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What I love the most about Chance of Rain is how Amber Lin uses every word to build a whole world in the one small Texas town with stories and descriptions that put us there by showing instead of telling. We learn so much about not only our hero and heroine, but also the town, its more colorful members, and the environment which formed Natalie and Sawyer into the adults they have become in the years since they were together back in high school. The actions of the the characters ring true and provide a foundation for a well earned reconciliation by the time we reach their happy ending. A selfish part of me wishes there was more to read, but even if this is the only time we visit Dearling, Chance of Rain will always stand alone as a perfect jewel of romance. I wish more stories of this length were half as good.

What I love the most about Chance of Rain is how Amber Lin uses every word to build a whole world in the one small Texas town with stories and descriptions that put us there by showing instead of telling. We learn so much about not only our hero and heroine, but also the town, its more colorful members, and the environment which formed Natalie and Sawyer into the adults they have

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    One Kiss with a Rock Star

    by Amber Lin
    Average rating: 4.2 Average rating:
    • Paperback  $17.99
    • NOOK Book $3.99
  • Amber Lin (Author of Three Nights with a Rock Star)

    I’ve seen author Amber Lin around the place, but this was my first experience reading her work. Chance of Rain is a pleasant little story, with some really engaging writing, and with characters who feel relevant and contemporary.

    4. A hero and heroine with a surprising amount of depth. For one, they are both so damn likeable and engaging. Their flaws, while not seemingly original to this genre, still feel three dimensional and somehow new. Amber Lin doesn't use her characters' reservations and past experiences as accessories or ornaments or plot devices to keep them apart; they are their skin and bones. Sawyer and Natalie are fully fleshed out individuals who need to grow separately before they can build a strong relationship together.