Books by Rick R. Reed

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Big Love

Thus far, Big Love is my favorite Rick R. Reed book. Why? Because Reed makes no false steps in this one. What he does is take a much-loved YA cliché and transform it into a thoughtful, moving three-story novel. He does it by adding two MORE romance clichés: the long-married, suppressed gay man and ...

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Legally Wed

Reed effortlessly slides from his gritty, brutal Raining Men to this nearly chaste look at true love, proving that he not only has depth as an author but also can span the width of the romance genre. Again he takes a fairly unlikeable character from a previous novel and turns her into someone to res ...

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Hungry for Love

Readers can call Reed's books a lot of thing, but boring isn't one of them. Chaser was an off-beat, almost light-hearted look at a chubby guy and his Adonis-like lover while Raining Men delved into the messy personal life of a sex addict. Now Reed again changes his tone to one that's nearly camp as ...

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Raining Men

In Chaser, the previous book in this series, the villain of the piece is Bobby who loves Caden so much that he tries to sabotage Caden’s love affair with another man. Making Bobby the protagonist of the sequel is a risky step for Reed to take, but he makes it pay off in spades. Alt ...