Monday, October 1, 2012

We're live with the first book!

We made it!  There were more than one glitch to getting everything up and flying for this new venture.  Auto responders glitching, webforms blocking use, Facebook messages telling us to try again later... but here we are!   
Twitter is up and functional without any issues.  Now to get a few followers (*hint hint*).  Twitter: @LetsGetBOOKED

We'll continue to work out the format kinks with facebook throughout the month before the paid portions go live next month.

Now, onto the first suggested book for our launch.

Gabriel's Inferno
by Sylvain Reynard

haunting, unforgettable tale of one man’s salvation and one woman’s sensual awakening . . .
Enigmatic and sexy, Professor Gabriel Emerson is a well-respected Dante specialist by day, but by night he devotes himself to an uninhibited life of pleasure. He uses his notorious good looks and sophisticated charm to gratify his every whim, but is secretly tortured by his dark past and consumed by the profound belief that he is beyond all hope of redemption.

When the sweet and innocent Julia Mitchell enrolls as his graduate student, his attraction and mysterious connection to her not only jeopardizes his career, but sends him on a journey in which his past and his present collide.

An intriguing and sinful exploration of seduction, forbidden love, and redemption, Gabriel’s Inferno is a captivating and wildly passionate tale of one man’s escape from his own personal hell as he tries to earn the impossible—forgiveness and love.

Released by Berkley Trade, September 4, 2012

Find it here on AMAZON 

About the Author

Sylvain Reynard is a Canadian writer with an interest in Renaissance art and culture and an inordinate attachment to the city of Florence. (Parenthetically, it should be noted that the snarky narrator of Gabriel’s Inferno was contracted to write this biographical description, and he can attest that SR is, in fact, real, and has an enviable collection of argyle socks.)

When we took a peak at this book on Amazon there were already 666 reviews. I'm not sure if that number is a good or bad thing, but the fact that there were that many reviews in less than a month is indeed saying something, or shouting it at the very least.
Out of the 666 reviews, over 400 were 5 star. Clearly something that needs to be read.

Here's a few of the reviewers comments.
"The antidote for Fifty Shades of Grey"

Hmm, it's on the my TBR now!

intrigued even further..

We'd love some comments from someone that has read it. Did it rate as high as the masses are saying?

Let's get BOOKED!

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