. Of course, Arthur’s need to please Reagan was the sugar on top. Though I was hoping for some more exploration, the pearl scenes were steamy. Lastly, the moxie of a secondary character thoroughly enriched the story. The Pearl is an erotic romance infused with mysterious elements that would appeal to those looking for a unique tale of finding a connection. The Godwicks series: *An ARC was provided in exchange for an honest review.* *This was a (F)BR with Twinsie Hawkey and Loyda!* For more reviews/reveals/giveaways visit:

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ꮗ€♫◗☿ ❤️ ilikebooksbest.com ❤️

    I won a giveaway. Thanks so much Tiffany!!! This looks like a good one. I may have to grab the first two books in the series. I won a giveaway. Thanks so much Tiffany!!! This looks like a good one. I may have to grab the first two books in the series.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Optimist ♰King's Wench♰

    Lord Malcolm is up to his shenanigans again. Bless his deviant soul. Reisz is basically and auto-read author for me so I didn't read the blurb. Historically, this has been a rather dicey mode de vie but in this case it worked out fine. Actually, early on I had some break-through jazz hands when Arthur's secret desires were revealed. My fondness for a big un alpha sub is probably logged into every algorithm known to man and maybe some unknown lurking out there on the interwebs. So in short, The Pe Lord Malcolm is up to his shenanigans again. Bless his deviant soul. Reisz is basically and auto-read author for me so I didn't read the blurb. Historically, this has been a rather dicey mode de vie but in this case it worked out fine. Actually, early on I had some break-through jazz hands when Arthur's secret desires were revealed. My fondness for a big un alpha sub is probably logged into every algorithm known to man and maybe some unknown lurking out there on the interwebs. So in short, The Pearl felt a bit like Le Gift in the beginning. It's told in 3 parts, the first being from Arthur's, the second from Regan's and the third from both. Reisz is highly skilled at developing characters and Arthur and Regan are no exceptions; the problem is I didn't care for Regan. The martyr trope can work for me sometimes especially if I like the character but the most I could muster up for Regan was empathy. On top of that I didn't feel their connection. I was actually surprised by this since Reisz has usually has had an uncanny ability with a few well crafted sentences woven her spell and made me invest in and even root for some real doozies for couples; furthermore, has made me love and sometimes even obsess over some dubious characters. The sex is certainly creative, mildly kinky but in an opinion that will surprise exactly no one, I was hoping for more pain. What can I say? #TeamPain4-evs Though my experience with The Pearl is middling (somewhere between 3-3.5 ⭐️) that won't stop me from reading the next in the line of The Godwicks series if there is another one or whatever else she writes. As always, my opinions are my own and YMMV. An ARC was provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Laurelin Paige

    Brilliant and breathtaking, I gobbled The Pearl up in one day. Tiffany Reisz is considered a goddess in this genre, and her latest only proves she deserves the worship.

  5. 4 out of 5

    aarya

    CW: (view spoiler)[miserable ex-marriage, parental death, brain cancer, voluntary sterilization (hide spoiler)] I enjoyed the two previous books in the series, but THE PEARL unfortunately didn’t work for me due to one main reason. Toward the end, we discover that (view spoiler)[the main characters are second cousins (half second cousins? Something like that) (hide spoiler)] and that revelation was a hard nope for me. It’s just not what I like to read in romance, and that’s okay because we all hav CW: (view spoiler)[miserable ex-marriage, parental death, brain cancer, voluntary sterilization (hide spoiler)] I enjoyed the two previous books in the series, but THE PEARL unfortunately didn’t work for me due to one main reason. Toward the end, we discover that (view spoiler)[the main characters are second cousins (half second cousins? Something like that) (hide spoiler)] and that revelation was a hard nope for me. It’s just not what I like to read in romance, and that’s okay because we all have different red lines re: preferences. If it doesn’t faze you, then you still might like this book. Disclaimer: I received a free e-ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

  6. 4 out of 5

    warhawke

    Genre: Erotic Fantasy Type: Standalone Book 3 of The Godwicks series POV: Third Person Rating: 3.75 Stars Lord Arthur Godwick would do anything for his family. When his brother got into a mess he couldn’t escape from, Arthur saved him by making an unconventional deal with Lady Regan Ferry, the owner of The Pearl. But what is supposed to be a simple exchange, might uncover things within them that neither of them expected. The Godwicks are back, and this time around it’s the first son’s turn. I liked Genre: Erotic Fantasy Type: Standalone Book 3 of The Godwicks series POV: Third Person Rating: 3.75 Stars Lord Arthur Godwick would do anything for his family. When his brother got into a mess he couldn’t escape from, Arthur saved him by making an unconventional deal with Lady Regan Ferry, the owner of The Pearl. But what is supposed to be a simple exchange, might uncover things within them that neither of them expected. The Godwicks are back, and this time around it’s the first son’s turn. I liked how Arthur was very responsible for his age but still bratty enough to make him interesting. Regan’s philosophy in life might sound sad, but I liked how she took matters into her own hands. “I like that you like being treated like a whore.” She held him in her hand a little firmer. “Even if you won’t admit it.” Story-wise, this one was mild in terms of both plot and eroticism compared to the previous books. I also felt the characters needed more chemistry. My favorite aspect of the book is the characters' sexual dynamic and of course, the “pearl scenes”. The Pearl is a story of sexual rediscovery. It would appeal to readers looking for an Erotica with Paranormal elements with art world influence. Books in the series: ⛓🔸⛓ . . . (F)BR With Twinsie CC & Loyda . . . ⛓🔸⛓ For more reviews/interviews/promo visit:

