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.
©2013 Rick Reed (P)2014 Dreamspinner Press
Okay this book was a little long. After awhile I was wishing for better luck for a man who made so many bad choices in just sucking of random strangers in restaurants and letting everyone watch him have sex with multiple partners in bathhouses. Finally he gets the help he needs and even though he realize he's a sex addict he still wants random hookups. The end he finds his truce and a new romance that's normal. Then the book ends. We still don't know if he's hiv free with all the hooking up we were submitted to. Maybe their will be a third book to explain his new life. Worth a credit or Amazon book to audio purchase.
"A Hot Sequel"
In a heartbeat. Some sequels can be a little disappointing, but this is not the case with 'Raining Men', especially when you have such brilliant narration by John Solo.
Chaser by the same author and narrator.
The main character, Bobby. In 'Chaser' I absolutely detested Bobby who was so narcissistic and didn't care about anyone but himself, but in this sequel I grew to love him.
There were a quite a few, that's how good I thought this book was!
I was somewhat apprehensive about listening to 'Raining Men' as I didn't think it possible that this could be as good as 'Chaser'. How wrong could I be!.
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