Sylvain Reynard Gabriel's Inferno

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Gabriel's Inferno is the first in this intoxicating trilogy featuring Gabriel and Julia, following their sensual journey of forbidden love - with all the obsessive yearning of Twilight with the intensity of Fifty Shades of Grey. One man's salvation, one woman's sensual awakening . . . Gabriel Emerson is a man tortured by his dark past. A highly respected university professor, Gabriel uses his notorious good looks and charm to lead a secret life of pleasure where nothing is out of bounds. Sweet and innocent, Julia Mitchell enrols as Gabriel's graduate student and his immediate attraction to her, and their powerful and strange connection, threatens to derail his career. Wildly passionate and sinful, Gabriel's Inferno is an exploration of the intense power of forbidden love. Sylvain Reynard is a Canadian writer with an interest in Renaissance art and culture and an inordinate attachment to the city of Florence. (Quelle:'E-Buch Text/11.09.2012')
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  • This is a story of one man's salvation and one woman's sensual awakening...

    Gabriel's Inferno

    Lonechastesoul

    01. January 2017 um 22:39

    "Look at me. Look into my eyes." His eyes fixed on hers as they fluttered open. "I'll give you anything. My body, my soul, Take them. Take everything." The story begins with The Professor, Professor Gabriel Emerson being Professor Ass to Miss Julianne Mitchell. He is charismatic, enigmatic, sexy and well, needless to say, gorgeous. With his sapphire eyes hidden behind a pair of black Prada glasses, warm brown hair, and impeccable dressing sense, he was the kind of professor who never had a dearth of female companionship, the kind who had all the females ogling him, fantasizing, and focusing more on him than his lecture. Julia, is kind, sweet, smart and reincarnation of pure goodness. But also, she can be very passionate and angry when needed. She has definitely become one of my favorite female heroine. Gabriel Emerson and Julia Mitchell are not suppose to be together, the teacher/student fraternization policy at the university is very clear on that, but the two manage to overcome that along with some other interesting obstacle and secrets as their relationship progresses. It's a turbulent start in the beginning that turns to a raw burning desire, a flame that has never gone out for Julia and one the good professor had always believed to be a dream. Its an amazing read and I can't wait for the next book. I am excited to see their next adventure. Its a story of the forbidden as well as a story of forgiveness and strength. I really don't want to give the story away, truly and honestly. But believe me when I say that you definitely want to embark on their adventure. Its a sensual and erotic journey into the lives of Julia and Gabriel. Gabriel’s Inferno is one of the most beautiful and well written romances I have ever read. For it's ingenuity, symbolism and depth this is by far one of the best romantic fictions. Brilliant, inspiring and interesting plot! Masterfully told! Unforgettable and swoon-worthy professor Gabriel Emerson! And… enough intrigue, suspense and romance to keep you glued throughout their saga! The book is so well documented and full of artistic and literature references that it will blow your mind away. I don't think that we have one page that doesn't have an artistic idea in it and 6+ stars to Sylvain for putting this book together in this amazing way. It was well documented, with a strong base and not a word in it was unnecessary. Beautiful, touching and enchanting writing – this book deserves to be read and enjoyed. I cannot say enough good things about it. The entire time I was writing this review I was tempted to go back and start the story again. That is how brilliant Reynard Sylvain is.

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    Gabriel's Inferno

    KateR92

    02. March 2014 um 23:26

    Ich hab es gelesen und war froh, dass es zu Ende war. Als ich das mit Lehrer und Schülerin gelesen hatte dachte ich noch so. Wow, das hört sich spannend an. Was verbotenes, interessant. Am Ende kommt es darauf, dass die sich eigentlich schon länger als Schüler-Lehrer-Zeit kennen und dieser Storie irgendwie den Kitzel wegnimmt. Dabei ist es auch so ganz kalt geschrieben. Keine Leidenschaft. Ein paar Schlimme Zeiten für die beiden, aber eben einer dieser Abklatsche von Erotik-Liebesgeschichten.. Ich überleg mir ob ich den nächsten Teil lese. Aber eher nicht. 

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