Loving Gabriel and Julianne

This is a blog dedicated to the books by Sylvain Reynard entitled Gabriel's Inferno and Gabriel's Rapture.
This is an appreciation blog made by a fan who is totally smitten by the love story between Gabriel, The Professor, and his muse, Julianne.

"Being without you Julianne, is like enduring an endless night without stars."
- Gabriel Emerson, Gabriel's Inferno, Sylvain Reynard

“She is not my equal; she is my better. She is my sticky little leaf.”
- Gabriel Emerson, Gabriel's Rapture,
Sylvain Reynard

headaurorpotter asked: Oh I just love this series as well! I even made a dreamcast post/30369945694

who wouldn’t love this series?! haha. I mean, it’s just so good you just want to read it over and over again! :)

Gabriel Emerson

Gabriel Emerson

An Interview with Sylvain Reynard

With the success of the release of Gabriel’s Inferno and Gabriel’s Rapture, Sylvain Reynard did an interview with the THESUBCLUB books.

What is your biggest fear about success?

This is a very good question. I’m afraid I don’t quite know how to answer it except to say that whatever my fears, I choose to live each day to the best of my ability and to try to leave the past behind.

You can read the whole interview of Mr. Reynard here: http://thesubclubbooks.com/?p=606

A deleted scene from Gabriel’s Rapture by Sylvain Reynard

“As a prelude to the evening’s bedroom activities, Gabriel finally showed Julia the security footage from their date at the Royal Ontario Museum.

The footage began with Gabriel and Julia admiring Fra Filippo Lippi’s painting Madonna with the Child and Two Angels.  Gabriel stood behind her, his arms wrapped snugly around her waist….

Read the whole part here:


If I have a soul, it’s yours.

Gabriel Emerson, Gabriel’s Inferno, Sylvain Reynard

Gabriel’s Rapture

 I give this book, and the series, a FIVE STAR! 

I’ll just keep this short.

Reading Gabriel’s Inferno and Gabriel’s Rapture was surely an experience. I’ve felt the surge of emotions that the characters felt. I was so caught up in the story. In Gabriel’s Rapture, I found myself shedding tears when Gabriel and Julianne broke up. I was even crying harder when Gabriel “saw” his mom, Grace, and his daughter, Maia. It was a very emotional scene for me. I couldn’t stop crying that night that I had to stop and compose myself for a while before resuming. And when I came in the last few chapters, I was so lost in the emotions that the two main characters felt. Their joy at finally finding their way back at each others arms and planning on to stay forever.

Gabriel’s Inferno and Gabriel’s Rapture are such an amazing books. You’ll find yourself lost in the world of Gabriel and Julianne, feeling every raw emotions they felt. From the first time they met to their reunion to losing each other once again to finally being able to spend the rest of their lives with each other. 

Thank you Sylvain Reynard for bringing to this world such a wonderful story. I enjoyed it more than you can even imagine. 

I am so looking forward for a third book, hopefully there would be.

Gabriel’s Inferno

I’ll start this blog with my book review on Gabriel’s Inferno and Gabriel’s Rapture. 


It was 1:15am last August 9, 2012 when I finished reading this book. 

I decided to read this out of curiosity. I Google as to what this book is about, and found out that it also started as a Twilight fan fiction, just like one of my favorite series, The Fifty Shades trilogy. 

I LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS BOOK! It was an amazing experience reading Gabriel’s Inferno. I was captivated by the love story that surrounds the two main characters, Gabriel and Julianne. They felt real to me. It was like I can see the scenes played right in front of me. Not just only their love but at how they reciprocate or like compliment each other. And I wanted more and more.

When I read, I don’t read so I can criticize how it was made, the writing and all that stuff. I read because I enjoyed being able to experience another life, even though it’s a life of a fictional character. 

Reading this book, I found myself, staying late at night because I simply cannot put the book down. I was hooked from the beginning. 

Two lost souls, wounded by their past, searching for a place to find love. 

Enchanting, captivating and beautiful. That’s how I would describe the story. It was worth reading. Every chapter is just an experience to read. 

I’m almost done with the second book, Gabriel’s Rapture, and whatever the feelings I felt while reading the first one, it doubled. I just cannot put it down.