Sunday, December 1, 2013

Gabriel's Redemption by Sylvain Reynard - Book Tour, Book Review, Giveaway



From the author of the New York Times bestsellers Gabriel’s Rapture and Gabriel’s Inferno comes the epic conclusion to the captivating romantic trilogy.

Professor Gabriel Emerson has left his position at the University of Toronto to embark on a new life with his beloved Julianne. Together, he’s confident that they can face any challenge. And he’s eager to become a father.

But Julianne’s graduate program threatens Gabriel’s plans, as the pressures of being a student become all consuming. When she is given the honor of presenting an academic lecture at Oxford, Gabriel is forced to confront Julianne about the subject of her presentation—research that conflicts with his own. And in Oxford, several individuals from their past appear, including an old nemesis intent on humiliating Julia and exposing one of Gabriel’s darkest secrets.

In an effort to confront his remaining demons, Gabriel begins a quest to discover more about his biological parents, beginning a chain of events that has startling repercussions for himself, Julianne, and his hope of having a family.

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MY REVIEW -
Oh hello there Professor Emerson! It’s nice to see you again!


Professor Emerson has left his position in the University of Toronto and started a new life with Julianne. Their relationship was stronger than before and he was confident that after what they have been through, they would surpass whatever circumstances that would get in their way. He was excited to be a father, he wanted to start a family with her. But first, he needed to know more about his biological parents, which started a chain of events that will keep you glued to your e-readers.


Julianne often wonders if she’s selfish. She knew Gabriel’s eagerness to become a dad, but with the pressure of her graduate program increases, she was also afraid that she wouldn’t have the time to finish it or she’d be a crappy mother. Julianne is a woman to like, despite the fact that she and Gabriel is a couple now, she wanted to be known in the academe for her work. She values his opinion, but she wanted to make it on her own. But she has to try harder, because proving her work can be a little more tasking than what she’s expecting.


Finally, the epic conclusion to this fascinating trilogy. Finally, Professor Gabriel Emerson and Julianne are married – and we thought they were going to live happily ever after, but I’m wrong. I guess married life is a whole lot more of a roller coaster ride than I thought. With all those ups and downs – good thing their love for each other is strong enough to withstand every catastrophe fate points at them.



Between Gabriel’s wanting to be a father, Julianne’s wanting to finish her degree, several old enemies who are more threatening than they were before, and some darkest secret – Sylvain Reynard gave me a whole lot more than what I expected for this series finale. 

RATING:
★ARC Copy was given in exchange for an honest review.★


AUTHOR BIO -
I'm interested in the way literature can help us explore aspects of the human condition - particularly suffering, sex, love, faith, and redemption. My favourite stories are those in which a character takes a journey, either a physical journey to a new and exciting place, or a personal journey in which he or she learns something about himself/herself.  
I'm also interested in how aesthetic elements such as art, architecture, and music can be used to tell a story or to illuminate the traits of a particular character. In my writing, I combine all of these elements with the themes of redemption, forgiveness, and the transformative power of goodness.  
I try to use my platform as an author to raise awareness about the following charities: Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep Foundation, WorldVision, Alex's Lemonade Stand, and Covenant House. For more information, see my Twitter account.
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