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.
I received an advanced copy of this story for an honest review.
One imaginary fetus. A pornographic cookbook. A flustered TV documentary crew. True love. Oh, and Tom Brady. To find out how all these things are related you’re going to have to jump head first into Baking & Babies (Chocoholics #3). Obscenely funny, off-the-charts dirty, and a touchingly heartfelt take on the importance of family – Baking & Babies is an absolute must read.
What I Loved: A longtime fan of both the Chocolate Lovers and Chocoholics series, Baking & Babies (Chocoholics #3) was a note perfect wrap-up for author Tara Sivec’s hysterical cast of characters. I in turns laugh snorted, read through my fingers blushing like my face was on fire, and shed a few tears. Molly & Marco’s unusual romance was the stuff of Ellis & Gilmore family legend. This book left me smiling for days.
What I Didn’t Love: Vomit. There are several scenes involving various characters tossing their cookies that made me a little green around the gills. Baking & Babies still kicks booty but if you get queasy consider yourself warned.
“You changed everything, Molly. You are your crazy family made me want things I never thought I did before. I’ve never been so tied up in knots or so scared or crazy. You make me crazy, and it’s the best thing that’s ever happened to me.”
“Now that you’re adults, I’m not ashamed to admit I’ve done research on turning you into mail-order brides and shipping you off to another country to make you someone else’s problem. Can you girls finally admit you love each other and stop acting like assholes?”
“Sorry. This is really the end. Hug it out, bitches.”