☆New Release☆ The King by Tiffany Reisz +Excerpt, Q&A & Giveaway

Tiffany Reisz is a GODDESS! I love everything and anything she writes, and The King is no exception. As if I didn't love Kingsley enough already, this book made me really want him!
Stay tuned for my review coming this Friday..


Title: The King 
Author: Tiffany Reisz 
Date of Publication: November 25, 2014 
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Synopsis
Cunning. Sex. Pure nerve. Only this potent threesome can raise him to his rightful place as ruler of Manhattan's kink kingdom. 

Bouncing from bed to bed on the Upper East Side—handsomely paid in both bills and blackmail fodder—Kingsley Edge is brilliant, beautiful and utterly debauched. No carnal act or chemical compound can relieve his self-destructive apathy—only Søren, the one person he loves without limit or regret. A man he can never have, but in whose hands Kingsley is reborn to attain even greater heights of sin. He plans to open the ultimate BDSM club­: a dungeon playground for New York's A-list that'll change the scene forever. 

The club becomes Kingsley's obsession—and he's enlisted some tough-as-nails help. His new assistant Sam is smart, secretive and totally immune to seduction (by men, at least). She and Kingsley make a wicked team. Still, their combined—and considerable—expertise in domination can't subdue the man who would kill their dream. The enigmatic Reverend Fuller won't rest until King's dream is destroyed. It's one man's sacred mission against another's….


Excerpt 
“How much trouble am I in for getting out of the car without permission?” Kingsley asked. 
“None,” Søren said, and Kingsley was wildly disappointed. 
“Let’s go. We can make it back to school by tonight.” Kingsley followed him back to the car. The driver opened the door for them. 
When they were alone again, Kingsley said, “Or…” 
“Or what?” Søren demanded.
“Or we could find a hotel and fuck in a real bed for once.” 
“We’re not on a date. And here I was wondering where the real Kingsley had gone.” 
“What do you mean?” he asked as the driver opened the car door for them. He slipped inside and Søren followed. They were on the road again before Søren answered. 
“When you were with Claire—I wasn’t sure you were the same Kingsley I know and barely tolerate.” “Why? Because I like kids?” 
“You were good with her.” 
“Kids are fun,” he said. What else was there to say? 
“I never considered you would like children.” 
“Well…I do. So what?” 
“Nothing,” Søren said, laughing to himself. “Nothing at all.” 
“I know you see me as some kind of pervert,” Kingsley said. “But believe or not, I am a human being. Yes, I like kids. I might want kids someday. I don’t have much of a family anymore. If I want a family I’ll have to make my own. Sometimes I have thoughts that don’t have anything to do with sex. I’m not just your toy, you know. I have feelings and—” 
His impassioned “I have feelings” speech ended abruptly when Søren grabbed him hard by the back of the hair and brought his mouth down in a brutal kiss. 
Kingsley almost pulled away so he could finish his tirade before realizing he wanted the kiss so much more than the fight. Kingsley returned the kiss with equal and greater passion. Søren yanked Kingsley’s jacket off him and threw it on the floorboard. Kingsley pulled his own shirt off and rolled on to his back on the bench seat. He’d remember the sensation of leather on his bare back all his life. “Have you ever had sex in the back of a Rolls Royce?” Kingsley asked, trying not to rip Søren’s shirt in his rush to unbutton it. 
He needed Søren’s skin on his skin right now. “No,” Søren said. “But ask me that question again in an hour.” 
Before Kingsley could respond to that, Søren grabbed his wrists, pinned them over Kingsley’s head and kissed him again—deeper, slower, but no less punitive. Kingsley groaned, and Søren slapped a hand over his mouth. 
“Quiet,” Søren said into Kingsley’s ear. “We aren’t alone, and I’ll gag you until you choke if I have to. Understand?” Kingsley nodded against Søren’s hand. 
A curtain and partition separated them from the driver. He couldn’t see them, but if they were loud enough, he could hear them. He’d disobeyed Søren’s orders to stay in the car, he’d yelled at him and talked back. 
He was going to get it this time. Good. 
Søren kissed him again. Kingsley kept his sounds of pleasure to a minimum even when Søren reached between their bodies, unzipped Kingsley’s pants, and stroked him hard. 
Every muscle in Kingsley’s stomach tightened. He sucked in his breath sharply from the shock of pleasure. It took every bit of self-control not to moan audibly. 
“You like this?” Søren asked. 
“God, yes, so much,” Kingsley said, lifting his hips against Søren’s hand. He spoke in French and English. He was about to lose control of more than his language skills if Søren didn’t stop touching him like that. 
“I think you like it too much.” Søren rose up on his knees and looked down at Kingsley.  
“I don’t. I really don’t. I like it exactly as much as you want me to.” 
“You’re pathetic when you’re turned on.” 
“I am so pathetic right now.”



Tiffany Reisz is the author of the internationally bestselling and award-winning Original Sinners series for Mira Books (Harlequin/Mills & Boon). Tiffany's books inhabit a sexy shadowy world where romance, erotica and literature meet and do immoral and possibly illegal things to each other. She describes her genre as "literary friction," a term she stole from her main character, who gets in trouble almost as often as the author herself. She lives in Portland, Oregon. If she couldn't write, she would die.
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Q/A with Tiffany 

-Do you have a favorite book or author you like to recommend? Do you have a comfort read? 
I have a set of books I regularly recommend to people. Want to read amazing literature? Read my favorite novel of all time All the King’s Men by Kentucky author Robert Penn Warren. 
Want to read the most moving love story I’ve ever read? Read The Vintner’s Luck by Elizabeth Knox. 
My comfort reads are Sherlock Holmes short stories and Agatha Christie’s Poirot novels. 

-What is your guilty pleasure? 
I’d need to feel guilt to have a guilty pleasure. Buying office supplies I don’t need is probably the closest I get to a guilty pleasure. I buy them and think about all the people out there who don’t have awesome office supplies like I do and I feel bad for them. 

-Favorite Meal? 
Coffee and an ice cream sandwich is my version of a “Power Lunch.” The combination of tastes is glorious.


-If you weren’t a writer, what would you be? 
My non-writer dream job is train engineer (what? I like trains). My realistic non-writer job would be working in a bookstore. That’s what I was doing when I started my writing career. 


-If you could time travel, what time period would you visit?

I would have to pick Palestine in the time of Jesus Christ. I have so many questions to ask him!

-What will be your next read?
I don’t know! So many great books to choose from. Since it’s almost Christmas I’ll probably read Jesus: A Pilgrimage by Jesuit priest James Martin. I adore Father Martin’s books on his spiritual journey.

-Are you a plotter or a pantser? (when you write)
Both. I plot but the book always surprises me so I often have to throw out the outline and start over. Basically I just write and rewrite and rewrite and rewrite until the book reveals its secrets to me.

-If you could change places with one of your characters for a day- who would it be and what would you do?
I want to be Kingsley for a day so I could have sex with all the beautiful perverts of Manhattan—men and women. We’d wear out the leather in the Rolls Royce.

To read more of this interview with Tiffany, check back Friday for the review post!

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