Gabriel’s Redemption by Sylvain Reynard Review and Giveaway

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Gabriel Series/Sylvain Reynard Links

As you may know, our blog was formed because of our love for Professor Gabriel Emerson.  Since we began, we've professed our love of the series and SR has been kind enough to stop by the Love Shack a...

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Cover Reveal and Giveaway: Gabriel’s Redemption by Sylvain Reynard

IT'S HERE!!!!  THE COVER IS FINALLY HERE!!!  Now we know how Julia felt with all of that delicious, seductive teasing done by The Professor. Without further ado, here is the cover of the book that will keep you up all...

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Lovers Month Guest Post: Sylvain Reynard

“Courtly Love” by Professor Gabriel O. Emerson, Associate Professor of Italian Studies, University of Toronto. Sex and love are not the same. I’ve lectured on this subject in the past and usually, my claim is accepted without argument.  What’s more difficult...

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FotoFriday: Gabriel’s Inferno in the Apple Orchard

For today's picture for FotoFriday, taking a look back to where it all started.

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Gabriel Series Covers

I'm sure you're all as excited as we are to celebrate the new covers to our favorite books! Here are all the covers! You can find them by your country on Amazon and see what cover is available! You...

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What is Kindness?

Kindness is never wasted.― Sylvain Reynard, Gabriel's Inferno One of the major themes explored in the novels Gabriel’s Inferno and Gabriel’s Rapture is kindness. I want to explore what kindness truly is. What is kindness? I know...

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My love affair with the Professor

Before I could even begin writing this post, I had to be honest with myself and face my fears of spilling a dark secret I’ve been burying for quite a while. *deep breath* Hi. My name is Elizabeth, and I am in...

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My love for the Gabriel Series

Where to begin…? The month of May this past year is a hazy one to me. Around my birthday (the 10th) I was knee deep (no pun intended ;) ) and falling, in my reading of the Fifty Shades trilogy...

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