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A trained submissive, Eleanor will do whatever her master commands...even spend a week with a stranger. Daniel has been a recluse since his wife's death, and Eleanor's lover thinks spending time with her will be therapeutic--especially since Daniel is also a Dom.Despite her defiant streak, Eleanor can't resist giving in to Daniel's erotic demands. But while she'll let himA trained submissive, Eleanor will do whatever her master commands...even spend a week with a stranger. Daniel has been a recluse since his wife's death, and Eleanor's lover thinks spending time with her will be therapeutic--especially since Daniel is also a Dom.Despite her defiant streak, Eleanor can't resist giving in to Daniel's erotic demands. But while she'll let him have her body, she's determined to keep a guard around her heart. Even if Daniel wants to make Eleanor his permanently....THE GIFT (ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED AS SEVEN DAY LOAN)...

Title : seven day loan the original sinners 0 15
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seven day loan the original sinners 0 15 Reviews

  • ♥ Jx PinkLady Reviews ♥
    2019-03-03 04:28

    Seven.... Day.... Loan.... The title says it all......and we're not talking about books here, ladies.....??? It's hard for me to get my head around.... Sharing??? Passing around like an object, a possession???? I'm trying to understand!!!A lot can happen in seven days.....I loved those seven days, LOVED, LOVED, LOVED. ♥ Those seven days moved me to tears...... and got to my heart in many ways. I never expected this short story to move me the way it did.... but it happened, and I long to uncover more about the phenomenon that is Nora & Soren.Daniel's divine, so lonely and so very lovely......They're good companions and, in those seven days, have all the time in the world together...... It seems to me that with Daniel,(view spoiler)[ she tastes the relationship she truly desires with Soren,(hide spoiler)] She gives Seven Days Loan.... but is there a chance she's risking more???? Her heart, maybe???This story is mind blowing, again..... and says a lot about the power and control one person can have over another. Such power, that ultimately, they're confident in the outcome of..... Seven Days Loan???? "You....are a force of nature." I know this probably will never happen but (view spoiler)[ TEAM NORA & DANIEL!!!!! (hide spoiler)] Just saying. ♥ BR with, Deanna, Sarah & Stella xxx ["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • Candace
    2019-03-14 04:55

    A Quick, Captivating Read!I've been wanting to begin this series for quite a while now and finally, just dived in. This short, prequel novella focuses on the events of a single week. During this week, Eleanor's master has "loaned" her to his friend, Daniel. Begrudgingly, Eleanor agrees to spend a week with this stranger, who has been celibate for the three years since the death of his wife. In no time, the relationship between the two heats up. I have to admit that I struggled with the idea of Eleanor just submitting to being loaned out between these two guys so casually, like a power tool or something. That whole concept is just bizarre to me. I guess I wouldn't make a good submissive, because there's no way in hell that would have ever happened. So, I'm still struggling to wrap my head around such a foreign notion. Aside from the fact that I seemed to struggle more with Eleanor's weeklong fate more than she did, the story was great. I was surprised at how intimate and emotional the relationship between Daniel and Eleanor was, in such a short span of time. Talk about evolving quickly! However, it never felt forced or rushed and the storyline progressed at a good pace. I cannot wait to begin the next book in the series and am hoping that I'll be seeing more of these two. This novella was incredibly hot and has left me wanting more of this story. If the rest of this series is half as good as this short prequel was, then I'm in for a treat!