  7. 5 out of 5

    ✰ Bianca ✰ BJ's Book Blog ✰

    Bookalzheimer me obviously can't remember everything that happened in the first two books. BUT, we don't really need to remember. Some things will come back to us while reading The Pearl. But this is a complete standalone. Arthur is the 21 year old son of the art-loving Godwicks. He's been summoned to The Pearl Hotel in London to rescue his brother. Arthur thinks he might have to pay for prostitutes or some destroyed furniture. And yes, little brother owes 100k - but the boss lady doesn't want mo Bookalzheimer me obviously can't remember everything that happened in the first two books. BUT, we don't really need to remember. Some things will come back to us while reading The Pearl. But this is a complete standalone. Arthur is the 21 year old son of the art-loving Godwicks. He's been summoned to The Pearl Hotel in London to rescue his brother. Arthur thinks he might have to pay for prostitutes or some destroyed furniture. And yes, little brother owes 100k - but the boss lady doesn't want money. She wants ten days of Arthur. Whenever and wherever - and however she says. Let the fun times begin! ══════════════════ Well. Not sure what to say. I love Tiffany's books. Her writing, her weird taboo storylines. But this time, I wasn't a fan of this dominant older women with a younger man thing. It's all totally perfect if it's Nora in the Original Sinners series - nothing could ever be written in that series that I would hate. But I kinda hated it a bit here. Arthur is only 21 and she's 30. That's totally acceptable. Arthur is a very mature, old soul. But I didn't like the slave-ish, tying him up, feeding him et cetera kind of thing. BUT - I also kind of loved the story. Arthur and Regan are both very interesting characters. The first part of the book is told in Arthur's POV and we just love him. He's adorable. He loves his family and his brother and he's a bit insecure about himself and his sexuality and life in general. And then this supposedly strong woman comes along and tells him what to do - and he loves it. And he hates that he loves it. I really enjoyed reading this book. It was hella erotic - obviously. And a bit mysterious and paranormal or whatever you want to call it - the whole 'series' is like that. I liked it. I think Tiffany could write the phone book and I would devour it! Even though I kinda hated the relationship a bit in the beginning, I grew to love them as a couple. I really enjoyed reading this in the end. I even googled all the artwork! I can't wait to get more from this world! Erotic, sweet, mysterious, scary, full of art, family history ... and lots of pearls 😉. This is a really great series! A bit different - but totally worth it. READ IT! I have to put a few little 'trigger warnings' in a spoiler thingy (view spoiler)[Regan inherited a pretty bad cancer gene from her mom and grandmother and as we later find out, she will have to fight it for a long while, but she won't die from it - at least not too young. But I still don't like it much. Also, for those who care about those things... it turns out that they are 2nd cousins. Which is totally not an illegal thing, plus she can't have any children, but still, a bit weird. (hide spoiler)] 💜 💜

  8. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    Thanks to Netgalley and 8th Circle Press for an egalley in exchange for an honest review. Last night I took a page out of the self-care handbook and relaxed with a hot bath, candles and this delightful erotica. When Lord Arther Godwick is summoned to the home of Lady Regan Ferry over the antics of his irresponsible brother, the handsome aristocrat soon finds himself locked in a sexual contract with a widow bent on revenge. Although the water-cooled, the electricity between Arthur and Reagan was Thanks to Netgalley and 8th Circle Press for an egalley in exchange for an honest review. Last night I took a page out of the self-care handbook and relaxed with a hot bath, candles and this delightful erotica. When Lord Arther Godwick is summoned to the home of Lady Regan Ferry over the antics of his irresponsible brother, the handsome aristocrat soon finds himself locked in a sexual contract with a widow bent on revenge. Although the water-cooled, the electricity between Arthur and Reagan was 100% passionate and the story was so darn interesting that I was never bored. Yes, I do get bored with erotica but Tiffany Reisz wrote such intriguing characters that I grew to love her two main characters very much. Now I shall keep on the lookout for more titles from this author. Goodreads review published 09/12/20 Publication Date 01/12/20

  9. 5 out of 5

    ☾ Dαɴιyα ☽

    Drop everything! The Godwicks are back!!!! With each book I am growing more and more fond of this art-loving family. I want the stories about its members and its members to keep coming. ;) What a shame Mona and Spencer didn't have more children. More kids would've meant more books... After meeting Mona, Malcolm, and Spencer in the scorching hot The Red, and Lia and August in the mythical The Rose, we get Arthur and Regan and another hot art-filled story. The love story of Arthur and Regan starts Drop everything! The Godwicks are back!!!! With each book I am growing more and more fond of this art-loving family. I want the stories about its members and its members to keep coming. ;) What a shame Mona and Spencer didn't have more children. More kids would've meant more books... After meeting Mona, Malcolm, and Spencer in the scorching hot The Red, and Lia and August in the mythical The Rose, we get Arthur and Regan and another hot art-filled story. The love story of Arthur and Regan starts with a debt incurred in a true Godwick fashion. To settle that debt, get his brother out of trouble and retrieve the piece of artwork with the greatest significance and value to his family, Arthur agrees to a very Godwick-like trade: sex for the painting and debt wiped clean. Of course, it wasn't as simple as that. They would both get more than they bargained for. Arthur wasn't quite like his family. He loved them, but thought they were frivolous. He rebelled by not being rude. He was the sweet perfect angel of the family about to join the army. As much as I loved and enjoyed the frivolities of his other family members, reading about Arthur made me melt into a puddle of goo. Arthur had a submissive streak that Regan explored and enhanced. That streak went along the lines of a knight serving and protecting his lady. It was beautiful. Regan, who asked for sex to settle a debt, was more Godwick-like than Arthur Godwick. With an air of mystery and sadness surrounding her, she gave an impression of someone holding herself hostage in a life once imposed on her by her late husband. She was a lady in dire need of a knight to serve and protect her and save her from herself. She was quite mean to Arthur, always poking at his secrets and posing the most personal questions she could think of. I'm always a fan of that. Regan and Arthur's deal was ten nights, but it didn't take nearly as long for it to become more than a deal. Arthur was the first to admit his feelings. Regan took some time. In the meantime, she denied them, pushed Arthur away. Arthur took it in stride. Every revelation that could tear them apart, he took it in stride. He didn't waver. A knight never wavers. The Pearl is the most emotional story in the series (so far). Regan was drowning in sadness and depression, and Arthur had his own issues to work through. On the brighter side, the erotic parts of this erotic fantasy were H. O. T. The fantasy part was more subdued compared to the previous two books. Of course, there was art involved, and this time it was by female artists. Throughout the story, there was a certain presence of Malcolm. In the end, he did appear. While the novel is told from Arthur's and Regan's perspectives, one chapter was Malcolm's. It's left me hoping for another book starring number Thirteen. To sum up, this is a novel with lots of hotness, emotions, art, twists, complex characters, family secrets, and pearls. It is no wonder I wanted the book to be longer. Much longer. ***ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.***

