I have been floored by the warm and generous critical response for Rain on Your Wedding Day. These are some of my favorite reviews.
RAIN ON YOUR WEDDING DAY is a poignant, moving tale about the need for forgiveness, redemption, and Coca-Cola.
“Curtis Edmonds did a fantastic job with this book. Well written with characters you want to reach out and hug. The story is heartwarming, tragic but full of love and hope too.” – Have You Heard My Book Review
“Edmonds balances hope and crushed dreams, love and shattered trust, and belief and cynicism on the knife’s edge, producing a beautifully written page-turner.” – IndieReader
“I believe this is the best self-published book I have read this year.” – Ivory Owl Reviews
“Hope. Believe. Love seems to be the message in this contemporary romance. The mystery and unanswered questions even had me doubting Will at one point. For a really sad story I felt the ending was poignant and uplifting.” – Zili In The Sky
“Rain on Your Wedding Day was a fabulous book. Well crafted and a roller coaster of emotion for the reader. I cheered for Will and his family through to the end. If you like literature about the human journey, pick this one up. You will not be disappointed. Edmonds’s first outing is wonderfully impressive and I cannot wait to see where he takes us next.” – Rabid Readers Reviews
“It is beautiful and intelligently written. Flawless in it’s writing and delivery. The characters are potent. Very well developed with a strong, intellectual dialogue. I honestly didn’t know what to expect when I agreed to review this book but I am so very glad I took the chance. This is going to go down as one of my all time greatest most powerful reads. No matter what genre you prefer to read I strongly suggest to give this story a chance.” – Krystal Clear Reviews
“This is a story the makes you feel for Will and root for him till the very end. The author does a brilliant job of writing the story and makes the reader feel for the characters.” – Mrs. Mommy Booknerd
“I absolutely enjoyed this story, the tone, the characters and the size of the story as well. This is Curtis Edmonds’ first novel; let’s hope there are many more to come. – Reign of Error
“Curtis Edmonds has captured in cameo the human condition, with particularity and a sense of time and place, that works, as it always does work, to transcend these particulars and become universal.” – Markham Shaw Pyle, Bapton Books