The Chateau

The Chateau

As the Jack-of-All-Wicked-Trades for a secretive French military intelligence agency, 24-year-old Lieutenant Kingsley Boissonneault has done it all—spied, lied, and killed under orders. But his latest assignment is quite out of the ordinary. His commanding officer's nephew has disappeared inside a sex cult, and Kingsley has been tasked with bringing him home to safety. The...

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  • ✰ Bianca ✰ BJ's Book Blog ✰

    Paris. 1989.

    Kingsley is a 24 year old agent in some secret french military branch.

    He was supposed to have another two weeks off, but now his boss sends him on a new 'adventure'. The 19 year old nephew of the colonel is staying at this mysterious 'Château' place.

    They don't know if he wants to be there or if he's being held against his will.

    Off to the sex château Kingsley goes.....

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    Eeeep. Finally back with our darlings. ♥

    Well, it's mostly only darling King, but the Priest is th

    Paris. 1989.

    Kingsley is a 24 year old agent in some secret french military branch.

    He was supposed to have another two weeks off, but now his boss sends him on a new 'adventure'. The 19 year old nephew of the colonel is staying at this mysterious 'Château' place.

    They don't know if he wants to be there or if he's being held against his will.

    Off to the sex château Kingsley goes.....

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    Eeeep. Finally back with our darlings. ♥

    Well, it's mostly only darling King, but the Priest is there too - all through the book - mostly in Kingsley's dreams and memories!

    And that's basically what is happening. King is happy being at that sex 'cult' place - it's kinda his sexiest dream come true. But in his nightly dreams and nightmares he tries to come to grips with his love/hate relationship with Søren.

    And while dealing with his Søren problems, Kingsley is having an amazing and a very sexy time at this place. No idea why his boss is so worried about his nephew. Or is there something happening here that Kingsley hasn't discovered yet??? ☺

    No idea how Tiffany manages to write every single Sinners book just SO perfectly perfect. So heartbreakingly amazing that we fall in love with those guys all over again - every single time!?

    I just

    seeing Kingsley & Søren again. Even though the Priest was never really here.☺

    It was exciting and mega erotic and moving and sad and my heart broke a little for our young King. Ugh. That poor guy. This unbelievably huge love he has for that winter-smelling blondie....

    I just adore all of this!

    I enjoyed reading this story so much and I strongly suggest that Tiffany should write a Sinners book every other month for the rest of eternity!!!! ☺ Thank You!

  • Jennifer

    So, so good! Listened to the audiobook version this time around and I absolutely loved all the delicious accents. Story and performance are perfection!

    OMG...so good! So, so good!!

    is the ninth installment in

    's deliciously complex BD

    So, so good! Listened to the audiobook version this time around and I absolutely loved all the delicious accents. Story and performance are perfection!

    OMG...so good! So, so good!!

    is the ninth installment in

    's deliciously complex BDSM/erotica series titled:

    . It is a prequel of sorts that centers on fan-favorite: Kingsley at the young age of twenty-four years old. In my opinion, readers may benefit most from reading

    in series order (along with Christmas novella:

    ...sigh), but stay tuned for reading order recommendations from Ms. Reisz herself. The recommended series order at present is:

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    is an erotic thriller that offers twists, surprising revelations, agonizing choices, exhalations of painful satisfaction, breathtaking perspectives on the beauty of a BDSM relationship, and Ms. Reisz's personal love note/sequel to

    . In an interview with Ms. Reisz (located in the ARC edition), she describes

    as "James Bond with blow jobs, BDSM, and an angst-ridden bisexual hero still in love with his ex-boyfriend." ...and yes, that about sums it up.

    Tastefully fun, engaging, erotic, beautiful, palpable, and a total mindf*ck,

    's

    will take you captive and you will never want to be let go.

    NetGalley

    Tiffany Reisz

    8th Circle Press, Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA)

    Mystery & Thrillers , Romance

    June 5, 2018

    OMG!! Tiffany Reisz just described this book in a reply to a fan's "ask the author" post!

    How delicious is that! Where's that one-click button!?!

