Gabriel’s Redemption by Sylvain Reynard

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The last book in what developed into the Gabriel trilogy turned out to be everything I hoped for.

I became very attached to Gabriel and Julianne as characters and the struggle to make their relationship work. Two people with complex life experiences, both damaged and in need of someone to put their faith in finding the person they can trust and making it work.

As someone who has lived an often unsettling life to read a story about characters who struggle but ultimately end up happy gives you hope. Maybe one day I will find my own Gabriel, someone who sees past my emotional scars and loves me anyway.

If you want to read a nice love story that doesn’t always go the way you think it will then give this trilogy a try. I don’t think you will be disappointed.


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