Review of ‘September Rain’

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After six years of incarceration, Angel Patel is preparing for a hearing to determine her fate. She must convince the panel that it was her one-time friend, now sworn enemy, Avery Campbell, who is actually the guilty party.

In September Rain by A.R. Rivera, the reader is given a look inside Angel’s tortured mind as she relives her relationship with Jake, the first person she has ever loved, and how Avery in a jealous rage killed him. Rivera’s deft touch with the language makes this a riveting read as she shows Angel’s reactions to her surroundings and her encounters with Avery in jail. So skillful is the author in the way she puts the story together, the ending will hit you like a haymaker thrown in the dark—I’m a fan of whodunits, but this ending caught me completely by surprise.

A book that will leave you breathless.  Rivera has outdone herself with this one – I give it five stars.


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