Fighting for Rain Book Review

January 16, 2020 / 0 comments

Fighting for Rain Book ReviewFighting For Rain by BB Easton
Series: The Rain Trilogy #3
Published by Self-Published on January 16th 2020
Genres: Dystopia, Romance
Format: eARC
Source: ARC
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The world was supposed to end on April 23, but Rainbow Williams’s world ended days before that.

The mass hysteria caused by the impending apocalypse claimed everything she’d ever loved. Her family. Her city. Her will to live.

Until she met him.

Wes Parker didn’t have anything left for the apocalypse to take…he’d already lost it all by the time he was nine-years-old. His family. His home. His hope of ever being loved.

Until he met her.

Brought together by fate and bound by a love that would last lifetimes, Rain and Wes were prepared to die together on April 23.

They were not prepared for what would happen on April 24.

Angie’s Thoughts:

I don’t know why I’m speechless right now but I am. I loved Praying for Rain and this book picked right up where that one left off. I dare to say that I might, just a little bit, love this book more. We get much-needed insight into Rain’s and Wes’s relationship. The first book was a whirlwind of emotions and this one doesn’t disappoint. I’m so invested in these characters that I can’t think straight. The ending is a cliff and now I’m sitting here chewing my nails waiting for book 3.

I love apocalyptic/dystopian books and these definitely don’t disappoint. B.B. Reid puts you right into the action and she doesn’t let you go. Not even on the last page. She still has my heart on strings tugging each one until I feel like I’m going to burst. I won’t be complete until I have the whole story. Just please go easy on my heartstrings. I don’t know how much more they can sing.

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About BB Easton

BB Easton is a best-selling, award-winning author, artist, psychologist, wife, and mother who loves drinking, cursing, and staying up late mining for humor in the darkest of places.

BB began painting as a pierced, punk ass teen, but decided to pursue a career in school psychology due to her compassion for those with mental illness and a desire to work with children with autism. Unable to turn off her creative side, BB decided to take a few years off to raise her two small children (Baby BB and Mini Ken) and indulge in all of her artistic whims, primarily having pink hair and writing embarrassingly candid novels about her delinquent past and deviant sexual history. Her husband is suuuper excited about it.

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