After the huge success of the trilogy Fifty Grayscale, E. L. James, who began as a Twilight fan-fiction, more a work inspired by the saga of Stephenie Meyer secured its publication.
Sylvain Reynard, a pseudonym (a) Author (a) unknown (a), will launch seven books thanks to a contract with Berkley imprint of Penguin Books, one of the largest in the world.
Gabriel and Gabriel's Hell's Rapture, the first two titles will be released in paperback edition in the coming months, with initial print runs of 500,000 copies.
The stories, which began with the title of The University of Edward Masen, have the teacher as protagonist Gabriel Emerson, a respected expert on Dante, in the evening indulges in a life of pleasure "without inhibition," according to a synopsis of GoodReads site.
Also according to the description, Gabriel uses his good looks and sophisticated charm to satisfy all your wishes, but is secretly tortured by his dark past and consumed by the deep belief that has no chance of redemption.
When the sweet and innocent Julia Mitchell becomes his student, the mysterious attraction and his connection with it not only threatens his career, but puts on a journey in which your past and present collide.