  10. 4 out of 5

    Natasha is a Book Junkie

    No one writes erotica like Tiffany Reisz and her newest offering is an absolute treat. We return to the sensually decadent world of the Godwicks with a superbly written tale of two people who, in order to settle a family debt, enter an arrangement that is meant to remain purely sexual in nature, but who end up discovering sides of themselves in each other's arms they never knew were there. With the perfect balance of titillating sex scenes, engaging dialogue, and heart-warming pathos, books like No one writes erotica like Tiffany Reisz and her newest offering is an absolute treat. We return to the sensually decadent world of the Godwicks with a superbly written tale of two people who, in order to settle a family debt, enter an arrangement that is meant to remain purely sexual in nature, but who end up discovering sides of themselves in each other's arms they never knew were there. With the perfect balance of titillating sex scenes, engaging dialogue, and heart-warming pathos, books like these are the reason I adore reading Romance.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lo Bookfrantic

    4★★★★Stars Genre:  Erotic Fantasy Type:  Standalone Book 3 of The Godwicks series POV:  Third Person Lady Reagan Ferry as the owner of the Pearl hotel gets what she wants when she wants. When she came across the opportunity to land a very important art piece she didn’t hesitated. However; she never anticipated the cost she had to pay for that piece of art. “You sold yourself to me to protect your brother. I sold myself to protect me. Everyone has their price, 4★★★★Stars Genre:  Erotic Fantasy Type:  Standalone Book 3 of The Godwicks series POV:  Third Person Lady Reagan Ferry as the owner of the Pearl hotel gets what she wants when she wants. When she came across the opportunity to land a very important art piece she didn’t hesitated. However; she never anticipated the cost she had to pay for that piece of art. “You sold yourself to me to protect your brother. I sold myself to protect me. Everyone has their price, yes?” Lord Arthur Godwick has lived all his life protecting his younger brother and when he gets a call to bail him out yet again he don’t even hesitate and will do anything to protect him. He however did not excepted to liked the sacrifice so much. ”He’d shown his face to a thousand friends. For the first time, that night with Regan, he’d shared some secret part of his souls with someone. With her.” I really liked both Reagan and Arthur, I felt they were made for each other. However; I was somewhat a bit disappointed with some of the heated scenes. In a way I was expecting a full dominance and submissive type of story, but I still enjoyed the different type of love story the author delivered. I must say that my favorite character was Zoot! She was absolutely amazing and I freaking laughed so hard until the very last page. Overall; The Pearl is a fun, romantic read with some erotic scenes. This book will be appealing to anyone looking for a mysterious yet sexy read. The Godwicks series:       ...This was a F(BR) with CC & War... For more reviews/reveals/giveaways visit:

  12. 4 out of 5

    Anj

    (ARC courtesy by NETGALLEY and 8th Circle Press in exchange for honest review!) A certain beloved interfering lord is back with his shenanigans! Lord Arthur Godwick, brother of Lia and son of Mona finally gets his own book in this steamy and romantic installment of The Godwicks series by Tiffany Reisz! ... After finding himself, yet again, cleaning up his little brother Charlie's latest mess, Lord Arthur Godwick is willing to sacrifice anything in order to save their family's most prized and very (ARC courtesy by NETGALLEY and 8th Circle Press in exchange for honest review!) A certain beloved interfering lord is back with his shenanigans! Lord Arthur Godwick, brother of Lia and son of Mona finally gets his own book in this steamy and romantic installment of The Godwicks series by Tiffany Reisz! ... After finding himself, yet again, cleaning up his little brother Charlie's latest mess, Lord Arthur Godwick is willing to sacrifice anything in order to save their family's most prized and very much stolen, painting that his brother sold to a hotel owner without the family's knowledge. Lady Regan Ferry, the mysterious owner of the hotel "The Pearl" refuses to accept money as payment. A lord who's willing to do anything to take back a stolen painting - an agreement was made. Ten nights of debauchery for a debt to pay. This book is one of my most-anticipated books of 2020! And just like The Red and The Rose, this book proved just how I very much adore this art-connoisseur and ahem, indecent family. While, the previous books were magical and steamy with it's transcendental sex scenes that will blow your mind, it made me appreciate Reisz's crafty and tastefully talent in writing erotica that made me love this series so much. However, this book was lacking something that the predecessors has. The chemistry between Arthur and Regan, our hero and heroine. Yikes! It was a struggle for me to connect with Regan in the beginning. She came off cold and mean (and not in a cute enemies to lovers way!) Chemistry and the likeableness of the character are a huge factor for me, so to see Regan here not tick any of my boxes were a, sigh, a disappointment. However, she did redeemed herself later on when the author reveals the how and the why she is the way she was. I understood. That she's a complex character protecting herself and anyone - from the inevitable heartbreak she will cause, that she has gone through a lot, a woman in her own gilded cage that needed to be set free - and she did so, by herself! Now, Lord Arthur... there are no words to explain how much I love and adore him! You can say he's the only proper Godwick that didn't indulge in the Godwick ways how, untrue that was, lol/ The Lord Malcolm genes definitely didn't skipped him! I have no complaints with his characterization! He's freaking perfect!!! THE APPEAL OF ARTHUR/REGAN here is the domme/sub and may/december relationship factor. Arthur is 21 year-old aristocrat and Regan is a 30 year-old widow. Their chemistry maybe wasn't instant but it'll develop as the book continues. This book is very heavy on romance. To wrap this up, this book isn't as good as the previous two in terms of the erotica department. Can say it's an equivalent of vanilla compared to its predecessors. It mainly focuses on romance and I can say that this is mainly a Regan-centric book, in my opinion. ****** OVERALL BOOK RATING: 3.75 stars Trigger and Content warnings: Parental death, cancer trope, self-volunteered sterilization, cheating though not with the main couple and also with the exception of: Regan's nightmare, second-cousin incest STEAM: HIGH ANGST: LOW ROMANCE: HIGH ****** ****** Follow me on GOODREADS and TWITTER, I don't shut up about books there!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jenny - TotallybookedBlog

