Today we are celebrating with the third book in the Chocolate Lovers series, Troubles and Treats. This book centers around Jenny and Drew. Throughout their relationship the one department they have never had trouble in is the bedroom. Now that they have two kids that has changed. All Drew wants is his old sex kitten of a wife back and all Jenny wants is some sleep. For my full review keep reading after the book blurb. Have an awesome week ahead and be sure to keep coming back because we will have plenty more for our celebration.
Drew and Jenny have spent years being the envy of their friends with their out of control sex lives – well, not really. Mostly it makes their friends want to throw up in their mouths a little.
With two little kids and two busy lives, for the first time, Drew and Jenny aren’t on the same page in the bedroom. Drew will stop at nothing to get his previously amorous wife back in the sack, and Jenny will do anything for a full night of sleep.
Carter and Claire, and Jim and Liz are their usual (un)helpful selves and are full of advice for the discontented duo, wanting nothing more than to help restore order to the usually happy couple’s lives.
In the third and final installment of the Chocolate Lovers Series, will Drew and Jenny find the spark that’s been missing in their marriage, or will the trouble they’re having cause a stickier situation than the time Jenny poured honey all over Drew and he fused himself to a tree?
Drew and Jenny’s crazy sex life has become non-existent since their second child was born. Drew is determined to remind Jenny what they were like and go back to it. Jenny just wants sleep and some help around the house. When they go to their friends for help they offer advice but most of it is unhelpful for the couple who has done it all and a lot more in and out of the bedroom. Can Drew finally get the point and help Jenny and will Jenny be able to find her way back to their very non-vanilla sex?
I love Drew and Jenny. All of the characters in this series are unique and quite awesome, but Drew and Jenny take the cake. With their outlandish stories, inappropriate behavior and Jenny’s inability to know most of the English language puts them in a category all to themselves. I found that this book brought them to a more relatable level. Most people aren’t going to have the sex that they have but in this book the issues the married with children couple have are incredibly relatable and common. I loved how that though their issues became attainable it didn’t change how they approached things. They were still the same old crazy Drew and Jenny. This is another laugh out loud story that just makes me want to take Tara Sivec out to a bar and have outlandish conversations with her.