Review: Gabriel’s Redemption

Gabriel's Redemption (Gabriel's Inferno, #3)Gabriel’s Redemption by Sylvain Reynard
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Loved loved loved this book, the Professor came a long way and came with love, grace and hope 🙂
I appreciate how the author didn’t always take the expected path in scenes. When we think something could lead to a conflict or misunderstanding and then it’s not or like at the end of a chapter, it terminates a sentence with a word that in the next chapter or paragraph it’s in a completely different context in a different character’s opinion, did you notice that?
I feel this story could be real.
Life isn’t perfect, not everything works. We grow up with our issues and outside problems that come and go, we try to adjust, isn’t easier to follow our dreams as a married couple.
But what’s important, like family, love and hope, will help you get through anything.
This book made me laugh with all the snarky remarks and the Superman story and the Clark Kent glasses! 😀

(Parenthetically writing: Did you know I always imagine the male character has the actual Superman actor Henry Cavill 🙂 He is always the male, the alpha male in my readings… so in this book Gabriel is perfect and actually Superman 🙂 that made me laugh out loud!)

Definitely the best book of 2013 in my shy reading, I didn’t read a lot! But I will re-read it!

Thank you Sylvain Reynard!

I recommend reading all the three books more than once!

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