  • Myla
  • Deanna❤Pink Lady❤️

    I’m gonna be truthful......I’m a TOS LOVER. I first read The Siren and it was Love At First Sight. I fell in love with the characters and they embedded themselves in my heart. Not traditional by any means but fully alive and mesmerizing by the writing of Tiffany Reisz.

    The Chateau is about “Kingsley Théophile Boissonneault, age twenty-four- AKA Kingsley Edge. This is set years after Kingsley leaves American and leaves Soren. Kingsley lives a very fascinating li

    I’m gonna be truthful......I’m a TOS LOVER. I first read The Siren and it was Love At First Sight. I fell in love with the characters and they embedded themselves in my heart. Not traditional by any means but fully alive and mesmerizing by the writing of Tiffany Reisz.

    The Chateau is about “Kingsley Théophile Boissonneault, age twenty-four- AKA Kingsley Edge. This is set years after Kingsley leaves American and leaves Soren. Kingsley lives a very fascinating life in the Legions. He does it all and when he has an interesting assignment in what appears to be a sex cult, Kingsley is the man for the job. And when Kingsley meets the owner of the Chateau, Madame is nothing as he expects. His days at the Chateau are kinky and enjoyable yet reflective and longing. It is a place where women rule and men submit. A role reversal of the The Story of O.

    This is a secret part of Kingsley’s life until Søren asks for a secret that he has never told anyone. To discover more of Kingsley is a gift. His life before Søren, his life with Søren, his life after Søren, and eventually his life with Søren again, all make the man. Every action in his life revolves around Søren consciously and subconsciously. This secret, this time in The Chateau still revolves around Søren. While the book is about Kingsley, it is still very much about the man who stole his heart so many years ago too.

    While this can be read as a stand-alone, I truly believe that having read all the other books heightened my enjoyment. The Original Sinners Series is an absolutely favorite of mine and I will always read anything involving anyone of these Sinners.

    *advanced copy provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*

  • Ang (Sizzling Pages)

    5 Stars

    The impossible happened while reading The Chateau; I fell deeper in love with outrageously witty Kingsley Boissonneault. This time, a younger version of the kinky, cunning and overly sexy character I've come to adore. Just when I thought I knew everything about this charmer, Tiffany Reisz proved me wrong by adding another dimension to his multi-faceted persona. We finally see a hint of the gentler side to this ruthless, perpetually whorish man. I'm addicted to all the Original Sinners,

    5 Stars

    The impossible happened while reading The Chateau; I fell deeper in love with outrageously witty Kingsley Boissonneault. This time, a younger version of the kinky, cunning and overly sexy character I've come to adore. Just when I thought I knew everything about this charmer, Tiffany Reisz proved me wrong by adding another dimension to his multi-faceted persona. We finally see a hint of the gentler side to this ruthless, perpetually whorish man. I'm addicted to all the Original Sinners, always greedy for more when it comes to this series, and having a glimpse into King's time while in La Légion was genius. Masterfully written with a plot filled with intrigue, twists, and turns, Reisz gifted fans of the OS a refreshing new perspective in this ninth installment.

    Journeying through the period separated from his "monster," beloved Søren, we see a 24-year-old Kingsley as an officer for La Légion. His highly specialized skills for the French Agency are diverse, but his latest assignment is undoubtedly intriguing. The Colonel entrusts King to rescue his nephew, Leon, from the claws of The Madame ~ the mysterious and elusive head of a sex cult where men are (supposedly) subjugated to serve women in every way ~ hidden a chateau. His task is to infiltrate and bring Leon home, but Kingsley discovers there is more to this rescue mission. As it turns out, this sex club of sorts is the perfect place for the lewd lieutenant.

    Throughout this read, there was one character who fascinated me more so than my dear Kingsley, and that was Madame. She, very much like Søren, was a sadist who consistently played mind games. She probed King for personal information, exposed his emotional pain like a raw nerve, and used that weakness against him. For Kingsley, Madame helped put his life, relationship struggles and dealing with Søren's absence in perspective.

    Another fantastic novel crafted by the brilliant Ms. Reisz that I highly recommend. Taboo reads are often out of my reading comfort zone. However, Reisz's unique and exquisite writing style captivates me every time. Her words effortlessly flow to spin magnificent and compelling tales.