  • ~ Becs ~
    2019-02-21 23:50

    I've read and reviewed this before but I've since read The Siren and The Angel and know Eleanor so much better, I felt the need to go back and revisit.So Eleanor, long before Nora Sutherlin was thought of, well trained submissive to Søren, is loaned out by him to spend a week with Daniel while he goes to Rome on 'business'. Daniel is a reclusive, widowed dominant who has been grief-stricken and living the life of a hermit since the death of his wife and submissive.Søren knows Eleanor will be good for him and Eleanor will do just about anything that Søren commands of her. She is at first a real bitch to Daniel but she soon submits to his will - he is quite clearly a commanding dom. They spend a week having sex and re-organising his impressive library. Eleanor manages to awaken the sleeping lion in Daniel and they both enjoy their week of D/s and he decides that he can't let her go after their week and begs her to stay.So Søren, machiavellian sadist that he is, was right. Eleanor will always go back to him and Daniel will leave his self-imposed exile from the world.This novella take place some considerable time before the events of The Siren but I highly recommend you read it after The Siren. It meant so much more to me the second time around.

  • Deanna❤Pink Lady❤️
    2019-02-27 02:38

    5 "Loan Me Out Pretty Please" StarsThis little 41 page novella was spectacular. It was sexy of course but what surprised the hell out of me was how MOVING it was. Nora and Daniel had a connection, even though it was only 7 days, it was breathtaking to read. I wish that it had been a 14 day loan instead. After readingThe Siren........this is just what the Mistress ordered. I would recommend this little tiny book cause it will pleasantly knock your panties off, after all, this book is about Nora,The Queen of Kink(view spoiler)[Daniel was real and she was more than just a seven-day loan. She had belonged to him. She had. I am now a Team Daniel fan and I hope and pray that he shows up again!!(hide spoiler)]BR with Jxxx, Sarah and Stella but I sped forth and didn't wait for them- sorry ladies ♥♥["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • Deborah
    2019-03-10 03:41

    3.5*Having seen the great reviews coming through for this book and needing a short read for my reading challenge I decided to give this a try.I'll be honest I would never have picked this book from the blurb I just don't like the idea of someone being given to another for a week but it worked. This was so much more than the quick smut read I was expecting and apart from one eye watering scene I really enjoyed it.Eleanor is a trained submissive and when her master goes away for the week he loans her to his friend Daniel for seven days. Eleanor isn't happy with the arrangement but what can she do?I didn't like the loan or Eleanor's master (because he would do that) I also didn't like that Eleanor just went along with it. But I found myself hooked and loving it, it totally worked, I liked Daniel and Eleanor together and this book turned out to be more than I expected, much more.

  • Sarah ❤️ Literary Obsessive
    2019-03-09 21:37

    This is a short and sweet and totally deserving of a full five star novella. This author is going to be the death of me because she's breaking my heart and mind piece by piece............The MOST disfunctional, [email protected] up, romance series I've ever read but a BEAUTIFUL romance all the same......can't find the words to show you how exquiste her words are, so I'll leave you with my favourite part....

  • Karla
    2019-02-20 20:33

    Excellent!!! What a delicious peek into Nora's life at a younger age. However, I strongly suggest that you read at least The Siren first, to get the full impact of her character and this story. You really need to know where Nora is in her life now, to understand what came before, in my opinion. Daniel...oh my, what lovely, broken man. My heart bled for him and Nora is just what he needs to move on to live and once again. She brings him back to life. It is sensual, passionate and Daniel's grief over his wife's death, was quite evident with his words and actions, and as heart-breaking as it was, it was lovely to see. Til death do us part...not for Daniel, he needed someone to help him let go. Although the sexual interactions with Nora are enjoyable to read, and only done as Tiffany Reisz can do, it's the time that they spend talking , particularly in the library, that made this book so special. For a short read, it was immensely satisfying! Please someone tell me that Daniel will somehow get a book of his own, or does he have a book already? I'm having a hard time letting go of him.

