Dry as Rain by Gina Holmes

A book review by Rose McCauley

When I first started, I wasn’t sure I would like this book, but I ended up loving it! It is written in 1st person which I don’t read a lot of and was written solely in the POV of the male character, but it works well! Gina Holmes is a master at getting you inside the POV character’s head, and his POV was the perfect one for this story.

I don’t want to give away a lot of the details because I want you to read this book for yourself, so I will share some of the back cover blurb: “When Eric and Kyra Yoshida first met, they thought their love would last forever. But like many marriages, theirs has gradually crumbled, one thoughtless comment and misunderstanding at a time, until the ultimate betrayal pushes them beyond reconciliation…A richly engaging story of betrayal and redemption, Dry as Rain illuminates with striking emotional intensity the surprising truth of what it means to forgive.”

One additional thing I want to say is that I disagree with another review I read that said this kind of book should not be published by a Christian publisher. If that is true, they better be careful reading their Bible, because they will be exposed to a lot worse! The story of David and Bathsheba has a less satisfying ending than this story does!

So, bottom line, I hope you will give this book a try so you won’t miss out on a great read from a great writer! I give the book and lovely cover both 5 stars!

This book was given for review by Tyndale House Publishers, but my thoughts and comments are my own.

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