- Paperback: 448 pages
- Publisher: Hodder Paperbacks (5 Jun. 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1444741519
- ISBN-13: 978-1444741513
- Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 2.6 x 19.8 cm
- Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,215,050 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
OMG Baby! Paperback – 5 Jun 2014
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A light-hearted and funny read with some big emotional moments thrown in, which had me swinging from laughter to tears (Novelicious.com)
To say that this book was eagerly awaited is an absolute understatement. Following on from NEVER GOOGLE HEARTBREAK, OMG BABY! reconnects us with Viv and Max in all their fabulously sarcastic glory . . . Emma [Garcia] keeps the reader entertained throughout the entire 423 page book with each scene a page turner. (A Page of Fictional Love)
The hilarious sequel to NEVER GOOGLE HEARTBREAK, for fans of Bridesmaids, Caitlin Moran, and Pinot Grigio.See all Product description
Top Customer Reviews
Laugh out loud birthing moments had me crying in bed.
Would be a perfect holiday read but also cheered me up when recuperating from an accident.
Viv and Max have finally gotten together, and are in for a shock. Viv is surprised to find out she is pregnant, and Max is delighted, sure he's going to be a dad to a baby girl. Although they aren't quite set up for parenthood, living in separate flats and neither earning especially good money, they are determined to make it work. But when Viv's estranged mother turns up on her doorstep after years of silence, Viv is sure her impending motherhood is the ideal way to bond with her own mother, and so invites her to stay with her and Max in her small London flat. Unfortunately, Max and Lorraine don't exactly hit it off and Viv finds herself stuck in the middle, as well as juggling her new company and pregnancy...
Don't get me wrong, this is a fun read. It's a light-hearted look at pregnancy for the unprepared, with Max and Viv both happy to admit they haven't got a clue what to expect or how to raise a human being between them.Read more ›
Viv and Max are now reunited but they have some unexpected news…… Viv is pregnant ! With both of them not in a job where they have a regular wage they begin to worry how on earth they are going to cope, as if the worry of bringing a child into the world isn’t enough then through Viv’s unreliable and useless mother into the mix and things are really starting to get too much. Will Viv and Max’s relationship be able to stand the test of time?
If you liked Never Google Heartbreak then you will love this one. The same down to earth humour is back in this book which makes this an entertaining read. Although it is a light plot the storyline does contain some more emotional parts to it from miscarriage to fertility and financial pressure and family problems so there is a deeper side to the humorous storyline.
I love Viv she is such a witty and fun character. In some ways she is a very strong woman but she is equally just as ditsy! I did find myself wanting to bang her head against a brick wall when it came to her mother Rainey that woman is just unbelievable.
I fully expect there to be another book for Viv as although we wasn’t left on a cliff hanger there is still more that can be done with her character and some lose ends that have been left so I am putting my bets on another release next year!
I do think it is best for you to read Never Google Heartbreak before you read this one, I think you would still enjoy the book and understand it without but it is nice to have the background on the characters so you have a familiar feel when reading this one. So treat yourself and add both of these books to your To Be Read Piles.
I found it such a refreshing take on a life changing topic and it had so many wonderful twists and turns along the way (some amusing, some heartbreaking and close to many womens' experiences), that meant I couldn't put it down. This is an author who has a fabulous sense of sisterhood and understanding of her reading clientbase. I found it so wonderful to read a novel with a different take on womanhood and motherhood
I really haven't enjoyed a book so much in a long time and Emma Garcia has the enviable ability of inspiring empathy with her heroine whilst wanting me to dive into the book, drag her away from her mother (wonderful character this one!) and see sense!
This isn't just a yummy mummy book - for me it is a sequel which is a whole level up from her starter novel 'Never Google Heartbreak'. I will watch this career with interest and await her next novel with great anticipation.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
When accepting Vine offers to review novels, and where these are a sequel, part of a trilogy etc., then usually I also read the first book. I won’t be doing so for ‘OMG Baby! Read morePublished 16 months ago by D. Elliott
This is a light hearted read which isn't really about babies. Its more about the terror of getting used to being a couple and the changes a baby will bring. Read morePublished 17 months ago by A. Douglas
I loved Never Google Heartbreak and this continues with the story of Max and Viv.
I find the chemistry between them believable but so captivating. Read more
Viv and Max were once just friends, but now they're lovers – and they're having a baby together.
As if that wasn't terrifying enough, Viv's also trying to get her new... Read more
When I got this book, I didn't realise at first that it's a sequel to a previous novel but I read and enjoyed it without having read the previous book (Never Google Heart Break)... Read morePublished 18 months ago by M. Mohamed
I hate to trash a book when I am aware I can't write myself, however this novel is the kind I feel too old to be reading, because the characters are both immature and... Read morePublished 21 months ago by elsie purdon
Loved this book from start to finish all first time mums. Will definitely be able to relate to Vivienne summers.Published 24 months ago by Kindle Customer
Enjoyed this fun easy to read chick lit tale of a surprise baby , and the turmoil that this causes, and the authors humerous insight in pregnancy and new parenthood and... Read morePublished on 3 Jun. 2015 by BusyReader
OMG Baby! by Emma Garcia – So when I first get this I just think, ooooh it’s another one of those pregnancy books, where there’s a teenage pregnancy and then I turned over to the... Read morePublished on 29 May 2015 by Mike