Gabriel's Inferno (Gabriel's Inferno, #1) - Sylvain Reynard
Despite all the flaws I found with the actual writing (point of view shifts, stilted transitions and slow pace as my top issues), I was compelled to read on to find out what happened between these two damaged souls. So I'm coming down straight in the middle and I'm going to consider the next book. But first, I need a break. I see why the reviews are so diverse because I feel like I could write a review either way so instead, I'm placing myself in the middle because I liked it despite it's faults.