The Last Good Knight by Tiffany Reisz: Review

The Last Good Knight by Tiffany Reisz: ReviewThe Last Good Knight Part V: The Last Good Night by Tiffany Reisz
Published by Harlequin on 2014-05-10
Genres: Contemporary, Erotica, Fiction, Romance
Pages: 400

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

Alexis says…

Oh, how I missed Nora and Soren…

As many of you know, Soren is my #1 Book Boyfriend of ALL TIME! Yes, I know it is a very weird crush, but then again my taste is not conventional. I also want to be Nora or someone exactly like her. She literally has the likes of high-profile judges, celebrities, lawyers, etc. kneeling at her feet and she is Soren’s Little One. Funny fact you don’t know…I’m so obsessed with Nora and Soren that I actually asked my husband if we could dress up as them for Halloween, sadly he did not comply.

The Last Good Knight is a novella broken up into 5 parts. I am not a novella person whatsoever, but obviously I could not pass this one up. The Last Good Knight takes places three years before The Siren. I highly advise that you read Tiffany’s Original Sinners series before you start this novella. By reading the series, you get the background into Soren, Nora, and Kingsley’s story.

When I started reading the first section, I was worried that Soren wasn’t going to be in the story, but of course he made an appearance and quite possibly made me swoon even more. Ok…enough swooning, back to the review. While celebrating her 30th birthday at the 8th Circle, Nora meets the very yummy Lance.

“I’m Mistress Nora. Nice to beat you.”

While in her dungeon with Lance, news spreads that a Domantrix that used to work at the 8th Circle was severely beaten and is the hospital. Because of this, Nora is given a bodyguard who just coincidentally happens to be Lance. Of course, Kingsley has a rule against them hooking up. While under his protection, Nora starts to fall for him a little bit and him for her as well.

“Someone should serve a woman like you every single day, or as often as you desire, of course.”

Lance has a back story that completely tugged at my heart strings.   When you are categorized as a deviant and subsequently loose what is most important to you, you’d think it would break a person? Not Lance. It made him a fighter and even more appealing (shh…don’t tell Soren.)    He was the kind of man you would want to marry; his drive, compassion, and devotion to keep women safe was inspiring. He even had Nora contemplating a future with him. Can you imagine Nora domesticated?

“I’d slay dragons for you, Mistress.”

To say I loved this novella is an understatement; I was totally bummed when I finished it. I did not want this story to end, hell I could’ve read like ten more short stories.   The Last Good Knight has quenched my thirst for Nora and Soren for the time being. Is it June yet? I can’t wait for The Saint!

“You are mine. That’s who you are.”




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The Last Good Knight Part I: Scars and Stripes


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The Last Good Knight Part II: Sore Spots


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The Last Good Knight Part III: The Games Destiny Plays


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The Last Good Knight Part IV: Fit to Be Tied


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The Last Good Knight Part V: The Last Good Night


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About Tiffany Reisz

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.