"I'm pregnant." Molly Gilmore had a good life before she uttered those two stupid words. While preparing to graduate from culinary school and building up the courage to make a move on her hot, sugar-cookie-smelling pastry instructor Marco, she can't wait to finally have the GREAT life she's always dreamed about, instead of just the good one she's been living. Always known as the quiet ninja, she fully intends to stay hidden in the shadows with her nut-job family, so they have no chance to embarrass her around the man she's crushed on for two years. Unfortunately, her family has other plans.
When they yank her straight out of her comfort zone, she finds herself starring in the craziest train wreck she's ever witnessed. Molly ultimately gets a more exciting life that doesn't revolve around school, but she's pretty sure the man of her dreams won't be sticking around long after her family gets ahold of him. There aren't too many guys who can handle smelling like pee, having the whole world know how he masturbates, and being forced to eat an entire bag of dicks.
Join the Chocolate Lovers and Chocoholics gang for one final story about love, baked goods, making poor life choices, and remembering how important family is - even if they drive you insane. Mostly because it's illegal to kill them.
©2015 Tara Sivec (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
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i love this series. i would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys romantic comedies with a little flare. I've listened to this series like five times and know I will come back to it again. great book.
"Too over the top"
I am a fan of Tara Sivec and have most of her books. That being said, this one is at the bottom.
She didn't write much of a story, unless you consider curse words with a very few non curse words a story. I am a US Navy Veteran and cursing was just a part of being a sailor. I found that this was a bit much. The characters of Drew and Jenny were totally offensive. Especially Drew. I did laugh at 3 small scenes but I kept listening hoping it would get better, it didn't. It was not even vaguely up to par with Ms. Sivec's previous works. Don't waste a credit on this one, it wasn't worth it. I do read the reviews of every book I'm interested in and if there are more positive than negative, I take a chance. Ms. McFadden reading was ok, considering what she had to work with.
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