Dying for Rain by BB Easton
Series: Rain Trilogy #3
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Release Date: January 30, 2020
Buy Now: Amazon
What could be worse than knowing the exact day the world is going to end?
Waking up to find out that it didn’t.
The post–April 23 world is a lawless, senseless, ruthless place, but it’s not loveless. At least, not for Rain and Wes.
But when the government begins holding daily televised executions as a demonstration of their power, that love is put to the ultimate test.
Will Rain sacrifice one life to save the others?
Or sacrifice the others to save the one?
BB Easton has outdone herself with the final installment in her highly anticipated Rain Trilogy, but it’s a little bittersweet because I am kind of sad to let these characters go. She has stolen every inch of my heart with this addictively captivating dystopian love story that has kept me guessing as I inhaled all the words.
Wes and Rain’s emotional story will pull on all of your heartstrings as you experience their complicated journey. Be prepared to revive your heart because there will be several times when all you will be able to think about is how you could possibly survive. I am still at a loss for words and it’s been days since I have reached the conclusion of this trilogy. My heart had this deep ache and my stomach was in knots the entire time. I was right on EDGE, ready and willing to fall into the unknown for the chance to see these two get their happily ever after.
Dying For Rain was EVERYTHING I could have ever wanted in the conclusion to one of my all time favorite dystopian reads. BB Easton has officially made it to my ALWAYS one-click author lists and I cannot freaking wait to see what she brings us next.
About BB Easton
BB Easton lives in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia, with her long-suffering husband, Ken, and two adorable children. She recently quit her job as a school psychologist to write books about her punk rock past and deviant sexual history full-time. Ken is suuuper excited about that.
Praying for Rainis BB’s first full-length work of fiction. The idea, fittingly, came to her in a dream.
If that sounds like the kind of person you want to go around being friends with, then by all means, feel free to drop her a line. You can find her procrastinating at all of the following places: