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  • Intriguing, fascinating and provocative

    Intriguing, fascinating and provocative, The Pearl is book 3 in the erotica series The Godwicks, but can be read as a stand-alone. In fact, I didn't read the previous books yet (but plan on doing so after reading this book) and I appreciated how the author seamlessly recaped the first 2 books without taking anything away from this story's natural flow. Although not a fan of the third person POV, I find it works really well here. The characters and their interaction is fascinating to me. The writing style is very elegant and I appreciate how the author uses art to drive the story and create a supernatural and mysterious atmosphere. I got immersed in the story from the first page and read everything in one sitting. I highly recommend it and can't wait for the next book in the series.

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  • Excellent

    The Pearl by Tiffany Reisz The Godwicks #3 Steamy fantasy fiction at its best – this book held my interest from beginning to end. I had no idea this was the third book in a series but it would seem that they are all standalone stories that began with the parents of the main character in this book and then went on to their daughter and now the heir to the title, Arthur, finds his life partner in this book. What I liked: * Arthur “Art” Godwick: heir to the title, heading to the military after finishing at Sandhurst, old soul, good brother and son, a good man, willing to keep people safe, and…thoroughly intriguing at only twenty-one. * Regan Ferry: widowed at thirty after ten unhappy years of marriage, still a prisoner of her past, out for revenge, has a pet raven, an artist, intriguing and wonderful in her own way * That I could see how Art and Regan brought out the best in one another * The growth made by both main characters * Zoot: Greta was a hoot…kind of want to know how her life fares and wonder if she will have a book of her own * Charlie: Arthur’s brother and rather mixed up but with great potential…will his story be next? * The handling of the age difference between the two main characters * The paranormal aspect of the story * Malcolm…smiling as I think about him… * The steamy bits…my, oh my, OH MY… * The story…couldn’t put it down * All of it really except… What I didn’t like: * Being reminded that sometimes security forces life decisions that may not be in a person’s best interest * Not having heard of this author till now. Did I enjoy this book? Yes Would I read more by this author? Definitely Thank you to NetGalley and 8th Circle Press for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars

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  • Sexy with a side of Art

    My Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟 Content Rating: 18+ Genre: Romance, Adult Fiction, Contemporary Published: December 1, 2020, by 8th Circle Press The Pearl is the third book in The Godwicks' Series, but no worries, you can read this one as a standalone. However, you will be missing out on a very sexy series, and I recommend the other books in the series. Tiffany Reisz can write erotica; we all know that. I love that she combines a twist of mystery and a paranormal element to her writing. And in this book adds a bit of art. You will like this book if you enjoy a storyline with a dominant older woman and a younger man. But not to worry, only about nine years are separating them. Lord Arthur Godwick may only be 21, but he is mature, a bit of an old soul with a side of brat. Arthur is nothing like the previous Godwicks we have met. He is kindhearted, patient, and you feel that he genuinely loves his family. Arthur is summoned to The Pearl Hotel by the new owner Lady Reagan Ferry. Arthur's younger irresponsible brother, Charlie, has run up quite a tab at the hotel. Charlie has not only run up a bill but to make matters worse, he has given Lady Ferry the painting of Lord Malcolm Godwick, which is cherished by their parents. Arthur believes Lady Ferry has summoned him there to pay his brother's tab. Lady Ferry does want payment but not in cash. "' There is something quite poetic about this, isn't there? The great-grandson of The Pearl's most infamous customer becoming a whore for the great-granddaughter of one of the Pearl's best whores?'" (Reagan) The book takes off from there. Reagan and Arthur sizzle on the page; they develop from two damaged people into a strong, funny, sensual couple that will wiggle their way into your heart. It was beautiful to watch Arthur, with his immeasurable tenderness and willingness to love, melt Reagan's heart. Reagan goes from a timid young woman who lived under her ancient controlling husband's thumb to a beautiful, successful, confident woman. And then there is Arthur, sweet, loving, and the ultimate dutiful son. It is lovely to watch Reagan bring out his submissive but very sexy side. Let's just say he knows his way around a string of pearls. Another thing that I found unique about this book was the way Ms. Reisz used famous artwork to enrich the plot. She cleverly wove the paintings into every aspect of the story. The Pearl was an emotionally provocative love story with some interesting plot twists. Ms. Reisz not only writes an erotic tale but also writes her characters beautifully, giving them a depth that will endear you to them. * Please note the quotes in my review are subject to change once the book is published. * ** I kindly received this galley by way of NetGalley, publisher, and author. I was not contacted, asked, or required to leave a review. I received no compensation, financial or otherwise. I have voluntarily read this book, and this review is my honest opinion. **

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