Day Two of our Celebration for Chocolate Lovers and Chocoholics!

Day Two of our countdown is a review of the second book in the Chocolate Lovers series, Futures and Frostings.  This is a continuation of Claire and Carters new life together.  We dive further into their crazy life full of their wacky friends, inappropriate son and full of insults that make fun of anyone.  For my full review keep reading after the book blurb.  Have a fantastic Sunday!

23016364Book Blurb:

Carter, Claire and Gavin have formed the perfect little family. Their friends are getting married and everyone is growing up, maturing and ready to face the future. Or are they?

From bachelorette party hell, porn addictions, dinner roll baseball and botched wedding proposals to finding out everyone’s extended family is chock full of crazy, Carter and Claire begin to question the strength of the ties that bind them. Unfortunately, these ties have nothing to do with fuzzy handcuffs and everything to do with the mounting differences between them.

Will their friends make a mess of things with their inappropriate comments and need to know everything, or will they convince the couple that happily-ever-after sometimes really can start with beer pong?

Review:

Claire and Carter’s story continues with the success of Liz and Claire’s business.  With this success comes more complications like living with your boyfriend and pretending that you aren’t interested in getting married all the while secretly watching every wedding reality show you can get your hands on.  This is one of Claire’s many predicaments.  Liz, Claire and Jenny must juggle the changes in their lives that are now filled with more craziness, possible porn addictions, texting your boobs to the wrong guy, dinner roll baseball, lots of “telephone calls” and inappropriate goings on in a sex toy shop.  Can they find their way even when things started out with drunken beer pong?

This is just what every Chocolate Lover fan wanted, a continuation of the crazy people from Seduction and Snacks.  Claire and Carter are even more awesome in this book.  Finding their way through all the craziness, inappropriate comments and way too much information about Drew and Jenny’s sex life.  This is another laugh out loud story.  We really get to know all of them much better.  I really enjoyed the guy time in this book.  I think they just keep getting funnier and I truly didn’t think that was possible.  They must share one brain and I guarantee Liz and Claire would agree with me.  This book continues to show Tara Sivec’s extraordinary talent for making up inappropriate sexual terms, colorful names and wrap them up in a story that pulls you in and makes you feel like the characters are your friends too.  This is what makes her AWESOME!!!  Just another reason to pick up everything she writes even if it may just be a grocery list on a post-it.

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