Review: Dying for Rain by BB Easton (Rain #3)


Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Social Butterfly PR.

If you've been following BB Easton's Rain trilogy, then I'm guessing you've been dying (pun totally intended!) for Dying for Rain just like me. This is the conclusion to the aforementioned trilogy, and it picks right where the previous book, Fighting for Rain, left off. The world is still ending and Rain Williams and Wes Parker are not only trying to survive, they've been falling in love with each other to boot. Who says you can't multitask even as anarchy runs amock? Is a happily-ever-after even in the offing for these two, especially when painful decisions have to be made, but do you make them in the name of the one you love or for your love of humanity? Choices, choices!

Okay, I'm pretty sure this is going to sound cheesy, but I'm going to say it anyway. *Clears throat.* The world as Rain and Wes knew it as individuals may have been ending, but in the process they became each other's world. See, cheesy, but hey, I don't care because that's exactly how this whole darn trilogy felt to me! These two have grown a great deal over the span of three books, and BB Easton took the dystopian romance genre and made a meal out of it and left this particular reader quite sated, thank you very much. From the development of the cast of characters to the story itself, plus this dystopian world she's created, Easton handily delivered a five-starred series.

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Read my reviews for the Rain series:


Praying for Rain (book one) - five stars - My Review

Fighting for Rain (book two) - five stars - My Review

Dying for Rain (book three) - stars - My Review (posted above)

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Date Read: 05 February 2020

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