    4.5 Stars “I’ve had to be cold for so long”, she said. “I don’t know if I can remember how to be warm.” The Pearl by Tiffany Reisz is the third book in The Godwicks series, which is highly erotic, highly mystical, and artistically evocative. Whilst this book is part of a series it can absolutely be read as a standalone, however, every single book in this series has been superbly fabulous, so we highly recommend reading The Red and The Rose as well! It is no secret that Tiffany Reisz is one of our 4.5 Stars “I’ve had to be cold for so long”, she said. “I don’t know if I can remember how to be warm.” The Pearl by Tiffany Reisz is the third book in The Godwicks series, which is highly erotic, highly mystical, and artistically evocative. Whilst this book is part of a series it can absolutely be read as a standalone, however, every single book in this series has been superbly fabulous, so we highly recommend reading The Red and The Rose as well! It is no secret that Tiffany Reisz is one of our all-time favourite Authors. There really is something about her flawless writing, her sense of humour and quick liners. The banter, creativity and complex layered characters are second to none. Her books are compelling. “You can try to hate me, hate us, all you want, but I know the truth. You hate yourself.” In The Pearl, we meet Lord Arthur Godwick (the son of Mona from The Red) who, as an overprotective brother, offers to pay his brother’s debt to the owner of The Pearl Hotel, Lady Reagan Ferry. The debt is to be paid off in bed, which seems fitting, as The Pearl was formerly known as a brothel frequented by good old, Sir Malcolm Godwick. The connection between Reagan and Arthur was on fire! Her, being older in her early thirties and dominant, and him being in his early twenties and submissive to her demands. It was tantalisingly HOT! Tiffany Reisz, without question, writes the most amazing heroines, we have never come across one we did not fall utterly in love with. They truly are the most compelling, strong, funny, loving, sensual and endearingly vulnerable powerhouse characters. And my oh my Arthur, be still our hearts, what a wonderful man. A powerful man, who truly loved Reagan using his body and mind as her own personal playground of discovery and satisfaction. “Why are you in a good mood? It’s annoying me,” she said. “Why are you so cross? You’re the one who gets to fuck me tonight.” “Are all the Godwicks like you?” she asked? “Clever, charming? Desperately attractive?” “Obnoxious? Sardonic? Insufferably arrogant?” Fantasies are erotically brought to life in The Pearl through the medium of art, and it was both provocative and highly sensual. It was passionate, philosophical, and emotional as Reagan is on a journey of personal forgiveness, untangling invisible bonds and freeing herself from the past, her mind and life’s consequential restraints. Tiffany Reisz once again delivers a flawlessly written masterpiece that hits your heart with an overwhelming impact. We wanted more ‘afters’ from Reagan and Arthur, such was the comprehensive depths of their characters that we felt we knew them inside out hence we were left bereft when we had to leave them. But such is life when you are addicted to Tiffany Reisz, her stories and her characters. It can never be enough. Sophisticated intellectual erotica at its most magnificent! ‘With Arthur, a thousand years in his arms wouldn’t be enough.’ Available to purchase below Amazon US Amazon UK Come and say hi, at: ✲ TotallyBookedBlog ✲ TBB on Facebook ✲ TBB on Instagram ✲ TBB on Twitter ✲ TBB on Pinterest

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin The deliciously deviant Godwicks are back in The Pearl . Author Tiffany Reisz takes the eldest Godwick son and his lover on a journey of submission and self-discovery that is a fantastic mix of sizzling eroticism and honest emotion. I adore Arthur. He loves his family, but he’s the black sheep of the Godwicks in that he’s not as frivolous (as he sees them) or insatiable as the rest (comparatively speaking – he’s still blazingly sensual). The twenty-one-year-old has Reviewed for Wit and Sin The deliciously deviant Godwicks are back in The Pearl . Author Tiffany Reisz takes the eldest Godwick son and his lover on a journey of submission and self-discovery that is a fantastic mix of sizzling eroticism and honest emotion. I adore Arthur. He loves his family, but he’s the black sheep of the Godwicks in that he’s not as frivolous (as he sees them) or insatiable as the rest (comparatively speaking – he’s still blazingly sensual). The twenty-one-year-old has an old soul and a maturity beyond his years. He’s preparing to start training as a Medical Support officer in the Army, but before that he has to get his youngest brother out of debt to the owner of The Pearl, Regan Ferry. When he agrees to work off Charlie’s debt in Regan’s bed, submitting to her every desire, it unlocks something in both of them. Arthur has kept his submissive desires a secret but with Regan he’s free to be himself. I loved that he desired to both protect and serve; he’s a dreamy mix of dependable hero and dirty sub. Regan wasn’t born to wealth; she had to sell herself in marriage to an older, controlling man in exchange for the security she desperately desired. She made her choice, but sacrificed much to do so. She’s closed off even to herself at times, but I loved her as much as Arthur. She’s a young widow who has survived a horrible man and I wanted to see her find herself again. She resists falling for Arthur and her reasons are ones I will leave readers to discover. Regan and Arthur’s journey is decadent and emotional. At the center of it all is art and Ms. Reisz’s knowledge and passion for the subject shines through as it does in all the Godwicks stories. This time it’s female artists who are the starting point for Regan and Arthur’s fantasies. And though The Pearl spends more time grounded in reality than the first two Godwicks books, that doesn’t mean the fantasy elements disappear. If you’re familiar with the Godwicks series then you won’t be surprised that the ghost of Arthur’s great-grandfather, the wickedest Godwick of them all, has a role to play in Arthur and Regan’s story. The interfering spirit is as unsubtle as ever and he’s a true delight. The Pearl captivated me from beginning to end. Regan tugged on my heartstrings and was a heroine I was happy to root for. Arthur just plain melted my heart and I loved that he wore his on his sleeve. He and Regan made a fantastic couple and I cannot wait to enjoy their story again and again and again. FTC Disclosure: I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ang (Sizzling Pages)

