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New York Times bestselling author Sylvain Reynard returns with the fourth installment of the beloved Gabriel's Inferno series.
When Gabriel and Julia Emerson first lay eyes on their newborn daughter, Clare, they realize life as they know it will never be the same. Gabriel has vowed to be a good father when he suddenly receives an invitation to give a series of lectures in Edinburgh, Scotland--an opportunity of high prestige—but that would mean leaving his wife and child in Boston. Hesitant to bring it up, he keeps the opportunity from Julia as long as he can, not knowing she has a secret of her own.
When a frightening situation arises that threatens their new family, both parents must make sacrifices. With the family in danger, the looming question remains: Will Gabriel pursue his lectureship in Edinburgh, leaving Julia and Clare vulnerable in Boston, or will he abandon the chance of a lifetime in order to ensure his family's safety?
Reseñas de clientes
It’s marvellous how easy one can just get excited with this amazing couple, see how much both had grown and in such a perfect writing! I wish I finished before but my English is not that good and I couldn’t find it “oficial” in Spanish! But is an amazing book and based on that end I just hope there’s a fifth book coming out soon because if not I’m gonna lose my mind! In the meantime I’m gonna get distracted by the filming of Gabriel’s rapture but please give us more books (yes I said others, I could keep reading about their lives until they are 80 years and won’t get bored) excellent writing, just love it as the rest of them! Amaaaaaazing work!!! Cheers from Tampico, Mexico
-Nallheli Alcaraz Bringas
@GiulioBerruti I love you 🤣
For this book you need to read first “The Prince” I really enjoyed the way SR connected both stories. Amazing and it’s beautiful seeing Gabriel so happy.
Muchos cabos sueltos
A menos que haya otro libro después de este se dejan muchos cabos sueltos, sentia que la tensión subía en la trama y de repente pum fin. ya no importan las incognitas que se nos fueron presetando.,,