    I voluntarily read an advance copy of the publication for review. Thank you Net Galley

  • Sophie

    The best way to sum it up is by using this quote from Tiffany’s interview:

    The best way to sum it up is by using this quote from Tiffany’s interview:

    I am a total newbie to the Original Sinners world. I may have begun inadvertently with the beginning as this story is about young Kingsley. Pre-Sinners Kingsley.

    I had “only” read The Bourbon Thief and The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz so far. I have been smitten by these books and honestly they are more my cup of tea than erotic.

    So I went in totally blind. I hadn’t read the blurb mind you!

    Verdict: even if The Chateau is an erotic book hence not my favorite genre I took a real pleasure reading it. Yes, yes I know pleasure is the point in erotic don't make me regret using this word please!

    Tiffany has an effortless writing. All is easy, flows at the right pace and use sophisticated terms like exquisite without being pompous.

    Tiffany has also a knack in this story to add dry humor and sarcasm. I loved the banter between Kingsley and Bernie.

    Until I reached the end that is because Bernie is not who you think he is.

    Now Kingsley ....is my friend's Angy's favorite book boyfriend and I can understand his appeal.

    Kingsley is sent by his superiors on an even more unofficial than usual mission. Find his boss’s nephew who has been indoctrinated by a sex cult and bring him back to his family.

    What begins as an enter and extract mission will turn into a psychological thriller.

    To enter Kingsley will have first to meet Madame’s expectations and tricky tests.

    Kingsley will discover many things about who he is in The Chateau and it will rather be a “personal journey” story than a spy book.

    Madame is the Chateau’s commander and she can be scary even wearing Gucci! When I read:

    I was all “Holy Molly! They don’t play around in this Chateau!”

    By the last chapter written in the present time I could not avoid thinking that Kingsley had a very weird life and unusual family! But this is already known by all Original Sinners fans.

    Madame says it all:

    It was highly enlightening about BDSM practices.

    Recommend it? Yes if you are an Original Sinner's fan or if you like very exquisitely written erotic books.

     

    Out of the blue: when I was looking for pictures with “erotic” or “BDSM” etc. it was nearly 99% pictures with women. Why is that? MM literature is exploding but it seems there is still a long way to go to have society follow with this idea. Can’t picture with men or two men be erotic????

     

    Have you ever been surprised by a book that you thought you wouldn't like?

    Thanks for reading!

    Sophie

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  • ♆ BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme

    The story I've been waiting for and didn't even know it! I did not read the blurb; all I did was see Ms. Reisz name so I picked this book up for a read. I am so glad I did. This is story is hard to review because I am still reeling from the aftereffects. I am boneless as my senses are overwhelmed and my emotions on overload. This is a story focused on Kingsley. I have always adored this Frenchman switch. Whilst this could be read as a standalone, reading the Original Sinner series would help exp

    The story I've been waiting for and didn't even know it! I did not read the blurb; all I did was see Ms. Reisz name so I picked this book up for a read. I am so glad I did. This is story is hard to review because I am still reeling from the aftereffects. I am boneless as my senses are overwhelmed and my emotions on overload. This is a story focused on Kingsley. I have always adored this Frenchman switch. Whilst this could be read as a standalone, reading the Original Sinner series would help explain why this story is so cruelly beautiful.

    The Kingsley we know from the Original Sinner series is a mature man with great wealth, extensive spy network and erotic mastery. In The Chateau, it is when he is young, twenty four to be exact. This is his years whilst he worked for a covert French spy agency. Seeing this Kingsley makes me emotional because he is in such torment. He wrestles with his demons of wanting someone he does not think really wants him - sadistic Soren. For a book which Soren does not appear until the end, he is a constant monster in the shadow, just waiting to leap in a moment of Kingsley's weakness.

