Gabriel’s Inferno is part one of a trilogy; the book is well written and you get drawn into the characters right away.
I wanted to know why they felt so damaged and what happened to make them that way.
If you like romance novels then I would recommend this book. It is listed in the same category as 50 Shades which I have also read.
This instalment was more of an introduction to the story and as such wasn’t focussed on the sexual encounters.
The book talks a lot about The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri which made me curious to read more about him. Some of the quotes used in the book I was familiar with, without realising who said them.
The main character Gabriel is a Dante Professor and Julia is his student. They visit Florence for a lecture and it sounds wonderful, a part of Italy I have yet to explore.
The book helped to show me that no matter how complex relationships are and there is always hope if both parties are prepared to work together.