Favorite Quotes from Gabriel’s Inferno

Let’s celebrate Sylvain Reynard reaching 1000 followers on twitter with a few of my favorite quotes from his fantastic book Gabriel’s Inferno.

Congrats SR and here’s to the next 1000.

“And the Angelfucker makes his move.”
― Sylvain Reynard

“You blossom under kindness, don’t you? Like a rose.”
― Sylvain ReynardGabriel’s Inferno

“Look at me. Look into my eyes.” His eyes fixed on hers as they fluttered open.
“I’ll give you anything. My body, my soul, Take them. Take everything.”
― Sylvain ReynardGabriel’s Inferno

“She wanted more. More of him. More of this and them…she wanted to see him come apart above her and know that they had done this together.
She wanted to find their own beautiful rhythm. The music swirled and rose about them, a tempting pace she was eager to match.
She smiled, and he felt her smile travel all the way to his heart, allaying his worries.
Without breaking eye contact, he began to move in and out maddeningly slowly.”
― Sylvain ReynardGabriel’s Inferno

“I want to make love to you because I care about you. I want to worship your naked body with my own and learn all of your secrets. I want to please you, not for minutes, but for hours and even days. I want to see you arch your back in ecstasy and look into your eyes when I make you come.”
― Sylvain Reynard

Tamie Xo

2 thoughts on “Favorite Quotes from Gabriel’s Inferno

  1. “Tell me that you want me, or get out.”

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  2. squalloogal says:

    “Thank you,” she whispered, feeling feather-light. It should be a crime to have such gifted fingers…and what a mouth…

    Pray for me Grace. How am I ever going to live without you? ~ Richard

    He was as still as a statue in the cascading moonlight, awaiting her response.

    But it was real–the old spark was there. When he kissed me, when he touched me, the electricity was still there. He had to have felt it–it wasn’t all in my head. Julia quickly pushed those thoughts aside, willing herself to stick to her new, non-Emerson diet. It’s time to grow up. No more fairy tales.

    Goodness I love this book. So poetic and stunning on the page.

    squally ❤

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