    When it comes to complicated relationship and sadistic mind games, Ms. Reisz excels at writing them. This cathartic journey she forces Kingsley to make is brutal. As an unofficial assignment, Kingsley needs to retrieve a wayward nephew of his boss, from the clutches of an evil woman running a sex cult. This woman apparently lures high powered men into her web and they disappear for weeks. IF and when they return to their families, they are in a dazed stupor. Kingsley sees no reason to take this job until he learns the Chateau is run by Madame who is a Domme. Kingsley's need to serve again is so strong, he can not resist her siren call. Like Alice in the Looking Glass, he falls down the rabbit hole and ends up in a world where everything is different and yet, better.

    What I loved most about this story is the psychological depths Ms. Reisz plunges her characters through. She hits all the senses whilst seducing the reader's mind. My mind is actively engaged and whilst her erotic scenes arouses, it also pains me as I witness and vicariously live through Kingsley's pain. What he finds at the Chateau is a long overdue answer he's needed validated by an outside observer. When his epiphany occurs, it shatters him completely. I'm moved beyond tears. Not just because of Kingsley's loss. But because I too have achieved an understanding I couldn't fully grasp as a switch. Madame translates the physical love language Soren spoke to Kingsley that he misinterpreted. She can do so because she is a master sadist who understands another dominant. This perspective is insightful and makes Kingsley's anguish magnify. Just when Madame thinks she has converted another discipline, she realizes Kingsley's devotion and worship of Soren is unparalleled. And it is a hard choice. Madame's "wonderland" is fantastic. Still, bypassing the slight chance of being with Soren is unfathomable.

    The ending confrontation occurred as I anticipated because I had an inkling early on about Madame's unspoken husband. That relationship is dysfunctional in an Ayn Rand "The Fountainhead" way. Remember, every story has two sides and sometimes there are only losers. If Ms. Reisz ever wrote a story about Madame and her husband, it may be one I need to pass up. I am not sure I can handle the sheer cruelty and devastating mind games. I find my tolerance to bittersweet to bitter endings to be high, but Ms. Reisz dances just on that edge where I am not able to cope. This erotica tale is highly recommended to kinky readers who want to experience love's torment.

  • CC

    At 24 years old, Kingsley Boissonneault is a Lieutenant in a French military agency. Upon being given a new assignment to infiltrate what appears to be a kinky cult, Kingsley sets course to complete his mission. However, he doesn’t expect his personal life to intersect with work, and as a result, he learns more than he could have hoped.

    With Kingsley, there is never a dull moment and though he app

    At 24 years old, Kingsley Boissonneault is a Lieutenant in a French military agency. Upon being given a new assignment to infiltrate what appears to be a kinky cult, Kingsley sets course to complete his mission. However, he doesn’t expect his personal life to intersect with work, and as a result, he learns more than he could have hoped.

    With Kingsley, there is never a dull moment and though he approaches this assignment with his usual vigor and lustful nature, he learns that his adversary is quite talented in her sadistic practices. While performing the tasks required of him, Kingsley returns to a past where he once surrendered to Søren. Quickly realizing Madame doesn’t have any limits, King plays her game because to play is to win.

    As this plot takes the reader down a certain path, it becomes clear that not all is what it seems. Passing each test, Kingsley advances until the final level becomes a truth that he’s always known. Showing his vulnerability, Madame is relentless in her pursuit causing my heart to break for King.

    Madame is an interesting character who might seem like another well-known Original Sinner sadist, but she is quite different in her methods. With her motivations, Madame is a force to be revered and yet feared. While Kingsley is looking for answers, Madame is able to turn his world on its axis.

    Throughout, Kingsley has his usual charming, sexy moments but grasping the level of his loneliness during this time underscores his connection to Søren and his need to submit. With his time at The Chateau, Madame proves to be a crucial element in King’s future.

    is an erotic and thrilling story that offers introspection and shows the depth these characters will take to obtain answers. Plus, getting more of Kingsley is always a good thing, as he never disappoints.

    Original Sinners series:

  • warhawke

    Erotic Thriller

    Book 9 of The Original Sinners series

    Third Person

    Kingsley Boissonneault liked living on the edge. As an operative with a French military secret agency, he endured many aspects of the job. But his latest assignment was nothing like the others. Infiltrating a sex cult might sound like a dream job for him, if only he didn't have to face his greatest fear.

