Sunday, December 1, 2013
Blog Tour Review: Gabriel's Redemption by: Sylvain Reynard
But those very desires may destroy them . . .
Professor Gabriel Emerson has embarked on a passionate, yet clandestine affair with his former student Julia Mitchell. Sequestered on a romantic holiday in Italy, he tutors her in the sensual delights of the body and the raptures of sex.
But when they return, their happiness is threatened by conspiring students, academic politics, and a jealous ex-lover. When Gabriel is confronted by the university administration, will he succumb to Dante’s fate? Or will he fight to keep Julia, his Beatrice, forever?
In Gabriel’s Rapture, the brilliant sequel to the wildly successful debut novel, Gabriel’s Inferno, Sylvain Reynard weaves an exquisite love story that will touch the reader’s mind, body, and soul, forever.
At the end of Gabriel's Rapture I felt satisfied. I fet the swequel had ended in a way that the characters received there happily ever after, so I was a little surprised when I hears there would be a third novel in the series.
Sylvian Reynard did not disappoint in Gabriel's Redemption. Gabriel was as sexy as ever. With Julia by his side he has changed his life and is now looking ahead to the future. Julia has grown into a grown even stronger during this novel. She has morphed from a queit skittish rabbit to a strong independent woman who loves Gabriel mind, body and soul.
Julia is also focused on future, but when her plans and Gabriel's don't coenside she feels torn. Should she br selfish and pursue her own dreans or sacrifice all she has ever wanted to make Gabriel's dreams come true?
While I didn't expect a thirs book in this series the author did tie up a few loose ends purtaining to Christa, Peter and Simon that I hadn't noticed lacked attention. I am glad the author did this. I also enjoyed the continued growth of Gabriel and Julia's bond. This book solidified their journey. If you read Gabriel's Inferno and Gabriel's Rapture you will want to read this book. If you haven't had the pleasure of meeting Professor Emerson I suggest you do so today.