    4.5 stars A tad more subdued than the first two installments, but no less delightfully salacious, The Pearl was yet another exceptionally written erotic tale from Reisz's wickedly brilliant imagination. This latest release in the Godwick saga (which technically is considered a stand-alone novel, but highly recommend experiencing the series in its entirety) centered around Lord Arthur and Lady Regan Ferry's blossoming May-December romance. From a revengeful, blackmailing bargain struck in secret t 4.5 stars A tad more subdued than the first two installments, but no less delightfully salacious, The Pearl was yet another exceptionally written erotic tale from Reisz's wickedly brilliant imagination. This latest release in the Godwick saga (which technically is considered a stand-alone novel, but highly recommend experiencing the series in its entirety) centered around Lord Arthur and Lady Regan Ferry's blossoming May-December romance. From a revengeful, blackmailing bargain struck in secret to their unconventional relationship, this couple's lust-filled emotional journey fascinated and captivated me from the very first page. Being a loving and dutiful older sibling, Arthur Godwick quickly intervened to help resolve a major problem caused by his irresponsible kid brother, Charlie. Apparently, baby bro racked up a 100K tab at Regan's hotel, The Pearl - aka London's most notorious brothel. To cover the debt, Charlie bartered a valuable piece of artwork treasured by their parents - a painting of their great grandfather, Lord Malcolm Godwick. To reclaim the priceless family heirloom, Arthur reluctantly offered himself to provide sexual services to Lady Ferry for ten days. A deal that weighed heavily on good-natured Artie's conscience. The Godwicks we've encountered so far (i.e., Lord Malcolm, Mona, Spencer, Lia) were unashamedly bawdy, lascivious, and downright lewd. Arthur, on the other hand, seemed more reserved and low-key. Surrendering to Regan's demands made him uncomfortable; however, through their arrangement, we had the opportunity to see a very sexy yet submissive side to his character. I adored virtually everything about Arthur ~ his soft-spoken manner, his compassion, his patience, his immeasurable love for both his family and eventually Regan. He was a genuinely kindhearted and overly affectionate hero. Don't let that gentleness and submissive nature fool you, though. Arthur possessed a very sensual and extremely protective side, which made him completely irresistible. Overall, I liked Regan. On the surface, she was a seemingly cold-hearted, stubborn, imperious, and demanding businesswoman. Running a whorehouse can be tough, and Regan certainly had a callous personality. Also, focusing on revenge against all the Godwicks for their past sins against her mother only added to her frigidity. But there was a very wounded and vulnerable side to Regan that, once discovered, transformed her from the heartless bitter woman. I loved how Arthur quickly realized the true Regan and tended to her every need. It took some doing, but he truly managed to bring out the softer side of this ornery madam. The Pearl was an emotional and compelling love story, chock full of passion, secrets, witty banter, and some kink. Tiffany Reisz had me on edge, page after page, holding my breath with every plot twist and turn. Be warned, this is a taboo read, and though it is not typically my cup of tea, Reisz's remarkable writing style easily won me over. Also important to note the author's creative genius in using famous paintings as symbolism, incorporating their meaning, and weaving them into the story line. I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this publication via NetGalley

  16. 5 out of 5

    Corinne

    ***ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*** Intriguing, fascinating and provocative, The Pearl is book 3 in the erotica series The Godwicks, but can be read as a stand-alone. In fact, I didn't read the previous books yet (but plan on doing so after reading this book) and I appreciated how the author seamlessly recaped the first 2 books without taking anything away from this story's natural flow. Although not a fan of the third person POV, I find it works rea ***ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*** Intriguing, fascinating and provocative, The Pearl is book 3 in the erotica series The Godwicks, but can be read as a stand-alone. In fact, I didn't read the previous books yet (but plan on doing so after reading this book) and I appreciated how the author seamlessly recaped the first 2 books without taking anything away from this story's natural flow. Although not a fan of the third person POV, I find it works really well here. The characters and their interaction is fascinating to me. The writing style is very elegant and I appreciate how the author uses art to drive the story and create a supernatural and mysterious atmosphere. I got immersed in the story from the first page and read everything in one sitting. I highly recommend it and can't wait for the next book in the series.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Dulcie

    ARC was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Romance/Erotica : ⭐️⭐️⭐️ First: This cover is absolutely beautiful. Second : I'm a sucker for an older woman/younger man trope I enjoyed this read for what it was: a slightly cliché mostly predictable read. It was a dirty good time that I always enjoy when reading anything by Tiffany Reisz. There was a bit of what some people (like myself) would call a problematic storyline path that I think was unnecessary in ARC was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Romance/Erotica : ⭐️⭐️⭐️ First: This cover is absolutely beautiful. Second : I'm a sucker for an older woman/younger man trope I enjoyed this read for what it was: a slightly cliché mostly predictable read. It was a dirty good time that I always enjoy when reading anything by Tiffany Reisz. There was a bit of what some people (like myself) would call a problematic storyline path that I think was unnecessary in the book since it didn't really do much for the plot.

  18. 4 out of 5

    G.

