My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Rose has not had an easy time, her father passed away from an illness that has hit their small town hard and now her mother is also suffering from it leaving Rose to raise her siblings.
For her twentieth birthday though Rose let’s her friend talk her into celebrating at a bonfire with her friends. That night though Rose meets a stranger in the woods and finds herself strangely attracted to him but does he even really exist?
Anyone that follows my reviews at all may notice by now that I’ve become a huge fan of India R. Adams so it’s not really a shocker that this book also rated very high for me. All of her stories really seem to be completely different but one thing they do have in common is really great writing that just brings the characters and story to life and never fails to drag me right into the book where I don’t want to put it down until I’m completely done.
Rain is another fantasy type of read from India which blends this small town and the inhabitants with demons and elves. Rose’s stranger is there to protect her and shares a connection that she is completely unaware of. There’s a love triangle involved in the story but done in a way that is completely understandable and fits the story well. The story was certainly unique and I became easily engrossed in it wanting to know what would happen and when finished I just had another of those where is the next book moments.
Overall, another great read from India, I highly recommend checking out any of her books as they all share great writing and completely unique characters and story lines. At this point I don’t think I could pick a favorite read as they are all so different but always have the same feel of making one laugh or cry and just become completely engaged in the story.
I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.