Review: Michael’s Wings – Tiffany Reisz

Posted 17 April, 2018 by Linda @ (un)Conventional Bookworms in Reviews / 18 Comments

*I received a free copy of Michael's Wings from via Author. This has in no way influenced my voluntary review, which is honest and unbiased *

Review: Michael’s Wings – Tiffany ReiszMichael's Wings Series: Original Sinners #6.3
on 7 November 2017
Pages: 253
5 Stars

Griffin has just popped the question—yes, that question—and Michael doesn’t have an answer. He flees town for New Orleans to see his confidante and sometime-Domme, Mistress Nora. Will a weekend of beignets and beatings help him untangle his knotted-up heart?

Thus begins Michael's Wings, the eponymous novella that kicks off the latest entry in Tiffany Reisz's LAMBDA Literary Award-winning* Original Sinners series.

This companion collection to fan-favorite The Angel also contains six previously-published stories starring Mistress Nora's favorite angel and Griffin—his master, his true love, and the sexy-as-hell bane of Michael's existence.

Michael’s Wings… *sighs* I wish I had had the self control to read this selection of short novellas much slower. But that was simply impossible. The stories were all irresistible, and it made me so happy to be in the Orginal Sinners universe once more!

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All the stories in Michael’s Wings are set in the Original Sinners universe. If you know me at all, you know I absolutely love everything about the characters, the universe and the stories Reisz writes in this series. Each story brings something new to the table. A little quirk a character has. A different perspective on something that happened. A vulnerability that had been well hidden in the past. And, as always, the writing is absolutely amazing.

There are seven short stories in Michaels’ Wings, and they are all great. Of course, they’re all a little naughty. And they’re plenty hot. And spending some time with these incredible sinners is always a nice treat. No matter if I had a good week or a meh week, spending some time in this universe just makes things good all around.

If you’re new to Tiffany Reisz and her Original Sinners series, I think you should start with The Siren rather than with Michael’s Wings, as you might be a bit spoiled for the full series if you pick this one up first. If you’re already familiar with the Original Sinners but haven’t read this one yet, you should. Trust me! One-click it, and bask in the awesomeness.

Linda @ (un)Conventional Bookworms

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Linda is an English as foreign language teacher and has a Master's degree in English Language and Literature. She's an avid reader, blogger, compulsive one-clicker and a genre omnivore. Ever since she learnt how to read she has been seen with a book or two in her hands everywhere she goes.

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18 responses to “Review: Michael’s Wings – Tiffany Reisz

  1. I haven’t read this series yet, but I always love it when a favorite series gets a collection like this to add to what I know about the world and characters of the series.
    And, yes, I have devoured books that I meant to read slowly and savor. 😉

    • There’s so much more to this series than erotica, though, Carole. I would suggest you try the first book, and if that doesn’t work for you – don’t push on. However, the characters, the character development, the overall story – everything, really – is so well done. And you have already sampled Reisz’ writing, so you know she is awesome 😉

  2. And to think I started it all, huh? LOL I stopped at The Saint, but not because I wasn’t liking it—I think you are aware The Original Sinners and its creator are one of my faves EVER!—just a matter of time and other commitments . . . *sigh* Anyway, I LOVE Griffin and he and Michael are such a pure pleasure to read!!!! I really want to read this badly <3

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