    Well... It's official: The Red should have been a standalone. The only acceptable sequel/companion, in my opinion? Duh, one where old Malcolm was front and center in at least 99% of the book, preferably. Well... It's official: The Red should have been a standalone. The only acceptable sequel/companion, in my opinion? Duh, one where old Malcolm was front and center in at least 99% of the book, preferably.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Emily is Milling Around

    Call me Pavlov's Dog or another psychological term to describe my undying adoration for Tiffany Reisz, but when a girl gets a newsletter that one of her favorite authors is releasing another novel, said girl also opens up her wallet with wild abandon in order to frantically type in her CC info. It's me. I'm said girl. There are few things I'm actually looking forward to when the nice, blustery summer nights segue into terrifying winter evenings starting at 4:30 p.m., but cozying up in my bed with Call me Pavlov's Dog or another psychological term to describe my undying adoration for Tiffany Reisz, but when a girl gets a newsletter that one of her favorite authors is releasing another novel, said girl also opens up her wallet with wild abandon in order to frantically type in her CC info. It's me. I'm said girl. There are few things I'm actually looking forward to when the nice, blustery summer nights segue into terrifying winter evenings starting at 4:30 p.m., but cozying up in my bed with The Pearl sounds wonderful. And there's also another Original Sinners novella coming out too. sobs We do not deserve Tiffany.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jenn (The Book Refuge)

    *Thank you to NetGalley for an eARC of this novel which I received in exchange for my thoughts.* This book was so interesting. I have not read a Tiffany Reisz yet, though I have many on my TBR pile. This one was quite the place to be dropped into. Though this is the 3rd novel in a series, it was very compelling and from what I saw, the stories are only losely connected. This story involved a sex bargain of sorts. Arthur is a 21-year-old man, whose 18-year-old brother Charlie has gotten into some d *Thank you to NetGalley for an eARC of this novel which I received in exchange for my thoughts.* This book was so interesting. I have not read a Tiffany Reisz yet, though I have many on my TBR pile. This one was quite the place to be dropped into. Though this is the 3rd novel in a series, it was very compelling and from what I saw, the stories are only losely connected. This story involved a sex bargain of sorts. Arthur is a 21-year-old man, whose 18-year-old brother Charlie has gotten into some debt and trades it for a family painting worth a lot of money. To stop this from happening, Arthur goes to the woman, Regan Ferry, who holds it and asks to pay it back in some way. She says, he may pay off the debt with 7 nights of dates at her command. Yes, command. We have a Lady Domme situation!!! I never read enough female Dominant books and this one was an absolute delight. These two have crazy chemistry and there are some very sexy scenes shared between them. Let's just say the image of a Pearl necklace has never been done quite like this… like… wow. The story is told in a kind of interesting way, and I was a bit confused by some of it. I still give it a 4/5 stars and I may even reread parts of this at times. I really enjoyed myself.

  21. 4 out of 5

    ReadingTilTheBreakOfDawn

    After dedicating a month to mostly thrillers, The Pearl was a spicy respite that apparently I needed. Bring on the Godwicks, art loving characters and that devious Malcolm! The Pearl is a book told 3 parts and there is a lot of history to it. Told in 3rd person, first half from Arthur's POV and second half told in Regan's (with one chapter of Malcolm thrown in for good measure), we get a story of love, art, deceit and revenge. Arthur is the eldest son of The Godwicks and he seems to be more studi After dedicating a month to mostly thrillers, The Pearl was a spicy respite that apparently I needed. Bring on the Godwicks, art loving characters and that devious Malcolm! The Pearl is a book told 3 parts and there is a lot of history to it. Told in 3rd person, first half from Arthur's POV and second half told in Regan's (with one chapter of Malcolm thrown in for good measure), we get a story of love, art, deceit and revenge. Arthur is the eldest son of The Godwicks and he seems to be more studious, perhaps a little cold, and definitely more grown up than most men his age (he's 21). He's never connected with women his own age and he has a taste for something a little different. When Regan, a recent widow calls him to The Pearl because his brother Charlie has racked up quite a large bill, Arthur decides he will pay off his debt in return for getting their painting back that Charlie gave to Regan for his debt. When Regan proposes 10 nights with Arthur in return of the painting, he takes it. He doesn't know the importance of the painting, but he knows what it means to his parents and he would do anything to get it back. Plus, Regan is very easy on the eyes and treats Arthur just how he likes. Regan was married to a much older man who recently passed away. She did not marry for love, but for stability. And in that marriage, she lost herself along the way. She still had a love of art and a love for her mother she barely knew, but she didn't know how to warm her cold heart. Would Arthur be able to bring it back? Would their journey open more doors? Or was this all just a bad idea set in motion by a painting and revenge? You absolutely do not need to read any of the previous books in The Godwicks series, but reading them will give you a great understanding of who Malcolm is and the importance of art and fantasy through these stories. The art by women in The Pearl played a very important part to the journey of Arthur and Regan. I found myself looking up some of the pieces I wasn't familiar with so I could imagine the scenes playing out. Not only were these art pieces playing a major part, but so did family and sexual desires. And when you get a dominant woman such as Regan away from a life that she detested and see her in her real element with Arthur, this story had fire and more history than you could imagine. I liked the dominant woman and submissive man. But to also see the protective side of Arthur was an added bonus. All I'll say is I've enjoyed this family and the unique journey each of the family members have taken us on. This series is original, well written, sexy as hell and even a bit educating. The Pearl was a piece of erotica I didn't know I needed at the perfect time. I love everything that Tiffany Reisz writes and this was no different. Well written erotica is hard to do and Ms Reisz does it well. Her characters have substance, humor and these Godwicks are so original. This family is about art, fantasy and you guessed it, sex! Are you ready to push your limits?? "...And if this is Hell, sign me up for eternity." "I'm going to have to hurt you more so you'll stop liking this so much." "Do your worst," he said.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Michele

