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The Last Good Knight: An Original Sinners novella told in five parts

Part I: Scars and Stripes

It’s lust at first sight when Mistress Nora encounters a sexy newcomer to The 8th Circle. She’s happy for the distraction, since she left her lover, Søren, but her session with Lance is cut short when her boss, Kingsley Edge, reveals they’re all in danger….

Part II: Sore Spots

With a potential stalker on the loose, Kingsley hires Lance as Nora’s bodyguard, but stipulates no sex while he’s on duty. Frustrated by the ex-SEAL’s noble chivalry, Nora is driven to seek release with the one man she’s trying to forget….

Part III: The Games Destiny Plays

Shocked to see Nora’s bruises, Lance is furious that she put herself in danger and demands to know where she got them. As Nora confesses her true nature, she’s equally shocked to learn that Lance has some secrets of his own, drawing them together despite Kingsley’s orders….

Part IV: Fit to Be Tied

With her feelings for Lance warring with her recent encounter with Søren, Nora returns to Lance’s bed and finds herself toying with the idea of…toying with him on a permanent basis. But after she gets a glimpse into his personal angst, Nora realizes she has the power to rescue this white knight….

Part V: The Last Good Night

Now that the perpetrator has been apprehended, Nora sadly acknowledges she doesn’t need a bodyguard anymore. She adores Lance and wants to keep him but is faced with a dilemma—if she uses her connections to help Lance, she’ll have to give him up forever…


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My Rec:

I’m a huge fan of the Original Sinners series and the Last Good Knight does not disappoint. Full of humor, snark, dark moments and sexy times it’ll keep you turning the page. Set three years before The Siren, we see a Nora who’s at the top of her game as one of Kingsley Edge’s Dominatrixes who plays hard at The Eighth Circle. When she spots Lance, a former navy seal sitting at the bar it’s like Christmas morning. He’s tall, quiet, sexy and a submissive who’s the perfect distraction from angst over missing Soren. What I love about this serial is watching Nora consider making Lance a permanent addition to her life. Circumstances and danger bring them together but when she sees how his personal life is impacted by the BDSM lifestyle they both practice, she has the choice to help him even if her choice could mean the end of anything between them.

If you haven’t been pulled into the sexy, mysterious sometimes heartbreaking world of the 8th Circle consider this an invitation from Nora to come play in her world.

If you’re looking for a happy ending where the heroine Nora rides off into the sunset with her Knight, Lance this is not a possibility as it’s a prequel to The Siren.  Ms. Reisz excels in realistic stories and even though we all know life isn’t fair Nora is strong and she will survive.  You can really see character development which continues in the rest of the series and I always want to read more, not because I’m left wanting but because I want to immerse myself in their world.




Tiffany Reisz lives with her boyfriend (a reformed book reviewer) and two cats (one good, one evil). She graduated with a B.A. in English from Centre College in Danville, Kentucky and is making both her parents and her professors proud by writing BDSM erotica under her real name. She has five piercings, one tattoo, and has been arrested twice.

When not under arrest, Tiffany enjoys Latin Dance, Latin Men, and Latin Verbs. She dropped out of a conservative southern seminary in order to pursue her dream of becoming a smut peddler. Johnny Depp’s aunt was her fourth grade teacher. Her first full-length novel THE SIREN was inspired by a desire to tie up actor Jason Isaacs (on paper). She hopes someday life will imitate art (in bed).

If she couldn’t write, she would die.



Twitter: @TiffanyReisz




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New from Lillian McKinnon: Kismet, a free LGTBQ Serial read

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Today’s guest post is by Lillian McKinnon.

Kismet is a contemporary fantasy set in a world much like our own. But behind that world co-exists a world of magic that exists in the minds of humanity as myth. When creating a world of any sort though, the first step is to know what you plan to do in that world. Even a world filled with magic has to have rules in order to be logical.

In my world, I have blended together Greek, European and Japanese folklore so had to establish a set of rules that was familiar to both and create a few more to bridge the gap so that as events unfold, they seem real within the stated confines of the created reality. I took the idea of how fairies and goblins use trees and rings to travel and made it so that trees became a route to not only travel from one to another, but certain types of sacred trees became way points between one realm and the next. Jason is a dryad, so it made sense to me to have him able to not only be able to speak to the sentient sacred trees, but to travel via them as if they were a set of roads.

My goblin, Romney, cannot travel via tree. He is bound to to the human world, only able to enter and exit via special rings of toadstools , but not from one ring to another within the human realm. He is either in the human realm or out of it. Hence, he travels using man’s machines, always on the hunt for another vestige of magic he can steal from another. He is on the hunt for one particular tree, however, as it not only ancient, but he’s heard rumour that its guardian spirits are all dead.

He means to find this tree and then use the young fox, Cody, he’s captured to see if he figure a way to harness its power. He figures that if he has a fox minion enter the empty fox realm on the other side while he himself is on the other, then he may be able to figure a way to bind it to himself or manipulate it in some way using Cody and his latent powers as a fox.

If logical rules were not in place, the actions of characters could become chaotically random. I have tried to maintain logical order, so that when a character says or does something, whether mundane or magical, it doesn’t jolt the reader out of the story. So, just as the plot must advance within a logical framework and characters’ actions and feelings must match their personality, the world they live in must obey certain physical laws. I find it helpful to know what the plot is going to be and what the characters will say or do in general so that I can imagine how the world around them must work to allow those things to come to pass.

Sometimes while figuring out the niggly bits, I find it helpful to sit and play on the Sims. There, I can create people who resemble my ideals rather closely, and have a play. It relaxes me while allowing me to stay somewhat connected to my guys so that in the back of my brain, it all begins to come together. That’s when I know I’m ready to sit down and actually start to write. Well, once I’ve had enough time playing on the Sims, anyway.


World building playlist

When I’m creating a new fictional universe, I get a whole different vibe inside, so I have a different playlist that usual. I’m almost 13, so yeah, my headphones are almost ALWAYS on, and I have a playlist for almost everything!

1.Star Wars main theme- Star Wars soundtrack, episode IV

2.Dies Irae- Star Wars soundtrack, Episode IV

3.Vampire Knight main theme- Vampire Knight OST

4.Vampire Knight Kaname Clan’s main theme- Vampire Knight OST

5.The Planets, OP. 32- Gustav Holt

6.Sleeping Beauty- Tchaikovsky

7.Swan Lake- Tchaikovsky

8.Game of Thrones Main Title- Game of Thrones OST

9.North of the Wall- Game of Thrones OST

10.Throne Room and End Title- Star Wars OST, ep. IV


Kismet is a free read, so rather than have the usual buy links up, below you’ll find two fund raiser links. One is for a homeless youth charity called Lost-N-Found Youth. Not every kid is lucky enough enough to have the support of a loving family, and LGBT youth are much more likely to face abuse and being kicked out on the streets. Lost-N- Found not only help youth out by providing shelter for as many as they can, but help youth get back into education and into society as contributing members. They also provide legal assistance where necessary, food, clothes, and so much more.

The other link is for a couple who are writers in the LGBT romance genre. Following emergency brain surgery, TJ and Eric have been traveling a long, hard and expensive road. Things are beginning to look up, with Eric soon to come home to TJ and their new home. They could still use the help and continued support of caring people though. I ask that those of you following the blog tour please consider contributing an amount to at least one of these causes, no matter how small or insignificant you feel that donation would be.

Pennies all add up into dollars, after all.

Thank you,

Lillian McKinnon

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