The Queen (The Original Sinners #8) by Tiffany Reisz
Well this is it. The end of the Sinners. At least until TR writes some more right? The Queen is the story of Nora and Soren in their time “apart”, broken up with each other and all around broken. Soren wants his Eleanor back, and Nora wishes to be accepted for who she is now, Mistress Nora. Both are at a stalemate as they cannot change their wants and needs. This book details the years before the beginning of The Siren.
Anyways, I really enjoyed this final book. Perhaps what I loved the most was the insight it provided me with on the events that took place before The Siren. I feel like I need a reread of that book because my views of all of the dynamics would change immensely.
I loved Tiffany’s writing as always, and I really did enjoy this book, but I didn’t love it. With these books the focus is so much on one or two characters only, that we lost side characters I love such as Griffin, Michael, and more that got shifted aside. It’s what I loved so much about the first 4 books was the character dynamics on a wide spectrum instead of focused.
Having said that I am so glad TR wrote this spinoff/prequel series and I enjoyed every single minute of it!
ARC kindly provided via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review