Sylvain Reynard – Florentine Trilogy Reading Order

by Maryse on March 9, 2016 · 0 comments

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Do you guys remember how crazy so many went over this author’s Gabriel’s Inferno series? That one was blowing minds in the student-bossy-pants-teacher romance realm, and guess what? He has another new series and Ellie tells us how it ties in with Gabriel’s Inferno!

Ellie: I’ve read all of Sylvain Reynard’s books and love them. The first in his Florentine trilogy is ‘THE PRINCE” which is on Kindle or Nook. The publisher has not decided on paperback yet since it was a prequel to THE RAVEN” trilogy. The reason for the prequel was to help new readers understand the connection to his GABRIEL’S INFERNO’s trilogy. It took me a while to warm up to the vampire, theme, but I fell in love with The Prince and thought Raven Wood was a strong character. SR takes us back to Florence, Italy for this exciting saga and doesn’t disappoint his readers with his eloquence and style.


Rose: I loved the Raven one

Ellen: Hi Maryse, have you read Sylvain Reynard’s Florentine Trilogy yet, The Prince, The Raven and The Shadow. It’s a paranormal/romance saga… They’re beautifully written as only he can do.

About book #1:

Raven Wood spends her days at Florence’s Uffizi gallery restoring Renaissance art. But an innocent walk home after an evening with friends changes her life forever. When she intervenes in the senseless beating of a homeless man, his attackers turn on her, dragging her into an alley. Raven is only semiconscious when their assault is interrupted by a cacophony of growls followed by her attackers’ screams. Mercifully, she blacks out, but not before catching a glimpse of a shadowy figure who whispers to her . . .

Cassita vulneratus.

When Raven awakes, she is inexplicably changed. Upon returning to the Uffizi, no one recognizes her. More disturbingly, she discovers that she’s been absent an entire week. With no recollection of her disappearance, Raven learns that her absence coincides with one of the largest robberies in Uffizi history–the theft of a set of priceless Botticelli illustrations. When the police identify her as their prime suspect, Raven is desperate to clear her name. She seeks out one of Florence’s wealthiest and most elusive men in an attempt to uncover the truth. Their encounter leads Raven to a dark underworld whose inhabitants kill to keep their secrets . . .


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