Annie: OK – dying to know what you think of this book – I absolutely loved it and the next one as well – Gabriel’s Rapture.
Jo: I now have another man in my life Professor Gabriel Emerson, he’s a well respected Dante specialist by day, but boy does he have a dark side.
Jeannie: I am a little over halfway through Gabriel’s Inferno by Sylvain Reynard, and it is amazing!!! Seeing the types of books you have recommended (and are now on my pile of TBR), I think this is definitely one you should try.
Cindy: Have you read Gabriel’s Inferno? He reminds me of Christian!
About book #1:
Enigmatic and attractive, Professor Gabriel Emerson is a man tortured by his past. Though he takes great pride in his prestigious role as a Dante specialist, he knows he is a magnet for sin, especially lust.
When the virtuous Julia Mitchell joins his graduate seminar at the University of Toronto, she alters their lives irrevocably. Through their connection, Gabriel begins a journey that forces him to unravel the mysteries of their past entanglement, as well as face his many demons.
A sinful exploration of sex, love, and redemption, “Gabriel’s Inferno” is a beguiling intelligent romance filled with intrigue, seduction and forgiveness. Told through witty, dark humor, the narrator relates a captivating tale of Gabriel’s odyssey through the Inferno.
- Gabriel’s Inferno <— read my review here
- Gabriel’s Rapture
- Gabriel’s Redemption (Gabriel’s Inferno Trilogy)
- The Prince: A Gabriel’s Inferno/Florentine Series Novella (Gabriel/Florentine) – expected release date January 20th 2015
- The Raven (Florentine series) expected release date February 3rd 2015
Here’s a tidbit from the author about book #3:
“I was determined that Rapture would be the final book. But as time went on and I received message after message asking for more about the Professor and Julianne, I began to contemplate what a third novel would entail.Then, one morning I began to write …So I’m pleased to tell you, the readers, that the third book is in progress and it’s being written for you in response to your messages. Thank you for your continued support of me and my writing. I look forward to sharing the novel with you.”