  • Kirsten
    2019-03-07 23:35

    5 StarsBefore she was a famous dominatrix, Nora was Søren's little one. When he needed to leave town he would leave her in the care of another (mentioned in The Angel) . This was a short novella of when Nora was lent to Daniel for a week. Three years ago, Daniel lost his wife and his possession, when she died. He is a recluse, and has been in a depression since losing the love of his life. Now Nora has come along to hopefully get him to start to live again. "I haven't played this game in years," he said, his voice low and forbidding. "That does not mean I've forgotten how."An hour...three hours later...she lost track of time. She forgot her name, forgot where she was...and most dangerously she momentarily forgot who she belonged to.This was a fantastic prequel to The Original Sinners series. At first I thought it was too short, but the more I think about it, if it was any longer, I would have fell more for Daniel and Nora as a couple. I fell HARD for Daniel, which surprised the shit out of me. I was not expecting to feel emotions for this character, when the book was only a few pages long. Yes, I got teary eyed while reading. They were great together, and it made me feel like I was cheating on Søren for liking them together. "I'll let you leave," he said into her ear as he lifted her by her thighs and pushed his cock into her. "But I'll make sure you miss me."I was thinking 4-4.5 stars, but anything that is so short, that can evoke the kind of heart and feels throughout it, truly deserves the 5 star rating. Even though this is a 0.5, I am glad I knew more of the story first. In my opinion, I would not read in its chronological order. I liked knowing what was going on in the latter books before I tackled this one. I highly recommend reading this if you are a fan of The Original Sinners series. It's quick, yet very deep. Truly loved this! It made me love Nora even more. Best heroine ever!

  • Pam
    2019-03-24 00:54

    5 stars"I may not touch you again for the rest of this week," he said. "Or I may fuck you blind, deaf and dumb."Can I be put on loan, pretty please ?!? Daniel is one helluva Dom, and to think it's been three years since he's played. Elanor is one luck lucky girl!

  • Rain ~miss kinky knickers~
    2019-03-21 03:32

    Hello, Nora.How are you, darling? Doing good?I have to admit, I've enjoyed this glimpse in your past.You've managed to surprise me... yet again. Somehow, you always do.And, let me tell you this - I really like Daniel. Another lost soul, trying to find his way. There seem to be too many of those. Or, maybe, some are just a bit more lost than others?You have such a good way with words. As good as with a crop. Oh, you'll figure out what I'm talking about. Just you wait.I do like Daniel. But... not as much as I like Wesley. Oh, you haven't met Wesley yet. But you will. I'm still hoping the two of you will manage to work something out. He's such a sweetie. There are a lot of ladies here that love him. You can't not love him... you can only try.And, the surprise... well, I can't bring myself to believe you'd considered - even for a second - leaving S... him. It was quite a shock.You didn't. Of course you didn't. Will you, though? Ever? I wonder...Can't wait to hear from you again.And... take care.* A word of advice - even though the events in this story are happening some ten years before The Siren, I'd suggest you read The Siren first.It's easier to understand Nora, you'll feel much better connection with the story, and that way you'll get the shock we've all experienced, rather than know (almost) everything in advance.

  • Selene
    2019-03-23 04:33

    First time reading this author's work and I'm blown away by how much is packed into this tiny little story!I was expecting erotic and kinky tie-me-down games, but this story was pleasantly humorous with very satisfying intimacy scenes and an emotional connection that I didn't expect to see. All of the characters were very intriguing and the whole storyline fascinated me! There was one scene that surprised the hell out of me, though...(view spoiler)[It involved vaginal fisting and that didn't appeal to me at all, but kudos to those who do appreciate it. (hide spoiler)] And I'm still trying to forget that part...Definitely looking forward to reading more of this author's work!["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • DKristin
    2019-03-07 22:32

    Daniel... Gosh he is just so broken and yummy!!! I only love a broken man in fiction. I think it's because they are still really strong and usually fixable to a certain extent. It's not cute in real life though! This was a quick & hot read and I'm sure I will read it again and again. :D

