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Ronnie (or "Veronica" as Mrs. B always insisted on calling her) is all grown up with a family of her own, and the Christmas she babysat for the Baumgartners is just a pinpoint in her memory. That is, until a persistent suggestion of a threesome by her husband, T.J., brings it all flooding back. When she reveals how the Baumgartners and the nanny, Gretchen, had seduced her during her time in Key West, her husband takes it upon himself to make some phone calls. Opportunity, or perhaps fate, presents itself, and Ronnie and her husband get an invitation to join Gretchen and the Baumgartners on their vacation. Ronnie finds herself torn, once again, between what she wants and what someone else wants for her - or are they, after all, one in the same?
Warning: This title contains erotic situations, graphic language, sex, and so much menage a trois (MFF threesome) action you just may begin to chafe!
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Love the Baumgartners!
I read Babysitting the Baumgartners before, but somehow had missed the rest. This is a REALLY hot sequel (don't worry, you don't have to have read the original to enjoy this one). Ronnie was always a sexy character, but all grown up, she's even hotter. And Carrie and Doc just seem to get better with age! I was blown away by the sex scenes. Wow. Will be reading/listening to more Baumgartners!
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- Sandra O'Brien
Years don’t coincide w last story
Much hotter than the first book. Performance still very good. Except did the author forget that Mrs. B (who had difficulties getting pregnant and miscarried several times) and Doc were expecting at the end of the first book. First child gained 20+ years since but the main character hadn’t. That was annoying, distracting, and took away from the eroticism.