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She’s got two gorgeous men, and a serious craving for chocolate…
In this, the sequel to Breanna Hayse’s best- selling ‘Moving A Little Heart’, Baylor’s back-with double the trouble. Feisty but vulnerable Baylor Parish is pregnant with twins, which means her two daddies; stepbrothers Hayden and Jake; her Uncle Terry, and her big brother Matt are even more loving and protective of their girl than usual.
About to realize their lifelong dreams of fatherhood, Jake and Hayden decide to make their family official before the babies are born, and soon a double wedding is on the horizon for the Paterson household. An unusual, polyamorous dynamic, however, calls for a very unique wedding-something Baylor is only too glad to embrace. After all, she was married before, and that traditional ceremony ended up having disastrous consequences.
Pregnancy is a time for growth in more ways than one, and Baylor is worried that her dynamics with Hayden and Jake will change now that they’re going to become parents. Can she be a mother and still explore her Little side with her two daddies? How will her changing body and high risk pregnancy affect their BDSM routine? And what will happen when a blast from her terrible past turns up on her doorstep?
Baylor discovers that two partners, two babies, an Uncle and a big brother simply result in twice as much everything; double the fun, double the worry, double the time over a strong lap, and twice as much love…
“Leave me alone.”
“Unbelievable. Where is your hairbrush?”
She had crossed the line of no return and her situation suddenly became very real to her. “Please…”
“Go get it and hand it to me. We are not going to have any more of this nonsense, young lady.”
“No! You can’t make me eat if I don’t want to!” Baylor shouted. “It’s not fair!”
“Lower your voice. I will not have you yelling at me. How many times have we been through this exact same conversation?