  • Searock
    2019-03-14 03:52

    Unique,unique,unique!Once again, Tiffany Reisz goes all Mr. Mesmer on me and I am lost in her thrall!This was a delicious morsel. I am currently delving into the free sequels on the author's website. Drool.I'm becoming quite hopelessly enamored with Ms. Reisz' writing: her style and characters, her light and humorous tone. Simmering below the lovely writing is an angst and pathos that pulls my heart along effortlessly in its wake. It's a sheer act of bravery to write in these themes and Ms. Reisz does it like its the most natural thing in the world. As dark or irreverent as it may seem, the writing doesn't feel manipulated. This is no adrenaline kick for the author. This is no act of rebellion. The is remarkable and poignant storytelling. While my intellect was piqued and my body was seduced, my belly was gently laughing. I effing loved this reading experience.Ohhhh alas! I am in love with another writer.I think she'll allow me to spread myself around, however. She seems quite open-minded that way.(Thanks Michele, for pimping this amazing book way before I was seduced by The Siren, although I am glad I read it afterward.)For those readers who enjoyed the Siren, this story is a must read.

  • ᴥ Irena ᴥ
    2019-02-27 03:25

    I read this ages ago and as far as I remember it wasn't bad.I haven't read any books from The Original Sinners series. However, I've read so many reviews that I know most of the characters, its good and bad points.This story offers a glimpse of a younger The Original Sinners main character and of her relationship with another key character. I think the lovers of this series may appreciate (and understand) it a bit more.I don't have any particular opinion on this. I'll leave it in the middle since I agree with the majority of readers that the writing is good.

  • StellaR
    2019-03-18 20:42

    Contentment can be the enemy. But don't worry. Life, death, or an act of God will eventually intervene. Enjoy the contentment while it lasts. It won't last forever.HUH, I'm sure I'll never know what I feel with this series. Even this short story made a huge impact, it's a necessary to read, all of the things matter, I have to know all of the details. I just know these and there I went jumping on Seven Day Loan before The AngelSo, Nora was loaned to Soren's close friend, Daniel for a week. It's an intense seven days affair. I wish there were more, but who knows if there's more in the future? I haven't been that far. What I'm sure of is I'm Team Daniel! :))Note: Thanks to these girlies for the BR, Deanna, Barb, Sarita and J. We hold each other hands through this :))

  • Rosalinda *KRASNORADA*
    2019-02-26 20:28

    I never thought seven day loans could be so sexy... We get to know more about Nora & Soren relationship in this book. I know guys, we don't get a lot of Soren in this book but to be honest, "Seven Day Loan" shows how a generous person Soren is. And also it shows how self-confident Soren is and I love self-confident men. He knows Eleanor will always go back to him :)Favorite quotes:"He warned me you were smart. He neglected to mention you were a smart-ass as well" "God I love a man who reads""Contentment can be the enemy" "I'll let you leave. But I'll make sure you miss me.""Don't worry, I miss you already" "I won't ask you to stay. But I want to""I won't say 'yes' if you do ask... but I want to" Can't wait to read more about Daniel :)

  • Michelle
    2019-03-11 23:43

    It's rare that a novella earns 5 stars, not because the writing or really even the story, but more to do with the length. It's near impossible to give the reader enough in such a short span of time, yet Tiffany Reisz was able to get me in under fifty pages. In the Gift, or Seven Day Loan (if you'd like); he gives her to Daniel for seven days. Just seven days for Eleanor 'Nora' to give a man a reason to live after having three years of wanting nothing more than to fade away.Daniel is a Dom who has not been himself since the passing of his wife three years ago, being nothing more than a possession, Eleanor is passed to the man in order to awaken something within him that's been sleeping. She could say no, refuse to go; but she won't deny the him anything he wants. Eleanor quickly realizes that there is much more to the man that she expected, that her task is much more than giving her body to another man - but giving him something to want to live for. And in turn... (view spoiler)[perfectly displaying what it is that she desires to have with Soren. (hide spoiler)]In such a short period of time I was completely ready to jump ship and change my team name to Daniel. I know that it doesn't take much to cause my eyes to leak, but I was taken aback by the fact that these pages had so many moments where I just wanted to do nothing but cry my eyes out."I'll let you leave.... But I'll make sure you miss me."Having not read anything beyond The Siren at this point, I can say that I am already completely connected to 'Nora' thus far and my feelings towards Soren are not quite carved into stone. For everything I felt about him that had me teetering on edge there is something that pulls me back just as quickly. I am excited to continue on with this journey to see what becomes of this wonderful cast of characters.["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • Sheri
    2019-03-20 21:43

