September Rain

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 review

It has been said, if you hold your past too closely, it will smother your right now.
That’s exactly what Angel Patel is hoping for.
Imprisoned some 6 years before the story begins, Angel is up for a reluctant case review. Still plagued by guilt, Angel tells the story of her transformation from neglected child, to teenage outcast, to obsessed lover, to murderer. More
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About A.R. Rivera

A.R. Rivera (Threestone Trilogy, Savor the Days series, and more) loves to read anything that surprises her, write twist-endings, and talk over other people during conversations. Once in a while, she does it all simultaneously. A.R. blogs about writing on her author website,, and tweets as @girlnxtdr2u. She also posts chapters of her works-in-progress on Wattpad (Check it out, because she LOVES talking books with readers!).
She's also a mom to four amazing young men (all of them are musicians (noisy house!)), and a wife to the greatest husband ever. She's a self-professed weirdo, couch potato, and people-watcher.
Currently, she's hard at work attaining her first Bachelor's degree while writing about the crazy, tragic lives of the people who live in her head.

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About the Series: Savor The Days
An original series by author A.R. Rivera.

The books in this series are connected by characters and do not necessarily need to be read in order of publication, though that is recommended.

Also in Series: Savor The Days

Reviews of September Rain by A.R. Rivera

Rose Gluck reviewed on June 1, 2015

This novel is so so good. The characters are rich and complex. The plot is masterfully crafted full of suspense, emotion and plot twists. The story is set in the world of Avery and Angel, two troubled teenagers haunted by the traumatic events of their lives. These two best friends only have each other until Angel meets her first love Jake, a gorgeous, sweet rising star musician. Angel and Jake's relationship promises love and a new path in life for Angel. However, her relationship with Avery begins to drift and as their intense bond is threatened, Avery reveals a dark and dangerous side. This story placed me squarely in the worlds of high-school, foster homes, and the typical teenage experience. While I'm tempted to elaborate on the plot because I'm still (two days later) blown away, I'll hold back. I loved this book and plan on reading all of A.R. Rivera's books.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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