Sunshine and Rain (M. Mabie)


Welcome to Wynne, population 3402.

No rockstars. No major politicians. No media moguls.

Things don’t change quickly in a small town, except when they do. It’s been pouring rain all summer long, and the disc jockey and local farmer are all of the sudden attached at the hip. It’s not only the rising river getting deeper and deeper.

This is your basic water tower painting, tractor driving, tailgate cooler packing kind a guy chases the single, blonde, radio vixen with mosquito bite rage from his youth type of romance. Or is it the other way around?

Low on drama. High on Love.

Grab an umbrella because it’s a long wet summer.

Mo invited us all back to Wynne and it was such a fun and easy trip. Meeting Rhett was amazing and seeing him with Sunny was incredible. When you finish you just sit there feeling all sappy and junk. Smiling like a plain IDIOT.


In Sunshine and Rain we get to travel back to our favorite small town city of Wynne and check back in with our favorite characters, new and old!

My only issue was how obsessed Sunny was with their age difference. Like, it just came out of nowhere but she has known the difference since they were in school so it shouldn’t be something that comes to a surprise to here.

I feel like you could read this in one sitting. The flow of the words and ease of the plot just comes right off the pages and it makes for a fun and easy read with no stress and eye rolls.



All in all, Mo just writes GREAT books. Whether they’re filled with angst or filled with all that lovey dovey sweet shit that we don’t like to admit that we ACTUALLY love. Sunshine and Rain is so low on drama but so high on love and friendship it’s just adorable. ADORBS!


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