USA Today's Romance blog, Happy Ever After.
Reviewer Mary Grzesik said, "Bobby Nelson is the poster boy for "looking for love in all the wrong places." He's selfish, promiscuous, amoral and a sex addict. Why do I want you to read this book? Just trust me on this... When I read about Bobby in the previous book, Chaser, he was so reprehensible that I had no sympathy or understanding whatsoever. He betrayed his best friend without any qualms. I loved Chaser, and when I read that Rick was writing a sequel, I sent him a message, "If you're even thinking about redeeming Bobby in Raining Men, well I trust you can but geez I hate him right now!" Rick said I was supposed to hate him!... I was right to trust this author. In Raining Men I was on Bobby's side from the beginning...I loved this book."
Read the whole review and a revealing interview here.
The character you loved to hate in Chaser becomes the character you will simply love in Raining Men
It’s been raining men for most of Bobby Nelson’s adult life. Normally, he wouldn’t have it any other way, but lately something’s missing. Now, he wants the deluge to slow to a single special drop. But is it even possible for Bobby to find “the one” after endless years of hooking up?
When Bobby’s father passes away, Bobby finally examines his rocky relationship with the man and how it might have contributed to his inability to find the love he yearns for. Guided by a sexy therapist, a Sex Addicts Anonymous group, a well-endowed Chihuahua named Johnny Wadd, and Bobby’s own cache of memories, Bobby takes a spiritual, sexual, and emotional journey to discover that life’s most satisfactory love connections lie in quality, not quantity. And when he’s ready to love not only himself but someone else, sex and love fit, at last, into one perfect package.
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