    Erotic Thriller

    Book 9 of The Original Sinners series

    Third Person

    Kingsley Boissonneault liked living on the edge. As an operative with a French military secret agency, he endured many aspects of the job. But his latest assignment was nothing like the others. Infiltrating a sex cult might sound like a dream job for him, if only he didn't have to face his greatest fear.

    When it comes to Kingsley, I know I'm going to be entertained. He has always been one of my favorite characters in the series. He's confident and adorably cocky, and in this book we also get to see his vulnerable side. This is the time when he was still trying to find a footing and we get to follow his journey of pleasure and pain.

    Madame is a new character that I love. Her brand of sadism was completely different than Soren, but not less painful. I admire her ways of putting Kingsley through his paces. I certainly wouldn't mind being an occupant of her chateau haha!

    I really love the part with Madame and Kingsley. She played a significant role in his life and helped shape him to be the person he ended up in the series. And I will always love Soren. However in this book I feel like I wanted to know more – something that I am not already privy of when it comes to their relationship.

    The Chateau is a story of recognizing one's true self. It gives a glimpse of Kingsley's psyche during a lesser known period of his colorful life and would satisfy the insatiable needs of The Original Sinners fans.

    🔗 👋 🔗 . . . (F)BR With Twinsie CC . . . 🔗 👋 🔗

  • Nenia ✨ Queen of Literary Trash, Protector of Out-of-Print Gems, Khaleesi of Bodice Rippers, Mother of Smut, the Unrepentant, Breaker of Convention ✨ Campbell

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    This is why I love Netgalley - it gives me the opportunity to try books I probably wouldn't be able to talk myself into buying, even if they were on sale... and be pleasantly surprised! Don't get me wrong, I'd been hearing amazing things about Tiffany Reisz from all my friends about the

    series (of which this book serves as a sort of standalone prequel), but I'd been burned

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    This is why I love Netgalley - it gives me the opportunity to try books I probably wouldn't be able to talk myself into buying, even if they were on sale... and be pleasantly surprised! Don't get me wrong, I'd been hearing amazing things about Tiffany Reisz from all my friends about the

    series (of which this book serves as a sort of standalone prequel), but I'd been burned

    when it came to "good" erotica, and the last BDSM fic I read with literary aspirations was THE CLAIMING OF SLEEPING BEAUTY, and rather than going into that whole kettle of fish, I encourage you to read

    .

    THE CHATEAU, which is inspired by THE STORY OF O, is kind of an erotic novel of suspense. The twenty-four-year-old main character, Kingsley, is a half-American, half-French man serving as a secret agent in the French military. One day, he's given an "unofficial" assignment to infiltrate a sex cult in order to fish out the nephew of his commanding officer, who's gone missing. The last person he contacted was a mysterious woman, known only as Madame.

    As you can expect, Kingsley ends in a bit over his head. He's one of those womanizers who's actually charming instead of misogynistic, so you can see why the ladies fall for him again and again even though he's about as monogamous as a rabbit in heat. He's also bisexual, and despite most of his partners being women, the lover who haunts him in his dreams is a man that he met when they were both young; the man who enjoyed breaking him about as much as he loved to be broken. Oh, and by the way, did I mention that I am a certified Emotional Literary Masochist™? I love-love-love it when my characters suffer, and the only thing better than a romance is a romance with

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    I really wasn't expecting to like THE CHATEAU - I have heard of THE STORY OF O, and I am highly wary of it - but this was an excellent, almost feminist retelling of that story in which women rule and men serve. What a change of pace, right? It was an especially nice break considering the news lately, and how most of the major political headlines could just as easily read, "Suck it women! The president and his cabinet are trying to take away your rights! You are chattel!" You don't often find such female-centric erotica written from the perspective of the female-gaze. The Fem Dom in this book was also really well done and I liked how bad-ass and funny she was, as well as the occasional small gestures of mercy and kindness that made her seem human and not, say, an emotional Dementor cast in the mold of Christian "Mommy Issues" Grey.

    Now that I've read this book, I'm super curious about the rest of the series. It was the perfect blend of dark and sexy, and while there's some pretty intense scenes in here that aren't for everyone, I thought that they were all artfully done.

    4 stars

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