    I read this short story before reading The Siren, and now after reading some of the other reviews, I feel I am going to have to come back and re-read it after I have read The Siren. That being said, I enjoyed the short story anyway, even if, as the other reviews say, you should have read the other book first to fully understand the implications of what happened during the story. A trained submissive, Eleanor will do whatever her master commands...even spend a week with a stranger. Eleanor was given to Daniel to 'keep him company' for a week while her master was away on business. Apparently Daniel and Eleanor's master are good friends, and the master thought Eleanor would be good for Daniel. Daniel, a former dom, takes to Eleanor and she to him. The short story is well written and fun to read. Eleanor is a well-trained submissive with a bit of an attitude. I'm looking forward to reading more about her in The Siren.

  • Kimberly Carrington-Fox
    2019-02-25 23:48

    Un disfrute de novella. Una pena que sea tan corta, mal Tiffany, muy mal!!!!! Me he enamorado por completo de Daniel, lo quiero en mi cama! ♥

  • Crista
    2019-03-12 01:35

    These books test the very outer limits of my comfort zone. I am pushed, pulled, and tested, but I'm also treated to some of the best writing and character studies that I've read in some time. This is my conundrum.This book will be better enjoyed, in my humble opinion, if you've already read The Siren. Although this book is set many years prior to The Siren, it gives another snap shot of Nora's past and where she comes from. Soren is in this book, if only for the first chapter, and he continues to confuse, repel, and intrigue me all at the same time.Soren has arranged to "give" Nora to his friend Daniel for seven days. Daniel is also a dominant who is mourning the loss of his wife. Although this is a short story, it is packed with emotion and sensuality. As with The Siren, I closed this book wishing that things could be different for Nora. Wanting her to be with Daniel (really anyone!) rather than Soren.The healing that takes place in Daniel's life over the course of the seven days with Nora is the "magic" of this novella. I was captivated, and finished this one in no time.The Angel is up next. I'm not sure I have the courage to tackle it, but I'm SURE I don't have the willpower not to at least try.A big thanks to Harlequin UK for this copy provided for review!!!

  • Brenna
    2019-03-06 03:41

    It's ridiculous how Tiffany can get me completely sucked into a story and feeling so much in only FORTY THREE freaking pages!This short story follows twenty three year old Eleanor on a "seven day loan" with Daniel, a friend of Søren's. It was actually really interesting to see her younger as a submissive. Daniel was really interesting and if I wasn't already so in love with all the other men in Nora/Eleanor's life, I would say he is pretty perfect for her. "Eleanor spent the next three days in a haze of sex and books and happiness." Well, that sounds like heaven to me... ;)“Oh my God,” Eleanor said, sounding utterly shocked. “What?” “You’re a nerd.” Daniel only looked at her a moment before laughing. “I am not a nerd. I’m a librarian.” “No way,” she said, recalling again the ferocious passion and the skill he’d demonstrated last night. “Guess they were right.” “Who?” “You know, whoever said ‘it’s always the quiet ones.’"...“I’ll let you leave,” “But I’ll make sure you miss me.”

