“…a resonating story of forgiveness, recovery, redemption, and learning to trust again.”—Publishers Weekly

“The Angels’ Share is a wonderful novel that starts with a powerful punch. Vivid details and the humanity of the characters stick with you long after you’ve finished reading.”
—Anne Bird, New York Times #1 Bestselling Author of Blood Brother

“In The Angels’ Share, Rayme Waters writes with power, poise and elegance, telling a rich and compelling story of survival and redemption. Throughout her harrowing journey from a turbulent childhood to addiction and out the other side, Cinnamon Monday is an intriguing and gutsy heroine. A beautiful and captivating read.”
—Dorothy Hearst, author of The Wolf Chronicles

“If you’ve ever wondered what became of those bedraggled little kids of the 1960′s, tumbling out of VW minibuses after their hippie parents, Rayme Waters’s affecting novel about Cinnamon Monday will completely absorb you.”
—Diane Johnson, author of Le Divorce

“The grandchild of privilege and the child of hippies, recovering meth addict Cinnamon Monday struggles toward an addiction-free life in Rayme Waters’s compassionate debut novel. Set in the quiet luxury of Nob Hill, the counterculture of Bolinas, and the evocative wine country of Sonoma, Angel’s Share is as tasty as the 1919 Primitivo Cinnamon drinks on this journey of recovery.”
—Meg Waite Clayton, author of The Wednesday Sisters

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