    4 1/2 stars.... Few authors can write erotica as flawlessly as Tiffany Reisz. I loved each book in this series. The blend of paranormal with romance and erotica is the perfect combination. The Pearl follows suit with the other books. We follow along with Arthur Godwick and Regan Ferry. They are brought together by Arthur's younger brother's mistake. The relationship grows from one of servitude to romance. I enjoyed the fact that there were a few twists thrown in for good measure. However, regardle 4 1/2 stars.... Few authors can write erotica as flawlessly as Tiffany Reisz. I loved each book in this series. The blend of paranormal with romance and erotica is the perfect combination. The Pearl follows suit with the other books. We follow along with Arthur Godwick and Regan Ferry. They are brought together by Arthur's younger brother's mistake. The relationship grows from one of servitude to romance. I enjoyed the fact that there were a few twists thrown in for good measure. However, regardless of all else, the backstory of the Godwicks always seems to grow with each book. We find out just a little more each time. Seeing the growth in both of these characters was lovely. The well-developed characters and plot combined with the saucy scenes make this book a must read for erotica fans. Thank you to NetGalley for this ARC. I voluntarily wrote this review and the opinions contained within are my own.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ellen Gail

    After the unrelenting brilliance of the first two books in this series, The Pearl was a letdown. It’s not bad exactly, but not nearly as good as I know it could have been.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Gitte TotallyBookedBlog

    4.5 Stars “I’ve had to be cold for so long”, she said. “I don’t know if I can remember how to be warm.” The Pearl by Tiffany Reisz is the third book in The Godwicks series, which is highly erotic, highly mystical, and artistically evocative. Whilst this book is part of a series it can absolutely be read as a standalone, however, every single book in this series has been superbly fabulous, so we highly recommend reading The Red and The Rose as well! It is no secret that Tiffany Reisz is one of our 4.5 Stars “I’ve had to be cold for so long”, she said. “I don’t know if I can remember how to be warm.” The Pearl by Tiffany Reisz is the third book in The Godwicks series, which is highly erotic, highly mystical, and artistically evocative. Whilst this book is part of a series it can absolutely be read as a standalone, however, every single book in this series has been superbly fabulous, so we highly recommend reading The Red and The Rose as well! It is no secret that Tiffany Reisz is one of our all-time favourite Authors. There really is something about her flawless writing, her sense of humour and quick liners. The banter, creativity and complex layered characters are second to none. Her books are compelling. “You can try to hate me, hate us, all you want, but I know the truth. You hate yourself.” In The Pearl, we meet Lord Arthur Godwick (the son of Mona from The Red) who, as an overprotective brother, offers to pay his brother’s debt to the owner of The Pearl Hotel, Lady Reagan Ferry. The debt is to be paid off in bed, which seems fitting, as The Pearl was formerly known as a brothel frequented by good old, Sir Malcolm Godwick. The connection between Reagan and Arthur was on fire! Her, being older in her early thirties and dominant, and him being in his early twenties and submissive to her demands. It was tantalisingly HOT! Tiffany Reisz, without question, writes the most amazing heroines, we have never come across one we did not fall utterly in love with. They truly are the most compelling, strong, funny, loving, sensual and endearingly vulnerable powerhouse characters. And my oh my Arthur, be still our hearts, what a wonderful man. A powerful man, who truly loved Reagan using his body and mind as her own personal playground of discovery and satisfaction. “Why are you in a good mood? It’s annoying me,” she said. “Why are you so cross? You’re the one who gets to fuck me tonight.” “Are all the Godwicks like you?” she asked? “Clever, charming? Desperately attractive?” “Obnoxious? Sardonic? Insufferably arrogant?” Fantasies are erotically brought to life in The Pearl through the medium of art, and it was both provocative and highly sensual. It was passionate, philosophical, and emotional as Reagan is on a journey of personal forgiveness, untangling invisible bonds and freeing herself from the past, her mind and life’s consequential restraints. Tiffany Reisz once again delivers a flawlessly written masterpiece that hits your heart with an overwhelming impact. We wanted more ‘afters’ from Reagan and Arthur, such was the comprehensive depths of their characters that we felt we knew them inside out hence we were left bereft when we had to leave them. But such is life when you are addicted to Tiffany Reisz, her stories and her characters. It can never be enough. Sophisticated intellectual erotica at its most magnificent! ‘With Arthur, a thousand years in his arms wouldn’t be enough.’ Available to purchase below Amazon US Amazon UK Come and say hi, at: ✲ TotallyBookedBlog ✲ TBB on Facebook ✲ TBB on Instagram ✲ TBB on Twitter ✲ TBB on Pinterest

  25. 5 out of 5

    Grace

    If there is one thing you can count on from this author, it is a highly erotic story, as two characters opening themselves up for new experiences. In book three of this series, we are introduced to Lord Arthur Godwick who is trying to right the wrongs of his brother, Charles. Namely settling debts at The Pearl, a hotel with a long history of debauchery. Leading that hotel and overseeing the debt is Regan Ferry, and she has a highly unconventional plan to settle that debt - Arthur must submit to If there is one thing you can count on from this author, it is a highly erotic story, as two characters opening themselves up for new experiences. In book three of this series, we are introduced to Lord Arthur Godwick who is trying to right the wrongs of his brother, Charles. Namely settling debts at The Pearl, a hotel with a long history of debauchery. Leading that hotel and overseeing the debt is Regan Ferry, and she has a highly unconventional plan to settle that debt - Arthur must submit to her every sexual demand for 10 days. Rough gig, lol. While Arthur is reluctant at first, it doesn't take long before he is putty is Regan's very capable hands. Like other heroines from this author, Regan is an independent woman who isn't ashamed of her sexuality and open to pressing someone's limits. And "the pearl" has more than one references in this book (let your imagination run wild with that one). There is also a paranormal element in this story, but it is not a big one, if that isn't your thing. The main point of it is to give the characters pause in their judgements of one another and see a path beyond 10 days. Although I didn't have a strong connection to either of the main characters, this story has all of the elements that have kept me coming back to this author - unique plotlines, kindle melt-worthy scenes, along with a good dose of humor. If you are a fan of this author, you are sure to enjoy this one! *An ARC was received via NetGalley for an honest review. For more reviews, visit

  26. 4 out of 5

    Rosa Sharon (iScream Book Blog)