  • Christy
    2019-03-24 00:53

    A seven day loan...After losing his wife three years ago, Daniel has yet to move on. He hasn't even left his home since his wife died, except to attend her funeral. Daniel is friends with a certain priest who decides that while he is out of town, he should 'borrow' his submissive. Eleanor isn't too happy with this arrangement at first, but Daniel grows on her. She gets a glimpse of how life could be like to be with a Dom who could give her all of his attention, not a man who can give her Thursday and Saturday nights. Seven days is not long enough. Daniel wants to keep Eleanor, and a big part of her wants to stay...I love Eleanor! Can never get enough of her!!! I really liked Daniel too... maybe he will be in The Angel or The Prince? I'm excited to jump into those two!!!

  • Vika aka ♔ of GIF & Grumpy Smut-ateer *P/T Freebie Fairy
    2019-03-16 20:29

    A quick enjoyable read.Focuses on one of the times when Soren loaned her out to a friend to cheer him up and lure him away from his house. Nora acts a sexetherapy for a grieving widower and now a hermit Dom friend. [image error]

  • *.Amaia.* BlackMagicRose
    2019-03-15 20:45

  • Shannie's ⭐️Lookin' 4 My Next BBF⭐️
    2019-03-17 01:40

    5 Got to See a More Softer, Innocent Side of Nora Stars!!This short takes place when Nora is still Eleanor at the young age of twenty-three. Soren must leave for 7 days so he sends Eleanor to stay with Daniel during that time. Daniel is a thirty-six year old librarian who lost his wife three years ago. He has not left his house since his wife's funeral. Eleanor is on a 7 day loan but will Daniel allow her to leave when the 7 days are up? More importantly will Eleanor want to leave?I loved seeing the younger Eleanor blush easily when Daniel spoke dirty to her. Eleanor still had her smart mouth and I enjoyed reading her brash comments. Daniel and Eleanor become really close during their time together. It was nice to see Eleanor come to the realization of what she gives up being involved with a priest and how she can't have her lover freely like she could with a man like Daniel.Another perfect tiny glimpse into the lives of Ms. Reisz's main players is what these short novellas gives the readers. I, for one, am enjoying these little extra gifts she brings us. Thanks Ms. Reisz!!

  • Stacia (the 2010 club)
    2019-03-12 00:53

    Hmmm...you don't really need a review out of me this time, do you? I'd think not, especially after all of the long winded reviews I've saddled you with this week. I've officially switched over to weekend mode already, so I'm slipping into lazy status early. Okay, so Nora did manage to interest me in this one. I think it's possible that I might have a fondness for the younger version of Eleanor over the more recent version of worldly Nora. Color me perplexed over this riddle. This does make me more intrigued to learn about teen Nora now, I think.I might be back later to write more. Or maybe not. It's a 30-something page short, so there's no need to make my review as long as the story itself.Thumbs up for Daniel, btw. Psst...and don't read this before you read The Siren. There's kind of a big spoiler in Seven Day Loan.

  • Danny Tyran
    2019-03-18 03:45

    Cute little story. I suggest people who have never read one of this author's stories to start with it. It gives you a good idea what this author is able to do and you'll know if it's too much for you or not.Note that Søren (priest/Master) lent Nora (his slave) to Daniel, his friend who lost his wife 2 years ago and didn't leave his property since then. If you don't like the idea that a dom could lend his sub to someone else, forget this book.

  • Saunders
    2019-03-01 21:54

    Unsure why this is listed as "the original sinners' as it was from an Mills & Boons spice brief.I loved this story and it is when I loved the writing of TR - unfortunately she had a bit of a wobbler in some of the stories and I didn't like some of them - bored me really.So I ventured down this road again and re-read this spice brief and I enjoyed it as much as first time round.

  • Andrew Shaffer
    2019-02-21 01:55

    Having not read any "Dom" erotica before, this story was quite an eye-opener. "Seven Day Loan" provides just enough information via its characters for newbies to figure out where the "lifestyle" begins and the characters end. If you read only one erotica short this year featuring a librarian hero, make it "Seven Day Loan." I enthusiastically give it five fingers out of five.

  • S.M. West
    2019-03-14 01:37