    "What adult man would enjoy being treated like the spoiled pet of a pampered princess?" Um...Arthur? Or, as she calls him, Brat. I always get excited when Tiffany Reisz releases a new masterpiece. I'm addicted to her writing. She makes me laugh and blush and sigh in no particular order. This series, The Godwicks is different from any of the others I've read. It's got a bit of magic and suspense that makes it even more intriguing. The history and art and scandalous behavior are very entertaini "What adult man would enjoy being treated like the spoiled pet of a pampered princess?" Um...Arthur? Or, as she calls him, Brat. I always get excited when Tiffany Reisz releases a new masterpiece. I'm addicted to her writing. She makes me laugh and blush and sigh in no particular order. This series, The Godwicks is different from any of the others I've read. It's got a bit of magic and suspense that makes it even more intriguing. The history and art and scandalous behavior are very entertaining and the passionate payment of a debt had me reconsidering my opinion of long-term debt. In this particular case, the longer the better. I've really enjoyed this series and I'm excited to see where the author takes us next. Wherever she leads I'll follow. The line forms here...

  27. 4 out of 5

    Mike Musings Book Reviews

    This is the third instalment of the Godwicks series and the first Tiffany Reisz that I have read. Lord Arthur Godwick is summoned to the Pearl hotel, only to discover his younger brother is badly in debt and has taken a family heirloom to cover it. Obligated to repay it, Arthur is then used to defend the family honour and get the painting back. An erotic romance tale that is believable, contextual and tastefully done. The situation gets complicated until the final outcome reveals more about the This is the third instalment of the Godwicks series and the first Tiffany Reisz that I have read. Lord Arthur Godwick is summoned to the Pearl hotel, only to discover his younger brother is badly in debt and has taken a family heirloom to cover it. Obligated to repay it, Arthur is then used to defend the family honour and get the painting back. An erotic romance tale that is believable, contextual and tastefully done. The situation gets complicated until the final outcome reveals more about the family history. It is a book for adults who enjoy such a genre and is rated 4 stars.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Claypot_Reads

    What a delicious tale this was! Arthur and Regan’s book was all the beautifully erotic storytelling you expect from a Tiffany Reisz novel but this time with a dash of a little something “other”. The language is just beautiful, the characters intriguing and the chemistry had such a sensual feel I was hooked. Definitely recommend. I received an arc of this book.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Mirjam

    The Pearl is the third installment in The Godwicks Series, about 21-year old Lord Arthur Godwick, eldest son of Mona & Spencer. Arthur has spends the majority of his time cleaning up after his younger brother, Charlie who enjoys life to the fullest. But now Charlie had managed to screwed up majorly, accumulating up a 100,000 pound bill at the Pearl Hotel. To settle his bill, Charlie brought a priceless family heirloom to the owner of the Pearl, 30-year old Lady Regan Ferry. Trying to fix Charlie The Pearl is the third installment in The Godwicks Series, about 21-year old Lord Arthur Godwick, eldest son of Mona & Spencer. Arthur has spends the majority of his time cleaning up after his younger brother, Charlie who enjoys life to the fullest. But now Charlie had managed to screwed up majorly, accumulating up a 100,000 pound bill at the Pearl Hotel. To settle his bill, Charlie brought a priceless family heirloom to the owner of the Pearl, 30-year old Lady Regan Ferry. Trying to fix Charlie's mess, Arthur agrees to Regan's demand to spend 10 days with her to cater to her every sexual whim. He'll do anything to get back the painting of Lord Malcolm and he needs to do it in time before his parents discover Charlie messing up. You’re my bird now—my bird in my gilded cage. How does it feel, getting treated like your great-grandfather used to treat his whores? Little by little it is revealed that Regan is not a fan of the Godwicks, she abhors them and takes immensely pleasure in humiliating Arthur. But, appallingly and to his utter shock, Arthur finds that he likes what she does to him. But than, their deliciously hot sex scenes become creepy when the ghost of Lord Malcolm Arthur Augustus Fitzroy, thirteenth Earl of Godwick, Arthur’s great-grandfather, makes an appearance. Tiffany Reisz is an automatically one-click author for me. And I've again loved reading Arthur's story. TR knows how to write erotica, this being another prime example. I wonder what's next....... Part of The Godwicks Series that is best enjoyed when read in order ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    When you are feeling down in the dumps, read Tiffany Reisz. She cheers me up no end. I’m sure I read that the average person laughs 7 times in a day. This book gave me a lifetime’s worth of laughs. More than that though, in as much as The Red and The Rose had me googling works of art so did The Pearl. And I’m so delighted that every piece of art referenced in this book was created by a woman. The story itself is young Lord Arthur Godwick (Art for short) trying to earn back the priceless painting When you are feeling down in the dumps, read Tiffany Reisz. She cheers me up no end. I’m sure I read that the average person laughs 7 times in a day. This book gave me a lifetime’s worth of laughs. More than that though, in as much as The Red and The Rose had me googling works of art so did The Pearl. And I’m so delighted that every piece of art referenced in this book was created by a woman. The story itself is young Lord Arthur Godwick (Art for short) trying to earn back the priceless painting of his great grandfather Malcolm which has fallen into the hands of the beautiful Lady Regan Ferry due to his hapless younger brother, Charlie’s, inability to keep his dick in his trousers. The art is the inspiration. Clutch my pearls! Could that rake Lord Malcolm be interfering from beyond the grave? My most favourite quotes: “You’re my bird now - my bird in my gilded cage.” “There were worse jobs in the world than laying on his back in a luxurious bedroom designed for sex and letting an incredibly beautiful woman use his body.” “On the threshold of his bedroom, in a house gone dark and storm quiet, their mouths found each other in an electric kiss. It was a kiss on the edge of a knife, a kiss on the edge of the world.” “I will love you forever, and you can’t stop me so don’t bother trying. I’ll love you and I’ll wait for you, but if you run from me, I’ll find you.” Dreams really can come true in this brilliantly written dollop of sauciness.

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